English Test Chapter 1: The Sentence – Study Review

English Test Chapter 1: The Sentence – Study Review

fragment
complete sentence or fragment?

Just as Miguel entered the restaurant.

fragment
complete sentence or fragment?

Where they make the best chocolate desserts.

complete sentence
complete sentence or fragment?

My sister in college is studying all night.

complete sentence
complete sentence or fragment?

The many-colored lights delighted the children.

fragment
complete sentence or fragment?

Excited by the news that the Bruins won their game.

complete sentence
Deep in the forest a broken-down cabin sheltered us.
fragment
complete sentence or fragment?

Jesse Owens, who won four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics.

predicate
Is this fragment a subject or predicate?

gave me his football jersey

predicate
Is this fragment a subject or predicate?

found some money in the parking lot

subject
Is this fragment a subject or predicate?

my old bicycle with the streamers on the handlebars

predicate
Is this fragment a subject or predicate?

bravely dove off the high dive at the swimming pool

subject
Is this fragment a subject or predicate?

the tiny little cottage in the middle of the woods

leader
What is the simple subject?

Who is the leader of the pack?

girl
What is the simple subject?

The girl on the front row smiled at me.

student
What is the simple subject?

The new student in my class is from Florida.

player
What is the simple subject?

After the touchdown, the player gave his teammates a high five.

you
What is the simple subject?

Please sharpen your pencil before the bell rings.

do have
What is the simple predicate?

Do you have change for five dollars?

rang
What is the simple predicate?

The bell finally rang after a long day.

was talking
What is the simple predicate?

Sarah was talking in the hallway.

might be calling
What is the simple predicate?

My mother might be calling you after school.

heard
What is the simple predicate?

In the middle of the night, I heard a loud noise.

should do
What is the simple predicate?

You should always do your homework.

have been **never is not a verb!
What is the simple predicate?

I have never been to Australia.

does want **n’t = not; not is never a verb!
What is the simple predicate?

She doesn’t want any help.

have thought **even is an adverb; never is not a verb!
What is the simple predicate?

I have never even thought of running a marathon.

has broken **almost is an adverb
What is the simple predicate?

Alexander has almost broken the record.

we
What is the complete subject?

After the game, we are going to get ice cream.

my adventurous family
What is the complete subject?

On Friday, my adventurous family will climb Pinnacle Mountain.

Many determined students
What is the complete subject?

Many determined students will make an A on their English tests!

My very eager brother
What is the complete subject?

My very eager brother wants to earn $100 by washing cars.

I
What is the complete subject?

Sometimes at night, I dream about flying.

my goofy brother
What is the complete subject?

Right in the middle of the road, was my goofy brother.

the teacher
What is the complete subject?

Frequently the teacher asks me to be her helper.

lost her brother’s iPod at the beach.
What is the complete predicate?

Angela lost her brother’s iPod at the beach.

Next Friday……will have our first home football game.
What is the complete predicate?

Next Friday, we will have our first home football game.

am an angry bear each morning.
What is the complete predicate?

I am an angry bear each morning.

likes to play fetch with me.
What is the complete predicate?

My little dog likes to play fetch with me.

is a great form of exercise.
What is the complete predicate?

Dancing is a great form of exercise.

True
True or False?

Never is not a verb.

True
True or False?

A simple predicate is also known as a verb.

True
True or False?

A simple predicate can be a verb phrase.

False
True or False?

The subject of an interrogative sentence is always you.

False
True or False?

A declarative sentence needs an exclamation point as an end mark.

True
True or False?

An imperative sentence makes a command.

False
True or False?

An exclamatory sentence does not express emotion or feeling.

True
True or False?

A declarative sentence makes a statement.

True
True or False?

In a compound subject, the subjects will share the same verb.

True
True or False?

The complete predicate is every word in a sentence except for the words in the complete subject.

False
True or False?

The simple predicate can be in the subject of a sentence.

True
True or False?

The subject of a sentence might come at the end of the sentence.

True
True or False?

An imperative sentence can have a period or an exclamation mark as an end mark.

True
True or False?

The subject of an imperative sentence is always the word “you.”

False
True or False?

An imperative sentence makes a statement.

imperative
What type of sentence?

Go find your brother.

interrogative
What type of sentence?

What time will the bell ring?

declarative
What type of sentence?

Many students forgot to do the bonus homework.

declarative
What type of sentence?

It might be time to go.

exclamatory
What type of sentence?

How delicious this cheesecake is!

declarative
What type of sentence?

He did not find the hidden treasure even though he looked for hours.

imperative
What type of sentence?

Please take your brother to his teacher.

exclamatory
What type of sentence?

Hooray, we won the game!

interrogative
What type of sentence?

What do you hope you get for your birthday?