Quiz: Can You Pass This 16 Question Sentence Fragment Grammar Test?

Quiz-Can-You-Pass-This-16-Question-Sentence-Fragment-Grammar-Test?
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This fun trivia quiz contains questions about complete sentences and sentence fragments, including dependent clauses.

 Nov 04, 2017
1 of 16Pick your answer!
What kind of sentence fragment is this? "in the garden."
Dependent clause
Predicate without a subject
Prepositional phrase
2 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "Because I said so."
Yes
No
3 of 16Pick your answer!
What kind of sentence fragment is this? "because he is a vegetarian."
Dependent clause
Predicate without a subject
Prepositional phrase
4 of 16Pick your answer!
Which word could we add to the beginning of this fragment to make a complete sentence: "love overrated"
Not
This
Is
5 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "Don't step on the momeraths."
Yes
No
6 of 16Pick your answer!
What kind of sentence fragment is this? "technically"
Prepositional phrase
Adverb
Dependent clause
7 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "I don't know."
Yes
No
8 of 16Pick your answer!
A complete sentence must have a subject and _________.
object
predicate
modifier
9 of 16Pick your answer!
A complete sentence without any conjunctions is called a ____________.
compound sentence
sentence fragment
simple sentence
10 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "When I was a young warthog."
No
Yes
11 of 16Pick your answer!
In a command, what is the subject?
The subject of the previous sentence
An implied "you"
There is none; commands are not complete sentences.
12 of 16Pick your answer!
You can combine two complete sentences by adding ________.
a preposition
an exclamation point
a semicolon
13 of 16Pick your answer!
"Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries" is a _________ sentence.
complex
simple
compound
14 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "Haste makes waste."
Yes
No
15 of 16Pick your answer!
Two clauses joined by "because" make a __________ sentence.
simple
compound
complex
16 of 16Pick your answer!
Is this a complete sentence? "Variety is the spice of life."
No
Yes
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