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Complex Sentences

Quiz by Courtney Cann

Grade 4
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

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15 questions
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  • Q1
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: _________ I am tall, I cannot reach the top shelf.
    although
    because
    but
    if
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  • Q2
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: Ja'Corey had to go to bed, __________ he wasn't tired.
    if
    even though
    because
    since
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  • Q3
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: The football game, _______ was on Saturday, was excellent.
    since
    but
    because
    which
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  • Q4
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: Jennifer ran over the wet cement, ________ she wasn't paying attention.
    because
    and
    since
    but
    30s
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  • Q5
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: _____ I don't have any money, I won't buy anything.
    While
    After
    Since
    Before
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  • Q6
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: _______ school, Jaea is going to cheer practice.
    After
    Since
    Before
    If
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  • Q7
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: _______ the president arrives, he will give a speech.
    Before
    If
    When
    While
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  • Q8
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: _______ the sun sets, we will sit by the lake.
    If
    Until
    Since
    While
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  • Q9
    Identify which subordinating conjunction should be used to make the sentence complete: ______ the food gets cold, go sit down at the table.
    While
    Until
    Before
    Because
    30s
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  • Q10
    Identify where the comma should be in the complex sentence: The cat came around the corner swishing its tail.
    no comma needed
    corner,
    came,
    cat,
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  • Q11
    Identify where the comma should be in the complex sentence: I want to go to bed early because I have a flight in the morning.
    no comma needed
    because,
    early,
    bed,
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  • Q12
    Identify where the comma should be in the complex sentence: Jalen ran down the hall so he could be on time for class.
    hall,
    so,
    Jalen,
    no comma needed
    30s
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  • Q13
    Identify where the comma should be in the complex sentence: Unless you have the right size do not try on that shoe.
    size,
    right,
    not,
    no comma needed
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  • Q14
    Identify the best way to combine these sentences using the subordinating conjunction in parenthesizes: Gregory checked his Christmas stocking. He woke up. (as soon as)
    Gregory checked his Christmas stocking as soon as he woke up.
    As soon as Gregory woke up he checked his Christmas stocking.
    Gregory checked his Christmas stocking, as soon as he woke up.
    30s
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  • Q15
    Identify the best way to combine these sentences using the subordinating conjunction in parenthesizes: I will plant more trees. The flowers bloom. (while)
    While the flowers bloom, I will plant more trees.
    I will plant more trees while the flowers bloom.
    While the flowers bloom I will plant more trees.
    30s
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