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Twelfth Grade (Grade 12) Sentence Structure Questions

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Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. I can have some friends over during Christmas break.
  2. Any day they want to come.
  3. Mom just needs to be warned so that she can have some snacks ready.
  4. We'll probably watch some Christmas movies.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. My little sister is preparing for the Christmas pageant.
  2. Singing loudly all day long.
  3. She cannot wait to wear her angel costume.
  4. Mom has been sewing on it for days.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. Once they get here.
  2. What time will they be here?
  3. I am thinking that they'll arrive at seven.
  4. Because of the heavy Atlanta traffic, they may arrive an hour later than usual.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. What will you do with your two weeks of freedom from school?
  2. Some students will pick up extra hours at work.
  3. Others will catch up on needed sleep.
  4. Since goofing off and spending time with friends.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. Some people dream of bowl game tickets.
  2. Others would like to have a new puppy under the tree.
  3. A sparking diamond in a golden ring.
  4. A new outfit to wear would be nice, as well.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the sentence fragment below.
  1. When I forgot to study last night.
  2. Alice and I decided to meet at Panera to review our notes.
  3. Joe and Margaret were there on their first date.
  4. The restaurant closed at 11:00.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. While Thomas was making dinner.
  2. Our little brother was busy taking all the ornaments off the tree.
  3. Luckily, he didn't break any.
  4. Mom was mad that we weren't watching him better.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. I had chill bumps.
  2. The band sounded so terrific last night.
  3. Because of the song selections.
  4. You missed a great show if you weren't there.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Identify the fragment below.
  1. Your senior year is halfway finished.
  2. Pretty soon, many of you will leave Oliver Springs.
  3. Many of you have worked hard for scholarships.
  4. Coasting through the last months.
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Which one is correct?
  1. My friends and I
  2. My friends and me
  3. Myself and my friends
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Unless the mail comes before noon, Sarah will miss the deadline.

"Unless the mail comes before noon" is an example of:
  1. participal phrase
  2. misplaced modifier
  3. adverbial phrase
  4. appositive phrase
  5. adverbial clause
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Tim is, without a doubt, the world's messiest person!

The qualifying phrase "without a doubt" is a(n):
  1. participal phrase
  2. adverbial phrase
  3. absolute adjective phrase
  4. appositive phrase
  5. adverbial clause
Grade 12 Sentence Structure
Grade 12 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.11-12.2

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The first comma used in the passage is used to...
  1. Set off parenthetical elements
  2. To connect two independent clauses
  3. Set off an introductory element
  4. Separate elements in a series
Grade 12 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.11-12.3

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Which strategy that Dickens uses has the most dramatic effect in this opening passage?
  1. Comma usage
  2. Parallel structure
  3. Past tense
  4. Superlative adjectives and adverbs
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