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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Commas Questions

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Grade 7 Commas
Which of these uses the comma correctly?
  1. I want to buy the new jacket but it is too expensive.
  2. I want to buy the new, jacket but it is too expensive.
  3. I, want to buy the new jacket, but it is, too expensive.
  4. I want to buy the new jacket, but it is too expensive.
Grade 7 Commas
Which of these uses the comma correctly?
  1. When I get older, I will be able to drive.
  2. When I get older I will be able to drive.
  3. When, I get older, I will be able to drive.
  4. When I get older I will be, able to drive.
Grade 7 Commas
Which of these uses the comma correctly?
  1. My favorite colors, are, blue, red, and, pink.
  2. My favorite colors are blue, red, and pink.
  3. My favorite colors are blue red and pink.
  4. My, favorite colors are blue red and pink.
Grade 7 Commas
Which of these uses the comma correctly?
  1. However I am very good at math.
  2. However I, am very, good at math.
  3. However, I am very good at math.
  4. However I am very good, at math.
Grade 7 Commas
Which of these uses the comma correctly?
  1. “I am tired” he muttered.
  2. “I am tired”, he muttered.
  3. “I am tired,” he muttered.
  4. “I am tired” he, muttered.
Grade 7 Commas
Select the sentence with the correct punctuation.
  1. You are my best friend, Kaylin.
  2. You, are my best friend, Kaylin.
  3. You are my best friend Kaylin.
  4. You are my, best, friend, Kaylin.
Grade 7 Commas
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
  1. Cheerfully, I walked home.
  2. Cheerfully I walked home.
  3. Cheerfully I walked, home.
  4. Cheerfully, I walked, home.
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