Grammar Quiz

Grammar - Compound Sentences Quiz


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Which sentence is written correctly?

A. Heather got a new house, but she threw a welcoming party.

B. Heather got a new house and she threw a welcoming party.

C. Heather got a new house, she threw a welcoming party.

D. Heather got a new house, so she threw a welcoming party.


Which of these is a compound sentence?

A. Casey and Brianna spent their day at a coffee shop

B. The girls went on a hike, but forgot their waters.

C. They watched the slow,

D. Before they left, they picked up Ricardo.


the conjunction “or” is used when…

A. concreting

B. cause and effect

C. two things are inc

D. giving a choice


What is the complete predicate of the sentence:
The coffee shop plays country music on the weekends.

A. the coffee sho

B. country music

C. plays country music on the weekends

D. plays country music


and, or, but, and so are examples of what?

A. adjectives

B. conjunctions

C. predicates

D. subjects


the conjunction “and” is used when…

A. giving a choice

B. two things are in common

C. cause and effect

D. contradicting


the conjunction “but” is used when…

A. two things

B. giving a choise

C. contradiction

D. cause and effect


Kendall and Chloe ____ to go to the beach.

A. want

B. wants


the conjunction “so” is used when…

A. two things are in common

B. cont

C. cause and effect

D. giving a choice


Chloe ____ a smoothie with her sandwich.

A. buy

B. buys


Which of these is a compound sentence?

A. The teacher, who was new to town, spent her day house

B. Mike likes to watch baseball, basketball, and

C. Susan bought a new dress, and Mike bought a new pair of

D. After the plane landed, the passengers collected their bags.


They _____ to stop for lunch first.

A. decides

B. decide


What is the complete subject of the sentence:
The coffee shop plays country music on the weekends.

A. plays country music on the weekends

B. country music

C. The coffee shop

D. on the weekends


What is the complete predicate of the sentence:
Casey’s dog is walked every day.

A. Casey

B. dog;

C. walked

D. is walked every day


Which sentence is written correctly?

A. Joey welcomed her to the neighborhood kindly and Megan didn’t.

B. Joey welcomed her to the neighborhood kindly, but Megan didn’t.

C. Joey welcomed her to the neighborhood kindly, Megan didn’t.

D. Joey welcomed her to the neighborhood kindly Megan didn’t.


Subject – Verb Agreement: If the subject is singular the verb ends in ‘s’ or ‘es’.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is the complete subject of the sentence:
Casey’s dog is walked every day.

A. dog

B. walked

C. walked every day

D. Casey’s dog




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