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I have attached more questions. I thought they were attached to the first attachment. There should be a total of 25 questions.
1. In which one of the following sentences does the subject come after the verb?
A. On the next street, you'll find the shoe shop.
B. Whenever he's in town, Jeremy likes to go fishing.
C. Brock traveled over miles of dirt roads.
D. Where is my Elvis CD?
2. Which one of the following words is spelled correctly?
A. Niether C. Believe
B. Reciept D. Foriegn
3. In which sentence is a homonym used correctly?
A. How many ours do we have to wait?
B. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing.
C. Karen's new dog had flees.
D. The old miner was lost in the dessert.
4. Which one of the following sentences is interrogative?
A. The canned tuna is in the pantry.
B. Be so kind as to feed my dog.
C. What will you do when the well goes dry?
D. I passed the entrance examination!
5. Which one of the following sentences contains a spelling error?
A. What would you like for desert?
B. Every autumn we visit a quaint inn near Boston.
C. Joshua could give no good reason for his absence.
D. Evelyn was not familiar with the procedure.
Questions 6 and 7 are based on the following sentence:
As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar.
6. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word
A. sailed. C. met.
B. great. D. the.
7. The simple subject of the sentence is
A. Lord Nelson. C. south.
B. ship. D. fleet.
8. Which one of the following words has the suffix ing added correctly?
A. Stoping C. Talking
B. Hopeing D. Findding
9. A run-on sentence is a group of words with
A. no predicate.
B. no subject.
C. a compound predicate and subject.
D. two or more sentences written as one.
Question 10 is based on the following word list:
crawl, broken, ample, daisy, emergency, apple, broker, cradle, daily, elegant, callow
10. Which revised list is in alphabetical order?
A. ample, apple, broker, broken, callow, cradle, crawl, daisy, daily, elegant, emergency
B. ample, apple, broker, broken, callow, cradle, crawl, daily, daisy, elegant, emergency
C. ample, apple, broken, broker, callow, cradle, crawl, daily, daisy, emergency, elegant
D. )ample, apple, broken, broker, callow, cradle, crawl, daily, daisy, elegant, emergency
11. Which of the following pairs of words are homonyms?
A. Right and correct C. Brake and break
B. Blight and bright D. Dessert and desert
12. In which one of the following sentences is the simple subject also the complete subject?
A. Detectives Homer Fry and Janine Small looked high and low for clues.
B. Crocodiles, quiet as logs, lurked on the riverbank.
C. Large and small dinosaurs stalked the grassy plains.
D. Cory drove to Middleton in his search for Eloise.
Questions 13 and 14 are based on the following paragraph:
(1) We decided to climb Mt. Rainer, but it was a long, hard journey to Washington State from Medford, Oregon. (2) We were worried about our likely sucess in the cold enviroment of the upper slopes. (3) For one thing, Marty was broke and anxius about having warm clothes for climbing. (4) To solve that problem, the rest of us choose to chip in and get him good cold-whether,gear. (5) At last, we set off for Mt. Rainer. (6) But, when we arrived, it was snowing hard. (7) A local guide recommended that we spend the night in a motel in Tacoma.
13. Which sentences contain two misspelled words?
A. 1 and 2 C. 3 and 4
B:-)2 and 4 D. 3 and 7
14. Which one of the following words is a synonym for the word hard in sentence 1?
A. Easy C. Solid
B. Difficult D. Hollow
15. What is the purpose of the following sentence?
I think it would be best to study the problem carefully.
A. It makes a statement. C. It gives a command.
B. It raises a questions. D. It shows strong emotion.
16. A simple subject can be either a noun or a/an
A. verb. C. adjective.
B. pronoun. D. adverb.
17. Which one of the following groups of words is a fragment?
A. Strolling in the park on a summer afternoon.
B. In December, we usually take a skiing trip.
C. The Carters enjoy vacationing at the lake.
D. Talking on the phone is her favorite pastime.
18. In which one of the following sentences is a word misspelled?
A. Laticia weighed herself on the bathroom scale.
B. Niether Lois nor Clark believed in Superman.
C. Spanish isn't a foreign language if you're Mexican.
D. I spend my leisure time reading books.
Questions 19 is based on the following sentence:
Either Mark or his students on the ferry boat.
19. If you want to use the present tense, which word would best fill the blank?
A. are C. were
B. is D. was
20. Identify the simple subject in the sentence "There are too many people on this elevator."
A. There C. people
B. many D. elevator
21. Each one of the following words ends in est. Which one is spelled correctly?
A. Sillyest C. Sweettest
B. Bigest D. Flattest
22. In which one of the following sentences does the verb agree with the subject?
A. The book that explains the plays is on the shelf.
B. There is a million reasons why I shouldn't go.
C. Who is the people in the photograph?
D. Here is the reasons we can't start the car.
23. Which one of the following complete subjects agrees with the predicate "has learned Spanish"?
A. Jennifer and her class
B. The twins, Tina and Terry,
C. Neither Jane nor Henry
D. Either Samuel or his children
24. Which one of the following words is a singular verb?
A. Sees C. Shirts
B. Fly D. Walk
25. Which one of the following sentences includes an error in subject-verb agreement?
A. Carrie and Lucille work in the cafeteria.
B. Either June or her children are going to the movie tonight.
C. Neither Hannibal nor her pups is in the kitchen.
D. Laverne, who's married, and Shirley, who's single, both walk their dogs.