Cards in this guide (20)
Adding the suffix -ine to a root word forms which part of speech
What is the opposite of soothe
The opposite of soothe is irritate, or possibly agitate,
aggravate, or exacerbate.
How many Industrial Design students graduate every year Globally Please give references or links
No way of knowing without checking with every school that has
Hummingbirds and barn swallows migrate each year bluejays live in one place all year
Add a semicolon after year.
The flyer from camp reminded us to bring the following items a sleeping bag extra socks and a warm jacket
This year you will read the following pieces of literature the odyssey by homer romeo and Juliet by William shakespeare a Tale of Two Cities by Charles dickens and animal farm by George Orwell
Add a colon after literature.
The great humorist Will Rogers is famous for saying I never met a man I didn't like
When a backdraft situation exists it is important to
What can be eliminated in. there is a situation that exists that
It is perfectly clear to Ted that he is right
Today's test will cover the following punctuation marks the comma the semicolon and the colon
add a comma after the semicolon.
Which punctuation change will correct this sentence From 800 am until 600 pm Mr Downs sells hardware
From 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., Mr. Downs sells hardware.
add a colon between 6 and 00
What is the noun clause in this sentence- We won't know whom the students chose for cheerleader until Monday morning
The noun clause is "whom the students chose for cheerleader", which is the direct object of the verb "know".
NOTE: The relative pronoun 'whom' is not correct. Although the noun clause is the direct object, the relative pronoun is the subject of the clause. The sentence should read:
We won't know who the students chose for cheerleader until Monday morning?
Which words could be eliminated for a stronger effect the police officer's report is final and conclusive
What is the capitalized verb that agrees in this sentence It RAINS for the whole weekend so the fish were safe for another week
It RAINS for the whole weekend so the fish were safe for another week is not grammatically correct. Rains is present tense; were safe is past tense.
Correct: It rained for the whole weekend so the fish were safe for another week.
When going gets tough tough becomes going
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. When the going
gets rough, the rough get tough.
Mr. Williams thought the puerile behavior of excited adults at ball games should be cause for them to sit in the juvenile section of the stadium.
The underlined portion of the passage is an example of which literary term
Choose the best meaning for this suffix. -phobia
The meaning is "fear of".
What job is the noun clause doing in this sentence The award goes to whoever did the best job.
What is the underlined portion of this reading passage contains an example of which of literary term