Quiz: How To Change Sentence Fragments?

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Hello and welcome to this fun quiz based on "how to change sentence fragments". Do you have enough knowledge of English Grammar? If yes, then it's time to answer some hard and typical questions about sentence fragments. Here, we'll be asking you questions about how to frame and change sentence fragments. So, get ready and start answering. Let's see how many correct answers you can give. Good luck with it!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      Mrs. Blanco gone to visit her mother at the hospital.

    • B. 

      Finding a parking space there is usually easy during the week.

    • C. 

      Driving in the city during the evening rush hour.

  • 2. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      To apply for a job at the new store in the mall.

    • B. 

      Asking the interviewer how often he would have to work on weekends.

    • C. 

      Shaking his new boss's hand, Tony knew he would like working there.

  • 3. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      By the time Frances found out how expensive the wallpapering job would be.

    • B. 

      After getting estimates from five contractors, she decided to do the work herself.

    • C. 

      Before picking out an interesting wallpaper pattern that went well with her furniture.

  • 4. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment
    • A. 

      Who borrowed Stefanie's car Saturday night.

    • B. 

      The nineteen-year-old car looked out of place next to the new models.

    • C. 

      Which the salesman was surprised to find in such good shape.

  • 5. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      While waiting for her neighbor to move the car that blocked the driveway.

    • B. 

      To avoid hitting the other car, Michael had to back across the corner of the lawn.

    • C. 

      By making sure that no one will park across the driveway again.

  • 6. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      Because Manuel was sure he had heard the same strange story many months ago.

    • B. 

      Although I will never forget how cold we were when we lost our heat last winter.

    • C. 

      Since Anna wasn't at the meeting, I took notes so that she wouldn't miss anything.

  • 7. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      When my cousin moved to Troy, New York, after he finished school.

    • B. 

      After he went to all the trouble of fixing up his apartment.

    • C. 

      While living there, he made very few friends.

  • 8. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      My brother has been running a charter fishing boat for five years.

    • B. 

      Many of his customers coming back three or four times over the summer.

    • C. 

      His business been so busy that he has very little time for anything else.

  • 9. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      In the hiding place that Carl had been using for years to get away from the noisy house.

    • B. 

      By the time that everyone had quieted down, my favorite television show was over.

    • C. 

      Before planning another family get-together at the already crowded park.

  • 10. 
    Of the three sentences in each group, select the one that is NOT a sentence fragment.
    • A. 

      Although I knew she might wear something outrageous, I was still shocked by her dress.

    • B. 

      Because she didn't want to tell where she had bought the strange outfit.

    • C. 

      When we finally heard that she had made the dress herself.

  • 11. 
     Making up his mind quickly.  Jim ordered two dozen red roses for his wife.
    • A. 

      Complete

    • B. 

      Fragment: dependent; Making up his mind quickly since Jim ordered two dozen red roses for his wife.

    • C. 

      Fragment: -ing; Making up his mind quickly, Jim ordered two dozen red roses for his wife.

  • 12. 
    Cebu Technological University offers many majors in engineering, such as electrical, civil, and mechanical engineering.
    • A. 

      Complete

    • B. 

      Fragment: dependent; Because the Cebu Technological University offers many majors in engineering. Such as electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering.

    • C. 

      Fragment: after thought; Cebu Technological University offers many majors in engineering. Such as electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering.

  • 13. 
    Because the current city policy on housing is incomplete as it stands, we believe the proposed amendments should be passed.
    • A. 

      Complete

    • B. 

      Fragment: dependent; Because the current city policy on housing is incomplete as it stands. We believe the proposed amendments should be passed.

    • C. 

      Fragment: -ing; Because the current city policy on housing is incomplete as it stands, we believe the proposed amendments should be passing.

  • 14. 
    Coach Moyer exemplified her frustrated behavior by walking off the field in the middle of a game, leaving her team at a time when they needed her.
    • A. 

      Complete

    • B. 

      Fragment: dependent; Coach Moyer exemplified her frustrated behavior by walking off the field in the middle of a game, since leaving her team at a time when they needed her.

    • C. 

      Fragment: dependent; Coach Moyer exemplified her frustrated behavior by walking off the field in the middle of a game because leaving her team at a time when they needed her.

  • 15. 
    Since it only attained a speed of about twelve miles an hour.  My old rowboat with its three-horsepower motor seemed like a high-speed job to me.
    • A. 

      Complete

    • B. 

      Fragment: -ing; Since it only attained a speed of about twelve miles an hour, my old rowboat with its three-horsepower motor seemed like a high-speed job to me.

    • C. 

      Fragment: dependent; Since it only attained a speed of about twelve miles an hour, my old rowboat with its three-horsepower motor seemed like a high-speed job to me.

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