English Grammar Quiz: Test Your Skills! Trivia Exam
8 Questions |
By Olivann | Last updated: Sep 22, 2020
| Total Attempts: 23
How much do you know when it comes to nouns, verbs, pronouns and conjunctions? Do you think you can identify these types of words in a sentence or use the correctly? This English grammar quiz is perfect to not only test your skills but help you improve them so that you can confidently pass any trivia exam you have on how to write grammatically correct sentences. Do give it a shot!.
Questions and Answers
What is a noun?
A describing word
A person, place, or thing
Takes the place of a verb
Defeated, Melody __________ her head on the desk. Even though she had studied until 3 a.m., she could make no sense of the chemistry problems on the exam before her.
Belinda saw very little of the horror movie, for she shut her eyes __________, when she heard the monster's footsteps in the dead leaves, and when characters started screaming.
While listening to the violins play
During the violin music
When the violins began to play
During lunch, at the campus cafeteria, Mildred noticed the dirty tables, the overworked cashiers, and the exorbitant price for a watery soda.
Should you remove the comma after lunch?
Or should you remove the comma after cashiers?
A proper noun uses a capital letter.
A run-on sentence can be fixed using conjuctions and commas.
A pronoun replaces a noun already used in the sentence.
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