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  1. Around the World Clause and Phrase Review Game

  2. Which of the following is a true statement about prepositional phrases? • A. Prepositional phrases begin with a preposition and end with a verb phrase. • B. Prepositional phrases must contain adverbs and adjectives as modifiers. • C. Prepositional phrases act like single word adjectives and adverbs, and they relate to another word in the sentence. • D. Prepositional phrases will always contain a verb.

  3. C. Prepositional phrases act like single word adjectives and adverbs, and they relate to another word in the sentence.

  4. Choose the correct preposition to complete the prepositional phrase below. • Mr. Robinson resides ____ Pear Orchard Road. • Beside • Below • On • About

  5. C. On

  6. I sat ____ the stream as I read a delightful poem. • A. By • B. Around • C. In addition to • D. Without

  7. A. By

  8. ____ to science and social studies, Mary also enjoys studying mathematics and English. • A. Between • B. During • C. Next to • D. In addition to

  9. D. In addition to

  10. 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

  11. D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  12. Although you liked the steak sandwich with lettuce and tomato on it, I enjoyed the steak sandwich with cheese. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  13. C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase

  14. The plants in the greenhouse need watering. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  15. C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase

  16. Some of the books on the table are Kim’s. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  17. C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase

  18. Carol’s expression was too funny for words. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  19. D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase • (It modifies the predicate adjective funny.)

  20. Both Wisconsin and Mississippi were named by the Chippewa Indians. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  21. a. Verb phrase

  22. The elevator ride to the top of the Sears Tower takes 54 seconds. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  23. c. Adjective prepositional phrase

  24. Carly swept the crumbs under the rug. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  25. d. Adverb prepositional phrase

  26. The speaker, a famous explorer, told about Papua, New Guinea. • A. Verb phrase • B. Appositive Phrase • C. Adjective Prepositional Phrase • D. Adverb Prepositional Phrase

  27. b. Appositive phrase

  28. 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.

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

  30. 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

  31. D. Stand alone as a complete thought

  32. Which of the following does not describe 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

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

  34. Identify the underlined word group. • This song, which was written by Elton John, is upbeat. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  35. D. Adjective clause

  36. Pam sat where she could be most comfortable. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  37. B. Adverb clause

  38. When we arrived in Seattle, it was very cold. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  39. B. Adverb clause

  40. There was plenty of ribbon because we had saved it from Christmas. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  41. b. Adverb clause

  42. I know the cave that you are talking about. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  43. d. Adjective clause

  44. Two partridges rose and whirred away as we approached. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  45. b. Adverb clause

  46. We arrived on time for the basketball game at Olde Towne. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  47. a. Adverb phrase

  48. Laura’s the one who telephoned us about the delayed plane at the airport in Chicago. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause

  49. d. Adjective clause

  50. Laura’s the one who telephoned us about the delayed plane at the airport in Chicago. • A. Adverb phrase • B. Adverb clause • C. Adjective phrase • D. Adjective clause