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The following is an idiom:
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish.
It's raining cats and dogs.
She sells seashells by the seashore.
"I ate a ton." is an example of:
The following is a proper noun:
An indirect object always requires a:
Which of the following words is an adverb?
The word THROUGH is a:
Which of the following should be capitalized?
Which sentence is in the subjunctive mood?
Hand me that pencil.
I wish that children be given books as gifts.
At noon she will have been reading for an hour.
Commas are always used before:
the person or subject being addressed/spoken to
Which of the following is used in contractions?
_______ and Joe are going to the store.
"It was a wasted day." The word wasted is a:
both an adjective and a participle
If Joe lost his socks, Joe is:
the indirect object
Which sentence is in progressive tense?
She will play volleyball tonight.
She plays volleyball twice a week.
She has been playing volleyball for two years.
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