English Grammar 11th Grade Quiz! Test

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  • 1. 

    There are saucepans ............ stop your milk boiling over. 

    • A.

      Which

    • B.

      That 

    • C.

      Where

    • D.

      How 

    Correct Answer
    B. That 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "that." This is because "that" is used to introduce a defining relative clause, which provides essential information about the noun "saucepans." In this case, the relative clause "that stop your milk boiling over" specifies the purpose or function of the saucepans.

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  • 2. 

    The bus had ............. a noisy engine that he couldn't hear her speak. 

    • A.

      Too much

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      Such

    • D.

      Enough 

    Correct Answer
    C. Such
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "such". This is because "such" is used to emphasize the degree or extent of something. In this context, it suggests that the bus had an extremely noisy engine, to the point where the person couldn't hear her speak.

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  • 3. 

    There are not ............... books in the school library. 

    • A.

      Enough

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      Many 

    • D.

      Not enough 

    Correct Answer
    D. Not enough 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "not enough". This answer correctly completes the sentence and indicates that there is a shortage or insufficient quantity of books in the school library.

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  • 4. 

    She doesn't have .............  pay for the cloth she ordered. 

    • A.

      To

    • B.

      Of 

    • C.

      Too

    • D.

      Off

    Correct Answer
    A. To
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "to". In this sentence, "to" is used as a preposition to indicate the purpose or destination of her payment. It shows that she doesn't have the obligation or requirement to pay for the cloth she ordered.

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  • 5. 

    The car is ........... expensive that they can not afford to buy it. 

    • A.

      Such

    • B.

      Much

    • C.

      So

    • D.

      Too

    Correct Answer
    C. So
    Explanation
    The word "so" is the correct answer because it is used to show a high degree or intensity of something. In this context, it indicates that the car is extremely expensive, to the point that they cannot afford to buy it.

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  • 6. 

    She spoke very fast. I could not understand her. 

    • A.

      I) She spoke too fast for me to understand her.  ii) Her speaking isn't slow enough to understand her. 

    • B.

      I) She speaks too fast for me to understand her.  ii) Her  speaking wasn't slow enough to understand her. 

    • C.

      I) She has spoken too fast for me to understand her.  ii) Her speaking hasn't been slow enough to understand her. 

    • D.

      I) She had spoken too fast for me to understand her.  ii) Her speaking is not slow enough to understand her. 

    Correct Answer
    A. I) She spoke too fast for me to understand her.  ii) Her speaking isn't slow enough to understand her. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is i) She spoke too fast for me to understand her. This answer accurately reflects the statement given in the question, stating that the speaker spoke at a fast pace, making it difficult for the listener to comprehend. The use of "too fast" indicates that the speed of the speaker's speech was excessive, resulting in a lack of understanding. The alternative answer ii) Her speaking isn't slow enough to understand her is incorrect as it suggests that the speaker's pace is not slow enough, which does not align with the given information.

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  • 7. 

    Change the following adjectives into nouns:  i) patient ii) ambitious  

    • A.

      I) patent  ii) ambition 

    • B.

      I) patience ii) ambitious 

    • C.

      Patient ambion 

    • D.

      I) Patience ii) ambition 

    Correct Answer
    D. I) Patience ii) ambition 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "i) Patience" and "ii) ambition". In this question, we are asked to change the adjectives "patient" and "ambitious" into nouns. The correct noun form of "patient" is "patience", which refers to the ability to remain calm and composed in difficult situations. The correct noun form of "ambitious" is "ambition", which refers to a strong desire and determination to achieve success or reach a particular goal.

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  • 8. 

    Don't get married yet, You're too young. 

    • A.

      You are young to get married yet. 

    • B.

      You are too young get married yet. 

    • C.

      You are too young to get married yet. 

    • D.

      You are too young to get marry yet. 

    Correct Answer
    C. You are too young to get married yet. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "You are too young to get married yet." This sentence correctly uses the phrase "too young" to express that the person is not old enough to get married. The use of the infinitive verb "to get married" is also appropriate in this context.

