English Trivia For Class 6

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1.

I want those purple _______________. (one/ones)

Answer: 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.
2.

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

Answer: 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.
3.

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

Answer: 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.
4.

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

Answer: 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.
5.

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

Answer: 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.
6.

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

Answer: 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.
7.

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

Answer: 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.
8.

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

Answer: 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.
9.

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

Answer: 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.
10.

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

Answer: 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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