Grammar Quiz

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Noun is :
____ _____ _____ ______
SEPERATE EACH ANSWER WITH A COMMA AND SPACE DO NOT INCLUDE THE WORD "AND"
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The predicate has the ______ inside it
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What parts of speech ALWAYS start prepositional phrases?
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Name the three articles we never touch
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What is never inside a prepostional phrase?
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Which TWO parts of speech could prepositional phrases function as?
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nominative =
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Complements can be inside a prepositional phrase
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Verb:
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1 point
Modify means?
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What questions do ADVERBS answer?
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What questions do ADJECTIVES answer?
13.
1 point
What punctation mark must be placed before a conjunction MOST of the time?
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What do prepositional phrases ALWAYS BEGIN with?
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What TWO parts of speech do prepositional phrases end with?
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The noun/pronoun after the LINKING VERB that RENAMES THE SUBJECT is the:
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If a verb phrase has TWO LINKING VERBS and ONE ACTION verb, what kind of verb phrase is it?
Example: would have thrown
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The adjective after the linking verb that describes the subject is the:
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1 point
What kind of punctuation are interjections ALMOST ALWAYS ended with?
20.
1 point
In a question, WHERE does the subject come? (two places)
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1 point
Conjunction:
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What questions do DIRECT OBJECTS answer? (2)
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Pronoun: DO NOT TYPE "WORD THAT"
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A direct object must be a _____ (2 parts of speech)
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interjection:
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1 point
Adjective:
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Where is the direct object located relative to the action verb?
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Adverb: DO NOT INCLUDE THE WORD "OTHER"
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The easiest way to find the subject is to find the ___ first
30.
1 point
Can here or there ever be the subject of a sentence?
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1 point
Preposition:
32.
1 point
What is ALWAYS the understood subject of command/imperative sentences?
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What part of a SENTENCE (NOT PART OF SPEECH LIKE ADV, ADJ, ETC) will NEVER be inside a prepositional phrase?
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To tell the difference between a preposition or adverb,
we can look at the words following after it.
If there is a noun or pronoun after the word, it is a prepostion
If not, it is an adverb
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A complement finishes the idea started by the verb
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1 point
What are the complements of action verbs? (What are action verbs completed by)
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Every sentence must have a ______, a complete ________, and express a complete ________
38.
20 points
List the 23 linking verbs
seperate each with a comma and space
39.
1 point
What TWO parts of speech will NEVER be the subject of a sentence?
40.
1 point
Can "well" or "Oh" be an interjection?