i need help in english
1. Identify the INCORRECTLY punctuated sentence. (1 point)
Gary is going to take pictures at the park and at the zoo.
Jennifer is going with him, but she does not have any film.
She wants to buy film, and chewing gum.
They will photograph monkeys, lions, and flamingos.
2. Identify the INCORRECTLY punctuated sentence. (1 point)
Reesa is wearing a dark, green sweater.
Around the collar are tiny white pearls.
The sweater has six shiny buttons.
She discovered the sweater in a cold, musty closet.
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ok 3. Identify the INCORRECTLY punctuated sentence. (1 point)
Reaching for the light bulb, Greg fell off the stepladder.
Thinking he might be hurt Robert ran in to help.
Changing a light bulb is not difficult.
Holding the stepladder, Robert watched Greg try again.
4. Identify the INCORRECTLY punctuated sentence. (1 point)
No one may use the pool until after lunch.
No glass containers, radios, or pool toys are permitted.
No, you may not use the diving board.
No running, is allowed near the pool.
5. Identify the sentence that contains a word or phrase that should NOT be in italics. (1 point)
Is Mel Gibson in the movie version of Hamlet or Macbeth?
Lenny has trouble pronouncing the word bonjour.
Glenda subscribes to Smithsonian and Time magazines.
Thornton Wilder’s play Our Town is a popular high school production.
6. Identify the sentence that contains an error in punctuation or capitalization. (1 point)
“After you’ve rested,” Frank said, “please help me move these boxes.”
“Can we wait until later?” asked Emily. “I have a lot of homework.”
“It won’t take very long.” replied Frank.
Emily told him that she would be right there.
7. Identify the sentence that contains an error in punctuation or capitalization. (1 point)
Perry asked if anyone knew the words to “Locked Out.”
“Wasn’t that in the movie Reality Bites,” asked Grace.
Garrison yelled from the other room, “I loved that movie!”
“In fact,” he continued, “I’ve seen it three times."
8. Identify the sentence that contains an error in punctuation or capitalization. (1 point)
In English class we are studying the poem, “The Raven.”
“Who has memorized the poem?” asked Ms. Pierce.
“Memorized it?” asked Rita. “I didn’t know we were supposed to.”
Richard said that “he thought the poem was creepy."
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i think 5 is a
i think 6 is a
7 is definatly b
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