Grammar Quiz

Conjunctions & Interjections Quiz


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What type of conjunction is know by the anagram, FANBOYS?

A. Coordinating Conjunctions

B. Correlative Conjunctions

C. Conjunctive Adverbs

D. Prepositions


A word that expresses feeling or emotion and functions independently from a sentence is a…?

A. Interjection

B. conjunction

C. preposition

D. verb


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? He owned neither a coat nor a hat.”

A. He

B. owned

C. neither…nor

D. coat


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

Marley went to the mall, so she could shop.

A. mall

B. went

C. so

D. stop


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

Sebastian loves to go on roller coasters, yet he has a fear of heights.

A. so

B. yet

C. loves

D. has


Chose the interjection from the sentence below.

Hey, can you help Dawson out?

A. can

B. help

C. hey


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

JaKobie loves to play football, but he does not like to be the running back.

A. but

B. loves

C. play

D. football


Chose the interjection from the sentence below.

I missed the bus. Oh well.

A. missed

B. oh well

C. I missed


The word “nevertheless” is used to connect complete ideas and is what type of conjunction?

A. Coordinating Conjunction

B. Conjunctive Adverb

C. Subordinating Conjunction

D. Correlative Conjunction


What type of conjunction always comes in pairs such as “both….and”?

A. Coordinating Conjunctions

B. Correlative Conjunctions

C. Conjunctive Adverbs

D. Subordinating Conjunctions


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

Neither Scott nor Garrison could decode the puzzle mystery.

A. neither / could

B. neither / nor

C. nor / could


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Aaron and I are good friends.”

A. good

B. friends

C. and

D. Aaron


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “It rained all; consequently, the game was cancelled.”

A. game

B. cancelled

C. consequently

D. rained


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Maria tried, but she failed to eat of the pizza.”

A. Maria

B. but

C. eat

D. pizza


Chose the interjection from the sentence below.

Good grief, that was a close one.

A. close one

B. Good Grief

C. Wow


In the following sentence, which word is the interjection? “Wow! That show was incredible.”

A. wow

B. show

C. was incredible

D. that


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Because Carol practices daily, she is a good musician.”

A. Because

B. Carol

C. good

D. practices


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Jason ran as though a pack of wolves was after him.”

A. ran

B. as through

C. wolves

D. after him


What type of conjunction connects two complete ideas by making one dependent on the other?

A. Subordinating Conjunction

B. Coordinating Conjunction

C. Correlative Conjunction

D. Conjunctive Adverb


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Either Brenda is sick, or she forgot about our meeting.”

A. either…or

B. Brenda

C. is sick

D. forgot


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

Both the Great White and the Dwarf Pig are carnivorous animals.

A. and / but

B. both / and

C. and / are


Which word is the correlative conjunctions in the sentence below?

Braydon is not only a great basketball player, but also a brilliant student.

A. not only / but

B. not only / but also

C. only / but


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

Whether I get Student Council or not, I know I would do a good job.

A. whether / or

B. whether / or not


Which conjunction from the sentences connects the two phrases?

The boys are fast, but the girls are faster.

A. fast

B. so

C. but

D. fast


In the following sentence, which word is the conjunction? “Even though it was late, I was not tired.”

A. even though

B. late

C. tired

D. was not




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