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  1. The Editing Game! Can I play, too? That sounds like fun!

  2. The Editing Game • Directions: Find the mistakes in the blue sentences or paragraphs. Choose A, B, C, or D for your answer.

  3. The jaguar are a mammal that lives in rainforests. • A. The jaguar is a mammal that lives in rainforests. • B. The jaguars are a mammal that lives in rainforests. • C. The jaguars is a mammal that live in rainforests. • D. As it is.

  4. The jaguar are a mammal that lives in rainforests. • A. The jaguar is a mammal that lives in rainforests.

  5. Harry Potter is a young man with many intristing talents. • A. “Harry potter is a young man with many interisting talents.” • B. Harry Potter is a young man with many interesting talants. • C. Harry Potter is a young man with many interesting talents. • D. As it is.

  6. Harry Potter is a young man with many intristing talents. • C. Harry Potter is a young man with many interesting talents.

  7. What is your favorite animal asked Mrs. Fox • A. What is your favorite animal asked Mrs. Fox? • B. “What is your favorite animal,” asked Mrs. Fox? • C. “What is your favorite animal?” asked Mrs. Fox. • D. As it is.

  8. What is your favorite animal asked Mrs. Fox • C. “What is your favorite animal?” asked Mrs. Fox.

  9. Is Peanut Butter really a Groundhog? • A. Is Peanut Butter really a groundhog? • B. “Is Peanut Butter really a groundhog?” • C. Is Peanut butter really a groundhog? • D. As it is.

  10. Is Peanut Butter really a Groundhog? • A. Is Peanut Butter really a groundhog?

  11. One reason to write is to persuade someone to do something. • A. One write reason is to persuade someone to do something. • B. On reason to right is to persuade some one to do some thing. • C. On reason to write is to pursade someone to do something. • D. As it is.

  12. One reason to write is to persuade someone to do something. • D. As it is.

  13. Pat ate choclat ice cream after lunch. 1 2 3 4 • Which word is written incorrectly? • A. 1. • B. 2 • C. 3 • D. 4

  14. Pat ate choclat ice cream after lunch. 1 2 3 4 • B. 2

  15. That red thing is Phils sweater. 1 2 3 4 • Which word is written incorrectly? • A. 1 • B. 2 • C. 3 • D. 4

  16. That red thing is Phils sweater. 1 2 3 4 • C. 3

  17. I was thanking about your dog. 1 2 3 4 • Which word is written incorrectly? • A. 1 • B. 2 • C. 3 • D. 4

  18. I was thanking about your dog. 1 2 3 4 • B. 2

  19. I really wan’t to go to Richmond. 1 2 3 4 • Which word is written incorrectly? • A. 1 • B. 2 • C. 3 • D. 4

  20. I really wan’t to go to Richmond. 1 2 3 4 • A. 1

  21. What where you doing yesterday?1 2 3 4 • Which word is written incorrectly? • A. 1 • B. 2 • C. 3 • D. 4

  22. What where you doing yesterday?1 2 3 4 • B. 2

  23. Christina shouted “I want my mommy,” • A. Christina shouted, “I want my mommy!” • B. “Christina shouted I want my mommy!” • C. “I want my mommy,” Shouted Christina. • D. As it is.

  24. Christina shouted “I want my mommy,” • A. Christina shouted, “I want my mommy!”

  25. Gato is the Spanish word for cat. • A. Gato is the spanish word for cat. • B. Gato word is spanish for cat. • C. gato is the Spanish word for cat. • D. As it is.

  26. Gato is the Spanish word for cat. • D. As it is.

  27. Mr. Quimby is a teacher. What kind of noun is the word teacher in this sentence? • A. Proper noun. • B. Common noun. • C. Possessive noun. • D. Plural noun.

  28. Mr. Quimby is a teacher. • B. Common noun.

  29. Yestreday, the bell ringed at 3:00. • A. Yesterday, the bell rings at 3:00. • B. Yestreday, the bell rang at 3:00. • C. Yesterday, the bell rang at 3:00. • D. As it is.

  30. Yestreday, the bell ringed at 3:00. • C. Yesterday, the bell rang at 3:00.

  31. My dog just had puppies! Exclaimed Joey! • A. “My dog just had puppies, exclaimed Joey! • B. “My dog just had puppies!” Exclaimed Joey. • C. “My dog just had puppies!” exclaimed Joey. • D. As it is.

  32. My dog just had puppies! Exclaimed Joey! • C. “My dog just had puppies!” exclaimed Joey.

  33. Tomorrow is Saturday February 16 2002. • A. Tomorrow is Saturday, February 16, 2002. • B. Tomorrow is Saturday. February 16 2002. • C. Tomorrow is Saturday February 16, 2002. • D. As it is.

  34. Tomorrow is Saturday February 16 2002. • A. Tomorrow is Saturday, February 16, 2002.

  35. 1. John played with Legos. 2. Tyler played with Legos. What is the best way to combine sentences 1 & 2? • A. John played with Legos and Tyler played with Legos. • B. John and Tyler played with Legos. • C. John played with Legos but Tyler played with Legos. • D. These sentences should not be combined.

  36. 1. John played with Legos. 2. Tyler played with Legos. • B. John and Tyler played with Legos.

  37. Mom ____ Dad agreed that I could only have one pet. • Which conjunction should go in the blank. • A. and • B. or • C. but • D. There is no such thing as a conjunction.

  38. Mom ____ Dad agreed that I could only have one pet. • A. and

  39. I want a cat ____ my sister wants a dog. • Which conjunction fits best in the blank. • A. and • B. or • C. but • D. There is no such thing as a conjunction.

  40. I want a cat ____ my sister wants a dog. • C. but

  41. Mom said we had to agree on either a cat ____ a dog. • Which conjunction fits best in the blank. • A. and • B. or • C. but • D. There is no such thing as a conjunction.

  42. Mom said we had to agree on either a cat ____ a dog. • B. or

  43. Who’se book is that wondered Mitchell? • A. “Who’se book is that?” Wondered Mitchell. • B. “Whose book is that?” wondered Mitchell. • C. “Whoose book is that?” wondered Mitchell. • D. As it is.

  44. Who’se book is that wondered Mitchell? • B. “Whose book is that?” wondered Mitchell.

  45. “Is that you’re book? he asked.” • A. “Is that you’re book?” he asked. • B. “Is that your book? He asked. • C. “Is that your book?” he asked. • D. As it is.

  46. “Is that you’re book? he asked.” • C. “Is that your book?” he asked.

  47. “Maybe it is they’re book,” suggested Angie. • A. “Maybe it is their book,” suggested Angie. • B. “Maybe it is thier book,” suggested Angie. • C. “Maybe it is there book,” suggested Angie.

  48. “Maybe it is they’re book,” suggested Angie. • A. “Maybe it is their book,” suggested Angie.

  49. The dog wagged its tail. • A. The dog wagged it’s tail. • B. The dog wagged its tale. • C. The dog wagged it’s tale. • D. As it is.

  50. The dog wagged its tail. • D. As it is.