Grammar Quiz: Can You Find The Proper Noun Correctly?

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Grammar Quiz: Can You Find The Proper Noun Correctly? - Quiz

Did you know that with time and practice, you can find the proper noun correctly in a sentence? How does the proper noun compare to the common noun? Could you dissect, diagram, and examine sentences? Did you know that a proper noun is a noun that identifies a single object and is used to refer to that object? Take this awesome quiz and get acquainted with proper nouns!


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  • 1. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence?Lisa tied a ribbon in her hair.

    • A.

      Lisa

    • B.

      Ribbon

    • C.

      Hair

    • D.

      Tied

    Correct Answer
    A. Lisa
    Explanation
    The proper noun in the sentence "Lisa tied a ribbon in her hair" is "Lisa". Proper nouns are used to refer to specific people, places, or things and are always capitalized. In this sentence, "Lisa" is the name of a specific person, making it a proper noun.

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  • 2. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence? I am going to the Jewel to buy bananas and apples.

    • A.

      Going

    • B.

      Jewel

    • C.

      Bananas

    • D.

      Apples

    Correct Answer
    B. Jewel
    Explanation
    The proper noun in the given sentence is "Jewel". Proper nouns are used to refer to specific people, places, or things, and they are always capitalized. In this sentence, "Jewel" is a specific place where the speaker is going to buy bananas and apples.

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  • 3. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence? The girl likes to walk her dog at North Park.

    • A.

      Girl

    • B.

      Walk

    • C.

      Dogs

    • D.

      North Park

    Correct Answer
    D. North Park
    Explanation
    The proper noun in this sentence is "North Park." Proper nouns are specific names of people, places, or things, and they are always capitalized. In this case, "North Park" is a specific location, and therefore it is a proper noun.

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  • 4. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence? The kindergarten teacher is Mrs. Krems.

    • A.

      Kindergarten

    • B.

      Teacher

    • C.

      Is

    • D.

      Mrs. Krems

    Correct Answer
    D. Mrs. Krems
    Explanation
    The proper noun in this sentence is "Mrs. Krems". A proper noun is a specific name given to a person, place, or thing, and in this case, "Mrs. Krems" is a specific name given to the kindergarten teacher.

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  • 5. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence? Would you like to go to Tasty Dog after school to eat a hot dog?

    • A.

      You

    • B.

      Tasty Dog

    • C.

      School

    • D.

      Hot dog

    Correct Answer
    B. Tasty Dog
    Explanation
    The proper noun in the sentence is "Tasty Dog". Proper nouns are specific names of people, places, or things that are capitalized. In this case, "Tasty Dog" is a specific place or restaurant. The other options ("you", "school", and "hot dog") are not proper nouns as they do not refer to specific names or places.

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  • 6. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence? St. Edmund School is full of hard-working students!

    • A.

      St. Edmund School

    • B.

      Is

    • C.

      Full

    • D.

      Students

    Correct Answer
    A. St. Edmund School
    Explanation
    The proper noun in this sentence is "St. Edmund School". It is a specific name referring to a particular school. Proper nouns always start with a capital letter and identify a specific person, place, or thing. In this case, "St. Edmund School" is the name of the school being referred to in the sentence.

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  • 7. 

    What is the proper noun in this sentence?The tallest building in our state is the Sears Tower.

    • A.

      Tallest

    • B.

      Building

    • C.

      State

    • D.

      Sears Tower

    Correct Answer
    D. Sears Tower
    Explanation
    In the given sentence, the proper noun is "Sears Tower". A proper noun is a specific name used for an individual person, place, or organization. In this case, "Sears Tower" is the name of a specific building, making it a proper noun.

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