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  • 9. 

    You'd better not sit on the ground. It's damp. 

    • A.

      It is to damp to sit on the ground. 

    • B.

      It is too damp to sit on the ground. 

    • C.

      It is too damp  sit on the ground. 

    • D.

      It is too damp to sat on the ground. 

    Correct Answer
    B. It is too damp to sit on the ground. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "It is too damp to sit on the ground." This sentence correctly uses the word "too" to indicate that the ground is excessively damp, making it unsuitable for sitting.

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  • 10. 

    I can't drink this coffee. (sugar) 

    • A.

      There is enough sugar in the coffee. 

    • B.

      There isn't enough sugar in the coffee. 

    • C.

      There wasn't enough sugar in the coffee. 

    • D.

      There isn't much sugar in the coffee. 

    Correct Answer
    B. There isn't enough sugar in the coffee. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "There isn't enough sugar in the coffee." This answer suggests that the reason why the person cannot drink the coffee is because there is not a sufficient amount of sugar in it.

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  • 11. 

    We'll have to cancel the concert. (tickets) 

    • A.

      We hadn't got enough tickets. 

    • B.

      We aren't got enough tickets. 

    • C.

      We haven't got enough tickets. 

    • D.

      We haven't get enough tickets. 

    Correct Answer
    C. We haven't got enough tickets. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "We haven't got enough tickets." This is the correct answer because it uses the correct verb tense and form. "Haven't" is the contraction of "have not," which is the correct form to use with the subject "we." "Got" is the correct past participle form of the verb "get" to use in this context. The sentence expresses the idea that there is a lack of tickets, leading to the need to cancel the concert.

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  • 12. 

    We arrived late. We couldn't get any dinner. 

    • A.

      We are too late to get any dinner. 

    • B.

      We were too late to get any dinner. 

    • C.

      We weren't too late to get any dinner. 

    • D.

      We were too late get any dinner. 

    Correct Answer
    B. We were too late to get any dinner. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "We were too late to get any dinner." This answer accurately reflects the given statement "We arrived late. We couldn't get any dinner." It conveys the idea that their lateness caused them to miss the opportunity to have dinner.

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  • 13. 

    The ceiling was very high. My mother could not touch it. 

    • A.

      I) The ceiling is too high for my mother to touch.  ii) It is not low enough for my mother to touch. 

    • B.

      I) The ceiling wasn't too high for my mother to touch.  ii) It was not low enough for my mother to touch. 

    • C.

      I) The ceiling was too high for my mother to touch.  ii) It was not low enough for my mother to touch. 

    • D.

      I) The ceiling isn't too high for my mother to touch.  ii) It was not low enough for my mother to touch. 

    Correct Answer
    C. I) The ceiling was too high for my mother to touch.  ii) It was not low enough for my mother to touch. 
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is i) The ceiling was too high for my mother to touch. ii) It was not low enough for my mother to touch. This answer accurately reflects the information provided in the statement that the ceiling was very high and that the mother could not touch it. It conveys the idea that the height of the ceiling was beyond the reach of the mother.

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  • 14. 

    The meal was ............ delicious that we enjoyed it very much. 

    • A.

      So

    • B.

      Such

    • C.

      Too

    • D.

      To

    Correct Answer
    A. So
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "so" because it is used to show the extent or degree of something. In this case, it is used to emphasize how delicious the meal was, indicating that it was extremely delicious and enjoyable.

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  • 15. 

    He couldn't see me because he .......... the other way. 

    • A.

      Is facing 

    • B.

      Was facing 

    • C.

      Has been facing 

    • D.

      Had faced 

    Correct Answer
    B. Was facing 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "was facing." This is because the sentence is in the past tense, and "was facing" is the correct past tense form of the verb "to face." It indicates that at the time in question, the person's direction was towards the other way, preventing them from seeing the speaker.

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  • 16. 

    A large oak tree .............. in the garden casting its shade over the house. 

    • A.

      Stands

    • B.

      Standed 

    • C.

      Standing 

    • D.

