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Prep. II Brainbuster Crossword Test

Prof. David Somerfleck

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3.A punctuation mark (,) used to indicate a separation of ideas or of elements within a portion of writing.
5.A modifying clause or phrase placed so awkwardly as to create ambiguity or misunderstanding.
11.A sentence of two or more coordinate independent clauses, often joined by a conjunction or conjunctions.
12.The part of speech that is used to name a person, place, or thing.
13.A word or phrase placed typically before a substantive and indicating the relation of that substantive to a verb, adjective, or another substantive. Examples: "at," "by," "with," "from," "in regard to."
15.The part of speech that serves to connect words, phrases, clauses, or sentences.
16.The part of speech that modifies a verb, adjective, or other word.
17.The part of speech that expresses existence, action, or occurence.
18.A section of writing consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story.
1.A section or type of writing illustrating than an action or event will produce a certain folliwing event or sequence.
2.A punctuation mark (:) used after a word introducing a quotation, explanation, or a list.
4.A distinctive division of written or printed matter that begins a new, usually independent, section.
6.A group of words containing a subject and a predicate and forming part of a compound or complex sentence.
7.A word, phrase, or clause that limits or qualifies the sense of another word or word group.
8.An ungrammatical construction in which two or more independent clauses are improperly joined without a conjunction or appropriate punctuation.
9.A type of essay in which a thing, word, procedure, object or event is concisely explained in detail throughout the essay.
10.A mark of punctuation (;) used to connect independent clauses.
14.The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases, clauses, or sentences.

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