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  1. AHSGE Practice- Nouns & Capitalization

  2. 1. Choose the sentence in which the use of nouns is correct. • Those radioes are more expensive. • The churchs all had steeples. • Their beliefs were written in the document. • The ladys had more points.

  3. 2. Choose the sentence in which the use of nouns is correct. • The leafs were yellow and brown. • The daughters-in-law planned the party. • The extra keyes were in the drawer. • We need three tomatos for the stew.

  4. 3. One of the sentences below contains an error in the use of nouns. Choose the sentence that contains an error. • His foots grew two sizes. • Two deer crossed the road. • The orange halves smelled delicious. • The Joneses went on vacation.

  5. 4. One of the sentences below contains an error in the use of nouns. Choose the sentence that contains an error. • Several dishes were chipped on the rims. • The hives were in boxes in the pasture. • All our favorite teams won. • Three woman’s were competing in the finals.

  6. 5. One of the sentences below contains an error in the use of nouns. Choose the sentence that contains an error. • All the editors-in-chief were at a conference. • The Brown’s painted their house yellow. • Her glasses were scratched badly. • There were several crises on the front page.

  7. 6. Choose the sentence that contains an error. • The tour group visited two countrys. • Children often imitate what they see. • The church’s steeple is very tall. • Three monkeys stared at the visitors at the zoo.

  8. 7. Choose the sentence that is written correctly. • Tillie saw three deers grazing by the road. • Youth from the area churchs gathered at the stadium for a rally. • Two oxen pulled the wagon. • The sly foxen evated the hunters.