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Which of the following sentences demonstrates parallelism?
a) Bob woke up, ate a banana, and was chased to the bus stop by a polar bear. b) It’s important for all our athletes to show up on time, working as a team, and with 100 percent team spirit. c) I don’t know which is worse: getting a C on my biology test, having a dentist appointment, or watching one more reality show. d) I keep track of my friends on Twitter, on Facebook, and when I’m calling them from my phone.
All of the following sentences are actually sentence fragments, except one. Which one is the complete sentence?
a) After I’m finished at school. b) I’m going to build a rocketship. c) Flying to the moon with my friend Steve. d) To build a fort out of moon rocks and not invite anyone else.
Run-on sentences are just as incorrect as sentence fragments, except that a run-on sentence talks too much, while a sentence fragment doesn’t talk enough. Which of the following is a run-on sentence?
a) The raincoat can be either pink or white I will wear it either way. b) Now that I think about it, I should probably buy a raincoat to match those boots. c) I’ve always wanted to stomp in the biggest puddles I could find without getting wet. d) What I really want is a pair of bright pink, knee-high rubber boots for walking in the rain.
Which of the following pairs of verbs is not conjugated (changed from present tense to past tense) correctly?
a) Today I found a dollar. Yesterday I founded a dollar. b) Today I dance to horrible pop music I discovered online. Yesterday I danced to horrible pop music I discovered online. c) Today I have a giant bowl of ice cream. Yesterday I had a giant bowl of ice cream. d) Today I see a huge mess in my room. Yesterday I saw my floor instead of this pile of clothes.
Which of the following sentences uses standard English grammar?
a) Panda bears aren’t really bears, but that doesn’t mean they are harmless. b) Panda bears are cuddly from a distance, but no one should never get near them. c) Once I seen two panda bears get into a fight. d) I was glad I can ran three miles a day, because I had to ran fast from the bears!
All of the CAPITALIZED words in the following sentences are spelled correctly, but which ones are not used correctly?
a) I sent a card TO Nancy, and I put two dollars in the envelope, TOO. b) In the park, there’s a girl who PEDDLES handmade foam flower PETALS, which you can attach to the PEDALS on your bicycle. c) I don’t know WEATHER it’s going to be sunny or rainy today, because I missed the WHETHER report. d) It makes no SENSE to sell these bottles of rare perfume SCENTS for only fifty cents apiece.
“The thief took handfuls of money from the register, put them in a big paper bag, and then climbed on his unicycle and pedaled away from the gas station.” Which words, if added, show the thief believed no one would notice him emptying the register?
a) Quickly, hurriedly, speedily b) Guiltily, stealthily, slyly c) Casually, calmly, slowly d) Clumsily, hastily, shakily
“The thief took handfuls of money from the register, put them in a paper bag, and then climbed on his unicycle and pedaled away from the gas station.” To show the thief was in a hurry, without using an adverb, which word would replace pedaled?
a) Raced b) Glided c) Wobbled d) Meandered
“The thief took handfuls of money from the register, put them in a paper bag, and then climbed on his unicycle and pedaled away from the gas station.” Which of the following words in this sentence is NOT used as a noun?
a) handful b) bag c) unicycle d) paper
“The thief took handfuls of money from the register, put them in a bag, climbed on his unicycle, and pedaled away from the gas station.” To show the thief was trying to put more money in the bag than it could hold, which would could replace *put*?
a) stuffed b) inserted c) poured d) stacked
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