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Grade 10 Phrases and Clauses
Identify the type of phrase in the following sentence: Practicing my English skills helps me on my test.
  1. Infinitive Phrase
  2. Appositive Phrase
  3. Gerund Phrase
  4. Participle Phrase
Grade 10 Phrases and Clauses
Grade 10 Phrases and Clauses
Grade 12 Phrases and Clauses
Tim is, without a doubt, the world's messiest person!

The qualifying phrase "without a doubt" is a(n):
  1. participal phrase
  2. adverbial phrase
  3. absolute adjective phrase
  4. appositive phrase
  5. adverbial clause
Grade 7 Phrases and Clauses CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.7.1a
Grade 12 Phrases and Clauses
Unless the mail comes before noon, Sarah will miss the deadline.

"Unless the mail comes before noon" is an example of:
  1. participal phrase
  2. misplaced modifier
  3. adverbial phrase
  4. appositive phrase
  5. adverbial clause
Grade 12 Phrases and Clauses
Grade 9 Grammar
A phrase is a small group of words that go together, but a phrase is never a complete thought. What does a phrase never have?
  1. A phrase never has a verb.
  2. A phrase never has the word "the."
  3. A phrase never has both a subject and a verb.
  4. A phrase never has a noun.
Grade 8 Poetry
The first three lines of a tanka are called the:
  1. upper phrase
  2. lower phrase
  3. higher order
  4. lower order
Grade 3 Story Elements
A transition is
  1. a word or phrase.
  2. a word or phrase that concludes a story.
  3. a word or phrase that moves you to the next part of the story.
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