Common Core: Kindergarten English Language Arts : Capitalize the First Word in a Sentence and the Pronoun I: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.2.A

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Example Question #1 : Language

What is incorrect about the sentence below? 

she went to the store. 

Possible Answers:

The word "she" should be capitalized 

The sentence is not complete 

The sentence should end in a question mark

The sentence doesn't not end with punctuation 

Correct answer:

The word "she" should be capitalized 

Explanation:

All sentences must start with a capital letter. The word "she" from the sentence is the first word of the sentence, so "she" should be capitalized. 

This is a complete sentence, and it does end in a period. This sentence is not a question, so the period is the correct ending punctuation. 

"She went to the store."

Example Question #1 : Capitalization, Punctuation, And Spelling: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.K.2

What is incorrect about the sentence below? 

he ran home. 

Possible Answers:

The word "he" should be capitalized 

The sentence doesn't not end with punctuation 

The sentence should end in a question mark

The sentence is not complete 

Correct answer:

The word "he" should be capitalized 

Explanation:

All sentences must start with a capital letter. The word "he" from the sentence is the first word of the sentence, so "he" should be capitalized. 

This is a complete sentence, and it does end in a period. This sentence is not a question, so the period is the correct ending punctuation. 

"He ran home."

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