Clause Quizzes

Clause Quizzes & Trivia
You’re going to the library, so … I want to go out tonight, but … She peeked into the shadows under her bed, and then … So what? But what? Then what? Clauses are the individual thoughts in sentences, and combining clauses together lets us create ideas more complicated than what you’d find in a kindergartner’s reading material!

If you know whether to use ‘then’ or ‘than’ when combining two separate ideas into a sentence, if you know how to avoid writing run-ons, and if you appreciate a good independent clause, then you’re in the right place! Take our quiz on clauses and prove once and for all that you know your coordinating conjunctions from the subordinating sort.
You’re going to the library, so … I want to go out tonight, but … She peeked into the shadows under her bed, and then … So what? But what? Then what? Clauses are the individual thoughts in sentences, and combining clauses together lets us create ideas more complicated than what you’d find in a kindergartner’s reading material!

If you know whether to use ‘then’ or ‘than’ when combining two separate ideas into a sentence, if you know how to avoid writing run-ons, and if you appreciate a good independent clause, then you’re in the right place! Take our quiz on clauses and prove once and for all that you know your coordinating conjunctions from the subordinating sort.
You’re going to the library, so … I want to go out tonight, but … She peeked into the shadows under her bed, and then … So what? But what? Then what? Clauses are the individual thoughts in sentences, and combining clauses together lets us create ideas more complicated than what you’d find in a kindergartner’s reading material!

If you know whether to use ‘then’ or ‘than’ when combining two separate ideas into a sentence, if you know how to avoid writing run-ons, and if you appreciate a good independent clause, then you’re in the right place! Take our quiz on clauses and prove once and for all that you know your coordinating conjunctions from the subordinating sort.

Clause Questions


  • Mark the letter of the independent clause in each group.

  • Mark the letter of the independent clause in each group.

  •  Identify the sentence below:2.About seven thousand townspeople gather on February 2 and watch for the famous groundhog.

  • Chose the answer that best fits the sentence.1.People across America have developed an appreciation for mexican food.

  • In a dark and dangerous hallway
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  • Before the next light
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  • Mark the letter of the independent clause in each group.

  •  He works hard every day
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  • Identify each adverb clause and subordinate conjunction.3. You should count your pages before you begin