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Practice - Grammar and Language - 06

Hey there, language lovers! Ready to put your English grammar knowledge to the test? This fun quiz is just for KS3 students like you. We've got 10 engaging questions, each one more intriguing than the last! Let's see how well you know the rules and structure of the English language. Remember, no pressure – it's all in good fun. So, grab your thinking caps, and let's get quizzing!
1.
Choose the sentence that uses plural nouns correctly.
Childrens enjoys playing games.
Childs enjoy playing game.
Children enjoy playing games.
Children enjoy playing game.
Option 'c' is correct as 'children' is the correct plural form of 'child' and 'games' is the correct plural form of 'game'.
2.
Choose the correct sentence.
There are a lot of books in the library.
There is many books in the library.
There is a lots of books in the library.
There are many book in the library.
Option 'a' is correct because 'there are' is used correctly with the plural noun 'books'.
3.
Choose the correct verb to complete the sentence: 'I ___ to the music.'
listen
listens
listening
listener
'I listen to the music' is correct because 'listen' is the correct verb form to use with 'I'.
4.
Which of the following sentences uses correct punctuation?
My sister's books are on the shelf.
My sisters books are on the shelf,
My sister's books, are on the shelf.
My sisters books are on the shelf.
Option 'a' is correct because the apostrophe indicates possession, and there is no unnecessary punctuation.
5.
Which of the following sentences is written in the past tense?
I run to the shop.
I will run to the shop.
I ran to the shop.
I am running to the shop.
'I ran to the shop' is in the past tense, because 'ran' is the past tense of 'run'.
6.
Identify the adverb in the following sentence: 'John quickly ran to the shop.'
John
quickly
ran
shop
'Quickly' is the adverb because it describes how John ran.
7.
What does an interjection express?
Emotion
Action
Person, place or thing
Time
Interjections are words or phrases that express strong emotion.
8.
Which of the following is a conjunction?
However
Although
Despite
All of the above
All of the options are conjunctions, they are used to connect clauses or sentences.
9.
What type of word is 'kindly' in the following sentence: 'She kindly helped me.'?
Adjective
Noun
Adverb
Preposition
'Kindly' is an adverb because it describes how 'she' performed the action ('helped').
10.
Select the word or words that should be capitalised in the following sentence: 'i visited paris in the summer.'
i
i and summer
i and paris
i, summer and paris
'i' should always be capitalised in English. So should proper nouns, like Paris.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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