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Full Stop

Punctuation
English
Class 8

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Define and identify the use of full stop at the end of sentence.

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Identify the kind of sentences that make use of a full stop at the end.

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence at the underlined point.

He flew to Chicago, after that, he took a car to his parents' house.

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The football players wondered if they would be flying to Germany for a match that summer?

Choose the option that best corrects the underlined word.

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence.

The man took the picture down from the wall, he then cleaned the frame of the picture.

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence at the underlined point.

She called her accountant on Tuesday morning:

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence at the underlined point:
He first painted the walls of the house, then, he painted the roof.

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Choose the option that best corrects the underlined part.

The man at the street corner was holding a bunch of balloons of many different colors.

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The station was a hive of bustling activity; the arrival of the train was the most important event of the day in that remote place.

Choose the option that indicates the error in the sentence.

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence at the underlined point.

One of our best employees was ill;

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Choose the option that best corrects the sentence at the underlined point.

His car was dented in an accident on the highway:

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