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Chapter Quiz

 

For more help with the parts of the sentence, see Language Network, Chapter 1, pages 24-47.

The Parts of a Sentence (Print Quiz)

1.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized part of the following sentence: THE WILDERNESS CLUB is planning a white-water rafting trip.

 

(A)

complete subject

 

(B)

compound subject

 

(C)

complete predicate

 

(D)

compound verb

  

2.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized part of the following sentence: My camping equipment IS STORED IN THE GARAGE.

 

(A)

complete subject

 

(B)

complete predicate

 

(C)

compound verb

 

(D)

simple predicate

  

3.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized part of the following sentence: WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, governor of the Indiana Territory, and Virginian JOHN TYLER were nominated by the Whigs in 1840.

 

(A)

simple predicate

 

(B)

complete subject

 

(C)

complete predicate

 

(D)

compound subject

  

4.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized part of the following sentence: MANY EXPERIENCED GUIDES find the snake river a challenge.

 

(A)

complete predicate

 

(B)

complete subject

 

(C)

simple subject

 

(D)

compound verb

  

5.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the kind of sentence the following group of words represents: A small pond full of water abuzz with flies and mosquitoes is an ideal home for a frog

 

(A)

declarative

 

(B)

interrogative

 

(C)

imperative

 

(D)

exclamatory

  

6.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the kind of sentence the following group of words represents: Hurry A woman jogging on the dock of the ship has been blown overboard

 

(A)

declarative

 

(B)

interrogative

 

(C)

imperative

 

(D)

exclamatory

  

7.

Choose the subject of the following sentence: When jogging at night, wear reflective tape on your clothes.

 

(A)

jogging

 

(B)

tape

 

(C)

(you)

 

(D)

clothes

  

8.

Choose the subject of the following sentence: Where was the epicenter of the earthquake?

 

(A)

epicenter

 

(B)

Where

 

(C)

earthquake

 

(D)

was

  

9.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized complement in the following sentence: An electrocardiograph visually records the ACTION of the heart.

 

(A)

direct object

 

(B)

indirect object

 

(C)

objective complement

 

(D)

subject complement

  

10.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized complement in the following sentence: Hannibal Hamlin was President Lincoln's first VICE-PRESIDENT.

 

(A)

objective complement

 

(B)

predicate adjective

 

(C)

predicate noun

 

(D)

predicate pronoun

  
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