Copyright©McDougalLittellInc.
For use with Pupil’s Edition pp. 36–634 ASSESSMENT MASTERS
Chapter
2 The Sentence and Its Pa...
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For use with Pupil’s Edition pp. 36–63 ASSESSMENT MASTERS 5
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Grade 10-sub-and-pred-chapter-pretest--questions

  1. 1. Copyright©McDougalLittellInc. For use with Pupil’s Edition pp. 36–634 ASSESSMENT MASTERS Chapter 2 The Sentence and Its Parts Name Date A. Identifying Subjects and Predicates Choose the answer that correctly identifies the boldfaced word or words in each sentence. (4 points each) 1 All the houses on this street were built before 1930. A complete subject B complete predicate C simple predicate 2 Small children are often painfully honest. F complete subject G simple subject H simple predicate 3 Tryouts for the baseball team will be held tomorrow afternoon. A simple subject B complete predicate C simple predicate 4 The orchestra played Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony last Saturday. F complete subject G complete predicate H simple predicate 5 That painting of a huge flower was done by Georgia O’Keefe. A complete subject B complete predicate C simple subject 6 Covered bridges are becoming rarer in this part of the country. F complete subject G simple predicate H simple subject B. Recognizing Compound Sentence Parts Choose the answer that correctly identifies the boldfaced words in each sentence. (4 points each) 7 Peanut butter and jelly combine to make a tasty lunch. A compound subject B compound predicate C compound verb 8 The poet read and explained several of her works. F compound subject G compound predicate H compound verb 9 The architecture firm planned the new library and submitted their blueprints to the city planning commission for approval. A compound subject B compound predicate C compound verb 10 Food vendors and artisans set up booths at the fair. F compound subject G compound predicate H compound verb 11 The weather satellite fell out of its orbit and descended toward Earth. A compound subject B compound predicate C compound verb CHAPTER PRETESTS GO ON
  2. 2. Copyright©McDougalLittellInc. For use with Pupil’s Edition pp. 36–63 ASSESSMENT MASTERS 5 CHAPTER PRETESTS Chapter 2 Name Date C. Recognizing Kinds of Sentences Choose the answer that identifies each sentence. (4 points each) 12 Keep track of your miniature golf scores on this scoresheet F declarative G imperative H interrogative 13 How old are the ancient pyramids of the Egyptian pharaohs at Giza A interrogative B imperative C declarative 14 What an amazing pass that was A interrogative B imperative C exclamatory 15 That political cartoon was quite controversial A declarative B interrogative C imperative D. Recognizing Subject in Unusual Positions Choose the answer that identifies the subject of each sentence. (4 points each) 16 Behind the rock slithered the snake with unusual markings. F rock G snake H markings 17 Hanging on the wall is Gilbert Stuart’s unfinished portrait of George Washington. A wall B George Washington C portrait 18 Here is the latest gadget for making housework easier. F Here G gadget H housework 19 Please get two eggs out of the carton on the lower shelf. A eggs B carton C (You) 20 How does Miranda get her homework for chemistry done so quickly? F (You) G homework H Miranda E. Recognizing Objects and Other Complements Choose the answer that identifies the boldfaced complement. (4 points each) 21 Robert has seen that movie at least three times A indirect object B direct object C objective complement 22 The mechanic gave his customer an estimate of what it would cost to repair the car. F objective complement G predicate nominative H indirect object 23 Many new Americans find the English language confusing. A objective complement B predicate nominative C indirect object 24 Ali is becoming more comfortable in her new home. F direct object G predicate adjective H objective complement 25 New Yorkers sometimes call their city “The Big Apple.” A direct object B objective complement C predicate nominative STOP

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