Grammar Rules Quiz 1

You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests what you learned on our basic grammar rules page.

1. The first letter of the first word in a sentence should be

a large letter a capital letter
a) a large letter b) a capital letter

2. The order of a basic positive sentence is

Subject-Verb-Object Verb-Object-Subject
a) Subject-Verb-Object b) Verb-Object-Subject

3. Every sentence must have a subject and

a verb an object
a) a verb b) an object

4. A plural subject needs

a singular verb a plural verb
a) a singular verb b) a plural verb

5. When two singular subjects are connected by or, use

a singular verb a plural verb
a) a singular verb b) a plural verb

6. Adjectives usually come

before a noun after a noun
a) before a noun b) after a noun

7. If an opinion-adjective and a fact-adjective are used before a noun, which comes first?

a fact-adjective an opinion-adjective
a) a fact-adjective b) an opinion-adjective

8. In British English, a collective noun is usually treated as

singular plural
a) singular b) plural

9. The terms "its" and "it's" have

the same meaning different meanings
a) the same meaning b) different meanings

10. Which is correct?

You're looking good Your looking good
a) You're looking good b) Your looking good

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