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Capitalization and Punctuation Questions - All Grades

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Grade 4 Capitalization and Punctuation
What change, if any, should be made in the following sentence?

Large cities, such as Dallas, often have problems with air pollution.
  1. Change cities to city
  2. Change Dallas to dallas
  3. Change problems to problem
  4. Make no change
Grade 3 Capitalization
Grade 5 Capitalization and Punctuation
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence
  1. While we sing you can light the candles.
  2. While we sing; you can light the candles.
  3. You can light the candles while we sing.
  4. You can light the candles, while we sing.
Grade 2 Capitalization and Punctuation
What change should be made in the sentence below?

My friend joan will come to my house today.
  1. change friend to Friend
  2. change house to House
  3. change joan to Joan
Grade 4 Capitalization and Punctuation
What change, if any, should be made in the following sentence?

Collecting model trains and planes is one of Eddie's favorite hobby.
  1. Change trains to train
  2. Change Eddie's to eddie's
  3. Change hobby to hobbies
  4. Make no change
Grade 2 Capitalization and Punctuation
What change should be made in the sentence below?

On halloween Maggie and I went trick or treating.
  1. change halloween to Halloween
  2. change Maggie to maggie
  3. change trick to Trick
Grade 7 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence shows the correct placement of commas?
  1. My spaniel is a fat, sassy, puppy.
  2. My spaniel is a fat, sassy puppy.
Grade 6 Apostrophes
Grade 1 Commas
Which sentence uses commas correctly?
  1. June loves bananas cookies oranges and candy.
  2. June loves bananas, cookies oranges, and candy.
  3. June loves bananas cookies, oranges and candy.
  4. June loves bananas, cookies, oranges, and candy.
Grade 1 Commas
Which date is written correctly?
  1. June 8 1998
  2. June 8 1998,
  3. June 8, 1998
  4. June, 8 1998
Grade 1 Commas
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. Rob Bob and Tom like to eat eggs.
  2. rob bob and tom like to eat eggs
  3. Rob, Bob, and Tom like to eat eggs.
  4. Rob Bob and Tom like, to eat, eggs
Grade 1 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is correct?
  1. the CAN is Blue
  2. The can is blue
  3. the can is blue
  4. The can is blue.
Grade 1 Commas
Which of these has the commas in the correct place?
  1. Monday, August 23, 2010
  2. Monday August 23 2010
  3. Monday August 23, 2010
  4. Monday, August 23 2010,
Grade 3 Commas
Which date has the comma in the correct place?
  1. February 12 2017
  2. February 12, 2017
  3. February 12, 20,17
  4. February 12 20,17
Grade 5 Commas
Of the following, which sentence correctly uses a comma to mark off an introductory phrase?
  1. After, I finished my homework I went to a party with my friends.
  2. After I finished my homework, I went to a party with my friends.
  3. After I finished my homework I went to a party with my friends.
  4. After I finished my homework I, went to a party with my friends.
Grade 6 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which of the following shows correct use of a dash?
  1. I know who is at the door--the mailman.
  2. I know--who is at the door--the mailman.
  3. I know who--is at the door, the mailman.
  4. I know who is at--the door--the mailman.
Grade 5 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. David likes to play Video Games.
  2. Mason reads Books.
  3. Justus draws pictures of strange things.
  4. Everyone is different In the Own Way.
Grade 5 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. Ms. Billingsley has a Gecko in her Classroom.
  2. Mrs. Cochrane doesn't like to have Animals in her classroom.
  3. The Students want to have a Class Pet.
  4. Maybe a fish would be a good class pet.
Grade 5 Commas
Which sentence correctly uses punctuation for direct address?
  1. Madame, I must ask you not to harass the other guests.
  2. Madame, I, must ask you not to harass the other guests.
  3. Madame I must ask you not to harass the other guests.
  4. Madame I, must ask you not to harass the other guests.
Grade 3 Commas
Which answer has the comma in the correct place?
  1. Yes I would, like a side of potatoes.
  2. Yes I, would like a side of potatoes.
  3. Yes I would like a, side of potatoes.
  4. Yes, I would like a side of potatoes.
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