USUS UKUKIndiaIndia
Grade 2 Language - Complete Simple and Compound Sentences
Was the flowers full of garden. This sentence isn't right. Do you know what it should be?

Grade 2 Language - Complete Simple and Compound Sentences

This English Language quiz is called 'Complete Simple and Compound Sentences' and it has been written by teachers to help you if you are studying the subject at elementary school. Playing educational quizzes is an enjoyable way to learn if you are in the 1st or 2nd grade - aged 6 to 8.

It costs only $12.50 per month to play this quiz and over 3,500 others that help you with your school work. You can subscribe on the page at Join Us

Whenever we write, we should always read through our work. Sometimes we miss punctuation or words, add words twice or the sentence just doesn’t make sense. Play this quiz and see how good you are at sentences.

To see a larger image, click on the picture.

1.
Which sentence is missing a word?
My television used to be black and white but now it's in color.
My television used to be black and white but now in color.
My television used to be really heavy but now it's flat screen.
My television is my favorite object in my living room.
The word we are missing is 'it's'. The first answer is the correct sentence. Televisions first went on sale in the late 1920s.
2.
Which sentence isn't missing any words?
Rome capital.
Building started in.
Romulus and were the sons.
This is the colosseum.
If a sentence has missing words it can lose all sense and be difficult to understand.
3.
shelf, they, going, make, to, are, a. These words are in a muddle but which one would be the last word in the sentence?
they
make
are
shelf
The sentence is: 'They are going to make a shelf.'
4.
help, clocks, us, time, tell, the, to. These words are in a muddle but which one would be the first word in the sentence?
Clocks
Time
Help
Us
The sentence is: 'Clocks help us to tell the time.'
5.
Put these words in order so that they make a sentence: a took She picture.
took a picture she
picture she took a
She picture a took
She took a picture.
To help you put the words in order, you should read each sentence out loud. You should also read aloud the sentences you write.
6.
Put these words in order so that they make a sentence: joined I dance class. a
dance class a I joined.
I joined a dance class.
I joined dance a class.
I dance joined a class
The word 'I' is always written as a capital letter but in this instance, it does also show the beginning of the sentence.
7.
Put these words in order so that they make a sentence: eating I pepperoni love pizza.
I love eating pepperoni pizza.
I love pepperoni pizza eating.
I love eating pizza pepperoni.
I love pizza pepperoni eating.
Pepperoni is a type of sausage.
8.
What should be added to complete the sentence?
Mary fell asleep and …
did her homework.
she woke up early the next morning.
ran a mile.
to ask a question.
This makes sense and is a good part to make a compound sentence.
9.
What should be added to complete the sentence?
Kevin wants to …
go to the park.
and eat a hamburger.
but cries a lot.
Bob will see a movie.
This completes a simple sentence.
10.
What should be added to complete the sentence?
Many people should watch the news, but….
Karen will ask her mother.
to see good things happening.
is Molly ready for school.
a few people actually do.
This completes the sentence and it makes sense.
Author:  Finola Waller

© Copyright 2016-2019 - Education Quizzes
TJS - Web Design Lincolnshire
View Printout in HTML

Valid HTML5

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better.

To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent - I agree - No thanks - Find out more