UKUK USUSIndiaIndia

Every Question Helps You Learn

Join Us
Streak
Leading Streak Today
Your Streak Today
Streak
Leading Streak Today
Your Streak Today

Practice - Grammar and Punctuation - 10

Hello little grammar wizards! Ready to have some fun with English? This exciting quiz will take you on a thrilling journey through the world of capital letters and full stops in sentences. Be sure to sharpen your punctuation wands because, at the end of this quiz, you'll be a step closer to becoming a full-fledged punctuation wizard!
1.
Which word should be capitalised in the following sentence? - 'i love going to the park with my family'
Park
Family
Love
I
A sentence should always start with a capital letter. So, the word 'I' should be capitalised. The word 'I' should be capitalised wherever it appears in a sentence.
2.
Where should you put a full stop in the following sentence? - 'In London, we visited Tower Bridge, the London Eye, and the British Museum'
After 'Bridge'
After 'Eye'
After 'Museum'
After 'London'
A full stop is used to mark the end of a sentence. So, it should come after 'museum'.
3.
Select the sentence that is correctly punctuated.
my name is john.
My name is john.
My name is John
My name is John.
The sentence starts with a capital letter, ends with a full stop, and proper nouns (like 'John') are also capitalised.
4.
Where should you put a full stop in the following sentence? - 'I have a cat named Fluffy'
After 'have'
After 'cat'
After 'Fluffy'
After 'named'
A full stop is used at the end of a sentence. So, it should come after 'Fluffy'.
5.
Where should you put a full stop in the following sentence? - 'I enjoy playing football with my friends after school'
After 'enjoy'
After 'football'
After 'friends'
After 'school'
A full stop is used at the end of a sentence. So, it should come after 'school'.
6.
Choose the sentences that are correctly punctuated.
hello Michael. How are you?
Hello Michael. How are you.
Hello Michael. How are you?
hello Michael. how are you
The first sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop. The second starts with a capital and ends with a question mark because 'How are you?' is a question. Also, Michael is a proper noun so should always be capitalised.
7.
Which words in the following sentence should start with a capital letter? - 'every summer, we visit our grandparents in manchester.'
Every and Summer
Every and Grandparents
Summer and Manchester
Every and Manchester
The first word of a sentence always starts with a capital letter. So, 'every' should be capitalised. 'Manchester' is a proper noun so that gets a capital too.
8.
Which words in the following sentence should start with a capital letter? - 'my sister's name is emily and she loves to dance'
My and Sister's
My and Emily
Sister's and Emily
Emily and Dance
A sentence should always start with a capital letter. So, we capitalise 'my'. Additionally, 'Emily' should be capitalised, as it’s a proper noun.
9.
Choose the sentence that is correctly punctuated.
Did you eat your lunch.
did you eat your lunch?
Did you eat your lunch?
Did you eat your lunch
The sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a question mark because it's a question.
10.
Select the sentence that is correctly punctuated.
I'm from London, it's a great city.
i'm from London, it's a great city.
I'm from London, it's a great city
I'm from london, it's a great city.
The sentence starts with a capital letter, ends with a full stop, and proper nouns (like 'London') are also capitalised.
Author:  Graeme Haw

© Copyright 2016-2024 - Education Quizzes
Work Innovate Ltd - Design | Development | Marketing