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Posted by allison on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 4:41pm.

11. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Mom, give us a break, just once. (Points : 5)
direct object

indirect object

predicate nominative

predicate adjective


12. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Isn't this movie The Black Stallion? (Points : 5)
direct object

indirect object

predicate nominative

predicate adjective


13. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Have you seen your cousin Gene, Sally?
(Points : 5)
predicate adjective
predicate nominative
direct object
indirect object

14. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Playing the role of Anne in the play is Maya Guerrero!
(Points : 5)
predicate nominative
predicate adjective
direct object
indirect object

15. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Print me a copy of the poem you wrote, please.
(Points : 5)
predicate adjective
predicate nominative
indirect object
direct object

16. What kind of complement is the underlined word?

Well, the lecture seemed pretty long to me.
(Points : 5)
predicate nominative
predicate adjective
direct object
indirect object

17. Choose the label that best describes the underlined word group.

A string of colored lights edged the deck. (Points : 5)
adjective phrase

adverb phrase

appositive phrase

misplaced modifier


18. Choose the label that best describes the underlined word group.

The tangy scent of barbeque drew us toward the little cafe. (Points : 5)
adjective phrase

adverb phrase

appositive phrase

misplaced modifier


19. Choose the label that best describes the underlined word group.

The chilly campers huddled together by the fire.
(Points : 5)
adjective phrase
appositive phrase
adverb phrase
misplaced modifier

20. Choose the label that best describes the underlined word group.

For my birthday, we baked a lemon cake, a special treat.
(Points : 5)
adjective phrase
adverb phrase
appositive phrase
misplaced modifier

21. Choose the label that best describes the underlined word group.

The firecrackers were set off in front of the spectators with loud bangs and bright flashes.
(Points : 5)
adjective phrase
adverb phrase
appositive phrase
misplaced modifier

22. Type the word that the underlined phrase modifies or renames. Remember that spelling counts.

They swept the dead leaves out of the hallway and shut the door against the wind.
(Points : 5)


23. Type the word that the underlined phrase modifies or renames. Remember that spelling counts.

Put the pans of bread into the oven. (Points : 5)


24. Type the word that the underlined phrase modifies or renames. Remember that spelling counts.

The road, only an oiled dirt lane full of children and shaded by trees, looked just the same. (Points : 5)


25. Which choice correctly completes the sentence?

Quickly, they _____ all the grocery bags on the floor and ran outside. (Points : 5)
had setted

set

sat

had sat


26.

Which choice correctly completes the sentence?
Jenna _____ in her journal for several years. (Points : 5)
write
has wrote
has written
has wroten

27. Choose the label that best describes the verb in the sentence.

I have been meaning to call you for days.
(Points : 5)
present perfect
present progressive
present perfect progressive
past perfect progressive

28. Which of the following sentences contains a shift in tense? (Points : 5)
Reading biographies helps you understand how the world works.
Once he had finished the book, he will write the report.
Sure, it is easy to dye clothes if you know how.
The sky was clear and blue, and suddenly it started raining.

29. Identify the sentence with the passive voice verb. (Points : 5)
Their apartment was small but very interesting.
Did you take that photograph with the digital camera?
Those old records may be worth a lot someday.
I canít skate today because my skates are being repaired.

30. Identify the sentence with the active voice verb. (Points : 5)
The map was hidden behind a secret panel in the wall.
The stairs had been designed in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
Our winner will be chosen by the artists themselves.
Has anyone turned off the lights in the theater yet?

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