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Sentence Structure Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Fragments and Run-ons
Which of the following is a run-on sentence?
  1. You can use soap to clean the kitchen counter, but bleach is better.
  2. Hamburgers should be eaten well-done, because cooking kills bacteria.
  3. It's important to store food properly and to keep preparation areas clean.
  4. Bacteria in food can cause illness you should take care to store food properly.
Grade 8 Types of Sentences
Continuing Education Sentence Structure
Choose the sentence that is correct.
  1. I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow?
  2. I am asking "if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow"?
  3. I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow.
  4. I am asking "if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow."
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Sentences that ask a question are called
  1. exclamatory.
  2. declarative.
  3. interrogative.
  4. inquisitive.
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
Grade 7 Types of Sentences
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. The beautiful bluebirds on the tree.
  2. Are flying over the tree.
  3. The bluebirds are flying over the tree.
  4. They flying bluebirds.
Grade 4 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1
What type of sentence is this?

I hope it snows ten inches on Saturday!
  1. exclamatory
  2. imperative
  3. interrogative
  4. declarative
Grade 9 Types of Sentences
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. coordinating conjunction.
  4. correlative conjunction.
Grade 7 Sentence Structure
What are the simple subject and simple predicate in the sentence below?

The sailboats were gliding across the ocean.
  1. sailboats/were gliding
  2. sailboats/across the ocean
  3. the sailboats/gliding across
  4. the sailboats/were across
Grade 4 Fragments and Run-ons CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.4.1f
Which of these is a complete sentence?
  1. My mother drove us to the lake.
  2. My father, brother and mother
  3. Came home from school today
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
Choose the correctly written complex sentence.
  1. She likes to read, and she likes to write.
  2. Kate and Jonathan worked on their reports.
  3. Before she goes to bed, she must brush her teeth.
  4. Although she likes read mystery novels best.
Grade 7 Sentence Structure
Identify sentence that is written correctly.
  1. The wind was very strong the damage was everywhere.
  2. Through the student doors in a hurry.
  3. Sally opened her gift it was a new IPod.
  4. These puppies are for sale by the owner for $100 each.
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
Which of the following is a dependent clause?
  1. If the weather is still nice
  2. That's the most spectacular view of all
  3. You'll want to take pictures
  4. You will reach the city of Asheville later
Grade 9 Fragments and Run-ons
Which sentence is not a complete thought?
  1. Beautiful shoes on my feet.
  2. Shoes protect your feet from sharp objects.
Grade 6 Types of Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.1.1j
Grade 6 Types of Sentences
Which sentence is complex?
  1. Before scientists invented telescopes, the moon was a mystery.
  2. The viewer looked into the special machine.
  3. Trained bears were the star of the film.
  4. People in earlier days wrote letters or sent telegrams.
Grade 6 Phrases and Clauses
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