Grammar Quiz

Phrase vs Clause Quiz


Preview:


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

Behind the bars

A. phrase

B. clause


A group of words that is missing a subject or a verb–or both is a …

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

Since you’ve been gone

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

To the school

A. phrase

B. clause


A group of words that has a subject and verb is a…

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

The toy truck of Craig

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

I went to the candy shop.

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

I like wearing culottes.

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

Wearing culottes

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

She visited the craft store nearby.

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

The candy shop near the school

A. phrase

B. clause


Identify if this is a phrase or a clause.

Because I loved you so bad

A. phrase

B. clause




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