Quizalize logo
placeholder image to represent content

Grammar Challenge: Joining Clauses & Combining Sentence Parts

Quiz by Maggie Hampton

Feel free to use or edit a copy

includes Teacher and Student dashboards

Measure skills
from any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

With a free account, teachers can
  • edit the questions
  • save a copy for later
  • start a class game
  • view complete results in the Gradebook and Mastery Dashboards
  • automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
  • assign as homework
  • share a link with colleagues
  • print as a bubble sheet
18 questions
Show answers
  • Q1
    (Combine each pair of sentences by creating a compound subject, verb, or object) "Ferris wheels can be found in almost every amusement park. Roller coasters can be found in almost every amusement park."
    Ferris wheels and roller coaster can be found in almost every amusement park.
    Ferris wheels can be found in almost every amusement park and roller coasters can be found in almost every amusement park.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q2
    (Combine each pair of sentences by creating a compound subject, verb, or object) Most amusement parks have games. Most also have food stands.
    Most amusement parks have games and food stands.
    Most amusement parks have games but most have food stands.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q3
    (Combine each pair of sentences by creating a compound subject, verb, or object) You can enjoy the rides at an amusement park. You can spend time with your friends at an amusement park.
    You can enjoy the rides at an amusement park when you spend time with your friends at an amusement park.
    You can enjoy the rides and spend time with your friends at an amusement park.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q4
    (Combine each pair of sentences by creating a compound subject, verb, or object) Some amusement parks offer special discounts. Some amusement parks offer two-for-one tickets.
    Some amusement parks offer special discounts and two-for-one tickets.
    Some amusements parks offer special discounts like two-for-one tickets.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q5
    (Combine each pair of sentences by creating a compound subject, verb, or object) When we go to the amusement park, we arrive early. We also stay late.
    When we go to the amusement park, we arrive early, we also stay late.
    When we go to the amusement park we arrive early and stay late.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q6
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) Amusement parks have permanent rides. Traveling carnivals have rides that can be disassembled and moved.
    Amusement parks have permanent rides, but traveling carnivals have rides that can be disassembled and moved.
    Amusement parks have permanent rides so traveling carnivals have rides that can be disassembled and moved.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q7
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) We went to the state fair last year. We wanted to see the 4-H judging.
    We went to the state fair last year because we wanted to see the 4-H judging.
    We went to the state fair last year so we could see the 4-H judging.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q8
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) We left before dawn. The parking area was already crowded when we arrived.
    We left before dawn, but the parking area was already crowded when we arrived.
    We left before dawn so the parking lot was already crowded when we arrived.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q9
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) We left right after lunch. It rained.
    We left right after lunch because it rained.
    We left lunch unless it rained.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q10
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) Next month, we might go to a theme park. We haven't decided which one.
    Next month, we might go to a theme park but we haven't decided which one.
    Next month we might go to a theme park after we haven't decided which one.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q11
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) I want to go to one with lots of rides. My parents want to go to one nearby.
    I want to go to one with lots of rides, and my parents want to go to one nearby.
    I want to go to one with lots of rides, nor do my parents want to go to one nearby.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q12
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) The drive might be long. I think it's worth the time.
    The drive might be long, or I think it's worth the time.
    The drive might be long, but I think it's worth the time.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q13
    (Combine each pair of sentences into a single compound sentence.) There are many reasons to go to a theme park. The main one is to have fun.
    There are many reasons to go to a theme park, but the main one is to have fun.
    There are many reason to go to a theme park, or the main one is to have fun.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q14
    (Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of them into a phrase.) We planned a family outing. It was a trip to the zoo.
    We planned a family outing, it was a trip to the zoo.
    We planned a family outing to the zoo.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q15
    (Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of them into a phrase.) We saw monkeys there. The monkeys were in a large habitat.
    We saw monkeys there, they were in a large habitat.
    We saw monkeys there, the monkeys were in a large habitat.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q16
    (Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of them into a phrase.) We rode the monorail. It went around the park.
    We rode the monorail around the park.
    We rode the monorail, it went around the park.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q17
    (Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of them into a phrase.) The monorail is comfortable and convenient. It is the best way to see the whole park quickly.
    The monorail is comfortable and convenient, it is the best way to see the whole park quickly.
    The monorail is comfortable, convenient, and the best way to see the whole park quickly.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q18
    (Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of them into a phrase.) We saw hundreds of animals. The animals were below the monorail.
    We saw hundreds of animals, the animals were below the monorail.
    We saw hundreds of animals below the monorail.
    30s
    Edit
    Delete

Teachers give this quiz to your class