Grammar Quiz

Adverbial Clause of Concession Quiz


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Despite the fact that _______, we enjoyed our trip.

A. the weather is bad

B. the bad weather

C. it is a bad weather

D. the weather was bad


I could not eat _______ I was very hungry.

A. even though

B. in spite

C. despite

D. despite of


Despite _______, we arrived on time.

A. the traffic

B. there was heavy traffic

C. of the traffic

D. of there was heavy traffic


Tom went to work despite _______.

A. that he did not feel very well

B. he did not feel very well

C. of the fact not feeling well

D. not feeling very well


I try to do my homework _______ the noise

A. because of

B. although

C. in spite of

D. despite of


Although the sun was shining, _______.

A. it wasn’t very hot

B. yet it was very hot

C. it was very hot

D. but it was very hot


Julie failed the exam _______ of working very hard.

A. despite

B. in spite

C. even if

D. though


_______ my father is old, he still goes jogging.

A. Although

B. Because

C. So that

D. Despite


_______ it was so cold, he went out without an overcoat.

A. If

B. Since

C. Although

D. Because


We are going to have a picnic _______ the bad weather.

A. because

B. despite

C. although

D. because of


_______, he could not finish the job.

A. As hard as he work

B. Despite he worked hard

C. Though he worked hard

D. Although hard work


The children slept well despite _______.

A. it was noise

B. the noise

C. of the noise

D. noisy


She left him _______ she still loved him

A. even

B. even though

C. in spite of

D. despite


_______ she was not well, she still went to work.

A. Because

B. Because of

C. Although

D. In spite of


Though _______, they are good friends.

A. their sometimes quarrel

B. they sometimes have a quarrel

C. to have a quarrel sometimes

D. of there was heavy traffic


We understood him_______ he spoke very fast.

A. because of

B. though

C. in spite of

D. despite


_______ having little money, they are happy.

A. Despite

B. Because of

C. Although

D. Because


He went to work _______ his headache

A. despite

B. although

C. because

D. because of


_______ it rained heavily, we enjoyed our holiday.

A. Because of

B. Because

C. Despite

D. Though


_______, he walked to the station.

A. Despite being tired

B. Although to be tired

C. In spite being tired

D. Despite tired




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