Grammar Quiz

Compound Sentences Quiz


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Do you like playing volleyball, _______ do you like playing videogames?

A. and

B. but

C. or


It rained all day, _______ we didn’t go outside.

A. and

B. or

C. but

D. so


“for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so” are all called what?

A. subordinating conjunctions

B. coordinating conjunctions

C. prepositions

D. adverbs


I don’t have a lot of free time today. I can clean my apartment, _______ I can buy some groceries. I can’t do both.

A. and

B. or

C. but

D. so


Do you want to try these shorts, _____ do you want to try on those blue ones?

A. and

B. but

C. or


I have to do my homework, _________ I don’t want to.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Is this sentence compound or simple?

The three girls played on the playground and rode bikes.

A. compound

B. simple


This cellphone is user-friendly, ____ it is attractive.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Is the following sentence a Simple Sentence or Compound Sentence?
I decided I really wanted to eat a pumpkin muffin, so I drove to the store to buy one.

A. Simple Sentence

B. Compound Sentence


Kamal is intelligent, ______ he is not friendly.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Which of the following answers lists ALL of the coordinating conjunctions? (FANBOYS)

A. It, my, For, And, So, But, Dog 

B. Because, If, So that, Even though, Since

C. For, The, A, An, Yet, So, But 

D. For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So


He studied hard, __________ he passed the test.

A. and

B. but

C. or


He doesn’t speak English, _________ he speaks Italian.

A. and

B. but

C. or


What is the correct way to combine the following two simple sentences into a compound sentence?

Wishbone wanted to take a nap. He was too busy reading.

A. Wishbone wanted too take a nap. He was too busy reading.

B. Wishbone wanted to take a nap, but he was too busy reading.

C. Wishbone wanted to take a nap, he was too busy reading.

D. Wishbone wanted to take a nap, but too busy reading he was.


These jeans are beautiful, ____ they are too short.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Lucas is good at reading, _____ he likes writing.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Is the following sentence a Simple sentence or a Compound sentence?

” Mrs. Musto and Mrs. Gambler ate an entire pizza during lunch. ”

A. Simple Sentence

B. Compound Sentence


Is this a compound sentence?

Rita and Samantha climbed the highest tree in the park today.

A. yes

B. no


Simon wants to buy a new cell phone, ________ he is going to save money for a few months.

A. and

B. or

C. but

D. so


In a compound sentence, the comma comes ______________ the coordinating conjunction.

A. after

B. before

C. there is no comma


This laptop is very compact, ___ it is very cheap too.

A. and

B. or

C. but


Do you prefer ice cream, _____ do you prefer to drink hot chocolate?

A. but

B. and

C. or


You can make your appointment now, ______ we can call you next week to schedule it.

A. and

B. or

C. but

D. so


I like chocolate ice cream, ________ my sister likes vanilla.

A. and

B. but

C. or


Simon wants to buy a new cell phone, ________ he doesn’t have enough money.

A. and

B. or

C. but

D. so




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