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Q.1. Underline what the speaker said and write in the missing quotation marks.
1. James said, I want another game for my birthday!
2. Oh no! There is a fly in my ice cream! yelled Gina.
3. What time is it? asked Fred.
4. I want more milk, please, said the boy as he looked up.
5. I am late again! complained Julia.
6. The woman asked, Do you have this blouse in a size medium?
7. Where should I park? dad asked.
8. Mark answered, The answer is four.
9. Take your umbrella, mother said. It’s going to rain.
10. What is 2 + 2? the teacher asked.

Worksheet - Punctuation Notes | EduRevAns.
1. James said, “I want another game for my birthday!
2.Oh no! There is a fly in my ice cream!” yelled Gina.
3.What time is it?” asked Fred.
4.I want more milk, please,” said the boy as he looked up.
5.I am late again!” complained Julia.
6. The woman asked, “Do you have this blouse in a size medium?
7.Where should I park?” dad asked.
8. Mark answered, “The answer is four.”
9.Take your umbrella” mother said. “It’s going to rain.”
10.What is 2 + 2?” the teacher asked.

Q.2. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
1. _______
a. John asked, “What time is it?”
b. “John asked, What time is it?”
c. John asked: “What time is it?” 

2. _______
a. “Bill told his sister get out of my room!”
b. Bill told his sister, “Get out of my room!”
c. Bill told his sister “Get out of my room!”

3. _______
a. “There is no more toothpaste” mentioned Laura.
b. “There is no more toothpaste mentioned Laura.”
c. “There is no more toothpaste,” mentioned Laura

4. _______
a. Mom asked, “When are you coming home?”
b. Mom asked: “When are you coming home?”
c. “Mom asked, when are you coming home?”

5. _______
a. That is too easy! Said Ralynn.
b. “That is too easy!” said Ralynn.
c. “That is too easy! Said Ralynn.”

6. _______
a. Jacob said: “We need more tape.”
b. Jacob said “We need more tape.”
c. Jacob said, “We need more tape.”

7. _______
a. “What time does the movie start at?” asked Carol.
b. “What time does the movie start at? asked Carol.”
c. “What time does the movie start at?”, asked Carol.

8. _______
a. I’ll go with you offered Luke.
b. “I’ll go with you,” offered Luke.
c. “I’ll go with you, offered Luke.

Worksheet - Punctuation Notes | EduRevAns.
1.      a      
a. John asked, “What time is it?”
b. “John asked, What time is it?”
c. John asked: “What time is it?” 

2.      b     
a. “Bill told his sister get out of my room!”
b. Bill told his sister, “Get out of my room!”
c. Bill told his sister “Get out of my room!”

3.      c     
a. “There is no more toothpaste” mentioned Laura.
b. “There is no more toothpaste mentioned Laura.”
c. “There is no more toothpaste,” mentioned Laura

4.      a     
a. Mom asked, “When are you coming home?”
b. Mom asked: “When are you coming home?”
c. “Mom asked, when are you coming home?”

5.      b     
a. That is too easy! Said Ralynn.
b. “That is too easy!” said Ralynn.
c. “That is too easy! Said Ralynn.”

6.      c     
a. Jacob said: “We need more tape.”
b. Jacob said “We need more tape.”
c. Jacob said, “We need more tape.”

7.      a     
a. “What time does the movie start at?” asked Carol.
b. “What time does the movie start at? asked Carol.”
c. “What time does the movie start at?”, asked Carol.

8.      b     
a. I’ll go with you offered Luke.
b. “I’ll go with you,” offered Luke.
c. “I’ll go with you, offered Luke.

Q.3. Use apostrophes to show possession.
1. The ______ (cat) scratch post has tipped over.
2. The ______ (book) conclusion is interesting.
3. ______ (Dad) new shirt is white.
4. I was playing with ______ (mom) make-up.
5. The ______ (guitar) case is against the wall.
6. The ______ (tree) leaves are falling gently to the ground.
7. After ______ (today) run, we were exhausted.
8. This ______ (morning) lesson was on the book we read.
9. The ______ (dog) bowl is empty again.
10. Next ______ (summer) vacation will be awesome!

Worksheet - Punctuation Notes | EduRev

Hint:
For singular nouns, add ’s to show possession:
boy + ‘s = boy’s
The boy’s pants.

Ans.
1. The cat’s (cat) scratch post has tipped over.
2. The book’s (book) conclusion is interesting.
3. Dad’s (Dad) new shirt is white.
4. I was playing with mom’s (mom) make-up.
5. The guitar’s (guitar) case is against the wall.
6. The tree’s (tree) leaves are falling gently to the ground.
7. After today’s (today) run, we were exhausted.
8. This morning’s (morning) lesson was on the book we read.
9. The dog’s (dog) bowl is empty again.
10. Next summer’s (summer) vacation will be awesome!

Q.4. Rewrite the sentence using possessive nouns.
1. The cards belong to Bill. ___________
2. The toys belong to my cousins. ___________
3. The belong to Jenna. ___________
4. The crackers belong to Maria. ___________
5. The bike belongs to your neighbors. ___________
6. The phone belongs to your sister. ___________
7. The shirt belongs to her mother. ___________
8. The engine belongs to the plane. ___________

Rewrite each sentence using the possessive form for each underlined noun.
1. We took the minivan that belongs to Rebecca.
______________
2. The windows of our cars are clean.
______________
3. Hang the coat of your friend on the hook.
______________
4. The doors of the school are locked at night.
______________
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Ans.
1. The cards belong to Bill. ⇨ They are Bill’s cards.
2. The toys belong to my cousins. ⇨ They are my cousins’ toys.
3. The pens belong to Jenna. ⇨ They are Jenna’s pens.
4. The crackers belong to Maria. ⇨ They are Maria’s crackers.
5. The bike belongs to your neighbors. ⇨ It is your neighbors’ bike.
6. The phone belongs to your sister. ⇨ It is your sister’s phone.
7. The shirt belongs to her mother. ⇨ It is her mother’s shirt.
8. The engine belongs to the plane. ⇨ It is the plane’s engine.

Rewrite each sentence using the possessive form for each underlined noun.
1. We took the minivan that belongs to Rebecca.
We took Rebecca’s minivan.
2. The windows of our cars are clean.
The cars’ windows are clean.
3. Hang the coat of your friend on the hook.
Hang your friend’s coat on the hook.
4. The doors of the school are locked at night.
The school’s doors are locked at night

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