Simple, Compound, And Complex Sentences: Question Preview (ID: 32017)


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The cat crept through the dark house.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The dog had watched all of this, but he had refused to become involved.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The cat fell asleep on the warm kitchen because he was deprived of sleep the night before.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The dedicated, feline detective stays awake at night even though the foresighted mouse will not be venturing out this week.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The wary mouse watched from underneath an upturned cereal box.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The cat usually slept during the day, yet curiosity held him at the corner of the kitchen.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The cat was unsuccessful in his attempt to catch the mouse, and the mouse was equally as unlucky in his attempt to get the cheese.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The predatory cat stopped and surveyed his surroundings.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
After he gave it some thought, the mouse decided to wait until later for his trek.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The mouse darted for the safety of the nearly invisible hole under the cabinet.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
The mouse could wait until dark, or he could risk a daylight raid on the pantry.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
When the mouse heard the soft snoring of his sleeping nemesis, he scurried to the pantry and grabbed enough food for a week.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
Sentence variety helps make writing more interesting.
a) true b) false c) d)
Which sentence has a single independent clause?
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
A dependent clause with a subject and a verb and makes sense on its own.
a) true b) false c) d)
Which sentence contains two independent clauses?
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
Which sentence contains a subject and verb?
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
Which sentence has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses?
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
Juan played football while Jane went shopping.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
Juan played football, yet Jim went shopping.
a) simple b) compound c) complex d)
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