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June 4, 2015 CG Lessons 9-12, CG SAT and ACT Test Prep, ELA Resources - Assessment, ELA PD - Assessment, ELA 9-12, ELA PD - Grammar Writing, Core Grammar

Prepare for the SAT®* with Sentence Completion Worksheets

Spotlighting skills every day is one way teachers can support a grammar-rich environment and prepare students for exams! The critical reading section of the SAT has two types of questions: sentence completions and passage-based reading.

Sentence completion questions measure the knowledge of the meanings of words and the ability to understand how the different parts of a sentence fit together logically.

Help your students prepare for the SAT test with my printable sentence completion worksheets!

The sentence completion worksheets below mirrors the types of sentences students will see on the ACT/SAT®*exams and their suite of assessments.

Here is a preview of what you can expect to see on the Sentence Completion Worksheets:

Directions: Select the pair of words that best completes the meaning of each of the following sentences.

1. Because King Philip's desire to make Spain the dominant power in sixteenth-century Europe ran counter to Queen Elizabeth's insistence on autonomy for English, ____________ was _______________.

A. reconciliation... assured
B. warfare... avoidable
C. ruination... impossible
D. conflict... inevitable
E. diplomacy... simple

 Sentence completion questions measure the knowledge of the meanings of words and the ability to understand how the different parts of a sentence fit together logically.  The sentence completion worksheet mirrors the types of sentences students will see on the ACT and SAT exams and their suite of assessments.

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Download the Sentence Completion Worksheets for your students now! These simple grammar exercises will assist students in their test prep.

 
 
 

 

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