Punctuation
Contractions
Homophones
Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots
Parts of Speech

100

What is the correct punctuation for this sentence: My black cat ran across the yard
Period

100

What does the contraction I'll mean?
I will

100

Which is the correct word for this sentence? I _______ my lunch today. ate or eight
ate

100

Which prefix means to do again?
Re-

100

What is a noun?
A noun is a person, place, thing, or animal.

200

What is the missing punctuation in this sentence: Where are you going this weekend
Question mark

200

What does the contraction we've mean?
We have

200

What is the correct word for this sentence? The acrobat performed a great ________ on the high wire. feet or feat
Feat

200

What is the root word of quickly?
Quick

200

The verb in a sentence is the what?
The action

300

What is the missing punctuation in this sentence: Hooray
Exclamation point

300

Combine the words should and not.
Shouldn't

300

What is the correct word for this sentence? I didn't mean to _____ the glass. break or brake
break

300

What does the prefix "pre" mean?
Before

300

You would use an adjective or an adverb to describe a word?
adjective

400

What is the missing punctuation in this sentence: My birthday is January 3 2001.
Comma

400

Combine the words will and not to make a contraction.
Won't

400

What is the correct word for this sentence? I need to ______ a story for class. write or right
write

400

What is the root word of "happiness"?
happy

400

Find the verb in the sentence: I have four books in my bookcase.
Have

500

What is the missing punctuation in this sentence: We are going on a field trip on Monday June 13.
Comma in between Monday and June

500

Combine could and have to make a contraction.
Could've

500

What is the correct word for this sentence? I would like to come along _____. two, to, too
too

500

Name where you would put a prefix on a word and where you would put a suffix.
Prefix- at the beginning Suffix- at the end

500

Label the nouns, verbs, and adjectives in this sentence: My mother is at the biggest grocery store in town. *Hint* There are FIVE words you should label.
mother- noun is- verb biggest- adjective grocery- adjective store- noun town- noun