Grammar Test: English Quiz For Class 6

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We welcome you to this English Quiz For Class 6. When you are in 6th grade, there is a lot in the English language that you must learn. It's better that you prepare for the quarter midterms before they knock on your door.
With a diverse range of questions covering various grammar concepts, including parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, and verb usage, this quiz offers a comprehensive review of fundamental grammar rules.
Challenge yourself with exercises on identifying nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Test your understanding of sentence types. Practice recognizing and correcting common grammatical errors like Read moresubject-verb agreement, tense consistency, and pronoun usage.
Here in this English quiz for class 6, you will be tested to see the areas of your studies you need to cover a little more! Remember to collect your scorecard once you've completed the quiz. Good luck!


Grade 6 English Questions and Answers

  • 1. 

    I want those purple _______________. (one/ones)

    • A.

      One

    • B.

      Ones

    Correct Answer
    B. Ones
    Explanation
    The word "ones" is the correct answer because it completes the sentence by referring to the purple things that the speaker wants. The word "ones" is used to replace or specify a particular item or items in a group, and in this case, it is used to specify the purple things that the speaker desires.

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  • 2. 

    I like  ___________. (grey ones/the grey ones)

    • A.

      Grey ones

    • B.

      The grey ones

    Correct Answer
    B. The grey ones
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the grey ones" because it specifies a particular type of grey ones that the person likes. By using the definite article "the," it indicates that there is a specific set of grey ones that the person is referring to, rather than just any grey ones in general.

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  • 3. 

    _____________________ likes it here. (All/Everyone/They)

    • A.

      All

    • B.

      Everyone

    • C.

      They

    Correct Answer
    B. Everyone
    Explanation
    The word "everyone" is the correct answer because it is a pronoun that refers to all the people in a group. The sentence suggests that whoever is being referred to enjoys being in the current location. The word "all" could also be a possible answer, but it is not as specific as "everyone" in indicating a group of people.

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  • 4. 

    ________________ of us don’t like pizza. (None/ Some)

    • A.

      None

    • B.

      Some

    Correct Answer
    B. Some
    Explanation
    The correct word to use in the sentence is "Some." The sentence "Some of us don’t like pizza" implies that within a group of people, there are individuals who do not enjoy pizza. The alternative "None" would mean that no one in the group likes pizza, which contradicts the context suggesting only a part of the group dislikes it. Thus, "Some" accurately represents a portion of the group.

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  • 5. 

    Which singular pronoun uses a plural verb in a present indefinite sentence?

    • A.

      He

    • B.

      I

    • C.

      She

    • D.

      None of these

    Correct Answer
    B. I
    Explanation
    In a present indefinite sentence, the singular pronoun "I" uses a plural verb. This is because the verb form for "I" is always in the plural form, regardless of the subject. So, when using "I" as the subject of a sentence, the verb should be in its plural form.

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  • 6. 

    Write a pronoun that can replace all the underlined words. Ana, Sarah, and I are on our way to school. ___________________________________

    Correct Answer
    We
    Explanation
    The pronoun "We" can replace the underlined words "Ana, Sarah, and I" because it refers to a group of people that includes the speaker along with others. This substitution is useful for making sentences more concise and avoiding repetition. By using "we," the sentence effectively conveys that the speaker, Ana, and Sarah are collectively involved in the action or situation being described, streamlining the communication while maintaining clarity.

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  • 7. 

    Write a pronoun that can replace all the underlined words. My brother and his wife are going to Las Vegas. _____________________

    Correct Answer
    They
    Explanation
    The given sentence is already complete and does not require any additional information. It states that "My brother and his wife are going to Las Vegas." This sentence provides a clear and concise statement about their destination, indicating that they are indeed going to Las Vegas.

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  • 8. 

    Write a pronoun that can replace the underlined word. Mrs. Withers is Jessica’s sister. ________________________

    Correct Answer
    Her
    Explanation
    In the sentence "Mrs. Withers is Jessica’s sister. She is her sister," the pronoun "her" replaces "Jessica's" to avoid repetition. "Her" is a possessive pronoun indicating that Mrs. Withers belongs to Jessica in a relational context, specifically as her sister. This use of "her" clarifies the relationship without restating Jessica's name, making the sentence more concise and maintaining clear reference to Jessica.

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  • 9. 

    Write a pronoun that can replace the underlined word. The dog loves to go for a walk with Jose Luis. __________________________

    Correct Answer
    Him
    Explanation
    The given statement suggests that the dog enjoys going for a walk specifically with Jose Luis. The pronoun "him" refers to Jose Luis, indicating that the dog prefers his company during walks. This implies that the dog has a positive bond or connection with Jose Luis, making their walks enjoyable for both of them.

