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Grade 6 Sentence Structure
Grade 7 Spelling
Indicate the correct spelling.
  1. punctuation
  2. punktuation
  3. punctuasion
  4. puncshuation
Grade 3 Editing CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.3.2
Grade 5 Prefixes and Suffixes
Choose the definition that best fits the word.

semicolon
  1. a colon
  2. a comma
  3. a special punctuation mark
  4. a punctuation mark to end a sentence
Graduate Sociology
"You can't unscramble an egg" best describes the theoretical construct of ____
  1. Objectivity.
  2. Irreversibility.
  3. Punctuated Equilibria.
  4. Unpredictability.
Grade 5 Capitalization and Punctuation
What symbol is used to set off direct speech?
  1. quotation marks
  2. comma
  3. punctuation mark
  4. semicolon
Grade 5 Capitalization and Punctuation
Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly.
  1. It's true isn't it?
  2. It's true, isn't it?
  3. It's, true isn't it
Grade 6 Capitalization and Punctuation
Choose the sentence with correct punctuation.
  1. Our labors in life-learning, earning, and yearning-are also our reasons for living.
  2. Our labors in life, learning, earning, and yearning) are also our reasons for living.
  3. Our labors in life - learning, earning, and yearning - are also our reasons for living.
  4. Our labors in life learning, earning, and yearning are also our reasons for living.
Grade 7 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. The parts of (speech nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc. are)important for writing.
  2. The parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.are important for) writing.
  3. The parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.) are important for writing.
  4. (The parts of speech nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.) are important for writing.
Grade 7 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. I am going, to school today but I'm leaving early.
  2. I am going to school today but, I'm leaving early.
  3. I am going to school today, but I'm leaving early.
  4. I am going to school today, but I'm leaving, early.
Continuing Education Colons and Semicolons
Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly.
  1. We arrived late to the picnic consequently there was nothing left to eat.
  2. We arrived late to the picnic; consequently there was nothing left to eat.
  3. We arrived late to the picnic consequently, there was nothing left to eat.
  4. We arrived late to the picnic; consequently, there was nothing left to eat.
Grade 8 Commas CCSS: L.8.2a
Choose the sentence with the correct punctuation.
  1. You are my best friend, Kaylin.
  2. You, are my best friend, Kaylin.
  3. You are my best friend Kaylin.
  4. You are my, best, friend, Kaylin.
Grade 4 Commas CCSS: L.4.2c
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. We can try to find it now or we can wait until it's lighter.
  2. We can try to find it now, we can wait until it's lighter.
  3. We can try to find it now or, we can wait until it's lighter.
  4. We can try, to find it now, or we can wait,until it's lighter.
Grade 4 Commas CCSS: L.4.2b
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. “I will be there around noon,” Michael replied.
  2. “I will be there around noon” Michael replied,.
  3. “I will be there, around noon” Michael replied.
  4. “I will be there around noon” Michael, replied.
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