Kinds of Sentences Subjects and Predicates Finding the Subject Conjunctions Fragments and Run-ons

100

What is declarative?
Rome is more than two thousand years old.

100

What is people?
What is the simple subject? People play board games such as chess and checkers.

100

What is calendar?
On my desk is a calendar.

100

What is and?
What is the conjunction? Rice, wheat, and corn are the three most important cereals.

100

What is fragment?
Fragment or Run-on? Was interested in social work?

200

What is interrogative?
Can you still see any of the ancient buildings?

200

What is - require, sticks, baskets, or rackets?
What is the complete predicate? Other games require sticks, baskets, or rackets.

200

What is (You)?
Give me the order. please.

200

What is neither, nor?
Neither Europe nor the United States produces more rice than China.

200

What is run-on?
Fragment or run-on? She served until 1919, she was not re-elected.

300

What is imperative?
Please hand me my book about Rome.

300

What is New England colonists?
What is the complete subject? New England colonists brought the game to the new world.

300

What is November?
Is November the Latin word for mine?

300

What is and (coordinating)
What is the conjunction and what type of conjunction is it? Europe and the Americas grow large amounts of wheat instead.

300

What is fragment?
Fragment or Run-on? Correct it. Because of her beliefs against war.

400

What is imperative (.)
Look at this map, please (include end mark)

400

What is - would run from base to base after a hit?
What is the complete predicate? The batter would run from base to base after a hit.

400

What is (You)?
Explain that strange fact to me.

400

What is either, or (correlative)
What is/are the conjunctions, and name the type of conjunction? Either milk or bread will be brought to the table.

400

What is run-on?
Fragment or run-on? Correct it. She enjoyed her job, her constituents were satisfied with her work.

500

What is Exclamatory (!)
What a fascinating city Rome is (include end mark)

500

What is - is shaped?
What is the simple predicate? The soft clay is then shaped into a cup, a bowl, or a vase.

500

What is bus?
There is a bus in front of the school.

500

What is both, and (correlative)
What is/are the conjunctions, and name the type of conjunction? Both milk and meat are produced from livestock.

500

What is fragment?
Fragment or run-on? Correct it. After winning elections year after year.

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