Grammar Quiz

Phrases & Clauses Quiz


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if anyone asks you about the broken window

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


I need somebody to tell my stories to

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


all the boys on the team

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


The main verb in a collection of words can be linking or action

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


dragging the bag of trash down the street

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


once I asked my mom if we could go out for dinner

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


you said I did everything wrong and you are not wrong

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


After Alice thought through the scenario

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Phrases are missing either a subject or a verb

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Dependent clauses can stand on their own and make a complete thought

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


rather than complaining about the issue

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


walking along the beach with my best friend in the world

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


everyone in this room can explain the difference between clauses and phrases

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


because that girl was late to class

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause


Can a subject be found after the main verb of the sentence?

A. No

B. Yes


I guess I am still holding on.

A. Phrase

B. Dependent Clause

C. Independent Clause




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