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Title of test:
Grammar Test

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English

Author:
Ángel Centeno
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Creation Date:
04/11/2013

Category:
Driving Test

Number of questions: 57
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Grammar Vocabulary Words .
Sentence: is a group of words that express a complete thought. does not express a complete thought. It may also be missing a subject, a predicate, or both. a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction or by semicolon. has one subject and one predicate. is two or more sentences incorrectly written as one sentence.
Compound Sentence: is a group of words that express a complete thought. does not express a complete thought. It may also be missing a subject, a predicate, or both. a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction or by semicolon. has one subject and one predicate. is two or more sentences incorrectly written as one sentence.
Simple Sentence: is a group of words that express a complete thought. does not express a complete thought. It may also be missing a subject, a predicate, or both. a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction or by semicolon. has one subject and one predicate. is two or more sentences incorrectly written as one sentence.
Sentence fragment: is a group of words that express a complete thought. does not express a complete thought. It may also be missing a subject, a predicate, or both. a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction or by semicolon. has one subject and one predicate. is two or more sentences incorrectly written as one sentence.
Run-on sentence: is a group of words that express a complete thought. does not express a complete thought. It may also be missing a subject, a predicate, or both. a sentence that contains two or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction or by semicolon. has one subject and one predicate. is two or more sentences incorrectly written as one sentence.
Subject: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Predicate: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Complete subject: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Complete predicate: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Noun: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Pronoun: is a word that names a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. part of a sentence names whom or what the sentences is about. includes all the words in the subject of a sentence. includes all the words in the predicate of a sentence. part of a sentence tells what the subject does or has. It can also tell what the subject is or is like. is a word that takes the place of one or more nouns.
Simple predicate: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Simple subject: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Verb: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Compound subject: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Compound predicate: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Conjunction: is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Coordinating conjunction: is always the verb or verbs that links up with the subject. is the main word or word group in the complete subject. is a word used to connect compound parts of a sentences. consist of two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects may be joined by and, or, both… and, either… or, or neither… nor. consists of two or more simple predicate, or verbs, that have the same subject. The verbs may be connected by and, or, but, both …and, either…or, or neither… nor. a connecting word. is a word that expresses action or state of being.
Sentence makes a statement. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
Sentence is a command or polite request. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
Sentence expresses great emotion or excitement. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
Sentence ask a question. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
It is punctuated by a period. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
It ends in a period or exclamation mark. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
It ends in an exclamation mark. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
It ends in question mark. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
The subject is not usually stated. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative.
Identify Complete Sentences and Fragment Sentences .
Long, long ago, in a faraway land. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
There lived a princess named Gretchen. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
The most beautiful girl in the land. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She was still very unhappy. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
Her 21st birthday was approaching Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
Her twin brother, Prince Reginald, would become king. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She would have to marry King Jomen of Far Land. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She decided to run away and formed an excellent plan. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
The plan required the help of her friends, Grumpy and Happy. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
They were eager to help, as they did not like the idea of their friend being unhappy for the rest of her life. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She disguised herself as a maid and left the palace. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
Unfortunately, her brother saw her and thought she was being kidnapped. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
Set out to rescue her. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She ran until she reached Near Land. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
A happy and somewhat silly place full of very silly people. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
When Prince Reginald reached Near Land. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
She agreed to go home when he promised that when he became king, he would not make her marry anybody. Complete Sentence Sentence Fragment.
Sentences: (Identify) a. simple sentences b. compound sentences c. run-on sentences .
Dolphins and Porpoises belong to a group of mammals called cetaceans and they are both warm-blooded animals. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Common dolphins live in warm waters and swim in large schools. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Porpoises are similar to dolphins, but they generally live in cooler water. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Dolphins have beak-like snouts and swim by moving their tails up and down. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Dolphins use sonar, just like bats, in order to locate objects under the water. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Porpoises can swim very fast so they can outswim most sharks. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Bottle-nosed dolphins can measure up to fifteen feet in length, and they can weigh over four hundred pounds. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Dolphins can be easily trained, for they are very smart mammals. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Many people like to go on dolphin watches but few get to swim with the dolphins. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
Dolphins and Porpoises have been known to save people in trouble and will allow people to ride on their backs. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Run-on Sentence.
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