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  1. Around the World Sentence Structure, Clause and Phrase Review Game

  2. Is the following sentenceS, C, CX, or C-CX? • The Beatles arrived in America with great fanfare and celebration.

  3. Simple The Beatles arrived (in America) (with great fanfare and celebration).

  4. S, C, CX, or C-CX • The book Wonder, which teaches compassion through relationships and common experiences, is a compelling coming-of-age story.

  5. Complex • The bookWonder, [which teaches compassion through relationships and common experiences], is a compelling coming-of-age story.

  6. S, C, CX, C-CX • While Kyle prepares the dinner, Mom and I will make the dessert, and then we will feast on this wonderful meal.

  7. C-CX • [While Kyle prepares the dinner], [Mom and I will make the dessert], and [then we will feast (on this wonderful meal)].

  8. S, C, CX, C-CX • Dad and I will attend the Olympics after we save enough money.

  9. Complex • Dad and I will attend the Olympics [after we save enough money.]

  10. S, C, CX, C-CX • All students should prepare for the test on Friday, yet some will not study.

  11. Compound • All students should prepare (for the test) (on Friday), yet some will not study.

  12. What type of phrase is the underlined word group? • Look in the drawer with the brass handle. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  13. Is the underlined word group Dependent or Independent • Although you liked the steak sandwich with lettuce and tomato on it, I enjoyed the steak sandwich with cheese.

  14. Dependent

  15. Is the underlined word group Dependent or Independent • The plants which Mom kept in the greenhouse need watering.

  16. Dependent

  17. Is the underlined word group Dependent or Independent • Because we are going to Chicago in March, it will be vital to pack clothes for cold weather.

  18. Independent

  19. Is the underlined word group a clause or a phrase? • Carol’s expression was too funny for words.

  20. Phrase (prepositional phrase)

  21. Is the underlined word group a clause or a phrase? • Both Wisconsin and Mississippi were named by the Chippewa Indians.

  22. Verb phrase

  23. Is the underlined word group a clause or a phrase? • The elevator ride to the top of the Sears Tower takes 54 seconds.

  24. c. Adjective prepositional phrase

  25. Is the underlined word group a clause or a phrase? • Carly swept the crumbs under the rug.

  26. Clause

  27. Is the underlined word group a clause or a phrase? • The speaker, a famous explorer, told about Papua, New Guinea.

  28. Appositive phrase

  29. Which statement below is NOT TRUE about clauses? • A. A clause will always end with a noun or a pronoun. • B. A clause is a word group with a subject and a verb that may or may not complete a thought. • C. A clause may be main or subordinate. • D. A clause may be independent or dependent.

  30. A. A clause will always end with a noun or a pronoun.

  31. A dependent clause is (or does) all of the following except • A. Subordinate • B. Incomplete in thought • C. Reliant on the main clause • D. Stand alone as a complete thought

  32. D. Stand alone as a complete thought

  33. Which of the following does not explain the pattern of a compound-complex sentence? • A. IC + , + conjunction + IC + DC • B. DC + , + IC + , + conjunction + IC • C. IC + ; + DC + , + IC • D. DC + , + IC + DC

  34. D. DC + , + IC + DC • Dependent Clause + comma + Independent Clause + Dependent Clause = Complex Sentence

  35. Identify the underlined word group. • This song, which was written by Elton John, is upbeat. • A. Adverb Clause • B. Adjective Clause • C. Main Clause 

  36. B. Adjective clause

  37. Pam sat where she could be most comfortable. • A. Adverb Clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  38. A. Adverb clause

  39. Type of Clause… • When we arrived in Seattle, it was very cold. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  40. A. Adverb clause

  41. There was plenty of ribbon because we had saved it from Christmas. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  42. C. Main Clause

  43. I know the book that you are talking about. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  44. B. Adjective clause

  45. Two partridges rose and whirred away as we approached. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  46. A. Adverb clause

  47. Even though we ran several errands before the concert, we arrived on time for the festivities at Olde Towne. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  48. A. Adverb clause

  49. Laura’s the one who telephoned us about the delayed plane at the airport in Chicago. • A. Adverb clause • B. Adjective clause • C. Main Clause

  50. C. Main Clause