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Identify the simple subject and the simple predicate in this sentence: A few falcons made a nest on top of the old building
a) few, nest b) few, made c) falcons, nest d) falcons, made
Identify the complete subject and complete predicate in this sentence: My older brother might buy me a guitar.
a) older brother, might buy me b) Older brother, me a guitar c) My older brother, might buy me a guitar. d) My older brother, buy me
Is this sentence inverted or in natural order? In winter we enjoy sledding and skiing
a) Inverted b) c) d) Natural
Is this sentence inverted or in natural order? Did you know the answer to that last question?
a) Inverted b) c) d) Natural
Identify this sentence as declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory. Do you know what time the meeting starts?
a) Declarative b) Exclamatory c) Interrogative d) Imperative
Identify this sentence as declarative, imperative, interrogative, or exclamatory. Please write your name on the first line.
a) Declarative b) Exclamatory c) Interrogative d) Imperative
Identify the simple subject and simple predicate in each individual clause of this compound sentence: Mrs. Wilkes rescues stray cats, but first she wins their trust.
a) Mrs. Wilkes, rescues; first, wins b) Mrs. Wilkes, rescues; she, wins c) Mrs. Wilkes, rescues; she, trust d) Mrs. Wilkes, stray; wins, their
Identify the simple subject and the simple predicate of each independent clause of this compound sentence: Jackson likes apples, but the fruit stand did not have any.
a) Jackson, likes; fruit, did b) Jackson, apples; stand, have c) Jackson, apples; stand, did not d) Jackson, likes, stand, did have
Choose the compound sentence written and punctuated correctly
a) We often sail on the lake but we never fish there b) The sky turned black yet we remained on the playing field. c) Run quickly or you will miss the bus. d) I take violin lessons my sister takes karate lessons
Choose the correct combination of these two simple sentences as a compound sentence: Anthony planned to attend the conference. He didn\'t have enough money.
a) Anthony planned to attend the conference and he didn't have enough money. b) c) Anthony planned to attend the conference, but he didn't have enough money. d) Anthony planned to attend te conference so he didn't have enough money.
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