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Capitalization and Punctuation

Name: __________________________ Date: __________________________

Capitalization and Punctuation

1. 
Choose the greeting that is written incorrectly.
  1. Dear Grandma,
  2. Dear, Bob,
  3. Dear Mr. Crosby,
  4. Dear Molly,
2. 
Choose the closing that is written incorrectly.
  1. yours truly,
  2. Sincerely yours,
  3. Your friend,
  4. Love,
3. 
Choose the sentence that uses commas incorrectly.
  1. We went to Nashville, Tennessee last year.
  2. The couple's wedding day was March 1, 1995.
  3. I ate ice cream chips, and pizza at the party.
  4. I would love to visit Paris, France.
4. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. The last day of school is May 25 2010.
  2. The last day of school is , May 25, 2010.
  3. The last day of school is May 25, 2010.
  4. The last day of school is May, 25 2010.
5. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. He was born on May 15 1998.
  2. He was born on , May, 15 1998.
  3. He was born on May, 15, 1998.
  4. He was born on May 15, 1998.
6. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. We spent two weeks in Orlando Florida.
  2. We spent two weeks in, Orlando, Florida.
  3. We spent two weeks in Orlando, Florida.
7. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Are you playing football over the weekend.
  2. Are you playing football over the weekend?
  3. Are you playing football over the weekend!
8. 
Choose the word that should start with a capital letter.
  1. january
  2. winter
  3. season
9. 
Choose the word that should start with a capital letter.
  1. mountain
  2. texas
  3. country
10. 
Choose the word that should start with a capital letter.
  1. science
  2. history
  3. english
11. 
Choose the word that should start with a capital letter.
  1. birthday
  2. easter
  3. holiday
12. 
Choose the word that should start with a capital letter.
  1. monday
  2. weekend
  3. morning
13. 
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. Look how big that building is!
  2. Look how big that building is?
  3. look how big that building is!
  4. All of these are incorrect.
14. 
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. Robert and Grant have been friends for a long time?
  2. Robert and Grant have been friends for a long time.
  3. robert and Grant have been friends for a long time.
  4. All of these are incorrect.
15. 
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. May Landon and I erase the problems from the board?
  2. may Landon and I erase the problems from the board.
  3. May Landon and I erase the problems from the board!
  4. All of these are incorrect.
16. 
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. We played softball during recess yesterday?
  2. we played softball during recess yesterday.
  3. We played softball during recess yesterday.
  4. All of these are incorrect.
17. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. When is your birthday!
  2. When is your birthday?
  3. When is your birthday.
18. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. "I'm hungry" , said Nathan.
  2. "I'm hungry." said Nathan.
  3. "I'm hungry," said Nathan.
19. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Do you think it will be cold today?
  2. I think it will be cold today?
  3. Michael said it will be cold today?
20. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. The American flag is red white and blue.
  2. The American flag is red white and, blue.
  3. The American flag is red, white, and blue.
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