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ENGLISH II - UNIT 2: WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCES QUIZ 3: SENTENCES

Identify the type of sentence.

Look out!


simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex

simple sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

Wherever I lay my hat, that is my home.


simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex

complex sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

We're going out for pizza, and then we'll go to Jerry's house to study.


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compound sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

When night fell, she went out to look at the stars.


simple sentence
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complex sentence
compound-complex

complex sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

Have you read "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" by William Wordsworth?


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complex sentence
compound-complex

simple sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

The police officer ran into the house.


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compound-complex

simple sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

After the supplies are delivered, we will decorate the room.


simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex

complex sentence

Identify the type of sentence.

I'm getting hungry, and, because it's nearly noon, I'm going to eat lunch.


simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex

compound-complex

Identify the following.

Wait!


fragment
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simple sentence

Identify the following.

While your courtesy is appreciated, your letter arrived too late.


fragment
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complex sentence

complex sentence

Identify the following.

Patricia plans to attend a Bible seminary after she graduates.


fragment
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complex sentence

complex sentence

Identify the following.

Where is he going?


fragment
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simple sentence

Identify the following.

Life on the ranch.


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fragment

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Most athletes with ability who strive to develop that ability through rigorous self-discipline.


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fragment

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The long, long train traveling to Canada, winding through the Rockies.


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complex sentence

fragment

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After the party, the girls sat down to discuss the entertainment and the guests.


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complex sentence

simple sentence

Identify the following.

With hat in hand and hair blowing about her face, she stood gazing at the moonlit slopes below and the glistening stars above.


fragment
simple sentence
complex sentence

simple sentence

Gerunds can function as nouns, adjectives, and adverbs.

True
False

False

Select the correctly punctuated sentence.


He wanted to do the right thing but the situation was very confusing.
He wanted to do the right thing, but the situation was very confusing.
He wanted to do the right thing but, the situation was very confusing.
He wanted to do the right thing, but the situation, was very confusing.

He wanted to do the right thing, but the situation was very confusing.

In the following sentence, reasoning is a _______.

Her reasoning seems to be sound.

gerund

In the following sentence, passing is a ________.

Congress is passing a new, stronger law.

verb

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