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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Sentence Structure Questions

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Grade 9 Sentence Structure
What are the three types of subordinate clauses?
  1. noun clause, pronoun clause, verb clause
  2. prepositional phrase, infinitive phrase, participial phrase
  3. adverb clause, adjective clause, noun clause
  4. gerund, participial, noun clause
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
What type of clause must you have in a sentence?
  1. independent clause
  2. multiple subordinate clauses
  3. prepositional phrase
  4. adjective clause
Grade 9 Types of Sentences
Identify the type of sentence below:

Margot goes to the park every evening at 5:00.
  1. declarative sentence
  2. interrogative sentence
  3. imperative sentence
  4. exclamatory sentence
Grade 9 Types of Sentences
Identify the type of sentence below:

Don't let Margot on the couch!
  1. declarative
  2. interrogative sentence
  3. imperative sentence
  4. exclamatory sentence
  5. both imperative and exclamatory
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
Identify the complete subject in the following sentence.

The two friends took Margot and Warren to the park.
  1. The two friends
  2. Margot and Warren
  3. took Margot and Warren
  4. The two friends took
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
Identify the appositives in the sentence below.

My husband's friends, Greg and Andrew, both live in Hoboken with their dogs, Warren and Rex.
  1. friends, Greg and Andrew, dogs, Warren and Rex.
  2. husband's friends
  3. Greg and Andrew, Warren and Rex
  4. Greg and Andrew
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
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