Parts of Speech
Subjects and Predicates
Fragments & Run-ons
Contractions
Types of Sentences
100

An action or state of being.

What is a Verb?

100

"The author placed her book on the shelf."

The underlined word is the...

What is a Simple subject?

100

"A dance on Saturday."

What is a Sentence fragment?

100

The two words Can and Not together make...

What is Can't?

100

The statement, "Go to your room." Is what type of sentence?

What is an Imperative sentence?

200

A person, place or thing.

What is a Noun?

200

"The publisher told him to make the changes."

The underlined word is the...

What is a Simple predicate?

200

"meetings with the publisher on Tuesdays and Thursdays."

What is a Sentence fragment?

200

The two words They and Are make...

What is They're?

200

The statement, "Where were you last night?" is what type of sentence?

What is an Interrogative sentence?

300

"John saw a huge possum while walking down the street." 

The bolded word is a(n)?

What is an Adjective?

300

"People in publishing know about correct punctuation."

The underlined phrase is the...

What is a Complete subject?

300

"The author read the final pages, and she was happy."

What is a Complete sentence?

300

The two words He and Is make...

What is He's?

300

The statement, "I have lots of money." is what type of sentence?

What is a Declarative sentence?

400

"She fell down the stairs."

The bolded word(s) is a(n)?

What is an Adverb?

400

"The printing company is waiting for the pages."

The underlined phrase is the...

What is a Complete predicate?

400

"Mr. Brown is president of the publishing company, he works hard."

What is a run-on sentence?

400

The two words Should and Have make...

What is Should've?

400

The statement, "Woah! That was close." Is what type of sentence?

What is an Exclamatory sentence?

500

"Elisa and Raheem ate all the food."

This sentence is known as a...

What is a Compound subject?

500

The two words Are and Not make...

What is Aren't?

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