Book 1 Unit 3 Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Choose the correct question

    • A.

      Do she have long hair?

    • B.

      Does she have long hair?

    • C.

      Does she has long hair?

    • D.

      Do she has long hair?

    Correct Answer
    B. Does she have long hair?
    Explanation
    Third person - conjugate the first verb!
    So, DO (the first verb) changes to DOES and HAVE (the second verb) does not change

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  • 2. 

    Choose the sentences with the correct grammar (there may be more than one).

    • A.

      She doesn't have any children.

    • B.

      He doesn't have children.

    • C.

      Does he have any children?

    • D.

      Does he have children?

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. She doesn't have any children.
    B. He doesn't have children.
    C. Does he have any children?
    D. Does he have children?
    Explanation
    They are all correct! ANY is optional before the noun:
    1. In negative sentences with a plural noun
    2. In questions with a plural noun
    (You don't always have to use ANY in your sentences and questions, but you must know HOW to use it!)

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  • 3. 

    Amjad (a woman) and Monsoor (a man) are married.  Fill in the blank with the correct word/words to describe their family relationship. Amjad is ________ wife. 

    Correct Answer(s)
    Monsoor's
    his
    Explanation
    There are two ways to show possession:
    1. With apostrophe s
    2. With a possessive pronoun

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  • 4. 

    Choose the sentences that are NOT correct (there may be more than one).

    • A.

      She doesn't have sister.

    • B.

      He doesn't have any wrinkles.

    • C.

      She has a long, straight hair.

    • D.

      She wears jewelry.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. She doesn't have sister.
    C. She has a long, straight hair.
    Explanation
    a. Should have 'a' before the noun
    b. Shouldn't have a before hair

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  • 5. 

    Choose the answer where all the words are spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Rinkles, grandfather, daughter, fair, middl-aged

    • B.

      Rinkles, grandfather, dauter, fair, middle-aged

    • C.

      Wrinkles, grand father, daughter, faire, middle-aged

    • D.

      Wrinkles, grandfather, daughter, fair, middle-aged

    Correct Answer
    D. Wrinkles, grandfather, daughter, fair, middle-aged
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "wrinkles, grandfather, daughter, fair, middle-aged". All the words in this answer are spelled correctly.

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  • 6. 

    My name is Marie. I have a big family. I have two sisters named Jan and Ally, and two brothers named Bob and Dan. My oldest sister is Jan and she is married and has three children. They (1) are all very young so they do not go to school yet. They stay at home with her (2) husband while she goes to work everyday as a high school principle.  Ally is also married, but she doesn't have any children yet. She (3) hopes she will have children soon.  Who is they (1) referring to? Who is her (2) referring to? Who is she (3) referring to?

    • A.

      Marie's brothers and sisters, Jan, Jan

    • B.

      Marie's brothers and sisters, Jan, Marie

    • C.

      The children, Jan, Jan

    • D.

      The children, Jan, Ally

    Correct Answer
    D. The children, Jan, Ally
    Explanation
    The pronoun "they" in (1) refers to the children of Jan, Marie's oldest sister. The pronoun "her" in (2) refers to Jan's husband. The pronoun "she" in (3) refers to Ally, Marie's sister.

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  • 7. 

    What are the steps for giving a presentation?

    • A.

      Plan your ideas, Introduce yourself, Outline the Presentation, Give the Presentation, Conclude

    • B.

      Introduce yourself, GIve the Presentation, Introduce yourself, Conclude

    • C.

      Plan your ideas, Introduce yourself, Give the Presentation, Conjugate

    • D.

      Plan your ideas, Introduce yourself, Outline the Presentation, GIve the Presentation, Conjugate

    Correct Answer
    A. Plan your ideas, Introduce yourself, Outline the Presentation, Give the Presentation, Conclude
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Plan your ideas, Introduce yourself, Outline the Presentation, Give the Presentation, Conclude". This sequence of steps provides a logical and effective structure for giving a presentation. Planning your ideas allows you to organize your thoughts and ensure a clear message. Introducing yourself helps establish credibility and build a connection with the audience. Outlining the presentation provides a roadmap for the audience to follow. Giving the presentation involves delivering the content effectively. Concluding the presentation allows you to summarize key points and leave a lasting impression on the audience.

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  • 8. 

    Choose the words with the correct definition (there may be more than one).

    • A.

      Sequencing words - first, second, next, etc.

    • B.

      Conjugate - end

    • C.

      Conclude - change the verb

    • D.

      Object pronouns - my, his, her, etc.

    Correct Answer
    A. Sequencing words - first, second, next, etc.
    Explanation
    conjugate - change the verb
    conclude - end
    object pronouns - me, him, her, etc. (my, his, her - these are possessive pronouns)

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