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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 7 :: Subject-Verb Agreement by Meagan
Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in number.
  1. The student or the teacher are going to the fair.
  2. The student or the teacher is going to the fair.
Grade 7 :: Adjectives by owenolo
Grade 7 :: Nouns by Lovinmuzic
The following are examples of collective nouns:
  1. audience, crew, family, team
  2. him, his, her, she, we
  3. dog, cat, elephant, rat, coupon
  4. both a and b
Grade 7 :: Story Elements by coachstiles
the characters, setting, and time a story takes place
  1. anecdote
  2. climax
  3. exposition
  4. analogy
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 :: Sentence Structure by mscordero
While Mario talked to Jennifer, Jorge talked to Jose.

The above sentence contains...
  1. A dependent clause and an independent clause
  2. 2 dependent clauses
  3. 2 independent clauses
  4. A coordinating conjunction
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