Comma Quiz


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Which sentence would be correct?

A. Beka Grace and I, all own dogs.
B. Pie, cake, and cheesecake are yummy.
C. I like pizza, and cake.


Which sentence correctly uses commas?

A. When you think about it the school year has gone, quickly!
B. When you think about it, the school year has gone quickly!
C. When you think about it, the school year has gone, quickly!


Choose the sentence that is written without any comma error.

A. March 23, 2011, is the release date of the movie.
B. March, 23, 2011 is the release date of the movie.
C. Neither of these.


“A lot of people ask me why I’m so beautiful” boasted Shelly.

A. “A lot of people ask me why I’m so beautiful,” boasted Shelly.
B. “A lot of people ask me why I’m so beautiful” boasted, Shelly.
C. “A lot of people ask me why I’m so beautiful”, boasted Shelly.
D. No comma needed.


Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.

A. I took Angie, the one with the freckles to the movie last night.
B. I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie last night.
C. I took Angie the one with the freckles, to the movie last night.
D. I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie, last night.


My coach my teacher and my mom all said “Wash behind your ears or a garden might grow there!”

A. My coach, my teacher, and my mom all said “Wash behind your ears, or a garden might grow there!”
B. My coach, my teacher, and my mom all said “Wash behind your ears or, a garden might grow there!”
C. My coach, my teacher and my mom all said “Wash behind your ears or a garden might grow there!”
D. No commas needed.


Which sentence correctly uses commas?

A. He was interested in going out for football and track, but he was not even remotely interested in being a cheerleader.
B. He was interested in going out for football, and track but he was not even remotely interested in being a cheerleader.
C. He was interested in going out for football, and track, but he was not even remotely interested in being a cheerleader.


Where does the comma go?
Who has better abs Zac Efron?

A. After abs
B. After Zac
C. After who
D. After better


Yes I hope to go to the museum Mr. Darden.

A. Comma after yes
B. Comma after yes and before Mr. Darden
C. Comma before and after museum
D. Comma before Mr. Darden
E. No comma needed


Which of these sentences has the correct comma placement?

A. I went to the store to buy crayons, markers, pencils, and other school supplies.
B. I went to the store to buy crayons markers pencils, and other school supplies.
C. I went to the store to buy crayons, markers, pencils and other school supplies.
D. I went to the store to buy crayons; markers; pencils; and other school supplies.


Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.

A. You are I am sure, telling the truth.
B. You are, I am sure, telling the truth.
C. You are I am sure telling, the truth.
D. You are, I am sure telling the truth.


Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.

A. Jeremy, and I, have had our share of arguments.
B. Jeremy and I, have had our share of arguments.
C. Jeremy and I have had our share of arguments.
D. Jeremy and I have had, our share of arguments.


Which sentence has the correct comma placement?

A. I wonder if one day, Nathan, you will love me as much as I love you.
B. I wonder if one day Nathan, you will love me as much as I love you.
C. I wonder if one day Nathan you will love me as much as I love you.
D. I wonder, if one day Nathan, you will love me as much as I love you.


Cold icy winds blew across the Great Plains.

A. Cold icy winds blew across the Great Plains.
B. Cold, icy winds blew across the Great Plains.
C. Cold, icy winds, blew across the Great Plains.
D. Cold icy winds blew, across the Great Plains.


Bill said sadly “We can go to lunch or we can finish our homework.”

A. Bill said sadly, “We can go to lunch or we can finish our homework.”
B. Bill said sadly “We can go to lunch, or we can finish our homework.”
C. Bill said sadly, “We can go to lunch, or we can finish our homework.”
D. No commas needed.


There is a fireplace in my house and in my uncle’s house.

A. There, is a fireplace in my house and in my uncle’s house.
B. There is a fireplace in my house, and in my uncle’s house.
C. There is a fireplace in my house and, in my uncle’s house.
D. No commas needed.


Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.

A. I took Angie, the one with the freckles to the movie last night.
B. I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie last night.
C. I took Angie the one with the freckles, to the movie last night.
D. I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie, last night.


Beka was eating cheese, and chips.

A. Correct
B. Incorrect


C.S. Lewis a famous author for both adults and children wrote many books about Christianity.

A. C.S. Lewis a famous author for both adults and children wrote many books about Christianity.
B. C.S. Lewis a famous author for both adults and children, wrote many books about Christianity.
C. C.S. Lewis, a famous author, for both adults and children wrote many books about Christianity.
D. C.S. Lewis, a famous author for both adults and children, wrote many books about Christianity.


Use a comma when you have a _____ and two independent clauses.

A. Period
B. Preposition
C. Conjunction


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