Grammar Quiz

Grammar - Punctuation Quiz


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Select the correct puncutation.

A. three baby’s toys

B. three babies toys

C. three babies’ toys


Select the correct punctutation.

A. Susan lives at 1733 N. Pamino Avenue, Seladina, CO 80135.

B. Susan lives at, 1733 N. Pamino Avenue, Seladina, CO 80135.

C. Susan lives at 1733 N. Pamino Avenue Seladina, CO 80135.


Select correct punctuation.

A. “I agree” replied Mike, “that is a good rule.”

B. “I agree,” replied Mike “that is a good rule.”

C. “I agree,” replied Mike, “that is a good rule.”

D. “I agree” replied Mike “that is a good rule.”


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Bernard Waber wrote a childrens book entitled Ira Sleeps Over.

B. Bernard Waber wrote a childrens’ book entitled Ira Sleeps Over.

C. Bernard Waber wrote a children’s book entitled Ira Sleeps Over.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. “Her father in law is that tall, talkative man in the gray jacket,” said Mrs. Somerset.

B. “Her father-in-law is that tall talkative man in the gray jacket,” said Mrs. Somerset.

C. “Her father-in-law is that tall, talkative man in the gray jacket,” said Mrs. Somerset.

D. “Her father-in-law is that tall, talkative man in the gray jacket.” said Mrs. Somerset.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Jason their best friend was born in St Louis, Missouri, on May 20, 1982, at 2:00 P.M.

B. Jason, their best friend, was born in St Louis, Missouri, on May 20, 1982, at 2:00 P.M.

C. Jason, their best friend, was born in St Louis, Missouri on May 20, 1982, at 2:00 P.M.

D. Jason, their best friend, was born in St Louis, Missouri, on May 20, 1982 at 2:00 P.M.


Select the correct puncutation.

A. Wow! Our team in fact scored thirty-nine points.

B. Wow! Our team, in fact, scored thirtynine points.

C. Wow our team, in fact, scored thirty-nine points.

D. Wow! Our team, in fact, scored thirty-nine points.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Edna hasn’t your family visited Trafalgar Square, Green Park, and Barlay Square in London?

B. Edna, hasnt your family visited Trafalgar Square, Green Park, and Barlay Square in London?

C. Edna, hasn’t your family visited Trafalgar Square, Green Park, and Barlay Square in London?


Select the correct third line for the address:

Mike Jackson
89 W. Maryland Lane
Metamora Illinois 61548

A. Metamora, Illinois, 61548

B. Metamora Illinois 61548

C. Metamora, Illinois 61548


Select the correct puncutation.

A. Three fourths of the article entitled “Ultrasound Toothbrushes” was supposed to be on page forty-five.

B. Three-fourths of the article entitled “Ultrasound Toothbrushes” was supposed to be on page forty-five.

C. Three-fourths of the article entitled “Ultrasound Toothbrushes” was supposed to be on page forty five.

D. Three-fourths of the article entitled Ultrasound Toothbrushes was supposed to be on page forty-five.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. The following three will be traveling to summer camp in your van: Joshua, Peter, and Jenny.

B. The following three will be traveling to summer camp in your van Joshua, Peter, and Jenny.

C. The following three will be traveling to summer camp in your van: Joshua, Peter and Jenny.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Yuck! The two dog’s dishes are covered with bits of food, and ants are crawling all over the bowls!

B. Yuck! The two dogs’ dishes are covered with bits of food and ants are crawling all over the bowls!

C. Yuck! The two dogs’ dishes are covered with bits of food, and ants are crawling all over the bowls!

D. Yuck the two dogs’ dishes are covered with bits of food, and ants are crawling all over the bowls!


Select the correct punctuation.

A. When Sally went to summer vacation, she read and loved the poem entitled “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost.

B. When Sally went to summer vacation she read and loved the poem entitled “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost.

C. When Sally went to summer vacation, she read and loved the poem entitled Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost.

D. When Sally went to summer vacation, she read, and loved the poem entitled “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. No, I havent seen Scout today.

B. No I haven’t seen Scout today.

C. No I havent seen Scout today.

D. No, I haven’t seen Scout today.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Dear Artie

B. Dear Artie,

C. Dear Artie.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. We went to the movie, after we ate lunch.

B. We went to the movie; after we ate lunch.

C. We went to the movie after we ate lunch.


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Gails dad

B. Gails’ dad

C. Gail’s dad


Select the correct punctuation.

A. Sincerely
Patty

B. Sincerely.
Patty

C. Sincerely,
Patty

D. Sincerely;
Patty


Select the correct puncutation.

A. You may go to school; however, you must bring your backpack.

B. You may go to school however, you must bring your backpack.

C. You may go to school, however, you must bring your backpack.

D. You may go to school however you must bring your backpack.


Select the correct puncutation.

A. Your flowers are pretty; and I might plant some for myself.

B. Your flowers are pretty, and I might plant some for myself.

C. Your flowers are pretty and I might plant some for myself.




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