# English

Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly.

Many people are afraid of bold futuristic inventions

Why did you spend all your money on expensive trendy clothes that you'll only wear a month or so?

Oh, no, Mom is watching that silly, musical comedy again.

---> The library table groaned under the weight of dozens of first editions and rare, valuable books.

Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly

At her place at the table, a beautiful, gold locket was wrapped in the small blue box.

---> At her place at the table a beautiful, gold locket was wrapped in the small blue box.

At her place at the table, a beautiful gold locket was wrapped in the small blue box.

At her place, at the table a beautiful, gold locket was wrapped in the small, blue box.

Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly.

The only one with a baseball Dennis was a very popular boy.

---> Painted a bright yellow, the kitchen was a cheery place.

In the middle of the mess, sat a rather sheepish puppy.

Oh what a beautiful garden you have!

Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly

Yes Lauren designed that dress herself.

---> Beside the front door, a cat waited patiently for Mindy's return.

As I was saying surprises come when you least expect them.

Johnny would you, please, close the window.

Choose the sentence that contains no error in the use of italics.

How many i's does (Mississippi) have anyway?

Derrick called her short story (Bucket of Fools).

----> (The Old Man and the Sea) is a novel that doesn't really take that long to read.

Which state has more people: (Arkansas or Iowa)?

Choose the sentence that contains no error in the use of italics.

--->How can you confuse (for) with (four)?

Order (16) more ink cartridges, Wesley.

Look at the fancy way that people used to make a W *No italics*

What does this (Latin) word (sic) mean when it is in brackets inside a quotation?

Thank you in advance teachers :)

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1. 1. Right, but there's another right answer also.

2. Wrong.

3. Right.

4. Right.

5. Wrong

6. Right.

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2. 2 was the only one I got wrong.
5 is correct
I got a 90%
Thank you very much!

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3. OK. Sorry, I was wrong about 5.

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4. Its okay thank you very much.

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5. You're welcome.

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