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English 11 Mid-Term Review. Grammar / Writing. Determine the underlined part of speech (N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int) Did the police give John a speeding ticket?. Grammar / Writing. Determine the underline part of speech (N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

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grammar writing
Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Did the police give John a speeding ticket?

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underline part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

The family devoured the

turkey dinner quickly .

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Last night’s sunset was magnificent.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Brittany likes Italian food,

but Drew prefers Chinese.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Gosh, this exam is really difficult!

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Sara watched her dog run

around the house.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

The class selected Joe as

school president.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Your new apartment, sunny and spacious, seems ideal for you.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

All of the books on these shelves were written by Mark Twain.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

John lives on this street.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

Neither film was enjoyable.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of speech

(N, Pro, Adj, V, Adv, Prep, Conj, Int)

In the space program, which

astronaut is your favorite?

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

She always bakes pies

on Saturday afternoon.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

The small town elected Bill Conroy

mayor last week.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

Do you enjoy a walk in the

woods in the fall?

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

The chicken soup looks greasy today.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

He gave me another wise answer.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

The clocks stopped during the power failure.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

Today is not dreary and dismal.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

She made her friend a promise.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

Here are the books for your research paper.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

Tom is a student and an athlete.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the underlined part of sentence

(Sub, Verb, DO, IO, PN/PA)

One director of the project donated millions of dollars to the fund.

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

John walked around the house

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

Mrs. Arters, the teacher, immediately began asking the students annoying questions.

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

Awarded another Emmy, ‘Law and Order’ has

finally become a success.

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

Washing their hands frequently enables doctors to maintain sanitary conditions.

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

The secret of success is to work harder than others and complain less.

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

Determine the type of phrase

Sarah, walking a mile to school, fell and

hurt her knee.

A) prepositional

B) participial

C) gerund

D) infinitive

E) appositive

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Grammar / Writing

The __________ sentence tells your reader the main idea(s) you are trying to explain. This sentence gives your essay direction and focus.

A) thesis

B) detail

C) support

D) topic

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Grammar / Writing

Body paragraphs one through three consist of the following sentences:

A) topic, support, transition

B) support, detail, quotation

C) topic, support, detail, transition

D) thesis, detail, support

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Grammar / Writing

The conclusion of an essay should name ________ information discussed first then move to more ______ information that reveals personal insight and understanding.

A) organized; creative

B) specific; general

C) general; specific

D) vague; specialized

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Grammar / Writing

These opening sentences are needed in order to get your reader interested in what you’re going to discuss

A) topic sentences

B) support sentences

C) thesis sentences

D) attention-getter sentences

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Grammar / Writing

These opening sentences are needed in order to get your reader interested in what you’re going to discuss

A) topic sentences

B) support sentences

C) thesis sentences

D) attention-getter sentences

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