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[1-20] 1000 English Grammar Test Practice Questions
Foresman Scott. Grammar and Writing Practice Book. Grade 1. Reading Street
The school! A teached C learned B learns D taught. The book had pictures of bees. George writes stories on her typewriter.
While Jack slept, a lizard crawled over his legs. Subject pronouns replace nouns that are used as subjects in a sentence! A statement. The gardener has set out tulip bulbs.
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Grammra has a lot of jobs to do! Writing Sentences: School. Ask your child to find an example of each kind of sentence in a favorite book! Have the dogs gone to obedience school.
Lesson 5 1 Eric watched the news on TV. You spoke to him practife. Which sentence has a correct future-tense verb. Which abbreviation could go in the blank in Sentence 1.Papa wasn t at practie shop? Which word should replace the abbreviation in Sentence 3. Look at me go 2. He helps the school with a bicycle safety program.
Which sentence has a pff noun that should be capitalized. She visited a friend. Get into Grammar: Fill in the Verb. What is your favorite animal.