English Olympiad Grammar Worksheet-51

The complete course of grammar Worksheet-51

 

  1. Specify the type of sentence.

Over the last year, I have had 116 students.

A. Simple                                        B. Compound

C. Complex                                    D. Compound-Complex

 

  1. The following are subordinating conjunctions except which of the following conjunction?

A. although       B. when              C. but                  D. if

 

  1. Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in number.

A. Either Naresh or Nandita will go along with me.

B. Either Naresh or Nandita will goes along with me.

C. Either Naresh or Nandita will gone along with me.

D. Either Naresh or Nandita would went along with me.

 

  1. Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in number.

A. The moon in the night sky are a beautiful sight.

B. The moon in the night skies are a beautiful sight.

C. The moon in the night sky is a beautiful sight.

D. The moon in the night skies be a beautiful sight.

 

  1. Specify the correct type of determiner to be used here.

I think, Japanese is  _____ difficult than French.

A. much more  B. much much  C. many more   D. much many

 

  1. A clause _____ have a subject and verb. A phrase _____ have a subject and verb.

A. does not; does                          B. does; does not

C. Neither                                       D. either

 

  1. Pick out the adverbs in the following sentence:

For the Chinese, celebration of the New Year is extremely important.

A. celebration   B. extremely     C. important     D. Chinese

 

  1. Pick out the verbs in the following sentence:

Everyone carefully prepares for weeks.

A. everyone       B. prepares       C. weeks             D. carefully

 

  1. Pick out the adverbs in the following sentence:

Sometimes a guest at the celebration is especially lucky.

A. especially                                   B. celebration

C. lucky                                           D. sometimes

 

  1. Words that represent ONE person, place, thing or idea are called _______nouns.

A. collective nouns                       B. concrete nouns

C. singular nouns                         D. first person nouns

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

  2. C

  3. A

  4. C

  5. A

  6. B

  7. B

  8. B

  9. A

  10. C