Grade 4 Quiz Use a Comma Before a Coordinating Conjunction in a Compound Sentence – L.4.2.C

This quiz evaluates students’ understanding and application of using commas before coordinating conjunctions in compound sentences. Coordinating conjunctions include “for”, “and”, “nor”, “but”, “or”, “yet”, and “so” (often remembered by the acronym FANBOYS). Using commas correctly in compound sentences helps to clarify meaning and enhance readability.