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Jeopardy. Hosted by Mrs. Kennedy. Agreement subject and verb. Agreements pronouns and antecedents. Correct the double negatives. Punctuation. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1, Col 1.

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hosted by mrs kennedy

Jeopardy

Hosted

by

Mrs. Kennedy

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Agreement subject and verb

Agreements pronouns and antecedents

Correct the double negatives

Punctuation

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row 1 col 1
Row 1, Col 1

It is incorrect. One is always singular. One is absent today.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary

corrections.

One of the Martin twins are absent today.

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1,2

Either is singular and their is plural. Either Kate or Meg might lend me her bike.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

Either Kate or Meg might lend me their bike.

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1,3

Always put commas inside the quotation marks. “Hi, Wesley,” said Ryan.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

“Hi, Wesley”, said Ryan.

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1,4

You don’t have any business using two negatives in the same phrase.

Correct this sentence.

You don’t have no business using two negatives in the

same phrase.

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2,1

The subject is problem, and it is singular. The only problem the campers have is the hundreds of wasps swarming around the campsite.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

The only problem the campers have are the hundreds of wasps

swarming around the campsite.

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2,2

Incorrect. There area lot of good reasons to learn the rules of proper writing.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

There’s a lot of good reasons to learn the rules of proper writing.

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2,3

I was sad when she yelled, “I hate you!” The quote is an exclamation.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

I was sad when she yelled, “I hate you”!

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2,4

I see hardly any mess in my room. OR I don’t see much mess in my room.

Correct the following sentence.

I don’t see hardly any mess in my room.

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3,1

It is not correct. Macaroni and cheese is a single unit. Mac and cheese is Emily’s favorite meal.

Is the sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

Macaroni and cheese are Emily’s favorite meal.

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3,2

Correct as is.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

Each girl wants to look beautiful on her prom night.

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3,3

These are not two separate sentences joined by a conjunction. (Got a stomachache as a result is not a sentence.) No comma is necessary.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

I pigged out on food at the fair, and got a stomachache as a result.

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3,4

I haven’t seen any four-eyed monsters around here lately.

Correct the following sentence.

I haven’t seen no four-eyed monsters around here lately.

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4,1

Correct. Turn the sentence around and it will be clearer. My parents were standing at the back of the room.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

Standing at the back of the room were my parents.

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4,2

Every player played her very best. Every is singular.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

Every player on the girls’ soccer team played their very best.

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4,3

Too Tall is an appositive- it tells more about the big guy on the team. The big guy on the basketball team, Too Tall, is my neighbor.

Is this sentence written correctly? If not, make the necessary corrections.

The big guy on the basketball team Too Tall is my neighbor.

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4,4

I don’t want any trouble from you.

Correct the following sentence.

I don’t want no trouble from you.

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5,1

If I were you, I would buy that bright red dress.

Correct the following sentence.

If I was you, I would buy that bright red dress.

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5,2

Peter

Name the antecedent for the underlined pronoun.

Peter was at Debbie’s house. He heard a strange noise and went

into the living room.

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5,3

A. (The comma after Christmas is too weak for the job.)

  • Which sentence is not correct?
  • I want three things for Christmas, video games, rollerblades,
  • and baseball cards.
  • I want three things for Christmas: video games, rollerblades,
  • and baseball cards.
  • I want three things for Christmas-video games, rollerblades,
  • and baseball cards.
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5,4

I can’t seem to find anybody to help me with my homework.

Correct the following sentence.

I can’t seem to find nobody to help me with my homework.