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Second Grade (Grade 2) Sentence Structure Questions

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Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.2
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Mrs. Smith has a puppy named Spot.
  2. Mrs. Smith has a puppy named spot.
  3. mrs. smith has a puppy named Spot.
  4. mrs. smith has a puppy named spot.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: 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.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: 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 CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Which choice rearranges the sentence in the least confusing way?

They rode their bikes to the park.
  1. Their bikes they rode to the park.
  2. They to the park rode their bikes.
  3. To the park they rode their bikes.
  4. The park they rode their bikes to.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
The stars are bright. The fireworks are bright.
  1. The stars are bright and the fireworks are bright.
  2. The stars are bright and the fireworks.
  3. The stars and the fireworks are bright.
  4. The stars and the fireworks is bright.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Which choice best expands the sentence below?

Carmen ate her sandwich.
  1. She ate her sandwich.
  2. She quickly ate her sandwich.
  3. Carmen ate a sandwich.
  4. Carmen quickly ate her sandwich.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Mom is going to the movies. I am going to the movies.

Which is the best way to combine the two sentences?
  1. Mom and I is going to the movies.
  2. Mom is going to the movies and I.
  3. Mom and I are going to the movies.
  4. Mom is going to the movies and I am going to the movies.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Sarah is tired. Mark is tired.

Which is the best way to combine the two sentences?
  1. Sarah and Mark are tired.
  2. Sarah and Mark is tired.
  3. Sarah is tired and Mark.
  4. Sarah is tired and Mark is tired.
Grade 2 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.2.1, L.2.1f
Which choice rearranges the sentence in the least confusing way?

We played baseball yesterday.
  1. Baseball we played yesterday.
  2. Yesterday we played baseball.
  3. We played yesterday baseball.
  4. Played we baseball yesterday.
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