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Second Grade (Grade 2) Sentence Structure Questions

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Grade 2 Types of Sentences
A sentence that makes a statement, is called a                       .
  1. declarative sentence
  2. interrogative sentence
  3. exclamatory sentence
  4. independent sentence
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Adam read the new book his friend Aaron bought him he really liked the ending of the story.
  1. Complete Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Everyone was excited to see the fire truck pull into the parking lot, and the fireman jump out and grab the hoses.
  1. Complete Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Before he did his Math homework, he decided to ask his mother if he.
  1. Simple Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
If I was a little older, my mother would let me stay over night at my best friend Alex's house.
  1. Complete Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Fragments and Run-ons
Which is a complete sentence?
  1. The big red truck.
  2. Suzy fell asleep.
  3. Went to the store.
  4. The really fat and scary monster.
Grade 2 Fragments and Run-ons CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.2.1f
Which sentence is not a complete thought?
  1. Beautiful shoes on my feet.
  2. Shoes protect your feet from sharp objects.
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
The best soccer player on our team is Luke, but he is not the fastest runner in our class.
  1. Complete Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Combining Sentences
What is the BEST way to combine the sentences below?

I have a book. I have not read it yet.
  1. I have a book, so I have not read it yet.
  2. I have a book, but I have not read it yet.
  3. I have a book, I have not read it yet.
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Which of the following is a complete sentence?
  1. Those are ready cookies to eat?
  2. Are ready those to eat cookies?
  3. Ready are those cookies eat to?
  4. Are those cookies ready to eat?
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Annie and Krystal are both second graders at CTA Independence.
  1. Complete Sentence
  2. Sentence Fragment
  3. Run-On Sentence
  4. Compound Sentence
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Which of the following is a complete sentence?
  1. The in yard there rabbit is a.
  2. In the yard rabbit a is there.
  3. There is a rabbit in the yard.
  4. Rabbit there is a yard in the.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.2.1, L.2.1f
Pick the words that BEST complete the sentence.

Sam and Wade
  1. who were very friendly.
  2. the nice boys.
  3. at the beach.
  4. visited a farm.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure
Choose the word that describes what the subject of the sentence does.

Grandmother rocks in her chair all day long.
  1. rocks
  2. her
  3. all
  4. long
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.2.1, L.2.1e
Tell if the prepositional phrase in ALL CAPS is being used as an adjective or an adverb.

The child WITH THE FRECKLES won the talent contest.
  1. adjective
  2. adverb
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
What are we doing today?
  1. telling
  2. question
  3. command
  4. exclamatory
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.2.1f
Which is a sentence fragment?
  1. Went to the store.
  2. I bought a bunch of bananas.
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
The bus is coming!
  1. telling
  2. commanding
  3. question
  4. exclamatory
Grade 2 Types of Sentences
Is there enough popcorn for everyone?
  1. telling
  2. command
  3. question
  4. exclamatory
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.2.1, L.2.1f
Pick the words that best complete the sentence.

My mom
  1. who loves me very much.
  2. is a great mom.
  3. watching me play baseball.
  4. in the morning when she wakes up.
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