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Sentence Quizzes & Trivia

What’s in a sentence? Sometimes one word (“No.” “Who?” “Crap.”) and sometimes a whole slew of them (pick any random page in your favorite James Joyce novel for an example).

A sentence expresses an idea, whether that idea is a question, a statement, a command, or a request, by combining one or more words into a cohesive unit. Do you know how to assemble a finely-crafted sentence? How can you avoid problems like comma splices, run-ons, and sentence fragments?

What’s a clause, and how can you combine two or more together to make a coherent sentence? How do you begin and end a sentence with the correct capitalization and the perfect punctuation? Make sure your writing has all the right stuff going on by taking our quizzes about sentences!
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Simple and compound sentences can be distinguished by the number of independent clauses they have. Having covered these different types of sentences you are now expected to clearly identify them. Take up this practice quiz...

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    Barbara and Joanne whispered and giggled all night.

A sentence is a build-up of many words, and each word carries a meaning, whether it's the subject or a predicate; everything is essential to form a clear sense of what does the sentence means. This quiz is to practice using...

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    The bus slowed and pulled up to the curb in front of a T-shirt shop.


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    If I study, I . . . pass the exam.

The English language is an easy and fun language to learn. There are different ways that you can structure a sentence and get to pass an intended message to the recipient. How good are you at sentence patterns and how they are...

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    Choose the sentence pattern for the following sentence: The restaurant served three kinds of barbeque.

“ ARRANGE THE JUMBLED WORDS INTO PROPER SENTENCES ”

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Want to know how well can you formulate sentences in this simple yet engaging quiz? Take the quiz and use the words in capitals to form a new word that fits into each blank. Share the results with your friends on social media for...

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Have you ever heard of elliptical construction? Elliptical construction is when a word or phrase implied by context is left out of a sentence, possibly because of repetition of a preceding word or phrase. The omission of the...

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Are you able to pass this exam on sentences? This quiz will ask which sentence is correct, and you must determine the validity of each sentence. For example, you could say, “I purchased a stack of notebooks.”...

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Use an imperative to change these sentences!

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You are given a set of words and a sentence created using those words. Can you identify which sentences are constructed correctly? Take the online quiz to test your knowledge and enhance your learning.

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Just like any other language, English too has set of rules required to build grammatically correct sentences. Do you have enough knowledge of English grammar? Let's find out with this fill-in-the-blanks quiz.

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Are you good at building grammatically correct sentences in English? This quiz has the fill-in-the-blanks format of questions, some are checkbox types, and some are radio button options. You will find instructions in the...

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This is a fill-in-the-blanks type of quiz about sentence building. If you have been paying attention to your English grammar skills, you might hit a 100% score on this test. But if you don't know enough about it, you might...

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Do you know how to make grammatically correct sentences? Well, while in your primary school, you must have studied English grammar. With over ten questions, this quiz will test your knowledge of the topic. So, are you ready?

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Can you build grammatically correct sentences? Verbal English is more comfortable than writing. For writing, you need to know the proper use of grammar. This quiz is focused on sentence building. With up to twenty-five...

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There are four types of sentences- The declarative sentence makes a statement. The interrogative sentence asks a question. The exclamatory sentence is a statement that shows strong emotion. And the imperative sentence gives a...

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The study of English grammar deals with more than just words and what order to place them in; it looks at sentences as a whole as well. In fact, you’ll learn today that sentences can be split into several individual...

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