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Sentence Structure - CCSS L.7.1.B


Links verified on 01/09/2018


1. Avoiding Primer Language.

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Try to combine the following sentences into one effective sentence with only one independent clause. (Any exceptions to this requirement are noted as a hint.) When you've written your version in the text-area provided, click on Grammar's Version to see our attempt.  SEE MORE
 
2. Big Dog's Subject-Verb Agreement.

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Read each sentence, enter your response in the space provided, and then press "Submit" to check your answer.  SEE MORE
 
3. Combining Sentences Quiz.

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In the text-area box below each group of sentences, combine all of those sentences into one effective sentence containing only one independent clause. When you're finished, click on "Grammar's Version" to see how we would have written that sentence. SEE MORE
 
4. Complex and Compound Sentences.

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Review the lesson on complex and compound sentences. Then take the quiz by selecting the correct answer that describes the underlined words in each sentence. (Requires Shockwave)  SEE MORE
 
5. ESL Subject Verb Agreement Quiz 1.

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30 questions in the quiz. Choose the correct verb so that the subject and verb agree. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]  SEE MORE
 
6. ESL Subject Verb Agreement Quiz 2 -.

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Do this 10 question quiz after mastering the questions in quiz 1 above [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]  SEE MORE
 
7. Identifying Basic Sentence Parts.

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When you move your mouse-cursor over each part of the sentences on the page, that part will be identified or defined in the text-area immediately below that sentence. Try to identify the sentence part before asking the computer to identify it for you. [Unavailable on 11/20/11]  SEE MORE
 
8. Parts of Speech Quiz II.

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Ten multiple-choice questions, pop-up boxes show the answer.  SEE MORE
 
9. Parts of Speech Quiz.

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Ten multiple-choice questions, pop-up boxes show the answer.  SEE MORE
 
10. Quiz on Sentence Body Parts: Part 1.

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Seven multiple-choice questions, sound remarks available for explanation of incorrect choices.  SEE MORE
 
11. Quiz on Sentence Body Parts: Part 2.

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Eight multiple-choice questions, sound remarks available for explanation of incorrect choices.  SEE MORE
 
12. Revising Sentence Fragments.

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Rewrite each sentence fragment, adding a subject or a predicate or both to form a complete sentence.  SEE MORE
 
13. Second Quiz on Combining Sentences.

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In the text-area box below each group of sentences, combine all of those sentences into one effective sentence containing only one independent clause. When you're finished, click on "Grammar's Version" to see how we would have written that sentence. SEE MORE
 
14. Sentence Sort.

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Help the fox cross the park. Click on the answer that tells what kind of sentence is shown. Choose the correct sentence structure to move along the game board.  SEE MORE
 
15. Sentence Types Quiz.

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After each sentence, select the option that best describes that sentence. When you click on "Submit Application" at the end of the quiz, the computer will return your scored quiz. An explanation of each answer will be attached, whether your response is correct or not. [Made available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE
 
16. Subject Verb Agreement Quiz.

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Select one answer from the choices provided after each sentence. The word you choose should fit the blank in the sentence. Don't use the HINT buttons unless you really need them. [Made available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE
 
17. Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz II.

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Another quiz on Subject-Verb Agreement. After each sentence select the verb form that will best fit in the blank. The explanation will describe the process of arriving at the correct choice for that sentence.  SEE MORE
 
18. Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz III.

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A third quiz on Subject-Verb Agreement. Select the appropriate verbs from the drop-down menus to complete each sentence correctly. There are thirty-three "opportunities for error" in these paragraphs.  SEE MORE
 
19. Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz.

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Select the correct verb form to agree with the subject. [Made available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE
 
20. Subject-Verb Agreement.

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Test your understanding of subject-verb agreement with this self-study quiz. Click the answer button to see the answer. (18 sentences)  SEE MORE
 

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