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University of Phoenix Material Final Grammar Quiz
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Part I: True or False 1.The following word group is a FRAGMENT: That movie, one of my favorites. __ True __False 2.The following word group is a FRAGMENT: The local baseball team, needing a good pitcher most of all. __ True __False 3.The following word group is a FRAGMENT: Using a flashlight, he looked under the bed for his shoes. __True __ False 4.The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Three employees from our company and one from our competitor WAS fired. __True __ False 5.The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Three of my friends LIKE this band. __ True __False 6.The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Six girls and one boy WAS in the dance class. __True __ False 7.Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized: "This is a fantastic opportunity", the salesman insisted. __True __ False 8.Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized: "Are you serious ?!?" Fred asked. __ True __False 9.Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated, and all words in the sentence are correctly capitalized: My best friend said that "She'd heard something like that." __True
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Part II: Multiple Choice In the following sentences, identify if the word grouping contains sentence fragments, a comma splice, or a run-on sentence, or if the grouping is a complete sentence. 10. Cats, unlike dogs and fond of sitting on laps. __ Sentence fragment. __ Comma splice __ Run-on sentence. __ Complete sentence (contains no error) 11. I don't know what you want me to do, the directions are not clear. __ Sentence fragment. __ Comma splice __ Run-on sentence. __ Complete sentence (contains no error) 12. While I like bacon, it is not good for me. __ Sentence fragment. __ Comma splice __ Run-on sentence . __ Complete sentence (contains no error) 13. I like chocolate she likes butterscotch. __ Sentence fragment.
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