This Jeopardy-style game features six categories. In the "Just Beclause" category, students will answer questions about different kinds of clauses: dependent/independent, adverb, adjective, and noun clauses. The "Sentence Sense" section focuses on declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences. "Keep It Simple" focuses on simple, compound, complex, and compound/complex sentences. The "Phrase Craze" category deals with prepositional, appositve, participial, gerund, and infinitive phrases. Students will be asked questions about the 8 parts of speech in the "Parts of Speech" category. The final category, "Trivial Pursuit," will ask random questions about science, history, or geography. This colorful PowerPoint game features a total of 36 questions. Near the end of the game, teams will make wagers before seeing the final Grammar Trivia question about an American author.