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Practice - Vocabulary and Grammar - 03

Hello, young scholars! Welcome to an exciting quiz that will inspire you to think, learn and grow your vocabulary and understanding of English grammar. So put on your thinking cap, get your pencil ready, and let's find out how much of an English whizz you are!
1.
What is the missing word: 'She is ________ tallest girl in the class.'?
an
the
a
quite
The correct word is 'the'. We use 'the' when it is clear which specific person, place, or thing we are talking about.
2.
Which sentence is in the passive voice?
The cat chased the mouse.
The mouse was chased by the cat.
The boy ate the apple.
The girl kicked the ball.
'The mouse was chased by the cat.' is in the passive voice. In a passive sentence, the object becomes the subject.
3.
What type of word is 'and'?
Noun
Verb
Adjective
Conjunction
'And' is a conjunction. Conjunctions are used to connect clauses or sentences or to coordinate words in the same clause.
4.
Which of these words is a synonym for 'stealthy'?
Rich
Sneaking
Fit and well
Unfit or unwell
'Sneaking' has a similar meaning to 'stealthy'. The other options mean something different.
5.
Which of these words is an adverb?
Secretly
Fizzy
Jolly
Ugly
'Secretly' is an adverb. It describes or modifies a verb, adjective, another adverb or a group of words. The other options are used to modify nouns, so they are adjectives.
6.
Complete the sentence: 'We will go to the park if it ________ rain.'
doesnt
don't
doesn't
dosn't
The correct spelling is 'doesn't'. It's a contraction of 'does not'. Remember, in contractions, the apostrophe replaces missing letters.
7.
What is the past tense of the verb 'run'?
Runned
Ran
Running
Runs
The past tense of 'run' is 'ran'.
8.
Which of these is a proper noun?
House
School
Germany
Work
A proper noun is the name of a specific place, person or thing. So 'Germany' is the correct answer.
9.
Which sentence is correct?
My sister and me went to the cinema.
My sister and I went to the cinema.
I and my sister went to the cinema.
Me and my sister went to the cinema.
'My sister and I went to the cinema.' is grammatically correct. When you are referring to yourself and someone else, put the other person's name first.
10.
Identify the part of speech in the sentence - 'She swiftly ran downstairs.'
'She' is a verb
'Downstairs' is an adjective
'Ran' is a noun
'Swiftly' is an adverb
'Swiftly' is an adverb. It modifies or describes the verb 'ran' by telling how the action was performed.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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