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Continuing Education Verbs
The purpose of a linking verb is to connect the subject with
  1. a noun or an adjective.
  2. a noun only.
  3. an adjective only.
  4. a verb and an article.
Continuing Education Adverbs
Which of the following sentences is written correctly?
  1. He didn't have no money.
  2. He didn't have none.
  3. He didn't have any money.
  4. I didn't have no money.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Choose the correct sentence.
  1. Who makes up these English rules anyway?
  2. Whom makes up these English rules anyway?
  3. Whomever makes up these English rules anyway?
  4. Whom make up these English rules anyway?
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow?
  2. I am asking "if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow"?
  3. I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow.
  4. I am asking "if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow."
Continuing Education Fragments and Run-ons
Identify the statement that is a fragment.
  1. Greetings, my friend.
  2. I'll do the same for you.
  3. "We're having spinach salad."
  4. "I made it from scratch."
Continuing Education Nouns
Continuing Education Apostrophes
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. It's Amy's car, so let her decide where we're going.
  2. Its Amy's car, so let her decide where were going.
  3. It's Amys car, so let her decide where we're going.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which of the following statements explains the best way to construct a compound sentence?
  1. Connect an independent clause and a dependent clause with a comma.
  2. Connect two independent clauses with a coordinating conjunction.
  3. Add a FANBOY to independent clauses.
  4. Connect two independent clauses and a subordinate clause with FANBOYs.
Continuing Education Commas
Which sentence below uses a comma correctly?
  1. After European nursing schools opened, Americans opened similar schools.
  2. After, European nursing schools opened Americans opened similar schools.
  3. After European, nursing schools opened Americans opened similar schools.
  4. After European nursing schools opened Americans opened. similar schools.
Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.9-10.1, L.9-10.1a
Continuing Education Nouns
                names an unspecified person, place, or thing.
  1. A noun
  2. A proper noun
  3. A proper adverb
  4. A common noun
Continuing Education Adjectives
Which words are sound adjectives?
  1. large, small, gigantic
  2. loud, quiet, soothing
  3. red, green, yellow
  4. rough, smooth, cold
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which sentence is a compound sentence?
  1. The flowers and grass sprang up all over.
  2. The seeds were planted, and flowers grew.
  3. Trees and grass springing up on the earth.
  4. The seeds fell to the earth and soon sprouted.
Continuing Education Parts of Speech
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