Grammar Quiz

Phrase or Clause Quiz


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Because we no longer have to take the trash out.

A. Phrase

B. Independent Clause

C. Dependent Clause


An independent clause is being read by you right now.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


In times of trouble, look for those who are helping.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Since an independent clause is being read by you right now.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


A tribute to Cannonball.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Without the wits to cry or the ability to speak.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


The long and winding road.

A. Phrase

B. Independent Clause

C. Dependent Clause


Halloween candy under full-mooned skies.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


If you can not see through the clouds.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


There is no try.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Carl Sandburg has many expressions.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Students love the month of October.

A. Phrase

B. Independent Clause

C. Dependent Clause


Words ending with -ing must have verbs of existence attached to them in order to be functioning as verbs. 

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Four lamps, two flags, several posters, and six plants.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Frankenstein was a pretty cool dude, bro.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Stop in the name of love!

A. Phrase

B. Independent Clause

C. Dependent Clause


With the greenish walls spanning from brick to brick, corner to corner, seemingly endlessly but albeit finite in their existence. 

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Conquest of the Empire.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Students squirming in desks with thoughts of annihilating grammar forever. 

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Even though he lived with a consistency of vision.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause




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