By Rosemary Hug

Millikens new Assessing Language sequence for Grades 4-8 provides academics a wealthy number of reproducible standards-based exams. every one publication comprises fifty six grade-appropriate worksheets appropriate for tracking ability retention in addition to perform and reinforcement.

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Mr. Rodgers, the TV personality, delighted children over the years. 5. Rasheed, the new student, makes friends easily. II. Rewrite the following sentences and change each nonrestrictive clause to an appositive. 1. Sandy and Sharon, who are sisters, toured Greece last summer. ______________________________________________________________________ 2. Patrick's car, which is an expensive SUV, was stolen from the front of his house. ______________________________________________________________________ 3.

Infinitive) 6. (infinitive) © Milliken Publishing Company 53 MP3514 Assessing Language: Grade 7 Name Period Date Score Clauses A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a predicate. The main clause (independent clause) expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a complete sentence. EXAMPLES: I went to the mall. Polly exercises every day. A subordinate clause (dependent clause) does not express a complete thought and must be attached to a main clause. EXAMPLES: I met Margaret when I went to the mall.

Has seen; 10. had gone. Page 30 — Adverbs Answers I: a. 1 d. 1 g. 3 b. 1 e. 2 h. 2 c. 2 f. 2 i. 1 Answers II: Sentences will vary, but they must contain the verb as follows: 1. see; 2. snapped; 3. taught; 4. was; 5. brought; 6. send; 7. am; 8. washed; 9. threw; 10. march; 11. had eaten; 12. am allowed. Page 27 — Adjectives Answers: 1. Three small mud (2–1–1) 2. faithful his bushy (1–3–1) 3. fancy gentle (1–1) 4. Gold silver their (1–1–3) 5. bridal filmy mint-green (1–1–1) 6. old many cold (1–2–1) 7.

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