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By Llpteach | Last updated: Sep 28, 2020
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A possessive noun means a noun that possesses or which owns. In simple terms, which possess something. A possessive noun is created by adding an apostrophe to the noun. Take this quiz to test your grammatical skills by identifying the regular and irregular plural possessive form of nouns. Read the questions carefully and answer. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!
Questions and Answers
Choose the correct noun to complete the sentence: The other _________ shouts made them nervous as they tried to find more clues.
Write the plural possessive form of immigrant.
Write the plural possessive form of meadow.
Write the plural possessive form of child.
Write the plural possessive form of tooth.
Write the plural possessive form of pie.
Write the plural possessive form of bat.
Write the plural possessive form of deer.
Write the correct noun to complete the sentence: The _______ shore is stony. (lakes, lake's, lakes' )
Choose the correct noun to complete the sentence: Many people are interested in ancient _______.
In the study of English grammar, the term “possessive noun” is simply used to refer to a noun – person, place, thing, action, etc. – which has its ownership displayed by adding an apostrophe, sometimes...
Questions: 6 | Attempts: 354 | Last updated: Oct 29, 2020
Insert apostrophes ( ' ) wherever they belong in the following sentences, Remember, not all nouns ending in (-s) are possessive.Long ago in Egypt, when a cat died, the cats owner would shave off his own eyebrows to show respect for the dead cat.Where would you insert the apostrophe?
We present to you an excellent Types of nouns quiz. The objectives of this English grammar quiz are
1). To develop an understanding of nouns, including common and proper nouns.
2). To create an understanding of concrete,...