Class/Course - English

Subject - English-Grammar

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  • 1. Noun - Quiz

    1. Singular noun is a:
    a) A noun that names only one group of person.
    b) A noun that names only one person, place, or thing.
    c) A single world is called Singular noun
    d) None Of These

    2. Noun is a:
    a) naming word.
    b) person name only.
    c) name person and place only.
    d) None Of These

  • 2. Pronoun - Quiz

    1. Choose the correct sentence :
    a) Either Pramod or Narendra has learnt their lesson.
    b) Either Pramod or Narendra has learnt our lesson.
    c) Either Pramod or Narendra has learnt his lesson.
    d) Either Pramod or Narendra have learnt their lesson.

    2. Choose the correct sentence :
    a) Uneasy lies the head which wears the crown.
    b) Uneasy lies the head what wears the crown.
    c) Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.
    d) None of these

  • 3. Adjective and Determiners - Quiz

    1. Correct the following sentences:

    Ramesh is one of the best student in the college.
    a) Ramesh is one of the best students in the collee.
    b) Ramesh is one of the best student on that college
    c) Ramesh is one of the student in the college of best
    d) Ramesh is one of the best student of the college

    2. Fill in the blanks with appropriate determiners:

    Will you please lend me __________ money.
    a) any
    b) the any
    c) some
    d) a some

  • 4. Verb - Quiz

    1. ________ You happy to see me?
    a) Am
    b) Was
    c) Is
    d) Are

    2. Choose the correct form of the verb:

    We ______(play) tennis together last June.
    a) Had played
    b) Were playing
    c) Played
    d) Play

  • 5. Adverb - Quiz

    1. Choose the correct sentence for the given sentence:

    I go often to the Shani Temple (to offer prayer)
    a) I often to have Shani Temple (to offer prayer).
    b) I often go to the Shani Temple (to offer prayer).
    c) I often the go to Shani Temple (to offer prayer).
    d) I often go to Shani Temple (to offer prayer)

    2. How many types of adverb:
    a) 2
    b) 3
    c) 4
    d) 5

  • 6. Conjunction - Quiz

    1. He has not called _______ he left last week.
    a) Although
    b) And
    c) Or
    d) Since

    2. Choose the correct sentence for the given sentence:

    English is not only difficult to speak but also to write.
    a) English is difficult not only to speak but also to write.
    b) English is difficult not only to speak but to write.
    c) English is difficult not only to speak also to write.
    d) none of these

  • 7. Preposition - Quiz

    1. We do not usually feel tired ______ the morning.
    a) at
    b) from
    c) in
    d) to

    2. Innocent people were ______ the casualties.
    a) between
    b) Into
    c) among
    d) in

  • 8. Articles - Quiz

    1. Lets sing _____ song .
    a) the
    b) a
    c) an
    d) Both a and C

    2. Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru was _________ first Prime Minister of free India.
    a) the
    b) a
    c) Both a and B
    d) an

  • 9. Spelling Error - Quiz

    1. Choose the correct spelling.
    a) Comittee
    b) Commitee
    c) Committe
    d) Committee

    2. Choose the correct spelling.
    a) Litirature
    b) Literature
    c) Litarature
    d) Literatore

  • 10. Transformation of sentences - Quiz

    1. Combine the following sentences:
    (a) He was absent.
    (b) He was ill.
    a) He was absent because he was ill.
    b) He was absent so he was ill.
    c) He was absent and he was ill.
    d) None of These

    2. Write the noun form of the given verb-Pursue
    a) Pursue
    b) Pursuit
    c) Pursuing
    d) None of These

  • 11. Tense - Quiz

    1. "Point of time" is denoted by:
    a) For
    b) From
    c) Since
    d) All Above

    2. Present indefinite tense always take:
    a) 1st form of verb with s/es
    b) 1st form of verb
    c) Both A and B
    d) None Of These

  • 12. Common Errors - Quiz

    1. Find out the part which has an error.If there is no error, Your answer is (d).
    a) Not only we saw the
    b) Education Minister but also
    c) the Chief Minister
    d) No error

    2. Find out the part which has an error.If there is no error, Your answer is (d).
    a) It is in 1929 that
    b) we first flew to
    c) the United States
    d) No error

  • 13. Idioms and Phrases - Quiz

    1. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase: with a silver spoon in his mouth .
    a) born in a royal family
    b) borne in a middle class family
    c) born in a family of nationalists
    d) born in a wealthy family

    2. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase: blowing his own trumpet .
    a) parading his own good deeds
    b) speaking too loudly
    c) looking after his own interest
    d) making long speeches

  • 14. One Word Substitution - Quiz

    1. Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words /sentence : Stealing from the writings of others
    a) Copying
    b) Reframing
    c) Reproducing
    d) Plagiarism

    2. Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words /sentence : That which makes it difficult to recognise the presence of real nature of somebody or something
    a) Cover
    b) Mask
    c) Pretence
    d) Camouflage

  • 15. Sequence of Sentences - Quiz

    1. Passage consists of six sentences .The first and the sixth sentences are given in the begining. The middle four sentences in each have been jumbled up.

