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Complete vs. Incomplete sentences

Quiz by Amanda Lans

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6 questions
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  • Q1
    How many parts does a complete sentence need?
    5
    3
    2
    1
    120s
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  • Q2
    What are the parts to a sentence?
    subject and verb
    verb and adjective
    adjective and subject
    subject
    120s
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  • Q3
    Which sentence is an "incomplete sentence"?
    "We went to the movies."
    "The boy had 3 dollars."
    "Mary played ball."
    "went to the store."
    120s
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  • Q4
    Which sentence is a "complete sentence."?
    "The girl ran to the park."
    "The classroom full of 4th graders."
    "ran into the woods."
    "ate three plates of nachos."
    120s
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  • Q5
    What else does a complete sentence need?
    Capital and ending mark
    lowercase
    vocab words
    two words
    120s
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  • Q6
    What is a subject?
    Verb
    Adjective
    Noun
    Adverb
    120s
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