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© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Confusing words: 1. Our teacher says this quiz will have no _______ in our results. a)effect b) affect 2. I did all my math homework _________ the last page. a)except b) accept 3)I didn't expect that book to _________ me the way it did. a)affect b) effect 4) I really hope Kate will _________ my apology. a) accept b) except effect except affect accept
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz 5) The teacher is wondering ____________ test paper has no name on it. a)who’s b) whose 6)_________ coming to the store with me. a)whose b) who’s 7) The neighbors painted _____ whole house last week. a)they’re b) there c) their 8) My parents have promised that __________ going to take us to Disneyland next summer. a) there b) their c) they’re whose Who’s their they’re
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Know your grammar !.Neither Roberta’s parents nor her husband _____ going to be at the awards ceremony tonight. a. is b. are Martha is one of the few people who _______ how to operate the equipment. a. knows b. know Neither of the associates _____ going to be there tonight. a. is b. are Jack Smith, __________ my uncle has always admired, was recently arrested for insider training. a.who b. whom is know is whom
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Which of the following sentences is correct? a)The client’s favorite presentation was yours. b)The client’s favorite presentation was your’s. Which of the following sentence is preferable? a)The project only lasted three months. b)The project lasted only three months. Which of the following phrases is punctuated correctly? a)a long confusing speech b)a long, confusing speech Check the sentences !
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Choose the correct form of the irregular verb ! 1) a. After they came in from school, I sweeped the kitchen floor. b. After they came in from school, I swept the kitchen floor. c. After they came in from school, I sweep the kitchen floor. 2) a. She insisted she'd never have say that. b. She insisted she'd never have said that. c. She insisted she'd never have sayed that. 3) a. At the end of our successful meeting, he shook hands with me. b. At the end of our successful meeting, he shaked hands with me. c. At the end of our successful meeting, he shaken hands with me.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz 4) a. The delay wasn't as long as he had thought. b. The delay wasn't as long as he had thinked. c. The delay wasn't as long as he had thunk. 5) a. When the boy arrived home, he fed the goat before he did his homework. b. When the boy arrived home, he feed the goat before he did his homework. c. When the boy arrived home, he feeded the goat before he did his homework. 6) a. Did he get hurt when he fell from the oak tree? b. Did he get hurted when he fell from the oak tree? c. Did he get hart when he fell from the oak tree? 7) a. The cat fled from the yard of the ferocious barking Dobermans. b. The cat flead from the yard of the ferocious barking Dobermans. c. The cat fleed from the yard of the ferocious barking Dobermans.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Choose the correct option! 1)She believes she _____ a promotion as she is steadfast and diligent. a.would get b. had gotten c. will get 2) The puzzled look on his face seemed a clear indication that he _____ know the answer. a.doesn't b. won't c. didn't 3) We are optimistic that by Monday morning his anger will have _____ over. a.blown b. blew c. blow 4) Jack wished that she _____ him the kind courtesy of respecting his wishes. a.would give b. gives c. will give 5) The photographer arrived late for the shoot and _____ that the models were gone. a. complains b. complained c. has complained c c a a b
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Grammar Quiz Fill in the blanks with yet / already 1)I was tired, ___ I managed to finish it 2) I was surprised that they had ___ to decide what to do. 3) Have you ____ finished? 4) He has ____ to start the project. 5) Have they arrived ___? 6) Have they ____ finished? 7) I had ____ had enough. 8) She has ___ to arrive. yet already yet already yet
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