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Quiz for Lessons 391 - 395

Mechanics - Punctuation - Colons

 

Instructions: Place colons where needed.

 

1. Dear Chairman

 

2. There are four classes of poetic meter classified as follows iambic, trochaic, anapestic, and dactylic.

 

3. For this poll we need men, women and children.

 

4. The following are the three football positions that never carry the ball guard, tackle and center.

 

5. The polls close promptly at 800 P.M.

 

6. I just read Job 1414.

 

7. Volume 20 pages 22-28 had the material that I needed.

 

8. Jared showed that he was better prepared He was wearing thermal clothes.

 

9. Have you read The Work and the Glory So Great a Cause?

 

10. Consider Franklin D. Roosevelt's words to Congress "We have had the lesson before us over and over again -- nations that were not ready and were unable to get ready found themselves overrun by the enemy."

 

 

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Answers:

 

1. Dear Chairman:

 

2. There are four classes of poetic meter classified as follows: iambic, trochaic, anapestic, and dactylic.

 

3. No colons needed. They are direct objects.

 

4. The following are the three football positions that never carry the ball: guard, tackle and center.

 

5. The polls close promptly at 8:00 P.M.

 

6. I just read Job 14:14.

 

7. Volume 20: pages 22-28 had the material that I needed.

 

8. Jared showed that he was better prepared: He was wearing thermal clothes.

 

9. Have you read The Work and the Glory: So Great a Cause?

 

10. Consider Franklin D. Roosevelt's words to Congress: "We have had the lesson before us over and over again -- nations that were not ready and were unable to get ready found themselves overrun by the enemy."

 




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