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  1. PREPARE FOR Prepositions!!! • Directions: This quiz consists of 10 questions. Read each question and click the arrow next to the appropriate answer of your choice. If your answer choice is correct it will move you to the next question. If not you will be prompted to try again. Take your time, move at your own pace, and good luck. Click the yellow “Begin Quiz” button when ready to begin taking the quiz. Begin Quiz Home Page

  2. What do all prepositions have in common? • They all begin with prepositions • They all begin with adjectives • They all begin with adverbs • They all begin within nouns or pronouns Home Page

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  5. What does a preposition show? • The action taken by a noun or pronoun • The relationship between a verb and its object • The relationship between a noun or a pronoun and another word in the sentence • The relationship between an adjective and a noun, or and adverb and verb Home Page

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  8. Which of the following words is a preposition? • And • Run • His • Through Home Page

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  11. Which of the following sentences includes a prepositional phrase? • I am a football player. • He kicked the football. • He kicked the football between the goalposts • Our team scored three points. Home Page

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  14. How is an adjective phrase different from an adverb phrase? • An adjective phrase describes a action; an adverb phrase describes a person, place, or thing • An adjective phrase modifies an adjective; an adverb modifies an adverb • An adjective phrase modifies a noun; an adverb phrase modifies a verb • An adjective phrase contains a pronoun; an adverb phrase does not Home Page

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  17. Which of the following phrases does not include a prepositional phrase? • Rita walked all the way home. • Rita walked over the hill. • Rita walked through the woods. • Rita walked next to the river. Home Page

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  20. What is the object of the prepositional phrase, “Cassie walked over the bridge?” • Cassie • walked • over • bridge Home Page

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  23. How many prepositions are contained in the phrase, “over the river and through the woods?” • Zero • One • Two • Three Home Page

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  26. Which of the following sentences contains a prepositional phrase that modifies “dog”? • The dog barks as loud as it can. • The dog by the fence belongs to my neighbor. • The dog plays with its friends. • The dog cannot leave the yard. Home Page

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  29. What is the prepositional phrase in the sentences, “The cheetah is the fastest animal in the world?” • The cheetah is • The fastest • Land animal in • In the world Home Page

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  32. The END!!!!!!!!!