The Complete Course of Grammar Worksheet-12
A. Jaymin has secret. B. Jaymin has a secret.
C. Jaymin has a secrets. D. none of these
Stand still and be quiet
A. interrogative B. imperative
C. declarative D. exclamatory
Jay bought a house yesterday. He had been saving money for months.
A. Jay bought a house yesterday because he had been saving money for months.
B. Jay, saving money for months, bought a house yesterday.
C. Jay bought a house yesterday saving money for months.
D. Jay had been saving money for months and he bought a house yesterday.
A. cuontry B. kountry C. country D. counrty
A. troble B. trouble C. truble D. treble
A. nuckle B. knukle C. knuckle D. knuckel
A. fuge B. fugde C. fudge D. fudg
A. and B. or C. with D. but
A. We are having hamburgers, for supper.
B. We are having. Hamburgers for supper.
C. We are having hamburgers; for supper.
D. We are having hamburgers for supper.
He looked at the trophy. He was proud of his victory.
A. He looked at the trophy, proud of his victory.
B. He looked at the trophy, and he was proud of his victory.
C. Proud of his victory, at the trophy, he looked.
D. He looked proud of his victory at the trophy.
_____ one cup of milk in the flask.
A. Poor B. Pore C. Pour D. Pure
The floor is made-up of _____
A. would B. ate C. wood D. eight
I pushed the _______ twice but the car didn't stop.
A. breaks B. where C. brakes D. were
It took Jay more than three _______ to get to this place.
A. ours B. right C. write D. hours
I don't know what to _______ to the holiday party.
A. where B. wear C. blue D. blew
A. Good B. Outside of
C. Half D. Against
(1)–B; (2)–B; (3)–B; (4)–C; (5)–B; (6)–C; (7)–C; (8)–C; (9)–D; (10)–A; (11)–C; (12)–C; (13)–C; (14)–D; (15)–B; (16)–D