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Example: She plays piano.
Choice:
Simple
Compound
Complex
Grades:
3
4
5
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7-12
Instructions:
1. Read the given scenario.
2. Figure out how the sentence should end.
3. Choose the correct answer.
Scenario: You ask your friend if you can borrow the book. Answer: Question Mark Other Choices: Period Exclamation Point
Grades:
4
5
Example: I like Weird Al. He has a pleasant voice.
Choice:
I like Weird Al as he acts crazy.
Weird Al has a pleasant voice and I like him.
I like Weird Al as long as he has a pleasant voice.
Grades:
2
3
4
5
6
7-12
Example: I ____ apple.
like
likes
In the above sentence, the subject is "I" and it is singular. Therefore, the verb that goes with it must also be singular. Hence, "like" is the answer.
Grades:
3
Example: Find the Nouns
run
saw
red
Note: The word "saw" can be a verb or a noun.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
Instructions:
1. Read the given sentence.
2. Figure out if the sentence is a statement, question, command, or exclamation.
3. Choose the correct answer.
Grades:
1
2
3
Instructions: 1. Read the given sentence. 2. Figure out who the sentence is talking about and what is being done. 3. If you can find answers to both questions, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The car hit the tree.
Method: Check to see if you can answer the following question:
(1) Who is this sentence talking about? car
(2) What did the car do? hit the tree
Answer: The above sentence answers both who and what is being done. Therefore, the answer is 'TRUE'.
Grades:
K
1
Instructions:
1. Read all the given sentences.
2. Click the sentence which has the correct word order.
Grades:
K
Example: The cat chase the rat.
Method: Figure out if the subject is singular or plural. Then, find the verb. If the subject is singular then the verb must also be singular. If the subject is plural, then the verb must also be plural.
Answer: In the above sentence, 'cat' is singular. So the verb "chase" must also be singular. Therefore, the answer is 'chase'.
Grades:
3
4
Example:
The girl likes apple.
The girls like apple.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
7-12
Example: is What it?
What is it?
Grades:
K
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Check the punctuation mark used at the end of the sentence.   3. If it is correct punctuation mark is used, choose right; otherwise choose wrong.
Example: How are you.
Answer: wrong
Note: The above sentence is a question. So, "?" is the end mark that should be used.
Grades:
3
4