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Grammar Review (Grade 7)

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Grammar Review

1. 
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. And saw the sunrise.
  2. When they thought they were safe.
  3. That is not true.
  4. Around the river.
2. 
The school                 looking for responsible students to be role models.
  1. is
  2. are
  3. be
  4. am
3. 
The novel, Lord of the Flies, is set in
  1. the present time.
  2. the distant future.
  3. the time of Armageddon.
  4. both b and c
4. 
Identify the sentence type.

Because her school computer had internet access, Savannah could learn more about Keith Urban and Kenny Chesney.
  1. simple
  2. compound
  3. complex
  4. compound-complex
5. 
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
  1. The college athlete achieved her dream at last the attention of professional scouts!
  2. The college athlete achieved her dream at last - the attention of professional scouts!
  3. The college athlete achieved her dream at last: the attention of professional scouts!
  4. The college athlete achieved her dream at last [the attention of professional scouts!]
6. 
In the following sentence, which word is the antecedent for the pronoun she?
Kim looked as though she had seen a ghost.
  1. she
  2. Kim
  3. ghost
  4. seen
7. 
Identify the compound subject:

New Orleans and New York remain favorite tourist attractions.
  1. favorite; tourist
  2. remain; attractions
  3. New Orleans; New York
8. 
Correct the errors in capitalization.

"Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a Poet from New England.
  1. "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a poet from New England.
  2. "Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a poet from New England.
  3. "Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening" is by Robert Frost, a Poet from New England.
9. 
Classify each of the following sentences as S for simple, Cd for Compound, Cx for complex, or Cd-Cx for compound-complex.

1. Madison, Amber and Kimmy taught me how to skate.

2. If you are a surfer, you may enjoy skateboarding, for the sport is similar to surfing.
  1. Cd, Cx
  2. Cx, Cd
  3. S, Cd-Cx
  4. Cd, Cd
10. 
In the following list, which word is not a relative pronoun?

who, whom, which, whose, that, where, when, why, they
  1. who
  2. they
  3. which
  4. that
11. 
Are the following statements true or false?

1. Use a colon between the hour and the minute. Ex. 8:30
2. Use a colon after the salutation of a business letter. Dear Sir or Madam:
  1. true
  2. false
12. 
A helping verb helps you get out of a jam.
  1. True
  2. False
13. 
The best of America's skaters beamed for the camera. What does beamed mean?
  1. waved
  2. smiled
  3. frowned
14. 
What is a homograph?





15. 
Verbs are used to show the time of an action or of a state of being; this is known as verb tense. List the six verb tenses used in English.






16. 
List 5 conjunction words.



17. 
What does a simple sentence have?



18. 
ALL of the the following are considered common negative words:
barely, hardly, neither, never, nobody, none, scarcely, not
  1. true
  2. false
19. 
What is a sentence fragment?



20. 
What is a compound sentence? What 2 things must it have?



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