Sentence Practice

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Now that your students have learned simple and compound words, help them learn to put the words together to form cohesive sentences. Sentences can be tough to learn as they involve rules of grammar relating to parts of speech and punctuation. Give your students the opportunity to get sufficient sentence practice using our sentence quiz. The sentence quiz is one of the many grammar quizzes offered on our site to help enhance the literacy abilities of children. Click here to get your kids started on a path of skilled writing!
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Identifying a Simple Sentence Part 1

Identifying a Compound Sentence Part 1

Choosing the Correct End Punctuation Part 1

Identifying Sentences That Use Comma Correctly Part 1

Identifying a Sentence as a Statement, Command, Question, or Exclamation Part 1

Identifying a Sentence as Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, or Exclamatory Part 1

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing a Comma Correctly Part 1

Identifying a Simple Sentence Part 2

Identifying a Sentence as Complete or Incomplete Part 1

Identifying a Compound Sentence Part 2

Identifying Sentences That Use Comma Correctly Part 2

Identifying a Sentence That Uses Apostrophe Correctly Part 1

Identifying the Best Way to Combine Simple Sentences to Form a Compound Sentence

Identifying the Set of Words as Subject or Predicate

Identifying the Simple Subject Part 1

Identifying the Simple Predicate Part 1

Combining Two Simple Sentences to Form a Compound Sentence

Forming Possessive Noun

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing a Comma Correctly Part 2

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing an Apostrophe Correctly Part 1

Identifying a Simple Sentence Part 3

Identifying a Compound Sentence Part 3

Identifying a Sentence as Complete or Incomplete Part 2

Identifying Complex Sentences

Identifying Fragments Part 1

Identifying Run-ons Part 1

Identifying Sentences as Simple, Compound or Complex

Identifying Statement, Command, Question, or Exclamation

Identifying a Sentence as Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, or Exclamatory Part 2

Identifying Group of Words as a Fragment or a Sentence Part 1

Identifying Group of Words as a Run-on or a Sentence Part 1

Identifying Group of Words as a Fragment or Run-on or a Sentence Part 1

Choosing the Correct End Punctuation Part 2

Choosing Sentences Ending with Exclamation Point Part 1

Identifying a Sentence That Uses Apostrophe Correctly Part 2

Identifying Sentences That Use Comma Correctly Part 3

Identifying Correct Use of Period Part 1

Identifying Correct Use of Question Mark Part 1

Identifying Correct Use of Quotation Marks Part 1

Identifying the Subject Part 1

Identifying the Simple Subject Part 2

Identifying the Compound Subject Part 1

Identifying the Subject in a Sentence

Identifying the Subject as Singular or Plural

Identifying the Predicate Part 1

Identifying the Simple Predicate Part 2

Identifying the Compound Predicate Part 1

Identifying the Correctly Written Sentence Part 2

Identifying the Nature of Noun in Bold

Identifying the Verb in a Sentence

Identifying Words as Dependent or Independent Clause Part 1

Identifying Sentences Needing Question Mark Part 1

Put the Correct End Punctuation Part 1

Determining the Position of the Subject Part 1

Determining the Position of the Predicate Part 1

Forming Possessive of Given Noun

Change Run-ons into Complete Sentence Part 1

Subject Verb Agreement

Using the Correct Verb Form to Complete a Sentence

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing an Apostrophe Correctly Part 2

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing a Comma Correctly Part 3

Rewriting Sentences Using Exclamation Point Part 1

Rewriting Sentences Using Quotation Marks

Rewriting a Sentence Correctly Part 1

Identifying a Sentence as Complete or Incomplete Part 3

Identifying Fragments Part 2

Identifying Run-ons Part 2

Identifying a Sentence as a Statement, Command, Question, or Exclamation Part 3

Identifying a Sentence as Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, or Exclamatory Part 3

Identifying Group of Words as a Fragment or a Sentence Part 2

Identifying Group of Words as a Fragment or Run-on or a Sentence Part 2

Identifying Group of Words as a Run-on or a Sentence Part 2

Identifying the Subject Part 2

Identifying the Simple Subject Part 3

Identifying the Compound Subject Part 2

Identifying the Predicate Part 2

Identifying the Simple Predicate Part 3

Identifying the Compound Predicate Part 2

Identifying Words as Dependent or Independent Clause Part 2

Put the Correct End Punctuation Part 2

Subject - Verb Agreement Part 2

Determining the Position of the Subject Part 2

Determining the Position of the Predicate Part 2

Change Fragments into Complete Sentence Part 2

Change Run-ons into Complete Sentence Part 2

Identifying a Sentence as Complete or Incomplete Part 4

Choosing Sentences Ending with Exclamation Point Part 2

Identifying Sentences Needing Question Mark Part 2

Identifying a Sentence as a Statement, Command, Question, or Exclamation Part 4

Identifying a Sentence as Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative, or Exclamatory Part 5

Identifying a Sentence That Uses Apostrophe Correctly Part 3

Identifying Sentences That Use Comma Correctly Part 4

Identifying Correct Use of Period Part 2

Identifying Correct Use of Question Mark Part 2

Identifying Correct Use of Quotation Marks Part 2

Identifying the Subject Part 3

Identifying the Simple Subject Part 4

Identifying the Compound Subject part 3

Identifying the Predicate Part 3

Identifying the Simple Predicate Part 4

Identifying the Compound Predicate Part 3

Identifying the Nature of the Noun in a Sentence

Put the Correct End Punctuation Part 3

Forming Possessive Nouns | Language Arts

Determining the Position of the Subject Part 3

Determining the Position of the Predicate Part 3

Using the Punctuation Marks Correctly

Using Quotation Marks Correctly in a Sentence

Using Apostrophe Correctly in a Sentence

Subject - Verb Agreement Part 3

Rewriting Sentences Using Exclamation Point Part 2

Rewriting a Sentence by Placing a Comma Correctly Part 3