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Capitalization and Punctuation (Grades 11-12)

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Capitalization and Punctuation

1. 
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. Eagerly, I awaited her answer.
  2. Alone I stood at the bus depot in the rain.
  3. Amy waited watched and finally left.
2. 
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. I went to the bookstore at the mall?
  2. Barb left the game, humiliated from her fight with Joe.
  3. Can you please pass the milk.
3. 
Which sentence is punctuated correctly?
  1. It's Amy's car, so let her decide where we're going.
  2. Its Amy's car, so let her decide where were going.
  3. It's Amys car, so let her decide where we're going.
4. 
Correctly punctuate and capitalize where necessary in the following sentence.
before you turn in an essay you should proofread it thoroughly



5. 
Correctly capitalize and punctuate where necessary in the following sentence.
ernest hemingway enjoyed fishing hunting fighting and writing novels and short stories



6. 
Choose the correctly punctuated word to fit in the blank.
I knew what model car it was, but I wasn't sure about                 color.
  1. its
  2. it's
7. 
Choose the correctly punctuated word to fit in the blank.
I can't imagine where                 going after the movie.
  1. theyre
  2. th'eyre
  3. they're
8. 
Choose the correctly punctuated word to fit in the blank.
                going to give their speech next?
  1. Whose
  2. Who's
9. 
Choose the best word to fill in the blank.

I'm afraid                 going to be a very long season for the Mighty Ducks.
  1. its
  2. it's
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