Practice: Punctuating AAAWWUBBIS Dependent Clauses: Question Preview (ID: 26569)


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Which version is properly punctuated?
a) I will meet you at Johnson’s for lunch, if I am allowed to leave work early. b) If I am allowed to leave work early, I will meet you at Johnson’s for lunch. c) If I am allowed to leave work early. I will meet you at Johnson's for lunch. d) I will meet you at Johnson's for lunch. If I am allowed to leave work early.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) While the teacher graded papers the students worked on their tests. b) While the teacher graded papers. The students worked on their tests. c) The students worked on their tests while the teacher graded papers. d) The students worked on their tests. While the teacher graded papers.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) Until you learn how to play defense, you will have to sit the bench. b) Until you learn how to play defense you will have to sit the bench. c) You will have to sit the bench, until you learn to play defense. d) You will have to sit the bench. Until you learn to play defense.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) Joe walked away, his bag dragging on the pavement. b) His bag dragging on the pavement Joe walked away. c) Joe walked away. His bag dragging on the pavement. d) His bag dragging on the pavement. Joe walked away.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) Holding his knees and rocking back and forth. Joe cried softly. b) Holding his knees and rocking back and forth, Joe cried softly. c) Joe cried softly. Holding his knees and rocking back and forth. d) Holding his knees and rocking back and forth Joe cried softly.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) Having spoken to Steve's parents I now want to talk with him. b) Having spoken to Steve's parents. I now want to talk with him. c) Having spoken to Steve's parents, I now want to talk with him. d) I now want to talk with him. Having spoken to Steve's parents.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) I will not be your friend until you tell the truth. b) I will not be your friend, until you tell the truth. c) Until you tell the truth. I will not be your friend. d) Until you tell the truth I will not be your friend.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) The football season began in earnest, after the World Series ended. b) The football season began in earnest. After the World Series ended. c) After the World Series ended. The football season began in earnest. d) After the World Series ended, the football season began in earnest.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) After I finish speaking with you, I will talk with your mother. b) After, I finish speaking with you, I will talk with your mother. c) After I finish speaking with you I will talk with your mother. d) I will talk with your mother, after I finish speaking with you.
Which version is properly punctuated?
a) Some students will not give full effort. Unless they are faced with the possibility of failure. b) Unless they are faced with the possibility of failure, some students will not give full effort. c) Unless they are faced with the possibility of failure. Some students will not give full effort. d) Some students will not give full effort, unless they are faced with the possibility of failure.
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