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Grammar Questions - All Grades

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The Grammar questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 5 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by szeiger
The prefix IL means not, so if you do something that is illegal, you...
  1. Break the law
  2. Follow the law
  3. Make a new law
  4. Throw out the law
Grade 5 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by szeiger
The prefix CO means together, so when you cooperate you...
  1. Work separately
  2. Argue
  3. Work with somethone else
  4. Operate something
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Meekerteacher
Choose the correct sentence.
  1. My Birthday is in August.
  2. my birthday is in August.
  3. My birthday is in August
  4. My birthday is in August.
Kindergarten :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Leashy
What is missing in the sentence below?

the dog is black and white.
  1. a full stop
  2. a question mark
  3. a capital letter
Grade 1 :: Adjectives by Avolpe
Which words are adjectives?
  1. hot, sweet, soft
  2. house, dog, boat
  3. Sam, Kate, Mike
  4. jump, skip, yell
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Meekerteacher
Choose the sentence with correct capitalization and punctuation.
  1. i like to eat pizza
  2. I Like to eat Pizza
  3. I Like to eat Pizza.
  4. I like to eat pizza.
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Abirmingham
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
  1. James and sarah are my friends.
  2. James and Sarah are my friends.
  3. James and SArah are my Friends.
Grade 1 :: Nouns by mcslinky
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Abirmingham
Which sentence is capitalized correctly?
  1. My birthday is in December.
  2. my birthday is in December.
  3. My birthday is in december.
Grade 6 :: Adjectives by lwilson18
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Danielle85
Grade 7 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Pixley12
Grade 1 :: Grammar by dettecat
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Danielle85
Grade 8 :: Sentence Structure by szeiger
It is okay to use the passive voice when the doer of the action doesn't matter.
Which choice best represents this rule?
  1. Kids can observe the eclipse at midnight.
  2. The eclipse can be observed at midnight.
  3. Professor Johnson can observe the eclipse at midnight.
  4. The eclipse will be observed by Professor Johnson at midnight.
Grade 1 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by Danielle85
Grade 8 :: Sentence Structure by szeiger
Which choice correctly changes the sentence below, written using passive voice, into a sentence using active voice?

The man was stung by a bee.
  1. The man had been stung by a bee.
  2. A bee stung the man.
  3. A bee was stung by the man.
  4. The man was stung by a wasp.
Grade 6 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by ehatheway
Grade 1 :: Nouns by etuck
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