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ENG 111

Grammar Quiz

Question 1

Choose whether the item is a comma splice or a fused sentence. If the original item is correct as written, choose “correct.”
My friend Joanna says she grew up in a spacious house with large rooms she then changed to a tiny, cramped dorm room.

comma splice
fused sentence
correct

Question 2

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
Cynthia’s sister needed to go shopping, and Cynthia decided to tag along. Bringing her camera.

fragment
complete sentence

 

Question 3

Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? Make sure that you selection does not have comma splices or fragments. Avoid fused sentences as well.

Bernard loved his part-time job at the local newspaper, there was one problem.
Bernard loved his part-time job at the local newspaper, but there was one problem.
     

Question 4

Choose the sentence that correctly uses coordination to connect the clauses logically.
As far as I know, I’ve received a virus on my computer only once. The antivirus program reported that it had “quarantined” the virus. I told the program to delete the virus.

As far as I know, I’ve received a virus on my computer only once. Although the antivirus program reported that it had “quarantined” the virus. I told the program to delete the virus.
As far as I know, I’ve received a virus on my computer only once, the antivirus program reported that it had “quarantined” the virus; but I told the program to delete the virus.
As far as I know, I’ve received a virus on my computer only once. The antivirus program reported that it had “quarantined” the virus, so I told the program to delete the virus.

Question 5

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
Then he thought of some great pictures to send to his friends. The animals he helped care for at the zoo, where he worked part-time.

fragment
complete sentence

 

Question 6

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
The birds singing, the wind blowing through the trees, and a chipmunk ran under some rocks to hide. This was much better than a parking lot.

fragment
complete sentence

Question 7

Choose the sentence that correctly uses coordination to connect the clauses logically.

I must admit that I am totally dependent on e-mail, I suppose most of the people I know feel the same way about it.
I must admit that I am totally dependent on e-mail, and I suppose most of the people I know feel the same way about it.
I must admit that I am totally dependent on e-mail, consequently, I suppose most of the people I know feel the same way about it.

 

Question 8

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
She quickly took the picture of the wonderful deli man. Knowing that somehow this was going to be one of her all-time favorite photos.

fragment
complete sentence

 

Question 9

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
Mr. Licarra said that the school offered him a lot of money. For his forest property.

fragment
complete sentence

Question 10

Identify whether the verb in each sentence is active or passive voice.
Many citrus fruits are grown in Florida.

active
passive

Question 11

Choose whether the item is a comma splice or a fused sentence. If the original item is correct as written, choose “correct.”
I’m thinking I’d be better off getting rid of my pet, but I guess that’s not very realistic.

comma splice
fused sentence
correct

Question 12

Choose the sentence that correctly uses coordination to connect the clauses logically.

I like instant messaging as well; but it can be annoying.
I like instant messaging as well, but it can be annoying.
I like instant messaging as well, it can be annoying.

 

Question 13

Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? Make sure that you selection does not have comma splices or fragments. Avoid fused sentences as well.

Unfortunately, Bernard’s accomplishment was short-lived because it wasn’t long.
Unfortunately, Bernard’s accomplishment was short-lived. Because it wasn’t long.

 

Question 14

Select whether the word group contains a fragment or represents a complete sentence.
They stopped to shop at several stores, including the local delicatessen.

fragment
complete sentence

Question 15

Choose the sentence that correctly uses coordination to connect the clauses logically.

I usually prepare my e-mail messages carefully, sometimes forgetting to proofread them before I send them.
I usually prepare my e-mail messages carefully; sometimes forgetting to proofread them before I send them.
I usually prepare my e-mail messages carefully, but sometimes I forget to proofread them before I send them.

 




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