      Stood

    Correct Answer
    D. Stood
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "stood" because it is the past tense form of the verb "stand," which means to be in an upright position. In this sentence, it indicates that the large oak tree was previously in the garden, casting its shade over the house.

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  • 17. 

    He didn't set the alarm, so he overslept. 

    • A.

      If he has set the alarm, he wouldn't have overslept. 

    • B.

      If he had set the alarm, he wouldn't have overslept. 

    • C.

      If he had set the alarm, he wouldn't oversleep. 

    • D.

      If he set the alarm, he wouldn't have overslept. 

    Correct Answer
    B. If he had set the alarm, he wouldn't have overslept. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If he had set the alarm, he wouldn't have overslept." This answer is correct because it uses the correct verb tense to indicate a hypothetical past action. The phrase "had set" is the correct form of the verb to indicate a past unreal condition. Additionally, the phrase "wouldn't have overslept" correctly indicates the result of setting the alarm.

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  • 18. 

    She wasn't taking very loudly, so I couldn't understand her. 

    • A.

      If she had been talking loudly, I would have understood her. 

    • B.

      If she has been talking loudly, I would have understood her. 

    • C.

      If she had been talking loudly, I would understand her. 

    • D.

      If she had not been talking loudly, I would have understood her. 

    Correct Answer
    A. If she had been talking loudly, I would have understood her. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If she had been talking loudly, I would have understood her." This is because the sentence is in the past perfect conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "had been" and "would have" suggests that if she had spoken loudly in the past, the speaker would have been able to understand her.

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  • 19. 

    Gordon nearly drowned. 

    • A.

      She should put on the life jacket. 

    • B.

      She have to put on the life jacket. 

    • C.

      She shouldn't have put on the life jacket. 

    • D.

      She should have put on the life jacket. 

    Correct Answer
    D. She should have put on the life jacket. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "She should have put on the life jacket." This is because the sentence "Gordon nearly drowned" implies that there was a risk of drowning, and wearing a life jacket would have been a preventative measure to ensure safety. The phrase "should have" indicates that it was a missed opportunity or a mistake not to wear the life jacket.

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  • 20. 

    A jealous man 

    • A.

      A jealous man was a person who is always suspecting of being displaced by a rival.

    • B.

      A jealous man is a person who is always suspecting of being displaced by a rival.

    • C.

      A jealous man is a person who is always suspecting of being displace by a rival.

    • D.

      A jealous man is a person who is always suspecting being displaced by a rival.

    Correct Answer
    B. A jealous man is a person who is always suspecting of being displaced by a rival.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A jealous man is a person who is always suspecting of being displaced by a rival." This statement accurately defines a jealous man as someone who constantly suspects that they will be replaced or surpassed by a competitor.

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  • 21. 

    Clusmy 

    • A.

      A clumsy person is a person who always forgetting the things  

    • B.

      A clumsy person is a person who keeps doing things in awkward way. 

    • C.

      A clumsy person is a person who suspecting of being displaced by rival. 

    • D.

      A clumsy person is a person who keeps getting angry all the time

    Correct Answer
    B. A clumsy person is a person who keeps doing things in awkward way. 
    Explanation
    A clumsy person is someone who consistently performs tasks or actions in an awkward or uncoordinated manner. This can refer to physical clumsiness, such as frequently dropping or knocking over objects, or it can also apply to social clumsiness, where a person may struggle with social interactions or say or do things that are awkward or inappropriate.

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  • 22. 

    Vain 

    • A.

      A vain person is a person who keeps talking about himself. 

    • B.

      A vain person is a person who keeps forgetting things. 

    • C.

      A vain person is a person who keeps feeling unhappy by seeing others' achievement. 

    • D.

      A vain person is a person who keeps talking about others private life.

    Correct Answer
    A. A vain person is a person who keeps talking about himself. 
    Explanation
    A vain person is someone who is excessively self-centered and constantly seeks attention and admiration from others. They have an inflated sense of self-importance and constantly talk about themselves, often exaggerating their achievements or qualities. This behavior stems from their deep need for validation and approval from others.

