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Traditional English Grammar

Chapter Two, Quiz 1

 


Directions:

OPTION 1: Use the browser's print option to print this page. Below each sentence write down the subjects with (SUBJ), the verbs with (VERB), and the complements with (COMP). When you have finished, check your answers. NOTE: Be sure to identify subjects of imperative sentences.

OPTION 2: On a sheet of paper numbered 1-10, write down the subjects with (SUBJ), the verbs with (VERB), and the complements with (COMP). When you have finished, check your answers. NOTE: Be sure to identify subjects of imperative sentences.

OPTION 3: In the input box next to the test item, type in the subjects with (SUBJ), the verbs with (VERB), and the complements with (COMP). When you have finished, check your answers. NOTE: Be sure to identify subjects of imperative sentences.


 

1. The tenors are not singing on key.

 

2. The four of us strongly disapprove of his actions.

 

3. During his vacation, Murgatroid visited England, France, Italy, and Germany.

 

4. Most of the roads are covered with ice and snow.

 

5. Living alone is often a depressing experience.

 

6. Most importantly, reread all of your work carefully.

 

7. After saying goodnight to our host, we left the party.

 

8. Do you know him well?

 

9. His earliest attempt at composing music was the ballad.

 

10. Each of you must be aware of the dangers of smoking.

 

11. 11. The pyramid emits a mysterious sort of power.

 

12. Knock before entering.

 

13. After leaving the opera, Igor escorted Prunella home.

 

14. Cyrus McCormick was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia, in 1809.

 

15. The McCormick reaper revolutionized agriculture.

 

 

Consult the Unit One lesson for further study if you scored less than 80% on this exercise.

SCORE


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