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Practice - Vocabulary and Grammar - 01

Hello brave knowledge seekers! Buckle up for a thrilling ride through the world of English. We are going to tackle vocabulary and have fun with grammatical structures. Don't worry; it's not as scary as it sounds. You'll be putting words and sentences under the microscope, discovering their secrets, all the while boosting your English skills. Are you ready, wordsmith? Let's quiz on!
1.
Which of these is not a conjunction?
And
But
Or
Like
Conjunctions are words used to connect clauses or sentences.
2.
If something is 'fragile', it means it is...
Hard
Soft
Easily broken
Smooth
'Fragile' means something is easily broken or damaged.
3.
What is the prefix in the word 'unhappy'?
Un
Happy
Y
U
A prefix is a letter or a group of letters attached to the beginning of a word to modify its meaning. 'Un' is a prefix meaning not.
4.
What does the suffix '-ing' indicate in the verb 'running'?
Past tense
Future tense
Present continuous tense
Command
The suffix '-ing' in running indicates an action that is currently taking place, which is present continuous tense.
5.
What is the antonym for 'bright'?
Shiny
Clever
Dark
Dazzling
Antonyms are words with opposite meanings. 'Dark' is the opposite of 'bright'.
6.
Which of these words is an adverb?
Hurriedly
Tall
Smelly
Tasty
Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. 'Hurriedly' is an adverb as it tells how something is done. The other three options describe nouns, so they are adjectives.
7.
Which sentence is written in the past tense?
I eat an apple.
I am eating an apple.
I will eat an apple.
I ate an apple.
The past tense is used to talk about completed actions in the past. 'I ate an apple' refers to something that happened in the past.
8.
What is the plural of 'sheep'?
Sheeps
Sheep
Sheepen
Sheeple
The word 'sheep' is both singular and plural. So, many sheep are still just called 'sheep'.
9.
What is the synonym for 'elated'?
Sad
Happy
Angry
Bored
Synonyms are words that have the same or similar meanings. 'Elated' means very happy.
10.
Which of these sentences is using 'their' correctly?
Their flying in the sky.
Their going to the park.
I'm going to their house for tea.
The book belongs to their.
'Their' is a possessive pronoun. In option c, 'their' is used to show possession of the house. In option d, it should say 'The book belongs to them,' or 'The book is theirs.'
Author:  Graeme Haw

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