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Punctuating Sentences
from "Dick Whittington"
Lesson: A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period, question mark, or exclamation point.

     In the following ten items, one is not a sentence. Write “NS” after it (for “not a sentence”). For those that are sentences,

1.) underline the verb twice and its subject once, and
2.) fix the capitalization and punctuation.
1. dick whittington was a poor little boy

2. where are you going

3. i could pick up gold from the streets

4. he had heard many times about the great city of London

5. will you sell me that cat

6. mr fitzwarren again and again for his kindness

7. london was a long way from his home

8. how lonely poor dick was without puss

9. that night dick slept in a barn with the horses

10. what is dick going to send in the ship