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Powerpoint Jeopardy. Is this a fragment, run-on, or correct sentence?. In the 1980s and 1990s, the United States lagged behind Europe and Asia in the development of wind power in fact, many of our machines were inefficient, of poor design, and expensive to maintain. Correct the error:.

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Powerpoint jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this a fragment, run-on, or correct sentence?

In the 1980s and 1990s, the United States lagged behind Europe and Asia in the development of wind power in fact, many of our machines were inefficient, of poor design, and expensive to maintain.


Powerpoint jeopardy

Correct the error:

And this would be the equivalent of taking 12,000 cars off the road every year.


Powerpoint jeopardy

Correct the error:

Because the major technology to enable the commercial use of wind power improved dramatically starting in 1999 wind farms have begun springing up in much broader geographical areas.


Powerpoint jeopardy

Correct the error:

Wind power is extremely attractive, once the equipment is set up, nobody has to buy the wind that blows across the land.


Powerpoint jeopardy

Correct the error:

Each of his windmills bring in three to four thousand dollars a year in income.


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is a phrase?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is a clause?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is a dependant clause?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is an independent clause?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What makes a complete sentence?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is a prepositional phrase

and its function?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is a gerund phrase and its function?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is an infinitive phrase and its function?


Powerpoint jeopardy

How do you tell the difference between

a gerund phrase and a present participial

phrase


Powerpoint jeopardy

How can you tell the difference between

a prepositional phrase with “to” and an

infinitive phrase?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What are the FANBOYS and how

are they used?


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this correct? If not, how do you correct it?

Her outfit was classy however her hair was dirty and unattractive.


Powerpoint jeopardy

When can you use a semi-colon?


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this correct? If no, how do you fix it?

The interviewer did not smile, yet we had a friend in common.


Powerpoint jeopardy

What are the three options for coordination?


Powerpoint jeopardy

What are 2 ways to make complex sentences?


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this correct? If not, how can you fix it?

Because I was thinking, the toast burned.


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this correct? If not, how can you fix it?

Her name is Lena, who is my aunt and a tyrant.

My aunt, whose name is Lena, is a tyrant

Lena, who is my aunt, is a tyrant


Powerpoint jeopardy

When can use you “that” as a relative pronoun?


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give three examples of subordinate conjunctions.


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