Fragments

In this lesson we recall our knowledge of what makes a sentence and how missing out key elements of a sentence can cause it to become a fragment.

Video

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Worksheet

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Quiz:

English Grammar Unit 27 - Lesson 1.

Let's check your knowledge of sentences and fragments.

Q1.A sentence must contain...

1/8

Q2.The subject of a sentence is...

2/8

Q3.What is the subject of this sentence: "Even though he had lots of friends, Jacob wished he had a best friend."

3/8

Q4.Which of these does NOT cause a sentence to be called a fragment if the sentence does not include it.

4/8

Q5.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "Despite knowing he was sick."

5/8

Q6.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "Every morning, John and Cara argued."

6/8

Q7.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "The play at nine o'clock."

7/8

Q8.The phrase "Although it was funny." is a fragment. Which of the options below make it a correct sentence?

8/8

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

English Grammar Unit 27 - Lesson 1.

Let's check your knowledge of sentences and fragments.

Q1.A sentence must contain...

1/8

Q2.The subject of a sentence is...

2/8

Q3.What is the subject of this sentence: "Even though he had lots of friends, Jacob wished he had a best friend."

3/8

Q4.Which of these does NOT cause a sentence to be called a fragment if the sentence does not include it.

4/8

Q5.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "Despite knowing he was sick."

5/8

Q6.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "Every morning, John and Cara argued."

6/8

Q7.Which of the statements is true about the following phrase? "The play at nine o'clock."

7/8

Q8.The phrase "Although it was funny." is a fragment. Which of the options below make it a correct sentence?

8/8

Lesson summary: Fragments

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