GAME NAME:

ENGLISH 7TH GRADE-CHAPTER

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CATEGORY 1

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CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

Explanation

END IT ALREADY!

END IT

ALREADY!

NAME THE CORRECT ENDING

PUNCTUATION.

WHAT KIND OF "ANIMAL" IS

THIS?

KIND OF

"ANIMAL"

NAME THE KIND OF SENTENCE.

COMPLETE

SUBJECT/PREDICATE

SUBJECT

PRED

GIVE THE DIVISION OF THE

COMPLETE SUBJECT AND

PREDICATE.

IT'S SIMPLE, REAL SIMPLE!

IT'S

SIMPLE

NAME THE SIMPLE SUBJECT OF

EACH SENTENCE.

IT'S TWO SIMPLE!

IT'S TWO

SIMPLE!

NAME THE SIMPLE PREDICATE

OF EACH SENTENCE.

I CAN'T FIND IT!

I CAN'T

FIND IT!

NAME THE SIMPLE SUBJECT OF

EACH SENTENCE.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

SHUT THE DOOR

WHAT IS PERIOD (OR

EXCLAMATION)?

WHERE IS FLORENCE ITALY?

WHAT IS

INTERROGATIVE?

THE GAME OF BASEBALL

CAME FROM AN OLD ENGLISH

GAME.

WHAT IS

BASEBALL-CAME?

BLACK POTTERY OF MEXICO

HAS BECOME FAMOUS

AROUND THE WORLD.

WHAT IS POTTERY?

BLACK POTTERY OF MEXICO

HAS BECOME FAMOUS

AROUND THE WORLD.

WHAT IS HAS BECOME?

WHEN IS JAN'S BIRTHDAY?

WHAT IS BIRTHDAY?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THE DOOR IS OPEN

WHAT IS PERIOD?

SHOW ME THE WAY.

WHAT IS IMPERATIVE?

STOOLBALL WAS PLAYED IN

ENGLAND IN THE 1300'S.

WHAT IS

STOOLBALL-WAS?

IT HAS EVEN BEEN SOLD IN

STORES.

WHAT IS IT?

IT HAS EVEN BEEN SOLD IN

STORES.

WHAT IS HAS BEEN?

THERE WILL BE

REFRESHMENTS.

WHAT IS

REFRESHMENTS?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

WHY IS THE DOOR OPEN

WHAT IS QUESTION

MARK?

THE PEOPLE ARE VERY

FRIENDLY.

WHAT IS DECLARATIVE?

NEW ENGLAND COLONISTS

BROUGHT THE GAME TO THE

NEW WORLD.

WHAT IS

COLONISTS-BROUGHT?

THE ZAPOTEC INDIANS APPLIED

DESIGNS ON POTTERY WITH

QUARTZ.

WHAT IS INDIANS?

THE ZAPOTEC INDIANS APPLIED

DESIGNS ON POTTERY WITH

QUARTZ.

WHAT IS APPLIED?

PLEASE COME TO THE PARTY.

WHAT IS YOU?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

THE DOG IS IN THE YARD

WHAT IS PERIOD?

WHAT A GRAND MUSEUM THIS

IS!

WHAT IS EXCLAMATORY?

A PLAYER FROM ONE TEAM

WOULD HIT A BALL WITH A

STICK.

WHAT IS TEAM-WOULD?

EARLY ARTISTS FIRED

POTTERY ON OPEN FIRES.

WHAT IS ARTISTS?

EARLY ARTISTS FIRED

POTTERY ON OPEN FIRES.

WHAT IS FIRED?

IN THE MORNING IS A PARADE.

WHAT IS PARADE?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

WHAT IS IN THE DOG'S MOUTH

WHAT IS QUESTION

MARK?

RAN INTO THE ROOM.

WHAT IS "IT IS NOT A

SENTENCE"?

MEMBERS OF THE OTHER

TEAM THREW THE BALL AT

THE RUNNER.

WHAT IS TEAM-THREW?

THEY USED POTTERY TO

STORE FOOD AND WATER.

WHAT IS THEY?

THEY USED POTTERY TO

STORE FOOD AND WATER.

WHAT IS USED?

THERE IS A POSTER ABOUT

THE EVENTS.

WHAT IS POSTER?

 CATEGORY:   

CONJUNCTIONS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

"BOTH...AND", "NEITHER...NOR",AND "WHETHER...OR" AREEXAMPLES OF THIS TYPE OFCONJUNCTION.  

 Response:   

WHAT IS CORRELATIVECONJUNCTION?

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ENGLISH 7TH GRADE-CHAPTER

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CATEGORY 1

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CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

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CATEGORY

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CATEGORY

Explanation

NOT THIS AGAIN!

NOT THIS

AGAIN!

YEP, NAME THE SIMPLE

SUBJECT AND THE SIMPLE

PREDICATE.

COMPOUND SUBJECT?

COMPOUND PREDICATE?

