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Which is a run-on sentence? A. When I was picking apples off the tree at dusk, a deer stood at the edge of the orchard. B. If you want to play softball this year, sign-ups are at the field this coming Saturday. C. Camilla, who was our baby-sitter when we were little, was a contestant on that TV game show. D. There were big, dark clouds in the sky, on our way home, buckets of rain and hail fell the whole way.
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D
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Which is the subject of this sentence? Look in the index for a mention of this type of error. A. type B. mention C. index D. (you)

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C
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Which is the subject of this sentence? Tuesday morning the Red Wheelbarrow Gardening Center will open. A. morning B. Tuesday morning C. Red Wheelbarrow Gardening Center D. center
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C
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Which is the subject of this sentence? Does the Singing Hills Country Club allow dogs on their property? A. Country Club B. club C. Singing Hills Country Club D. dogs
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C
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Which is the entire verb phrase in this sentence? The whole event had been secretly planned by the Wong twins. A. had been planned B. had been secretly planned C. had been D. planned
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A
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Which is the entire verb phrase in this sentence? Hadn't you ever been to a state fair before? A. hadn't ever been B. hadn't been C. had ever been D. had been
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A
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Which kind of complement is the underlined word? Fill the bucket with potting soil. A. predicate adjective B. direct object C. indirect object D. predicate nominative
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B
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Which kind of complement is the underlined word? The music at the party next door was too loud. A. predicate nominative B. indirect object C. predicate adjective D. direct object
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C
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Which kind of complement is the underlined word? Charlie, hand me the cake pan, please. A. indirect object B. predicate adjective C. direct object D. predicate nominative
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A
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Which kind of complement are the underlined words? Isn't the best musical of the year Beauty and the Beast? A. direct object B. predicate nominative C. indirect object D. predicate adjective
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A
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Which kind of complement are the underlined words? Have you met Dr. Carlos Whitman, Sally? A. indirect object B. predicate nominative C. direct object D. predicate adjective
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C
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Which kind of complement are the underlined words? The flower with the orange petals is a tiger lily. A. direct object B. indirect object C. predicate nominative D. predicate adjective
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C
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Which kind of complement is the underlined word? Give Amanda the clothes for the yard sale. A. predicate nominative B. indirect object C. predicate adjective D. direct object
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B
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Which kind of complement is the underlined word? Give Amanda the clothes for the yard sale. A. predicate nominative B. indirect object C. predicate adjective D. direct object
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C
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Which best describes the underlined group of words? A string of colored lights edged the deck. A. misplaced modifier B. adjective phrase C. appositive phrase D. adverb phrase
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B
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Which best describes the underlined group of words? The tangy scent of barbeque drew us toward the little café. A. appositive phrase B. adjective phrase C. adverb phrase D. misplaced modifier
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C
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Which best describes the underlined group of words? Two small round tables sat outside the back door. A. appositive phrase B. misplaced modifier C. adverb phrase D. adjective phrase
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C
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Which best describes the underlined group of words? Ultimately, they moved to Roanoke, our hometown. A. adverb phrase B. misplaced modifier C. appositive phrase D. adjective phrase
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A
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Which best describes the underlined group of words? A small flock of birds flew to the tree with quick wings. A. misplaced modifier B. appositive phrase C. adjective phrase D. adverb phrase
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C
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Which word in the sentence does the underlined phrase modify? She hammered a nail into the wall and hung the picture of her family. A. nail B. hammered C. picture D. hung
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A
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INTO THE WALL WAS UNDERLINED
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Okay, I'll take a look.
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TY
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Im only putting twenty five
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Which word in the sentence does the underlined phrase modify? Put the pans of bread into the oven. A. oven B. into C. pans D. put
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c
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of bread
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Which word in the sentence does the underlined phrase explain? The house, a large white structure with a turret and wrap-around porch, sat at the end of a long driveway. A. sat B. driveway C. end D. house
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D
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a large white structure with a turret and wrap-around porch
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Which describes the underlined phrase in the sentence? Shiny glass bowls and goblets drew the gaze of people passing the window. A. gerund phrase B. infinitive phrase C. participial phrase D. misplaced modifier
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C
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Passing the window
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at quick glance, it looks like you did great!
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thank so much

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