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Grammar Review

  1. 1. Grammar Review Final Exam
  2. 2. Is the bolded word a PA, PN, or neither? • Your lips look very chapped. • Mrs. C is my friend’s aunt. • Joe looks for coins on the sidewalk. • This old coin was used in ancient Greece. • My best friend is she in the first row.
  3. 3. Is the bolded word a PA, PN, or neither? • Your lips look very chapped. PA • Mrs. C is my friend’s aunt. PN • Joe looks for coins on the sidewalk. NO-- OP • This old coin was used in ancient Greece. NO—ADJ • My best friend is she in the first row. PN
  4. 4. Which is the correct adverb? • My brother doesn’t ever talk (quiet, quietly). • That student plays football (good, well). • The crowd yelled (loud, loudly) during the game. • His voice rose (sharp, sharply) as he became angrier.
  5. 5. Which is the correct adverb? • My brother doesn’t ever talk (quiet, quietly). • That student plays football (good, well). • The crowd yelled (loud, loudly) during the game. • His voice rose (sharp, sharply) as he became angrier.
  6. 6. Find the adverbs. • We sometimes go there for lunch. • How did you hurt your wrist so badly? • A race horse galloped swiftly by. • The lady has frantically searched everywhere for the missing money. • He dashed in, looked down at his shoes, and began to chuckle softly.
  7. 7. Find the adverbs. • We sometimes go there for lunch. • How did you hurt your wrist so badly? • A race horse galloped swiftly by. • The lady has frantically searched everywhere for the missing money. • He dashed in, looked down at his shoes, and began to chuckle softly.
  8. 8. Find the conjunctions and interjections. • Yippee! Zach and Shelby are entering the race! • Either Holly or her sister attends college in North Dakota. • Hurray! My parents are going to the reunion, but I may go swimming!
  9. 9. Find the conjunctions and interjections. • Yippee! Zach and Shelby are entering the race! • Either Holly or her sister attends college in North Dakota. • Hurray! My parents are going to the reunion, but I may go swimming!
  10. 10. Name the sentence type. • Stand up. • Look at him stand on his head! • He is standing on his head. • Can you stand on your head?
  11. 11. Name the sentence type. • Stand up. Imperative • Look at him stand on his head! Exclamatory • He is standing on his head. Declarative • Can you stand on your head? Interrogative
  12. 12. What is the verb tense? • She likes vanilla pudding. • I shall be flying to Florida tomorrow. • The child has fallen off the swings. • Ted will have taken all his semester tests by Friday. • Mayor Beesley greeted the first lady. • A newspaper was lying by the road.
  13. 13. What is the verb tense? • She likes vanilla pudding. Present • I shall be flying to Florida tomorrow. Future Progressive • The child has fallen off the swings. Present Perfect • Ted will have taken all his semester tests by Friday. Future Perfect • Mayor Beesley greeted the first lady. Past • A newspaper was lying by the road. Past Progressive
  14. 14. Form the contraction. • I am • You are • Will not • We are • There is • They have
  15. 15. Form the contraction. • I am I’m • You are You’re • Will not Won’t • We are We’re • There is There’s • They have They’ve
  16. 16. Abstract or Concrete? • Kindness • Salad • Caution • Harp • Joy
  17. 17. Abstract or Concrete? • Kindness abstract • Salad concrete • Caution abstract • Harp concrete • Joy abstract
  18. 18. Common or Proper? • PLANT • OREGON • GRASS • AMERICA • TOWER • ANGEL • EIFFEL TOWER • MARGARET
  19. 19. Common or Proper? • PLANT common • OREGON proper • GRASS common • AMERICA proper • TOWER common • ANGEL common • EIFFEL TOWER proper • MARGARET proper
  20. 20. Is the bold word a DO, IO, or APP? • Dad handed Tammy an apple for her lunch. • Their friend, Tammy, is a great speaker. • A small child hit Tammy on the back with a toy.
  21. 21. Is the bold word a DO, IO, or APP? • Dad handed Tammy an apple for her lunch. IO • Their friend, Tammy, is a great speaker. APP • A small child hit Tammy on the back with a toy. DO
  22. 22. Choose the correct word. • The (childrens’, children’s) play area has been added. • Several (boys’, boy’s) jackets are on sale. • One (lamb’s, lambs’) mouth seems sore. • (You’re, Your) idea is a good one. • (Mr. Ross’, Mr. Ross’s) wife is coming for lunch. • The peacock spread (its, it’s) beautiful tail. • The (women’s, womens’) club must take a vote.
