Homophones
Passive vs. Active Voice
Who vs. Whom
Commas
Verb Tense
100

Which their/there/they're is the possessive form? 

100

Active or passive: The Grand Canyon is visited by thousands of tourists every year. 

100

Who or whom: _ would like to go on vacation? 

100

Place the Commas: Tegan wants to go home but Sarah doesn't want to leave yet. 

200

your or you're?

I want to help your mother with the dishes.

200

Active or passive: The staff is required to watch a safety video every year. 

200

Who or whom: I do not know with _ I will go to the prom. 

200

Place the Commas: I went to lunch with my mother brother and sister.

300

DOUBLE POINTS!!

Which form of to/too/two means 'also/excessive'? 

300

Active or passive: The cleaning crew vacuums and dusts the office every night.

300

Who or whom: _ made these awesome quesadillas? 

300

Place the Comma: Yes the plane will land at 5:30pm.

400

Active or passive: For the bake sale, two dozen cookies will be baked by Susan. 

400

Who or whom: To _ was the letter addressed? 

400

Place the punctuation: While I was in the kitchen the baby woke up it was very annoying.

While I was in the kitchen, the baby woke up; it was very annoying.

or

While I was in the kitchen, the baby woke up. It was very annoying.

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/punctuation/commas/extended_rules_for_commas.html

500

Led or Lead: He _ the blind man to the ice cream shop. 

500

Active or passive: The entire stretch of highway was paved by the crew. 

500

Double Points!!!

What kind of comma is bracketed in this sentence: The tortoise loves to eat bell peppers, dandelions[,] and kale. 

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