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Which clause or phrase is found in the following sentence: If you are interested, you can learn how to knit, too! *

(A)gerund phrase
(B)dependent clause
(C)participial phrase

Which sentence displays correct subject-verb agreement?
(A)The book of recipes are on the top shelf.
(B)The team on the field are scary!
(C)The theme park visited by the tourists are in Florida
(D)The maps at the museum are very helpful.

Which sentence has proper subject-verb agreement?
(A)My aunt and uncle is responsible for picking me up today.
(B)Trust, loyalty, and fun is important for friendships.
(C)The parents in the PTO is aware of the issue.
(D)Arizona and Nevada are states along the Colorado River.

Which sentence includes a participial phrase?
(A)I go jogging every morning.
(B)The person talking to the teacher is my dad.
(C)The approaching car flashed its bright lights.
(D)I would like to go to the new oceanside restaurant.

Which sentence includes a dependent clause?
(A)Juan, who is my best friend, joined the marching band in ninth grade.
(B)After school, the band practices in the school parking lot.
(C)The band director lets them take frequent breaks.
(D)The band is going to play the song “Thriller” this Halloween weekend.

Which sentence includes a prepositional phrase?
(A)I will try to follow the recipe.
(B)The squirrel is eating the acorn.
(C)Tuesday is the first day to register.
(D)The party was rescheduled to Friday.

Which sentence has the correct pronoun and antecedent agreement?
(A)While my friends were running home in the rain, they dropped their backpacks and the rain soaked them.
(B)Jim wanted to go to the park, but it was too dark and she could not find our flashlight.
(C)When the coaches arrived at the field, he saw the players goofing off.
(D)Because my friends were exhausted, he forgot to shut the front door and the mosquitoes got in the house.

Use the sentence to answer the question that follows: “The history of the American Colonies was studied by our Social Studies class,” the teacher said during the LiveLesson. Question: Which option turns the sentence that is written in passive voice into active voice?
(A)The history of the American Colonies is the focus for study by our Social Studies class.
(B)The teacher said the history of the American Colonies was studied by our Social Studies class.
(C)During the LiveLesson, the teacher said that our Social Studies class studied the history of the American Colonies.
(D)During the LiveLesson, the teacher said the history of the American Colonies will be studied by our Social Studies class.

Use the following paragraph to answer the question: Many poems were written by Chile’s most famous poet, Pablo Neruda. His life was devoted to writing poetry. Neruda also worked as a government diplomat of Chile. In 1941, the Nobel Prize was awarded to him. >>Question: Which sentence in the paragraph uses the active voice?
(A).Many poems were written by Chile’s most famous poet, Pablo Neruda.
(B)His life was devoted to writing poetry.
(C)Neruda also worked as a government diplomat of Chile.
(D)In 1941, the Nobel Prize was awarded to him.

Use the paragraph to complete the activity: Our local zoo has just been reopened by the city. Most visitors are delighted by the Siberian tiger. However, we are always amazed by the Amazon Rainforest exhibit. During feeding time, hard-shell nuts are cracked open by the toucans, and fruits are washed by the ring-tailed coatis. We plan to go this weekend to see our favorite animals! >>Rewrite the paragraph so that all of the sentences are in the active voice.

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  2. I put them in there

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  3. do yk how many people do this yo :/

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