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Practice - Vocabulary and Grammar - 07

Hello, enthusiastic learners! Are you ready for a fun and challenging English quiz? This quiz will test your knowledge of vocabulary and grammatical structures. So, put on your thinking cap, keep a cool head, and remember, getting the right answer is more important than speed. It's time to show just how much you've absorbed from your English classes! Good luck and let's get started!
1.
What does the word 'humble' mean?
arrogant
modest
loud
mean
'Humble' means 'modest'. A humble person does not brag about their achievements or abilities.
2.
What is the correct spelling of the word meaning 'to leave a place or vehicle'?
disembarc
disembark
disembarck
dissembark
The correct spelling is 'disembark'. It means 'to leave a ship or aircraft'.
3.
What is the plural form of 'calf'?
calves
calfes
calvs
calfs
The plural form of 'calf' is 'calves'. This is an irregular plural form.
4.
What is the past tense of 'eat'?
eated
eat
ate
eatened
The past tense of 'eat' is 'ate'. Remember, English has many irregular verbs!
5.
Which of these sentences is correct?
She don't have a bike.
He doesn't likes ice cream.
They doesn't play basketball.
He doesn't have a brother.
The correct sentence is 'He doesn't have a brother'. 'Doesn't' is used with singular nouns or pronouns.
6.
What does 'biweekly' mean?
twice a week
every two weeks
both a and b
once in two years
'Biweekly' can mean both 'twice a week' and 'every two weeks'. It can be confusing!
7.
Which of the following options is an adverb?
run
beautiful
slowly
dancer
An adverb describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs. 'Slowly' is an adverb in this instance.
8.
Which one of these is a complex sentence?
I took a walk.
John laughs.
She bought a car because she got a new job.
Cats meow.
A complex sentence has one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. 'She bought a car because she got a new job' is a complex sentence.
9.
What does the prefix 'im-' mean, in the word 'impossible'?
not
more
again
before
The prefix 'im-' means 'not'. 'Impossible' means 'not possible'. Some other examples are 'imperfect', 'immoral' and 'immature'.
10.
What type of word is 'and'?
noun
verb
adjective
conjunction
'And' is a conjunction. Conjunctions connect words, phrases, or clauses.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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