What time will Lauren arrive for the party?

What time will Lauren arrive for the party?

WHAT TIME WILL LAUREN ARRIVE FOR THE PARTY? C Is the sentence above declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory?

TAKE THE TRAIN TO THE WEST SIDE. C Is the sentence above declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory? ALLEN HAS A BASEBALL GAME

TOMORROW NIGHT. C Is the sentence above declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory? WHAT A SHOT! SHOUTED THE

ANNOUNCER. C Is the sentence above declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory? THE COMPUTER COST $500.

C What is the simple subject of this sentence? THE COMPUTER COST $500. C

What is the simple predicate of this sentence? THE EXPLORERS COLLECTED SAMPLES OF ROCK FROM THE CAVE. C

What is the complete subject of this sentence? THE EXPLORERS COLLECTED SAMPLES OF ROCK FROM THE CAVE. C

What is the complete predicate of this sentence? THE BOOKS ARE IN GOOD SHAPE, AND THE TOYS HAVE BEEN FIXED. C

Is this a simple, compound, or complex sentence? THE GYM FLOOR HAS BEEN CLEANED. C

Is this a simple, compound, or complex sentence? UNTIL YOU STOP YELLING, YOU WILL HAVE TO STAY IN YOUR ROOM. C

Is this a simple, compound, or complex sentence? A MALE FLIGHT ATTENDANT. C Is the following a run-on, a sentence or a

fragment? SHE IS A FUNNY GIRL, SHE LIKES JOKES. C Is the following a run-on, a sentence or a fragment?

COME HERE! C Is the following a run-on, a sentence or a fragment?

THE HUGE PLANE LANDS AT OHARE AIRPORT. C Identify the adjective and proper noun in this sentence.

THE HUGE PLANE LANDS AT OHARE AIRPORT. C Identify the verb and common noun in this sentence.

TWO SMALL CHILDREN ARE BY HER SIDE. C Identify the pronoun and plural noun in this sentence.

MY OLDER SISTER WENT TO SCHOOL FIRST. C Identify the verb and adverb in this sentence.

I LIKE HAVING A CLEAN ROOM. C Identify the verb and adjective in this sentence. LUKE JUMPED OVER THE FENCE.

C Identify the preposition and proper noun in this sentence. GRANDPARENTS GET ENJOYMENT IN SPENDING TIME WITH THEIR

GRANDCHILDREN. C Identify the abstract noun and pronoun in this sentence. THE WASHINGTON CAPITALS HOCKEY TEAM SCORED TWO GOALS.

C Identify the collective noun and proper noun in this sentence. SPELL CLASS IN ITS PLURAL FORM. C

SPELL TOOTH IN ITS PLURAL FORM. C THE KNIVES EDGES WERE SHARP. C

What is the possessive noun in this sentence? OUR MURAL, A CLASS PROJECT, NEEDED MORE COLOR. C

What is the appositive in this sentence? YOU WILL RECOGNIZE HIM BY HIS CRAZY HAIR. C Is the underlined verb in past, present or

future tense? THEY REMEMBER THE GOOD OLD DAYS. C Is the underlined verb in past, present or future tense?

MEGHAN FELT THE SOFT FABRIC. C Is the underlined word an action, linking or helping verb?

HE TAKES PHOTOS OF ANIMALS. C Is the underlined word a subject, object, possessive or reflexive pronoun? LINDA HELPED THEM MOVE.

C Is the underlined word a subject, object, possessive or reflexive pronoun? MY HUSBAND AND I WILL SEE YOU TONIGHT AT THE MOVIES.

C Is the underlined word a subject, object, possessive or reflexive pronoun? THE WAVES KNOCKED (HE, HIM) AND ME AROUND.

C Pick the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. EMILY JOINED DAD AND (WE, US). C

Pick the correct pronoun to complete the sentence. WHEN LILY SAW HER FRIEND, SHE SMILED. C

Does this sentence contain a vague pronoun? If so, how do you correct it? THE ICY WATER TASTED SWEET. C

Identify the two adjectives in this sentence. THE SPRING WEATHER BRINGS ON ALLERGIES FOR MANY PEOPLE. C

Identify the proper adjective in this sentence. THE RED SKY WAS A SPECTACULAR SIGHT. C

Does the underlined adjective answer how many, what kind or which one? KIM WAITED IN THE DARK CAVE. C Identify the article in this sentence; is it

definite or indefinite. THE CAMEL MOVED ACROSS AN IMMENSE DESERT. C Identify the article in this sentence; is it

definite or indefinite. SHELLY OFTEN VISITS THE LIBRARY. C Identify the adverb in this sentence.

THE EAGLE SOARED ABOVE THE CLOUDS. C Identify the preposition in this sentence. INSIDE THE CAR, THE MUSIC PLAYED

LOUDLY. C Identify the preposition and object of the preposition in this sentence. BETH WALKED UP THE DRIVEWAY.

C Identify the preposition and object of the preposition in this sentence. MY SCHOOL BUS JUST WENT PAST. C

Is the underlined word a preposition or an adverb?

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