Dgp Week 10 Quiz

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DGP Week 10 Quiz


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  • 1. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the simple subject in the first clause?

    • A.

      There

    • B.

      Students

    • C.

      Classrooms

    • D.

      Mrs. Smith

    Correct Answer
    B. Students
    Explanation
    The simple subject in the first clause is "students". This is because "students" is the noun that the sentence is mainly about. The sentence is stating that there were no students in any of the classrooms.

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  • 2. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the function of "any"?

    • A.

      Direct object

    • B.

      Simple subject

    • C.

      Predicate nominative

    • D.

      Object of the preposition

    Correct Answer
    D. Object of the preposition
    Explanation
    The function of "any" in this sentence is to modify the preposition "of." It indicates that there were no students in any of the classrooms, emphasizing the lack of students in all the classrooms.

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  • 3. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What type of sentence is this?

    • A.

      Complex, because it has one independent and one dependent clause

    • B.

      Simple, because it has one independent clause

    • C.

      Compound, because it has two independent clauses

    • D.

      Compound-Complex, because it has two independent clauses and one dependent clause

    Correct Answer
    C. Compound, because it has two independent clauses
    Explanation
    This sentence is a compound sentence because it consists of two independent clauses. Each independent clause can stand alone as a complete sentence.

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  • 4. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What part of speech is "outside"?

    • A.

      Adverb

    • B.

      Preposition

    • C.

      Adjective

    • D.

      Conjunction

    Correct Answer
    A. Adverb
    Explanation
    "Outside" is classified as an adverb in this context because it modifies the verb "heard" and provides information about where Mrs. Smith heard the students. It describes the location or position of the action, indicating that the students were not inside the classrooms but rather in a location outside of them.

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  • 5. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the function of "of the classrooms"?

    • A.

      Adverb prepositional phrase

    • B.

      Adverb clause

    • C.

      Adjective prepositional phrase

    • D.

      Adjective clause

    Correct Answer
    C. Adjective prepositional phrase
    Explanation
    The function of "of the classrooms" is to modify the noun "students" by indicating which students were not present. It acts as an adjective because it provides additional information about the noun. The prepositional phrase "of the classrooms" tells us that the students who were not present were specifically the ones in the classrooms.

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  • 6. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the verb tense for the verb in the second clause?

    • A.

      Past perfect

    • B.

      Past infinitive

    • C.

      Past

    • D.

      Present

    Correct Answer
    A. Past perfect
    Explanation
    The verb tense for the verb in the second clause is past perfect. This tense is used to describe an action that happened before another action in the past. In this case, the action of hearing all the students outside (past perfect) happened before the action of there being no students in the classrooms (past).

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  • 7. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside The verb in the first clause is a/an ___.

    • A.

      Action verb that's intransitive

    • B.

      Action verb that's transitive.

    • C.

      Linking verb that's intransitive

    • D.

      Linking verb that's transitive

    Correct Answer
    C. Linking verb that's intransitive
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "linking verb that's intransitive" because the verb "were" is a linking verb that connects the subject "there" with the noun phrase "no students in any of the classrooms." It does not show any action being performed on an object.

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  • 8. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the function of "all"?

    • A.

      Direct object

    • B.

      Object of the preposition

    • C.

      Predicate adjective

    • D.

      Subject

    Correct Answer
    A. Direct object
    Explanation
    The word "all" is functioning as a direct object in this sentence. It is referring to the students and is the receiver of the action "heard." Mrs. Smith heard all of the students outside the classrooms.

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  • 9. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the function of "of them"?

    • A.

      Adjective clause

    • B.

      Adjective prepositional phrase

    • C.

      Adverb clause

    • D.

      Adverb prepositional phrase

    Correct Answer
    B. Adjective prepositional phrase
    Explanation
    "Of them" is functioning as an adjective prepositional phrase in this sentence. It provides additional information about the noun "all" by indicating which specific group of students Mrs. Smith had heard outside. The preposition "of" shows the relationship between "them" (the students) and "all" (the group of students).

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  • 10. 

    There were no students in any of the classrooms and mrs smith had heard all of them outside What is the part of speech of "no"?

    • A.

      Preposition

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Adverb

    • D.

      Adjective

    Correct Answer
    D. Adjective
    Explanation
    The word "no" is an adjective in this context because it is used to modify the noun "students." It indicates the absence or lack of students in the classrooms.

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