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Paragraph Writing
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  • Question 1
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    What is a paragraph?

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    A set of words that is complete in itself, containing a subject, verb and object.

    A group of sentences that are all related to one main topic.

    A unit of grammatical organization which traditionally consists of a subject and predicate.

  • Question 2
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    What should a paragraph look like?

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  • Question 3
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    A paragraph should cover ________ topic(s).

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    two

    one

    five

    three

  • Question 4
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    At the beginning of the paragraph, you should ___________, or leave a space.

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    start with a capital letter

    use punctuation

    indent

  • Question 5
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    Indenting means that you ___________.

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    start writing your paragraph on the top line

    writing your paragraph on the back of the paper

    leave space at the beginning of the paragraph

  • Question 6
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    Select the parts of a paragraph:

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    Title

    Topic sentence

    Supporting sentence

    Main topic

    Concluding sentence

  • Question 7
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    What is the first sentence of a paragraph called?

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    The introduction sentence

    The first sentence

    Topic sentence

  • Question 8
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    The _____ express(es) the main idea of the paragraph.

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    supporting sentences

    examples

    topic sentence

    controlling idea

  • Question 9
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    The topic sentence answers one or more questions like why, how, or where.

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    True

    False

  • Question 10
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    What are the two main elements of a topic sentence?

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    examples

    topic

    indention

    controlling idea

  • Question 11
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    Mark the characteristics of the topic sentence:

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    It's the first sentence of a paragraph.

    It contains an example.

    It introduces the main idea of the paragraph.

    It summarizes what the paragraph is about.

    You should include "Dear Sir/Madam,"

  • Question 12
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    Mark the best topic sentence for this paragraph.

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    Canada's president is Justin Trudeau.

    Hello everyone. Canada is amazing.

    There are many reasons why Canada would be the best place to live in.

    It seems to me that there are many places in the world that are better than Canada.

  • Question 13
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    The sentences that tell more about the topic are called _______________.

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    topics

    supporting details

    conclusions

  • Question 14
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    Mark the options that best describe the supporting sentences of a paragraph.

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    They must develop the main topic of the paragraph.

    One supporting sentence is enough.

    They come after the topic sentence, making up the body of the paragraph.

    They are separated by commas.

    They include supporting facts, details and examples.

  • Question 15
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    What are the mistakes in these supporting sentences?

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    Grammar mistakes

    No examples

    Horrible punctuation

    No connectors / bad use of connectors

  • Question 16
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    What are the mistakes in these supporting sentences?

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    Bad punctuation

    The supporting sentences are not related to the topic sentence

    They don't give details

    Wrong use of connectors

  • Question 17
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    What is true about the concluding sentence?

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    It's the last sentence of a paragraph.

    It can introduce a new idea.

    It restates the main idea of the paragraph and summarizes it.

    You can add an example of what you said here.

    A good connector to start it could be "Finally"

  • Question 18
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    Topic Sentence: I play soccer, see my friends, and spend time with my family on the weekend.


    Conclusion Sentence: Sometimes, I go to the park too.


    Choose the best option about the concluding sentence:

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    Good!

    Small detail

    It introduces new idea

    Too similar to the topic sentence

  • Question 19
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    Topic sentence: Although it's not always fun, doing chores is a way I can help my family.

    Concluding sentence: Chores are really boring.


    Choose the best option about the concluding sentence:

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    Good

    Small detail

    It introduces new idea

    Too similar to the topic sentence

  • Question 20
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    Topic sentence: The Main Street Grill has the best burgers in town!

    Concluding sentence: If you're looking for a delicious burger, you might want to try the Main Street Grill.


    Choose the best option about the concluding sentence:

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    Good!

    Small detail

    It introduces new idea

    Too similar to the topic sentence

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