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  • 10. 

    Write a pronoun that can replace the underlined word. The bird broke the bird’s wing.  _________________________

    Correct Answer
    Its, its
    Explanation
    The given sentence is in third person singular form, referring to a specific bird. The possessive pronoun "its" is used to show that the bird's wing was broken by the bird itself. This is grammatically correct and makes sense in the context of the sentence.

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  • 11. 

    Which pronoun correctly completes the following sentence? Sarah and Tom went to the park. ______ played on the swings.

    • A.

      He

    • B.

      She

    • C.

      They

    • D.

      It

    Correct Answer
    C. They
    Explanation
    The pronoun "They" correctly completes the sentence because it refers to more than one person, specifically Sarah and Tom. "He" and "She" are singular pronouns, which would only refer to one person, and "It" refers to objects or animals, not people. Using "They" ensures the sentence correctly identifies that both Sarah and Tom played on the swings together.

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  • 12. 

    Choose the correct pronoun to complete the sentence: The cat chased ______ tail around in circles.

    • A.

      Her

    • B.

      It

    • C.

      His

    • D.

      Its

    Correct Answer
    D. Its
    Explanation
    The pronoun "its" correctly completes the sentence because it is a possessive pronoun used to show that something belongs to an animal or object. In this context, "its" indicates that the tail belongs to the cat. "Her" and "his" are possessive pronouns typically used for people, while "it" is a subject pronoun that does not indicate possession. Therefore, "its" is the appropriate choice to demonstrate ownership of the tail by the cat.

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  • 13. 

    Which pronoun completes the sentence correctly? Jack and I went to the store. ______ bought some ice cream.

    • A.

      He

    • B.

      We

    • C.

      They

    • D.

      Us

    Correct Answer
    B. We
    Explanation
    The pronoun "We" correctly completes the sentence because it is used to refer to the speaker (I) and another person (Jack) together. "He" is a singular pronoun and would only refer to Jack, not including the speaker. "They" is a plural pronoun but refers to people other than the speaker and Jack. "Us" is an object pronoun used in the context of the object of a sentence, not the subject. Thus, "We" is the correct choice to indicate that both the speaker and Jack together bought the ice cream.

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  • 14. 

    Select the pronoun that fits best:  The book belongs to Sam. It is ______.

    • A.

      His

    • B.

      Hers

    • C.

      Theirs

    • D.

      Our

    Correct Answer
    A. His
    Explanation
    The pronoun "his" is correct because it is a possessive pronoun that matches the noun "Sam," which is a male name. "His" indicates that the book belongs to Sam. "Hers" is a possessive pronoun used for females, and "theirs" is a plural possessive pronoun used when something belongs to a group of people. "Our" is a possessive pronoun used for something belonging to the speaker and others. Therefore, "his" is the appropriate pronoun to indicate that the book belongs to Sam.

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  • 15. 

    Find the correct pronoun: The children cleaned ______ room before dinner.

    • A.

      His

    • B.

      Her

    • C.

      Their

    • D.

      Our

    Correct Answer
    C. Their
    Explanation
    The pronoun "their" is correct because it is a possessive pronoun used to show that something belongs to a group of people. In this sentence, "their" indicates that the room belongs to "The children," which is a plural noun. "His" and "her" are singular possessive pronouns, used for one male or female respectively. "Our" is a possessive pronoun used for something belonging to the speaker and others. Therefore, "their" is the correct choice to indicate that the room belongs to the children.

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  • 16. 

    Which pronoun correctly completes the sentence? My brother and I have a dog. ______ love to play with it.

    • A.

      They

    • B.

      He

    • C.

      We

    • D.

      She

    Correct Answer
    C. We
    Explanation
    The pronoun "We" correctly completes the sentence as it refers to "My brother and I" together. "We" is a subject pronoun used to indicate that the speaker and their brother both love to play with the dog. "They" is a plural pronoun used to refer to a group of people not including the speaker. "He" and "She" are singular pronouns and would only refer to one person, either the brother or the speaker. Therefore, "We" is the appropriate pronoun to use when talking about both the speaker and their brother together.

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K-12 English Expert
Heather is an educator, with four years of teaching experience. Heather graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Teaching. She is skilled in Teaching English as a Second Language and currently works as an Elementary School Teacher at Pinellas County Schools. She made a career transition one year ago to explore a new path in writing and copy editing. Heather's specialization lies in curriculum development and educational materials, but she maintains versatility to work across various industries. Known for her keen attention to detail and a deep passion for language, she possesses a sharp eye for precision.

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