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Continuing Education Sentence Structure Questions

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Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

Kara + write a note + to the principal.
  1. Kara write a note to the principal.
  2. Kara writes a note to the principal.
  3. Kara do not write a note to the principal.
  4. Kara does not write a note to the principal.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

A dog + be left out + in the cold
  1. A dog should be left out in the cold.
  2. A dog shoulds be left out in the cold.
  3. A dog should not be left out in the cold.
  4. A dog shoulds not be left out in the cold.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

The restaurant + serve hot food
  1. The restaurant serve hot food.
  2. The restaurant serves hot food.
  3. The restaurant do not serve hot food.
  4. The restaurant does not serve hot food.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

It + important to eat pizza + at least once a week
  1. It is important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  2. It are important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  3. It is not important to eat pizza at least once a week.
  4. It are not important to eat pizza at least once a week.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

You + should eat a big breakfast + before a test.
  1. You should eat a big breakfast before a test.
  2. You should eats a big breakfast before a test.
  3. You should not eat a big breakfast before a test.
  4. You should not eats a big breakfast before a test.
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Which sentence turns the words below into a negative statement?
Make sure the sentence is also grammatically correct.

Mom + go grocery shopping + on the weekend.
  1. Mom go grocery shopping on the weekend.
  2. Mom goes grocery shopping on the weekend.
  3. Mom do not go grocery shopping on the weekend.
  4. Mom does not go grocery shopping on the weekend.
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