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  • 23. 

    He was angry ............. they broke his pen. 

    • A.

      Because of

    • B.

      So

    • C.

      Because 

    • D.

      So that 

    Correct Answer
    C. Because 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "because". This is because the sentence is indicating a cause and effect relationship. The person's anger is the effect, and the cause is that someone broke his pen. "Because" is used to introduce the reason for something happening, making it the appropriate choice in this context.

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  • 24. 

    ............ they were enjoying the film, they left before it finished. 

    • A.

      Because 

    • B.

      Because of 

    • C.

      Although 

    • D.

      In order to 

    Correct Answer
    C. Although 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Although". This is because "although" is used to show contrast or contradiction between two clauses. In this case, the first clause states that "they were enjoying the film" while the second clause states that "they left before it finished". The use of "although" indicates that despite the fact that they were enjoying the film, they still chose to leave before it ended.

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  • 25. 

    She went to Kathmandu ............ buy a bicycle. 

    • A.

      So

    • B.

      In order to 

    • C.

      Because 

    • D.

      Although 

    Correct Answer
    B. In order to 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In order to". This phrase indicates that the reason for her going to Kathmandu was to buy a bicycle. It suggests that she had a specific purpose in mind and that was the motivating factor for her trip to Kathmandu.

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  • 26. 

    She was 85 years old, but she still lived a very active life. 

    • A.

      Because of her age, she lived a very active life. 

    • B.

      In spite of her age, she lived a very active life. 

    • C.

      In spite of her age, she lives a very active life. 

    • D.

      So that her age, she lived a very active life. 

    Correct Answer
    B. In spite of her age, she lived a very active life. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In spite of her age, she lived a very active life." This answer correctly expresses that despite being 85 years old, she still led an active life. The phrase "in spite of" indicates that her age did not hinder her ability to live an active life. The other options either have grammatical errors or do not convey the same meaning as the original sentence.

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  • 27. 

    Her parents objected, but she still insisted on getting married. 

    • A.

      Due to her parents objection, she insisted on getting married. 

    • B.

      In spite of her parents objection, she insisted on getting married. 

    • C.

      Because of  her parents objection, she insisted on getting married. 

    • D.

      Her parents objection, she insisted on getting married. 

    Correct Answer
    B. In spite of her parents objection, she insisted on getting married. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In spite of her parents objection, she insisted on getting married." This answer accurately conveys that despite her parents' objection, she still insisted on getting married. The phrase "in spite of" indicates that she was determined to proceed with her decision despite the opposition from her parents.

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  • 28. 

    He is poor, but he is honest. 

    • A.

      Because of  he is poor, he is honest. 

    • B.

      He is poor so he is honest. 

    • C.

      He is poor so that he is honest. 

    • D.

      Even though he is poor, he is honest. 

    Correct Answer
    D. Even though he is poor, he is honest. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Even though he is poor, he is honest." This answer is the most appropriate because it conveys the idea that despite his poverty, the person in question remains honest. The phrase "even though" emphasizes the contrast between his financial situation and his honesty. The other options do not capture this contrast as effectively.

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  • 29. 

    We are talking ............. politics. 

    • A.

      To

    • B.

      About 

    • C.

      For

    • D.

      In 

    Correct Answer
    B. About 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "about". In this sentence, we are discussing or conversing about politics. The preposition "about" is used to indicate the topic or subject of the conversation.

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  • 30. 

    Pollution is killing a lot of fish in the Mediterranean. 

    • A.

      A lot of fish is being killed in the Mediterranean. 

    • B.

      A lot of fish aren't being killed in the Mediterranean. 

    • C.

      A lot of fish are being killed in the Mediterranean. 

    • D.

      A lot of fish isn't being killed in the Mediterranean. 

    Correct Answer
    C. A lot of fish are being killed in the Mediterranean. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A lot of fish are being killed in the Mediterranean." This answer correctly states that a large number of fish are dying in the Mediterranean due to pollution. The use of the plural form "are" matches with the subject "a lot of fish," indicating that multiple fish are being affected.

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