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Third Grade (Grade 3) Capitalization and Punctuation Questions

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Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
Which words contain a mistake in capitalization?
  1. 49 Fontaine Ct.
  2. Pittsburg, Pa 15221
  3. Dear Aunt Marie
  4. Dear uncle paul
  5. April 1, 2004
  6. Tampa, FL 33634
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
What is the best way to rewrite this sentence?

"These books have the goodest pictures I have ever seen!" said Mariah.
  1. "These books have the best pictures I have ever seen!" said Mariah.
  2. "These books have the best pictures I have ever seen"! said Mariah.
  3. "These books have the most bestest pictures I have ever seen!" said Mariah.
  4. Best as it is
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
Which is the best way to re-write the following sentence?

Dorrie felt like the sillyer person in the world.
  1. Dorrie felt like the sillyest person in the world.
  2. Dorrie felt like the silliest person in the world.
  3. Dorrie felt like the most silliest person in the world.
  4. Best as it is
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2
Choose the sentence that uses commas correctly.
  1. There are five, birds in that tree.
  2. My mom likes to read books to my brother and, I.
  3. Gorillas eat bugs sometimes, but they usually eat fruit.
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2a
Write the title correctly.

light in the attic by Shel Silverstein
  1. No changes
  2. Light In the Attic
  3. Light In The Attic
  4. Light in the Attic
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2c
Choose the sentence that uses quotation marks correctly.
  1. "What a wonderful day for a picnic!" exclaimed Mrs. Carpenter.
  2. "Do you think we can have chicken instead of sandwiches asked Jada?"
  3. "That sounds like a great idea" said Mrs. Carpenter.
  4. "Tyler said, Who will fry it!"
Grade 3 Capitalization and Punctuation
Grade 3 Quotation Marks CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2c
How should the sentence below be revised to show correct usage of quotation marks?

The key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin Jr.
  1. The "Key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin, Jr."
  2. "The key to success is to read for understanding, said Warren Martin, Jr."
  3. "The key to success is to read for understanding," said Warren Martin, Jr.
  4. The key to success is to read for understanding, "said Warren Martin, Jr."
Grade 3 Capitalization CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2a
How would you capitalize the following title?

five dollars a kitten
  1. Five Dollars A Kitten
  2. Five Dollars a Kitten
Grade 3 Capitalization CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2a
Grade 3 Capitalization CCSS: L.3.2, L.3.2a
How would you capitalize the following title?

the ultimate book of grammar
  1. the Ultimate Book Of Grammar
  2. the Ultimate Book of Grammar
  3. The Ultimate Book Of Grammar
  4. The Ultimate Book of Grammar
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