Sentence Round Up

Post test

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1. Which of the sentence choices is a run-on sentence?
A. The cowgirl and cowboy rode to town.
B. The cowboy rode to town and bought supplies.
C. The cowboy and cowgirl rode to town, and the crippled horse stayed at the barn while the music played.
D. The cowgirl and cowboy returned from town and unloaded the supplies.

2. Which of the following is not necessary to have a complete sentence?
A. A subject and a predicate
B. A noun
C. A capital letter at the beginning of the sentence and a period at the end.
D. An adverb

3. What is an adjective?
A. A person, place, or thing.
B. It describes the person, place, or thing.
C. It tells what the subject is or does.
D. It tells how something is done.

4. What is an adverb?
A. A person, place, or thing.
B. It describes the person, place, or thing.
C. It tells what the subject is or does.
D. It tells how something is done.

5. Which of the following is a noun?
A. Sadly
B. Saddle
C. Brown
D. Ran

6. Which of the following is a verb?
A. Happily
B. Hat
C. Brown
D. Rode

7. Which sentence is written correctly?
A. A little town was nearby the ranch.
B. The ranch was nearby a town
C. The huge crowd of excited people at the ranch.
D. A party going on at the ranch.

8. Which of the following is a correctly written complete sentence?
A. The huge gathering at the rodeo that was held in the arena.
B. The grand arena where the rodeo was held was beautiful
C. The rodeo was in the arena.
D. the rodeo was held at the arena.

9. Which of the following sentences has a compound predicate?
A. The cowgirl and the cowboy danced to the fiddle music.
B. The cowgirl danced and sang to the fiddle music.
C. The cowboy danced.
D. The fiddle music was playing as the two danced.

10. Which two parts of speech are necessary to have a sentence?
A. A noun and a pronoun
B. A noun and a verb
C. A noun and an adverb
D. An adverb and an adjective

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