    S1: At the age of 18, Gandhi went to college but remained there for only a part of the year
    S6: In spite of all the difficulties, the young Mohandas, at 18 sailed for England, leaving a wife and child behind.

    P: It was difficult for him to leave India and go to a foreign land where he would have to eat and drink with foreigners.
    Q: The college did not interest him and he did not do well.
    R: This was against his religion, and most leaders of his community were against his going.
    S: Soon after this, he was advised to go to England, to study law and become a lawyer.

    Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
    a) QRSP
    b) SRPQ
    c) RPQS
    d) QSPR

    2. Passage consists of six sentences .The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been jumbled up.

    S1: We are living in an age in which technology has suddenly `annihilated distance`.
    S6: In that event, we should be dooming ourselves to wipe each other out.

    P: We have never been so conscious of our variety as we are now that we have come to such close quarters
    Q: Physically we are now all neighbors, but psychologically we are still strangers to each other.
    R: Are we going to let this consciousness of our variety make us fear and hate eah other?
    S: How are we going to react?

    Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
    a) QPSR
    b) QPRS
    c) PRQS
    d) SRPQ

  • 16. Synonyms - Quiz

    1. Choose the option that is the most appropriate synonym to the given word : Circumscribe
    a) Limit
    b) Entangle
    c) Destroy
    d) Erode

    2. Choose the option that is the most appropriate synonym to the given word : Accolade
    a) Honour
    b) Appreciation
    c) Greeting
    d) Gift

  • 17. Antonyms - Quiz

    1. Choose the option which is most opposite in meaning to the given word: Antipathy
    a) Profundity
    b) Fondness
    c) Objection
    d) Willingness

    2. Choose the option which is most opposite in meaning to the given word: Jettison
    a) Abandon
    b) Strengthen
    c) Accept
    d) Modify

  • 18. Sentence Improvement - Quiz

    1. Choose the option which is an improvement upon the underlined part of the sentence. If no improvement is reqiured, your answer is (d):
    I am story, but I don`t believe what you say.
    a) I will not believe
    b) I am not believing
    c) I will not be believing
    d) no improvement

    2. Choose the option which is an improvement upon the underlined part of the sentence. If no improvement is reqiured, your answer is (d):
    If he had time he will call you.
    a) would have
    b) would have had
    c) has been staying
    d) no improvement

  • 19. Voice - Quiz

    1. Select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive Voice:
    I am to do it.
    a) It is to do by me.
    b) It is to been done by me.
    c) It is to be done by me.
    d) None Of There

    2. Select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive Voice:
    Everbody loves Mahatma Gandhi.
    a) Mahatma Gandhi is loved.
    b) Mahatma Gandhi is loved everyone.
    c) Mahatma Gandhi loves by everyone.
    d) None Of There

  • 20. Choosing Appropriate Words - Quiz

    1. The soldiers were instructed to _______ restraint and handle the situation peacefully.
    a) normal
    b) standard
    c) moderate
    d) judicious

    2. It is difficult to believe what he tells us because his account of any event is always full of _____ of all sorts.
    a) discretions
    b) differences
    c) discrepancies
    d) distinction

  • 21. Narration - Quiz

    1. Change the sentence into Indirect Speech:

    Ram said,"Does he know you?"
    a) Ram asked me that he knew me.
    b) Ram asked me if he knew me.
    c) Ram asked me if he know me.
    d) Ram asked me if he knew you.

    2. Change the sentence into Indirect Speech:

    She said to me,"Have a cup of tea."
    a) She told me to have a cup of tea.
    b) She told me that have a cup of tea.
    c) She told me, have a cup of tea.
    d) None Of These

  • 22. Double blanks in a Sentence - Quiz

    1. In his_______ he followed the ______ course.
    a) agony, funny
    b) ignorance, wrong
    c) hurry, diversified
    d) predicament, proper

    2. ________ persons are inclined to _________.
    a) obese, corpulence
    b) generous, leanness
    c) domineering, temperance
    d) vacillating, determination