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Practice - Vocabulary and Grammar - 04

Hello bright minds! It's time to show what you've got. This quiz is all about English; expanding your vocabulary and understanding grammatical structures. These questions have been specifically designed for KS2 students. Don't worry, it's not about who finishes first but who learns the most. Have fun quizzing!
1.
Complete the idiom: 'The ball is in your _______.'
Pocket
Hand
Court
Field
The correct idiom is 'The ball is in your court' which means it is now your turn to respond or take action.
2.
Which word is an adjective in this sentence? 'Do you like my new bike?'
Like
New
Bike
My
'New' is an adjective because it describes the noun, 'bike'.
3.
Which sentence is written in the present tense?
They played football at the park.
She is reading a book.
He planted a tree.
We visited Greece.
'She is reading a book' is in present tense as it showcases an action happening currently.
4.
How many syllables are there in the word 'fantastic'?
Two
Three
Four
Five
The word 'fantastic' is made up of three syllables: fan-tas-tic.
5.
What does the prefix in the word 'unwell' mean?
Over
Under
Not
Very
The prefix 'un-' often means 'not'. Therefore, 'unwell' means 'not well'.
6.
Choose the antonym for the word 'empty'.
Shallow
Packed
Hollow
Clear
'Packed' is the opposite of 'empty', hence the antonym. 'Full' would also work. Can you think of any other antonyms of 'empty'?
7.
Which sentence is a statement?
Is it raining outside?
Close the door.
The sky is blue.
Have you finished your dinner?
A statement is a sentence that tells something. 'The sky is blue' is a statement.
8.
Which sentence contains an adverb?
The cat is fluffy.
They swim quickly.
She has a bicycle.
My apple is red.
'Quickly' is an adverb since it describes how the swimming is done.
9.
What is the plural form of the word 'roof'?
Rooves
Roofes
Roofs
Roovs
The correct plural form of 'roof' is 'roofs'.
10.
Which of these words is a noun?
Running
Is
Dog
Above
'Dog' is a noun because it names a person, place, or thing.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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