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Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.9-10.1, L.9-10.1a
Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses
Which is the best definition of the term "sentence opener?"
  1. A sentence opener is any word, phrase, or clause - or mixture of words, phrases, or clauses - at the beginning of a sentence.
  2. A sentence opener is any word, phrase, or clause - or mixture of words, phrases, or clauses - at the end of a sentence.
  3. A sentence opener is a complete sentence occurring at the beginning of a sentence.
  4. A sentence opener is a prepositional phrase occurring at the beginning of a sentence.
Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses
Which sentence is the best example of a sentence closer?
  1. Jerry's clothes hung upon his body, loosely.
  2. Eden spoke to the committee, calmly and quietly.
  3. Neither a or b
  4. Both a & b
Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses
Which of the following contains an example of a sentence closer?
  1. Cassie grabbed the wrong jacket this morning.
  2. Kevin took a book from the library, leaving without checking it out.
  3. Looking like Chuck Norris, Ned left for the Halloween party.
  4. Running like a mad man.
Continuing Education Phrases and Clauses
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