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English Quiz 10-9-13
High School English Quiz on English Quiz 10-9-13, created by katielovesnessie on 09/10/2013.
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"To get the whole house clean in time for grammas arrival" proves to be too much to ask. The italicized phrase in this sentence is a(an) _____ phrase and a ____.
Participle & verb
Infinitive & noun.
For some reason, Vince didn't like "falling in the mud puddle." The phrase in the quotation marks is a(an) _____ phrase and a ____.
Appositive & noun
Gerund phrase & noun
"Running out of gas," the car came to a stop. The phrase in the quotation marks is a _____ phrase and a ____.
Participle phrase & adjective.
Appositive phrase and noun
Lenny went to Peter's house "to borrow his shovel." The phrase in the quotation marks is a(an) _____ phrase and a ____.
Participial phrase and an adverb.
Infinitive phrase and adverb.
A noun or pronoun that follows another noun or pronoun in a sentence to identify or explain it is a(an)_____.
A prepositional phrase can function in a sentence as a(an) _____ phrase.
Jolene went to the city "to find a new job."
A gerund phrase functions in a sentence as a(an) ____.
A participial phrase in a sentence functions as a(an)_____
An infinitive phrase can function in a sentene as a(an) _____ ______ ______.
Noun, Verb, Adjective.
Noun, Adjective, Adverb.
Main clauses express a complete thought & can appear in ____ sentences.
All of the above
A prepositional phrase modifies a word & relates that word to the prepositions ______.
How are subordinate clauses and prepositional phrases similar?
Both can stand by themselves. Neither can be used as adjectives or adverbs.
Neither can stand by itself Both can be use as adjectives & adverbs.
A prepositional phase...
Contains a preposition Contains an object & any modifiers of the object
Contains a preposition Contains noun and adjectives of the subject
The security of state sent the PRESIDENT a full account for his mission.
All of the operators are ERRCIENT.
The subjects listed here are the elective COURSES for secondary schools.
An interrogative SENTENCE is sentence that asks a question.
The guy "who ran out of the clinic" is running late.
"If we remember to brush our teeth" we will get fewer cavities.
I guess "what you did last night wasn't really" that interesting.
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