Test On Pronouns And Adjectives! Grammar Trivia Quiz

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Test On Pronouns And Adjectives! Grammar Trivia Quiz - Quiz

Below is a grammar trivia quiz on pronouns and adjectives. These two confuse many students, and you find them using them in the wrong way. Take up the quiz below and get to see if you do have a deeper understanding of using them based on the extensive studying. All the best and try formulating sentences!

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Mary combs ------------hair.

    The sentence is incomplete and lacks context, but based on the given information, the most logical completion would be "Mary combs her hair." This implies that Mary is combing her own hair.

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  • 2. 

    Annie: Whose that marker? Peter: It is not mine! I think it is Julia´s. Yeap, I am sure it is ---------------------- 

    Peter is stating that the marker does not belong to him and believes it belongs to Julia. He confirms his belief by saying "I am sure it is" and then the answer "hers" completes the sentence, indicating that the marker belongs to Julia.

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  • 3. 

    I am very sad because she doesn´t love -----------------------.

    The correct answer is "me" because the sentence is expressing someone's sadness because another person does not love them. The word "me" is used to indicate that the person being referred to is the one who is not loved.

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  • 4. 

    Leslie: Do you know where Peter´s book is? Jenny: No, I don´t know where ________ book is.

    Jenny responds by saying "No, I don't know where his book is." This implies that she is referring to Peter's book as "his book."

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  • 5. 

    The cat didn´t look at _____________ at the mirror.

    The sentence suggests that the cat did not look at itself in the mirror.

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  • 6. 

    I don´t know how o tell my parents that I didn´t pass the exam. I don't want to hurt _________.

    The answer "them" is correct because the pronoun "them" refers to the parents mentioned in the sentence. The speaker is hesitant to inform their parents about their failure in the exam because they do not want to hurt their feelings.

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  • 7. 

    You need to love __________ . 

    The statement suggests that in order to have a fulfilling and healthy life, it is important to have self-love. Loving oneself means accepting and appreciating oneself, including both strengths and weaknesses. It involves recognizing one's worth and taking care of one's physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Self-love is essential for building self-confidence, setting boundaries, and making choices that align with one's values and desires. It is the foundation for healthy relationships, personal growth, and overall happiness and fulfillment.

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  • 8. 

    Jessy: Why don´t ---------------- go to the party tonight? Laura: mmmmm ok why not. Let´s go!

  • 9. 

    I need a new apartment for my parents. The house in which they live ow is not __________.

    The sentence suggests that the house in which the parents currently live does not belong to them. The word "theirs" implies ownership, indicating that the house is not their property. Therefore, they need a new apartment for their parents since the current house is not owned by them.

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  • 10. 

    If ________ need me, just call me!

    The given sentence is expressing a condition or situation where the speaker is offering their availability to be called if the person addressed as "you" needs them. The word "you" is the correct answer as it fits grammatically and contextually in the sentence.

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