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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Capitalization and Punctuation Questions

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Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Read the following sentences:

It was a sunny day in dallas, texas. mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  2. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.
  3. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  4. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down Columbus St.
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
In the following sentence, where should the comma be placed?

Rafa loves art but Aaron likes football.
  1. After the word but
  2. After the word Rafa
  3. After the word art
  4. After the word loves
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
What is missing from the following sentence?

Juan said, Can we go home
  1. quotation marks and a question mark
  2. quotation marks and a period
  3. question mark
  4. quotation marks
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Lovinmuzic
Grade 7 :: Capitalization by allen1
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by blendk
Which sentence is correctly punctuated?
  1. He asked himself, "Is this the best of all possible worlds."
  2. He asked himself, is this the best of all possible worlds?
  3. "He asked himself, is this the best of all possible worlds?"
  4. He asked himself, "Is this the best of all possible worlds?"
Grade 7 :: Capitalization by allen1
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
What is missing from the following sentence?

Julian said he was going to football practice.
  1. Quotation marks and a comma
  2. Quotation marks
  3. Comma
  4. Nothing
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Lovinmuzic
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Read the following sentences:

It was a bright, sunny day in dallas, texas. mr. perez could feel the sun's rays on his shoulders as he walked down columbus st.

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. Texas, Perez, St.
  2. Texas, Mr., Perez, St.
  3. Dallas, Texas, Mr., Perez, Sun's, Columbus
  4. Dallas, Texas, Mr., Perez, Columbus, St.
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Lovinmuzic
Correct the errors in capitalization.

"Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a Poet from New England.
  1. "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a poet from New England.
  2. "Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a poet from New England.
  3. "Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a Poet from New England.
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Read the following sentences:

It was a sunny day in dallas, texas. mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  2. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus st.
  3. It was a sunny day in dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down columbus St.
  4. It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Perez could feel the sun's rays as he walked down Columbus St.
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Read the following sentences:

she mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could mr. dunbar have hidden his treasure at pixley middle school?"

What needs to be capitalized?
  1. She mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley middle school?"
  2. She mumbled to herself, "could it be true? Could Mr. dunbar have hidden his treasure at pixley middle school?"
  3. She mumbled to herself, "Could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley Middle School?"
  4. She mumbled to herself, "Could it be true? Could Mr. Dunbar have hidden his treasure at Pixley Middle school?"
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