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Unit 5 English Review

Quiz by Laura Burke

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    Correct this sentence - " Come to our tea party"
    Come to our tea party.
    Come to our tea party?
    Come to our tea party!
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  • Q2
    Correct this sentence - "didn't you receive an invitation"
    Didn't you receive an invitation,
    Didn't you receive an invitation?
    Didn't you receive an invitation!
    Didn't you receive an invitation.
    60s
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  • Q3
    Fix the capitals - First, jane franklin arrived with her father
    Jane Franklin
    Jane Franklin, Father
    jane Franklin
    Jane franklin
    60s
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  • Q4
    Fix the capitals - The guest of honor, dr. w. d. may, arrived next.
    Dr. , May
    W.D. May
    Dr. W. D. May
    Guest of Honor, Dr.
    60s
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  • Q5
    Fix the capitals - At noon, mother announced lunch.
    Lunch
    Mother
    Mother, Lunch
    Noon
    60s
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  • Q6
    Fix the capitals - French people celebrate bastille day on july 14.
    Day, July
    Bastille Day; July
    Bastille, July
    July
    60s
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  • Q7
    Fix the capitals - Members visited mont blanc, a mountain in france.
    Blanc, France
    France
    Mont Blanc
    Mont Blanc, France
    60s
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  • Q8
    What is the abbreviation for Doctor?
    Dr.
    dr.
    DCTR.
    Doc.
    60s
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  • Q9
    What is the abbreviation for Post Office?
    P.O.
    p.o.
    Pst. Off.
    Pst. O.
    60s
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  • Q10
    Pick the choice that has the correct use of commas: "Oscar Ann and Lamar put on a play."
    Oscar, Ann, and Lamar put on a play.
    Oscar, Ann, and, Lamar put on a play.
    Oscar Ann, and Lamar, put on a play.
    Oscar Ann and Lamar put, on a play.
    60s
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  • Q11
    Pick the choice that has the correct use of commas: "The play was funny interesting and enjoyable."
    The play was funny, interesting, and, enjoyable.
    The play was funny, interesting, and enjoyable.
    The play, was funny, interesting, and enjoyable.
    The play was funny interesting, and enjoyable
    60s
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  • Q12
    Pick the choice that has the correct use of commas: "Do you feel better Isabel than you did yesterday?"
    Do you feel better Isabel than you did, yesterday?
    Do you, feel better, Isabel, than you did yesterday?
    Do you feel better Isabel, than you did yesterday?
    Do you feel better, Isabel, than you did yesterday?
    60s
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  • Q13
    Pick the choice that has the correct use of commas: "Well I'll look forward to seeing you."
    Well I'll look forward to seeing, you.
    Well I'll look forward, to seeing you.
    Well I'll, look forward to seeing you.
    Well, I'll look forward to seeing you.
    60s
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  • Q14
    Pick the choice with the right quotation marks: Look out for the car! shouted Pilar.
    "Look out for the car! shouted Pilar."
    "Look out" for the car! shouted Pilar.
    "Look out for the car!" shouted Pilar.
    Look out for the car! " shouted Pilar."
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  • Q15
    Pick the choice with the right quotation marks: Pilar asked, Didn't you see it?
    Pilar asked, "Didn't you" see it?
    Pilar asked, "Didn't you see it?"
    "Pilar asked, Didn't you see it?"
    "Pilar asked," Didn't you see it?
    60s
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  • Q16
    Pick the choice with the right quotation marks: Vera answered that she was daydreaming.
    Vera answered that "she was daydreaming."
    Correct as it is
    "Vera answered that she was daydreaming."
    Vera answered "that she was daydreaming."
    60s
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  • Q17
    Correct each punctuation: Where are my fiddlers three asked Old King Cole.
    Where are my fiddlers three. asked Old King Cole.
    "Where are my fiddlers three?" asked Old King Cole.
    Where are my fiddlers three! asked Old King Cole.
    "Where are my fiddlers three? asked Old King Cole."
    60s
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  • Q18
    Correct each punctuation: Little Miss Muffet exclaimed these curds taste awful
    "Little Miss Muffet exclaimed, these curds taste awful!"
    Little Miss Muffet exclaimed, "These curds taste awful!"
    Little Miss Muffet exclaimed, "these curds taste awful?"
    Little Miss Muffet exclaimed "these curds taste awful."
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  • Q19
    What is the correct way to write the book title "number the stars"?
    Number the stars
    Number the Stars
    number the Stars
    Number The Stars
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  • Q20
    Fix the sentence: "It was brilliant. it was funny. It was popular."
    Correct as it is.
    It was brilliant it was funny it was popular.
    It was brilliant,funny, and popular.
    It was brilliant funny and popular.
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