What does every sentence need? Object and verb Correct Incorrect Object and verb Subject and verb Correct Incorrect Subject and verb Subject and object Correct Incorrect Subject and object Subject, verb, and object Correct Incorrect Subject, verb, and object Correct! Wrong! Every complete sentence needs a subject and a verb. Which sentence uses a gerund? The store closes soon. Correct Incorrect The store closes soon. The dog barks all day. Correct Incorrect The dog barks all day. Swimming is her favorite activity Correct Incorrect Swimming is her favorite activity He's really good at math. Correct Incorrect He's really good at math. Correct! Wrong! “Swimming” is a gerund because it is derived from the verb “to swim” but functions as the subject of the sentence. What do you call a sentence that gives instructions or commands? Declarative sentence Correct Incorrect Declarative sentence Interrogative sentence Correct Incorrect Interrogative sentence Exclamatory sentence Correct Incorrect Exclamatory sentence Imperative sentence Correct Incorrect Imperative sentence Correct! Wrong! An imperative sentence is a sentence that gives instructions and expresses demands, orders, and requests. Which words are anagrams? "Supermarket" and "marketplace" Correct Incorrect "Supermarket" and "marketplace" "Schoolmaster" and "the classroom" Correct Incorrect "Schoolmaster" and "the classroom" "Childhood" and "adulthood" Correct Incorrect "Childhood" and "adulthood" "Fair" and "fare" Correct Incorrect "Fair" and "fare" Correct! Wrong! An anagram is a word or phrase that is created by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. What kind of nouns need to be capitalized? Reflexive nouns Correct Incorrect Reflexive nouns Proper nouns Correct Incorrect Proper nouns Demonstrative nouns Correct Incorrect Demonstrative nouns Indefinite nouns Correct Incorrect Indefinite nouns Correct! Wrong! Proper nouns are used to describe a specific person, place, or thing. What is the order of a basic sentence? Subject-Object-Verb Correct Incorrect Subject-Object-Verb Subject-Verb-Object Correct Incorrect Subject-Verb-Object Object-Verb-Subject Correct Incorrect Object-Verb-Subject Verb-Subject-Object Correct Incorrect Verb-Subject-Object Correct! Wrong! The order of a basic sentence is subject, then verb, then object. Which term describes a noun that becomes plural by changing its spelling in a way other than adding “s” or “es”? Irregular noun Correct Incorrect Irregular noun Regular noun Correct Incorrect Regular noun Common noun Correct Incorrect Common noun Uncommon noun Correct Incorrect Uncommon noun Correct! Wrong! Irregular nouns are nouns that become plural by changing the spelling in a way other than adding and "s" or "es." (Example: Man/men) Which pair of words are homophones? Trash and garbage Correct Incorrect Trash and garbage Childhood and adulthood Correct Incorrect Childhood and adulthood Silent and listen Correct Incorrect Silent and listen Blue and blew Correct Incorrect Blue and blew Correct! Wrong! Homophones are words that are pronounced the same as other words but have a different spelling and meaning. What can semicolons be used to separate? Two independent clauses Correct Incorrect Two independent clauses An independent clause and a subordinate clause Correct Incorrect An independent clause and a subordinate clause Two subordinate clauses Correct Incorrect Two subordinate clauses None of the above Correct Incorrect None of the above Correct! Wrong! Semicolons can be used to separate two independent clauses. Which is NOT a an abstract noun? Love Correct Incorrect Love Rainbow Correct Incorrect Rainbow Fear Correct Incorrect Fear Democracy Correct Incorrect Democracy Correct! Wrong! Rainbows can be seen, which makes them concrete nouns.