Fill in the correct form of the verb “realize” in the following sentences:
Yesterday, we ——- too late that we forgot the sunscreen.
I ——— this is a mistake.
Any moment now, Sam ———- he’s getting sunburned.
Identify the nouns in the following sentence: “The treasurer must complete the budget by April.”
Select either who or whom for the following sentences:
Last week, who whom brought the tea to the barbeque?
who whom did my brother spill his tea on?
Then who whom cleaned it up?
Identify which indefinite article (a / an) each of the following nouns require:
Fill in the correct pronouns (its / their) for the following sentences:
My little brother’s baseball team just won —- first game.
The audience cheered —- loudest.
The players all played —– best.
Select the correct modifiers for the following sentences: (Well, bad, badly, good)
My coach says that good well bad badly soccer players practice every day.
However, good well bad badly soccer players never practice.
Our team lost 10 to 0 yesterday because we played good well bad badly .
I feel I played good well bad badly today; I didn’t let a single goal in!
Which of the following sentences correctly use commas after prepositional phrases?
The birds were singing, in the forest.
During the week I get coffee most days.
Until next year, the election will be all over the news.
As predators, cats are very deadly; some successfully catch up to 75% of the prey they pursue every night.
Select the sentence below that utilizes consistent verb tense:
Gerald will look for a place to live, so he submitted an application to a local apartment complex.
I did not fall for the scam because I am not born yesterday.
I suspected that Lily is up to her old tricks again.
I bought raspberries yesterday when I went to the market.
Select the prepositional phrases that appear in the following sentence:
In March, the speed of development in our company far exceeds our previous records.
in our company
our previous records