Choose the Verb Subject/Verb Agreement Commas Definitions Misc

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What is set?
He (set/sat) the book on the table.

100

What is IS?
The correct form of the following sentence: She (is/are) happy about getting a good grade.

100

What is WE WENT TO THE STORE, AND WE BOUGHT SOME MILK?
Where should the comma(s) be? We went to the store and we bought some milk.

100

What is A NOUN?
Names a person, place, thing, or idea

100

What is COULDN'T?
The contraction for the words "could + not"

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What is rose?
The smoke raised/rose over the mountains.

200

What is IS?
The correct form of the following sentence: Either restaurant (is/are) a good choice.

200

What is MARCH 10, 2009?
Where should the comma(s) be? Today is March 10 2009

200

What is A VERB?
The part of speech that describes an action or indicates a state of being.

200

What is THEIR?
The possesive form of "they" (spelled correctly!)

300

What is lay?
Please (lie/lay) the sweater on the couch.

300

What is RENT?
The correct form of the following sentence: We (rent/rents) two movies every week.

300

What is ALTHOUGH I STUDIED ALL NIGHT, I WASN'T READY FOR THE TEST?
Where should the comma(s) be? Although I studied all night I wasn't ready for the test.

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What is AN ADJECTIVE?
Describes nouns or pronouns.

300

What is CHICAGO?
The proper adjective in this sentence: I love to eat Chicago style pizza!

400

What is set and sit?
She needed to (sit/set) the table before the guests could (sit/set) down.

400

What is WERE, IS?
The correct form of the following sentence: Twenty candies (were/was) in the bag, now only one (is/are) left.

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What is MY BROTHER, WHO IS SIX FEET TALL, LIKES TO PLAY BASKETBALL?
Where should the comma(s) be? My brother who is six feet tall likes to play basketball.

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What is A PRONOUN?
Substitutes for nouns or noun phrases

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What is UP A TREE?
The prepositional phrase in this sentence: We saw the squirrel running up a tree.

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What is lying?
The paintbrush is (lying/laying) by your pastel chalks.

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What is COMES, COME?
The correct form of the following sentence: Each student in our class (come/comes) from California, but my brother and sister (come/comes) from North Carolina.

500

What is WE BOUGHT BANANAS, APPLES, ORANGES, AND LIMES?
Where should the comma(s) be? We bought bananas apples oranges and limes.

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What is AN ADVERB?
Modifies verbs and adjectives. Typically ends in -ly

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What is A DOUBLE NEGATIVE?
She "don't know nothing" is an example of a "double" this.

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