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MARCH 3, 2023: EDPUZZLE VIDEOS due March 02, 2023: Zero Conditional & Quotation Marks

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  • Q1

    Which is an example of a sentence in the zero conditional? 

    If am tired, I will rest. 

    If I am tired, I rest. 

    I feel tired. 

    30s
  • Q2

    ZERO CONDITIONAL: In sentences in the zero conditional,  which tense is used?

    Simple Present

    Simple Past

    Simple Future

    30s
  • Q3

    ZERO CONDITIONAL:  Can the word ¨if¨ be used at the beginning of the clauses?

    Yes. 

    No.

    30s
  • Q4

    ZERO CONDITONAL:  Can the word ¨if¨ be used to join the two sentences?

    No. 

    Yes. 

    30s
  • Q5

    Why is the ZERO CONDITIONAL used?

    To predict what might happen. 

    To express an opinion.

    To express statements about the real world, such as general truths. 

    30s
  • Q6

    Which is an example of a sentence in the ZERO CONDITONAL?

    I like really cold weather if I can stay inside where it is warm. 

    I like really cold weather, not warm weather. 

    If I can stay inside where it is warm, I will really like cold weather.

    30s
  • Q7

    ZERO CONDITIONAL:  A sentence is also called ... 

    ... an independent clause

    ... a dependent clause

    30s
  • Q8

    ZERO CONDITIONAL:  Which statement is correct?

    A sentence is a complete thought. 

    A sentence is not a complete thought. 

    30s
  • Q9

    ZERO CONDITIONAL:  Which is the correct ending?

    A sentence is an independent clause because ... 

    it can stand alone = it is a complete thought 

    it cannot stand alone = it needs other words to complete it

    30s
  • Q10

    QUOTATION MARKS.  Which quotation is correctly typed?

    "Hello.  My name is Maria".

    "Hello.  My name is Maria.

    "Hello.  My name is Maria."

    45s
  • Q11

    QUOTATION MARKS.  Which quotation is correctly typed?

    "February can be a very cold month in Revere".

    "February can be a very cold month in Revere."

    "February can be a very cold month in Revere.

    45s
  • Q12

    QUOTATION MARKS.  Which quotation is correctly typed?

    "It is unpleasant to walk to school when it is cold".

    "It is unpleasant to walk to school when it is cold.

    "It is unpleasant to walk to school when it is cold."

    45s
  • Q13

    QUOTATION MARKS.  Which quotation is correctly typed?

    "English can be a difficult language to learn if you don't practice speaking it."

    "English can be a difficult language to learn if you don't practice speaking it.

    "English can be a difficult language to learn if you don't practice speaking it".

    45s
  • Q14

    QUOTATION MARKS:  In all the CORRECT examples, the period at the end of the sentence ... 

    ... was before the second quotation marks.

    ... was after the second quotation marks. 

    30s
  • Q15

    QUOTATION MARKS:  In all the CORRECT examples, the second quotation mark ... 

    ... did not appear.

    ... appeared after the period. 

    ... appeared before the period. 

    30s

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