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Grade 4 - English Language
2.1 Grammar Review

Directions: Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper:
  • Define the parts of speech and give examples.
  • List commonly used punctuation marks and write example sentences using them.
Answer the following objective questions.

Q 1: The lions roar. The tigers roar. These two sentences may be combined as:
The lions and tigers roar.
They cannot be combined.
The lions roar and the tigers roar.
The lions roar, the tigers roar.

Q 2: I _____ a pencil to school.
bringed
brought
brang

Q 3: What do you do at the beginning of a paragraph?
indent
use italics
add a period

Q 4: When you show excitement, your sentence should end with a(n) _______?
exclamation mark
question mark
comma
period

Q 5: What punctuation goes at the end of a question?
comma
exclamation mark
question mark
period

Q 6: A bird has ____ wings.
too
to
two

Q 7: What is a noun?
descriptive word
a negative word
an action
a person, place, thing, or an idea

Q 8: Select the correct abbreviation for President.
presi.
Pres.
pre.

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