  23. 23. Choose the correct word. • The (childrens’, children’s) play area has been added. • Several (boys’, boy’s) jackets are on sale. • One (lamb’s, lambs’) mouth seems sore. • (You’re, Your) idea is a good one. • (Mr. Ross’, Mr. Ross’s) wife is coming for lunch. • The peacock spread (its, it’s) beautiful tail. • The (women’s, womens’) club must take a vote.
  24. 24. Write the plural. • Lotus • Nursery • Clay • Leaf • Pitch • Son-in-law • Laughter • Circle
  25. 25. Write the plural. • Lotus Lotuses • Nursery Nurseries • Clay Clays • Leaf Leaves • Pitch Pitches • Son-in-law Sons-in-law • Laughter Laughter • Circle Circles
  26. 26. Choose the correct word. • The parade had not (came, come) down Main Street. • This opening is (narrower, narrowest) of the three. • The police officer has (rode, ridden) a horse on his beat. • The lady with those crying children (is, are) very upset. • The man scrubbed the floor (more vigorously, most vigorously) the second time. • A cow and a sheep often (stand, stands) near a tree. • (Lie, Lay) here beside the fire and get warm. • The matter is between your sister and (I, me). • Her father must have (laid, lain) in his recliner all day. • Give (we, us) adults a chance to help. • Everyone must take (his, their) clothes to the laundry. • You are much taller than (I, me).
  27. 27. Choose the correct word. • The parade had not (came, come) down Main Street. • This opening is (narrower, narrowest) of the three. • The police officer has (rode, ridden) a horse on his beat. • The lady with those crying children (is, are) very upset. • The man scrubbed the floor (more vigorously, most vigorously) the second time. • A cow and a sheep often (stand, stands) near a tree. • (Lie, Lay) here beside the fire and get warm. • The matter is between your sister and (I, me). • Her father must have (laid, lain) in his recliner all day. • Give (we, us) adults a chance to help. • Everyone must take (his, their) clothes to the laundry. • You are much taller than (I, me).
  28. 28. Find the nouns. • The desert is a habitat for some snakes and various cacti. • I need a package of napkins, some paper plates, and a few straws for our picnic. • Lee’s aunt is an aspiring violinist; she hopes to play with the Phoenix Symphony. • Those boxes containing two lamps were sent to the girls’ apartment by mistake.
  29. 29. Find the nouns. • The desert is a habitat for some snakes and various cacti. • I need a package of napkins, some paper plates, and a few straws for our picnic. • Lee’s aunt is an aspiring violinist; she hopes to play with the Phoenix Symphony. • Those boxes containing two lamps were sent to the girls’ apartment by mistake.
  30. 30. Find the adjectives. • Several beautiful models wore soft, flowing dresses made of imported silk. • Five Dalmatian puppies scampered friskily among many shrubs on their back lawn. • The Irish countryside is fertile, very green, and scenic in the summer. • That man writes funny short stories, Gothic novels, and humorous poetry.
  31. 31. Find the adjectives. • Several beautiful models wore soft, flowing dresses made of imported silk. • Five Dalmatian puppies scampered friskily among many shrubs on their back lawn. • The Irish countryside is fertile, very green, and scenic in the summer. • That man writes funny short stories, Gothic novels, and humorous poetry.
  32. 32. Determine if the following are fragments, sentences, or run-ons. • Having been chosen as the best. • Jenny and John have been married a year. • Pizza was delivered for dinner, unfortunately, it was cold. • During the summer, Brian goes to his grandmother and grandfather’s house in Nebraska and loves swimming in a creek by their home and going to the local fairs plus he drives the tractor on their farm.
  33. 33. Determine if the following are fragments, sentences, or run-ons. • Having been chosen as the best. F • Jenny and John have been married a year. S • Pizza was delivered for dinner, unfortunately, it was cold. R-O • During the summer, Brian goes to his grandmother and grandfather’s house in Nebraska and loves swimming in a creek by their home and going to the local fairs plus he drives the tractor on their farm. R-O
  34. 34. Choose the correct word. • They feel (happy, happily) about their choice. • You painted the wall (quick, quickly). • Garth does his job (good, well). • Mrs. South looks (tired, tiredly) today. • He answered the question (weird, weirdly). • Of the four sandwiches, the ham is the (more delicious, most delicious).
  35. 35. Choose the correct word. • They feel (happy, happily) about their choice. • You painted the wall (quick, quickly). • Garth does his job (good, well). • Mrs. South looks (tired, tiredly) today. • He answered the question (weird, weirdly). • Of the four sandwiches, the ham is the (more delicious, most delicious).

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