Comma Worksheets To Print:
Topic Quiz - Teachers might need to review a few grammar terms before attempting this one.
Appositives - When you positively have to clear up a noun, this is the guy!
Coordinate Adjectives - Coordinate adjectives are adjectives that describe the same noun and are equal in importance.
Coordinate Adjectives - Write two sentences for each prompt. Use non-coordinate (NCA) adjectives for the first sentence.
Mild Interjections - An interjection is a word or group of words used to express strong feelings or surprise.
What's Missing - The sentences below do NOT contain coordinate adjectives Rewrite each sentence, substituting a coordinate adjective for each non-coordinate adjective.
Use It - Rewrite to correct the sentences as needed.
Conjunctions - Combine each pair of sentences using conjunctions.
Introductory Phrases - Students learn how to add an introductory element to form well thought out text.
Using Interjections - An interjection expresses strong feelings or surprise. An interjection sometimes introduces a sentence.
The Rules - Use your knowledge of punctuation to complete these sentences.
Correcting the Splice - A comma splice is a kind of run-on sentence that happens when two independent clauses are connected.
Using Apppositives - An appositive is a noun phrase that restates the noun. Use an appositive to add additional information or to clarify which noun is intended.
Review - This is an exercise in sentence writing.
Review #2 - This is a more difficult version of the first worksheet.
Writing With Commas - : Put a check mark next to the sentences that are correct. Rewrite the sentences that are not.
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