Identify the correct use of commas (i.e., compound sentences, coordinating conjunctions, introductory words, appositives, interrupters) within context. SPI 0601.1.12
Links verified on 5/21/2014
- Building and Revising Sentences with Appositives - The exercises on this page offer practice in building and revising sentences with appositives.
- Comma Practice - select sentence with correctly used commas
- Commas and Compound Sentences - Read each sentence below. Decide whether or not it is a compound sentence and needs a comma or if it is a simple sentence containing a compound verb that is correct as it is, then check your answer.
- Comma Placement Before Coordinate Conjunctions in Compound Sentences - Select the pair of words between which the comma should be placed. Do this by clicking on the red button next to your choice. This will turn the button yellow.
- Conjunctions - click on the buttons to find the correct answer
- Conjunctions & Interjections - Quia quiz
- Conjunctions Quiz I - click the answer buttons to see the answers
- Conjunctions Quiz II - combine the sentences using the conjunction given in parentheses
- Conjunction-itis Popup - Find the correct conjunction form to combine two short sentences together into one! (a Quia quiz)
- Parts of the Sentence - Appositives - Combine the following sentences by using an appositive.
- Quiz on Comma Usage - Click on "The paragraph, please!" and a paragraph will appear in the top text-area.
- Using Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert the necessary comma or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
- Using Commas with Introductory Phrases - Click on "The sentence, please!" and a sentence will appear in the top text-area. Insert any necessary comma or commas (being careful not to insert commas where they aren't necessary).
- Welcome to Commas: Fill in the Blanks! - in each blank space in the paragraphs below, provide a comma where it is appropriate or write a small-case "x" (without the quotation marks) where a comma is not necessary.
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