English Olympiad Grammar Worksheet-47

The complete course of grammar Worksheet-47

 

  1. The correct comparative form of the adverb "quickly" is

A. quicker                                      B. quicklier

C. more quickly                            D. much quickly

 

  1. Identify the sentence type in the following sentence:

After school Kokila feeds the sparrows and Madhurika looks after the guinea pigs.

A. simple                                        B. compound

C. compound complex                D. complex

 

  1. Punctuate this dialogue:

I have two dogs said Jyotsna that fight all the time

A. "I have two dogs," said Jyotsna, "that fight all the time."

B. "I have, two dogs" said Jyotsna, "that fight, all the time."

C. "I, have two dogs;" said Jyotsna;"that fight all; the time."

D. "I have two, dogs," said Jyotsna "that fight all the time."

 

  1. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?

A. Jeevraj was not only a good soccer player; but, he was also an excellent student.

B. Jeevraj was not only a good soccer player; but he was also an excellent student.

C. Jeevraj was not only a good soccer player but, he was also an excellent student.

D. Jeevraj was not only a good soccer player but he was also an excellent student.

 

  1. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?

A. Nandita who was a very good writer began writing when she was only 16 years old.

B. Nandita, who was a very good writer, began writing when she was only 16 years old.

C. Nandita who was a very good writer began writing, when she was only 16 years old.

D. Nandita ,who was a very good writer, began writing when she was only 16 years old

 

  1. Which of the following words are examples of abstract nouns?

A. red, quick, sporty                    B. sadness, fear, loyalty

C. paintbrush, art, beauty          D. fun, sports, beach

 

  1. The correct superlative form of the adverb "well" is

A. most well      B. best                C. better             D. more well

 

  1. The correct superlative form of the adverb "bad" is

A. bad                 B. worst             C. baddest         D. worse

 

  1. The correct superlative form of the adverb "better" is

A. good               B. best                C. goodest          D. well

 

  1. Blake Hicks said that scientists can make sapphires, rubies, and emeralds in laboratories.

A. simple                                        B. compound

C. compound complex                D. complex

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

  2. B

  3. A

  4. D

  5. B

  6. B

  7. B

  8. B

  9. B

  10. D