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Sentence Structure Questions - All Grades

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The Sentence Structure questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by LKSOUTH
The predicate of a sentence must have a:
  1. verb
  2. noun
  3. article
  4. preposition
  5. all of the above
Grade 7 :: Sentence Structure by Michala
What do you need in a complex sentence?
  1. subordinating conjuction
  2. conjunction
  3. run-on
  4. fragment
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete predicate?
  1. The words after the verb
  2. the verb
  3. the words before the verb
  4. the noun
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete subject?
  1. The noun or nouns before the verb
  2. All the words before the verb
  3. The verb
  4. All the words after the verb
Grade 9 :: Sentence Structure by DSnamor
A sentence with two or more independent, or main clauses with two ideas of equal importance
is called a
  1. complex sentence
  2. compound sentence
  3. coodinating conjunction
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete subject of the following sentence?

The cat walked down the street.
  1. the cat
  2. walked down the street
  3. cat
  4. walked
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the simple predicate?
  1. the noun
  2. the verb
  3. the adjective
  4. the pronoun
Grade 8 :: Sentence Structure by Pixley12
Identify the verb in the following sentence:

Some people worry almost all the time.
  1. worry
  2. people
  3. almost
  4. time
Grade 9 :: Sentence Structure by DSnamor
A sentence with one independent clause and one or more dependent, or subordinate, clauses is called a:
  1. complex sentence
  2. subordinating conjunction
  3. relative pronoun
Grade 6 :: Sentence Structure by wizzardofwoz
Find the sentence that has a linking verb and a predicate adjective.
  1. The boy with Matt was Nick.
  2. Matt skipped ahead of the class.
  3. The boys were happy to have their football back.
  4. Joey tossed his football across the field.
Grade 8 :: Sentence Structure by kristiewallis
Which of the following is a sentence fragment?
  1. An extremely loyal friend and inspiration.
  2. Julie is a special cat who loves sunbathing.
  3. She loves living in a creative environment.
  4. The balcony holds magnificent flowers.
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by shannondmixon
Find the verb in the sentence.

That woman is a millionaire.
  1. is
  2. millionaire
  3. woman
Grade 8 :: Sentence Structure by Pixley12
Which way is the best way to combine these sentences? We saw a movie during our vacation. The movie was interesting.
  1. We saw a movie during our interesting vacation.
  2. Interesting, we saw a movie during our vacation.
  3. We saw an interesting movie during our vacation.
  4. none of the above
Grade 6 :: Sentence Structure by Abirmingham
Which sentence has a compound predicate?
  1. Sally and Val walk around the pond each afternoon.
  2. John shouted and yelled for the car to stop.
  3. John raced to the basketball court to meet his friend.
  4. Daniel will choose a baseball cap.
Grade 7 :: Sentence Structure by mscordero
While Mario talked to Jennifer, Jorge talked to Jose.

The above sentence contains...
  1. A dependent clause and an independent clause
  2. 2 dependent clauses
  3. 2 independent clauses
  4. A coordinating conjunction
Grade 1 :: Sentence Structure by Judy23
Which sentence should end with a question mark?
  1. This is my dog
  2. Did you do your homework
  3. I have a new toy
  4. Video games are fun
Grade 4 :: Sentence Structure by Claudinef
Choose the correct way to combine each pair of sentences into one compound sentence.

Bob dries the dishes. Mary puts them away.
  1. Bob dries, the dishes but Mary puts them away.
  2. Bob dries the dishes but, Mary puts them away.
  3. Bob dries the dishes, Mary puts them away.
  4. Bob dries the dishes, but Mary puts them away.
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