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7th Grade Clauses And Complex Sentences

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7th grade Clauses and Complex sentences
Unit test over Clauses and Complex sentences

  
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1.  Select the letter of the term that identifies each sentence.Both interstate highways and U.S. routes generally run cross-country.
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2.  Select the letter of the term that identifies each sentence.Interstates are bigger than local roads, but local roads are more scenic.
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3.  Select the letter of the term that identifies each sentence.If you travel on state road,  be prepared to travel slowly.
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4.  Select the letter of the term that identifies each sentence.Most commuters take the roads that get them to work fastest.
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5.  Select the letter of the term that identifies each sentence.Local roads usually have many stoplights or stop signs.
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6.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the italicized word(s).Magda is showing her dog at the obedience trials that begin tomorrow.
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7.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the italicized word(s).Because so many dogs were entered, the show will last three days.
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8.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the italicized word(s).Last year, that little sheepdog did whatever his owner told him to do.
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9.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the italicized word(s).That sheep dog will probably win if he enters the show.
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10.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the italicized word(s).Whoever wants to participate in the show must register by today.
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11.  Select the letter of the word that each italicized clause modifies.Althea and her friends enjoy swimming where the water is calm.
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12.  Select the letter of the word that each italicized clause modifies.Swimming holes, which were once very popular, are hard to find now.
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13.  Select the letter of the word that each italicized clause modifies.Gretchen stays out of the ocean if it gets too choppy.
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14.  Select the letter of the word that each italicized clause modifies.My brother goes to the beach whenever the opportunity arises.
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15.  Select the letter of the word stating how each noun clause is used.Martin believes that he will make the soccer team.
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16.  Select the letter of the word stating how each noun clause is used.The best time to do training drills is when everyone else has left.
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17.  Select the letter of the word stating how each noun clause is used.The coaches will send notices to whoever makes the team.
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18.  Select the letter of the word stating how each noun clause is used.However you get to practice is acceptable to Coach Heiden.
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19.  Select the letter of the word stating how each noun clause is used.Friday is when we will make the final team cuts.
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20.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the type of subordinate clause.Frank doesn't understand why Leah hasn't arrived yet.
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21.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the type of subordinate clause.The show, which is supposed to be excellent, starts in five minutes.
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22.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the type of subordinate clause.The Ibsens usually like what this theater presents.
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23.  Select the letter of the term that identifies the type of subordinate clause.The lights dim as the patrons take their seats.
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24.  Please write a paragraph about your latest trip to the zoo.  Include one of each: adjective clause, adverb clause, noun clause as a subject, noun clause as an object of a preposition, noun clause as a predicate noun,  and noun clause as a direct object.
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