Learning the Sentences and the Fragments

In this quiz, you will get to know about the sentences and the fragments. You will learn about types of sentences. You will also learn about the subject and predicate.

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What kind of sentence is this?

Caribou eat plants and grass in the summer and mushrooms and lichen in the winter.




What kind of sentence is this?

How many cubic feet of sand do we need to fill the sandbox?




Select the simple predicate.

The male peacock impresses his mate with brightly colored feathers.




Select the simple subject.

A monstrous storm was brewing in the gulf.




Select the four words that make up the complete compound subject.

Neither Jaylen nor Dobbie likes vanilla ice cream.

Neither Jaylen nor Dobbie

likes vanilla ice cream

Which is a sentence fragment?

Had not ridden a horse before going to summer camp last year.

Mrs. Stafford carefully buttoned up her coat.

Which is a complete sentence?

My older brother's contact lens case and eye solution.

At higher altitudes, water boils at a lower temperature.

Which is a run-on sentence?

The source of the Mississippi River is Lake Itasca in Minnesota, it was formed by a melted glacier.

Two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom compose each molecule of water.

Which is a simple sentence?

Lacey and her sisters drew a map of the United States and hung it on the wall.

Mayor Harrison started a successful program for young musicians after he left city politics.

Which is a complex sentence?

While Rhianna was interviewing the governor, she uncovered plenty of information for her article.

The famous Venus de Milo statue was found on Milos, a volcanic Greek island in the Aegean Sea.

Quiz/Test Summary
Title: Learning the Sentences and the Fragments
Questions: 10
Contributed by:
Maths Magic