COM-

POUND

DOES THE SENTENCE CONTAIN

A COMPOUND SUBJECT,

PREDICATE BOTH, OR

IS IT SIMPLE?

IS IT

SIMPLE?

IS THE SENTENCE SIMPLE OR

COMPOUND?

CONJUNCTION JUNCTION

CONJUNC

JUNC

NAME THE CONJUNCTIONS IN

THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES.

F-RO-CS

F-RO-CS

ARE THE FOLLOWING WORD

GROUPS (F) FRAGMENTS, (RO)

RUN-ON, OR (CS) COMPLETE

INTERJECTIONS!

INTER-

JECTION!

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS

ABOUT INTERJECTIONS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE FIRST WOMEN'S RIGHTS

CONVENTION WAS HELD IN

SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK, IN

1848.

WHAT IS

CONVENTION-WAS HELD?

COMPUTERS AND

CALCULATORS CAN BE FOUND

IN MOST OFFICES.

WHAT IS SUBJECT?

SHE HAS GUPPIES, BUT JOSH

HAS A SNAKE.

WHAT IS COMPOUND?

CLOVES AND NUTMEG ARE

AROMATIC SPICES.

WHAT IS AND?

CAN PASS LAWS AND RAISE

TAXES.

WHAT IS FRAGMENT?

INTERJECTIONS USUALLY

APPEAR HERE IN A SENTENCE.

WHAT IS BEGINNING?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

VOTING RIGHTS WERE

DEBATED.

WHAT IS RIGHTS-WERE

DEBATED?

SECRETARIES AND MANAGERS

MUST KNOW HOW TO USE

THEM.

WHAT IS SUBJECT?

THE SNAKE LIVES IN A CAGE

AND EATS MICE.

WHAT IS SIMPLE?

BOTH SUGAR AND SALT

SHOULD BE USED SPARINGLY.

WHAT IS BUT?

NEED PEOPLE TO REPRESENT

THEM IN A DEMOCRACY.

WHAT IS FRAGMENT?

AN INTERJECTION IS

FOLLOWED BY ONE OF THESE

TWO PUNCTUATION MARKS.

WHAT IS COMMA AND

EXCLAMATION POINT?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

IN 1920 THE NINETEENTH

AMENDMENT WAS ADDED TO

THE CONSTITUTION.

WHAT IS

AMENDMENT-WAS ADDED?

SMALL BUSINESSES,

MEDIUM-SIZE COMPANIES, AND

LARGE CORPORATIONS NEED

QUALIFIED PEOPLE.

WHAT IS SUBJECT?

SOME PETS ARE FAMILY

MEMBERS, AND THEY SEEM

ALMOST HUMAN.

WHAT IS COMPOUND?

BOB LIKES CURRY, BUT LILA

PREFERS PEPPER.

WHAT IS BUT?

CONGRESS IS MADE UP OF

TWO HOUSES, THE SENATE

AND THE HOUSE OF

REPRESENTATIVES.

WHAT IS COMPLETE

SENTENCE?

IF A INTERJECTION IS

FOLLOWED BY AN

EXCLAMATION POINT, THEN

THE NEXT WORD BEGINS WITH

THIS TYPE OF LETTER.

WHAT IS CAPITAL?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

DOES YOUR MOM VOTE?

WHAT IS MOM-VOTE?

COMPUTERS ARE FAIRLY EASY

TO LEARN HOW TO USE.

WHAT IS NEITHER?

SNAKES, SPIDERS, AND THINGS

THAT CREEP AND CRAWL ARE

HATED BY MR. FULLMER.

WHAT IS SIMPLE?

BASIL OR THYME IS GOOD ON

FISH.

WHAT IS OR?

BRITAIN HAS A PARLIAMENT IT

IS MADE UP OF TWO HOUSES.

WHAT IS RUN-ON?

IF A INTERJECTION IS

FOLLOWED BY A COMMA,

THEN THE NEXT WORD BEGINS

WITH THIS TYPE OF LETTER.

WHAT IS LOWER-CASE?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

HERE IS THE PLACE TO VOTE.

WHAT IS PLACE-IS?

OFFICE ASSISTANTS NEED

SOME TRAINING BUT CAN

LEARN ON THE JOB.

WHAT IS PREDICATE?

GRACIE IS A FABULOUS DOG,

BUT HER SISTER IS A TERROR!

WHAT IS COMPOUND?

NEITHER SALT NOR PEPPER

SHOULD BE APPLIED TOO

HEAVILY.

WHAT IS NEITHER/NOR?

A LEGISLATURE.

WHAT IS FRAGMENT?

AN INTERJECTION IS A WORD

OR GROUP OF WORDS THAT

DO THIS.

WHAT IS EXPRESS

FEELING?

 CATEGORY:   

CONJUNCTIONS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

"BOTH...AND", "NEITHER...NOR",AND "WHETHER...OR" AREEXAMPLES OF THIS TYPE OFCONJUNCTION.  

 Response:   

WHAT IS CORRELATIVECONJUNCTION?

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