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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Commas Questions

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Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.9-10.2
Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.
  1. She finished her work, and then took a long lunch.
  2. She finished her work, and then, took a long lunch.
  3. She finished her work and then took a long lunch.
Grade 8 Commas
Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.
  1. Although, you may be right I cannot take your word for it.
  2. Although, you may be right, I cannot take your word for it.
  3. Although you may be right I cannot take your word for it.
  4. Although you may be right, I cannot take your word for it.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Choose 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 8 Commas
Which sentence uses a comma correctly?
  1. The earlier we start however, will give us advantages over our major competitors.
  2. William Reidy, who is the college president encourages the faculty to be active in their communities.
  3. Her shiny, and red sports car was fun to drive on a sunny day.
  4. To ensure that the orders arrive on time, we have contracted with the UPS.
Grade 8 Commas
Which sentence uses a comma incorrectly?
  1. Jane and Jim drove to Cleveland, and visited the art museum.
  2. Terry cooked and we ate a delicious dinner.
  3. June 30, 2010, is set for the dedication of the new building.
  4. Although the weather was unusually cold, there was not enough snow to ski.
Grade 8 Commas
Choose the sentence with the correct comma placement.
  1. We will grant you immunity, if you decide to cooperate with us.
  2. We will grant you immunity if you decide to cooperate with us.
  3. We will grant you immunity if you decide, to cooperate with us.
  4. We will grant you immunity, if you decide, to cooperate with us.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Which sentence uses a comma correctly?
  1. After swimming practice she was so hungry that she ate two, delicious chicken sandwiches.
  2. It is far better for the environment to use recycled cups rather than the traditional, plastic cups.
  3. Concert violinists everywhere in the world wear white shirts with black, cotton pants.
  4. The young director's latest action movie had a long, successful run in the theaters.
Grade 8 Commas
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.8.2, L.8.2a
Grade 8 Commas
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Indicate whether a comma us needed and where the comma should go in the sentence.

We ordered cheese, pepperoni (1) and buffalo chicken pizza (2) last Friday night.
  1. A comma should be placed at (1).
  2. A comma should be placed at (2).
  3. A comma is optional at (1) and required at (2).
  4. A comma is optional at (1).
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Indicate whether a comma us needed and where the comma should go in the sentence.

When I sing (1) in my car (2) I turn the music up (3) and roll down the windows.
  1. A comma should be placed at (1).
  2. A comma should be placed at (2).
  3. A comma should be placed at (3).
  4. No comma is needed in this sentence.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Indicate whether a comma us needed and where the comma should go in the sentence.

I bought balloons (1) and I used them (2) as decorations (3) at the party.
  1. A comma should be placed at (1).
  2. A comma should be placed at (2).
  3. A comma should be placed at (3).
  4. No comma is needed in this sentence.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Indicate whether a comma us needed and where the comma should go in the sentence.

I went to the movies (1) and I saw (2) a documentary (3) about space.
  1. A comma should be placed at (1).
  2. A comma should be placed at (2).
  3. A comma should be placed at (3).
  4. No comma is needed in this sentence.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.8.2, L.8.2a
Where do you insert the commas in the following sentence?

My doctor who I've been seeing since I was born is going to retire.
  1. After "My doctor"
  2. Before "Since I was born"
  3. Around "who I've been since since I was born"
  4. Before "is going to retire"
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