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English Grammer MCQs for cseet

  1. A sentence contains only one finite verb and can make only one complete statement. (a) Simplex (b) Compound (c) Complex (d) None of the above

  2. It is used to construct word to clarify meaning. It links words to form compound word. (a) The Hyphen (-) (b) Comma (,) (c) Full stop (.) (d) None of the above.

  3. Does wood sink in water? (Which word is a material noun?) (a) sink (b) does (c) water (d) wood

  4. My mother wears gold jewelry, (which word is a material noun?) (a) Wears (b) jewelry (c) mother (d) gold

  5. Crowd was on main street. (Which word is a collective noun?) (a) crowd (b) main (c) on (d) street

  6. They gazed across valley. (Which word is a common noun?) (a) across (b) gazed (c) they (d) valley

  7. Honesty is best policy. (Which word is an abstract noun?) (a) best (b) Honesty (c) policy (d) the

  8. I believe in his honesty. (Which word is an abstract noun?)

(a) in (b) believe (c) honesty (d) I

  1. Kiran performance was not impressive in test. (Which word is a proper noun?) (a) test (b) impressive (c) Kiran (d) Performance

  2. Heroes never lay down their words. (Which word is a plural noun?) (a) never (b) heroes (c) lay down (d) words.

  3. Moon shines at night, (which word is a proper noun?) (a) Moon (b) night (c) Shines (d) At

  4. We need peace in our state. (Which word is an abstract noun?) (a) state (b) peace (c) need (d) our

  5. What a great idea! He cried. (Which word is a countable noun?) (a) great (b) what (c) cried (d) idea

  6. Can you give me some advice? (Which word is an uncountable noun?) (a) some (b) give (c) you (d) advice

  7. Children broke window pane. (Which word is a plural noun?) (a) broke (b) window pane

(c) children (d) the

  1. Where was Sara? Did you see her? (Which word is a proper noun?) (a) Was (b) where (c) Sara (d) See

  2. How many students in your class? (Which word is a countable noun?) (a) many (b) students (c) class (d) your

  3. My chair is made of wood. (Which word is a material noun?) (a) wood (b) made of (c) chair (d) my

  4. Rice is my favorite dish. (Which word is an uncountable noun?) (a) my (b) dish (c) favorite (d) rice

  5. My mother is a wise lady. (Which word is an abstract noun?) (a) lady (b) my (c) wise (d) mother

  6. Do not hide fact. (Which word is word a countable noun?) (a) hide (b) the (c) fact (d) do not

  7. Why do you tell a lie? (Which word is an abstract noun?) (a) tell (b) lie (c) you (d) why

  8. We get wool from sheep. (Which word is a material noun?) (a) sheep (b) wool (c) get (d) from

  9. You can settle everything in a friendly manner. (Which word is concrete noun) (a) settle (b) can (c) friendly manner (d) you

  10. Taj Mahal is a sign of love. (Which word is a proper noun?) (a) Taj Mahal (b) sing (c) love (d) is

  11. Beauty does not need any ornaments. (Which word is an uncountable noun?) (a) need (b) beauty (c) any (d) ornaments.

  12. He was reading a newspaper. (Which word is a common noun?) (a) newspaper (b) was (c) a (d) he

  13. My family supports me. (Which word is a collective noun?) (a) family (b) me (c) supports (d) my

  14. My grandfather walks extremely slowly. The adverb "extremely" modifies (a) verb (b) adverb (c) noun (d) pronoun

  15. Your roommate drives quite fast, doesn't she? The adverb "quite" modifies (a) verb

(b) adjective (c) adverb (d) noun

  1. We rarely go to the movies on the weekends. The adverb "rarely" modifies (a) adverb (b) pronoun (c) verb (d) noun

  2. Our house is practically on the highway. The adverb "practically" modifies (a) sentence (b) prepositional phrase (c) verb (d) conjunction

  3. Obviously, I could be wrong. The adverb "obviously" modifies (a) verb (b) pronoun (c) clause (d) noun

  4. My niece reads well for a five-year old. The word "well" is (a) adjective (b) adverb (c) verb (d) pronoun

  5. Your friend Robert drives a fast car. The word "fast" is (a) pronoun (b) adverb (c) adjective (d) noun

  6. I never buy fruit at the grocery store. The word "never" is (a) preposition (b) adverb (c) adjective (d) noun

  7. That's a lovely painting. The word "lovely" is (a) adverb (b) adjective (c) verb

(d) noun

  1. Sometimes I feel very lonely. The word "lonely" is (a) adjective (b) adverb (c) conjunction (d) noun

  2. An interjection is . (a) an exclamation which shows thoughts or feelings (b) a meaningless string of sounds (c) the same as an adjective (d) None of these

  3. Which of the following interjections is NOT an expression of surprise or wonder? (a) Gee! (b) Gosh! (c) Boo! (d) None of these

  4. You are vegetarian and you are offered a dish of raw meat. What do you think? (a) Ugh! (b) Hurrah! (c) Yippee! (d) can’t say

  5. Somebody has just stepped on your toe. Which interjection would best fit the situation? (a) Yoo-hoo! (b) Ouch! (c) Eh! (d) can’t say

  6. You are most likely to hear or use the interjection boo . (a) at a theatrical performance (b) while listening to a political speech (c) on both of the above mentioned occasions (d) None of these

  7. , Mary! Come here! I want to talk to you. (a) Oops (b) Mmm (c) Hey (d) All of these

  8. The interjections 'blimey' and 'crickey' imply .

(a) joy (b) surprise or wonder (c) irritation

  1. Your children are making a lot of noise and you want to hear the news on the radio. How do you urge silence? (a) Shh! (b) Tut-tut. (c) Ow!

  2. Which of the following interjections is NOT used when cheering for a team? (a) Rah! (b) Yay! (c) Yikes!

  3. ! The spinach soup is out of this world! (a) Mmm (b) Yuk (c) Uh

  4. A: I scored 660 points at the TOEFL test! B: ! That's amazing! (a) Wow (b) Aha (c) Woe

  5. I hear someone whispering my name. (a) Ah! (b) Oh! (c) Hush! (d) Wow!

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