Here is an interesting 'Modifiers quiz' that is designed to test your English grammar skills on Modifiers. There are different ways in which you can modify a sentence to give a specific meaning. In this grammar quiz on modifiers, there are some specific trivia questions perfect for testing out just how much you know about constructing such sentences. How about you give this quiz a try and see how well you will do. All the best and feel free to take it as many times as you need.
The plane hit nearly all the birds.
The plane nearly hit all the birds.
Nearly all the birds were hit by the plane.
Bill Bates gave pet rats wearing a tutu to the little girl and her brother.
Bill Bates gave pet rats to the little girl and her brother wearing a tutu.
Bill Bates gave pet rats to the little girl wearing a tutu and her brother.
The modifier is placed correctly in the original sentence.
The mother claimed during dinner she would shout gibberish.
During dinner, the mother claimed she would shout gibberish.
The mother claimed she would shout gibberish during dinner.
The couple _______ watched the rain falling from the sky.
The couple watched the rain _______ falling form the sky.
The couple watched the rain falling from the sky ________.
Being a sit-down comedian, it was hard to make ends meet.
Biking to class, the sun shined upon the student.
Having been used to clean the floor, Gregory was unwilling to use his toothbrush.
Devouring ample amounts of Cook-Out, the engineer felt joy seeping back into his soul.
There is no error in the original sentence.
Having finished applications, Hugo began the celebration.
Having finished applications, it was time to begin the celebrations.
Having been fully restored
This sentence contains a dangling modifier. The correct subject need to be inserted after this dangling modifier to correct it.
There is no error and the sentence should remain unchanged.
The sentence contains a misplaced modifier. Consider reorganizing the phrase: "indoor man's plants."
"I have chosen to love just you."
Jack should say nothing, since words usually complicate things.
"I have just chosen to love you."
"I just love you."
Here's an interesting quiz for you.