Grammar Quiz

Correlative conjunctions Quiz


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I can’t decide _____ to play soccer this year _____ take gymnastics.

A. neither … nor

B. whether … or


I can’t decide _____ I should take French next year _____ take Spanish.

A. either … or

B. whether … or


_____ we go to San Francisco _____ New York for our holidays, I’ll be happy.

A. Either … or

B. Whether … or


Marissa found _____ _____ the shoes she had lost _____ _____ her favorite necklace.

A. not only … but also

B. neither … nor


If I buy that dress, _____ I’ll have no lunch money _____ no bus fare for the month.

A. either … or

B. neither … nor


_____ Chelsea _____ Miranda made the basketball team, even though they practiced hard.

A. Either … or

B. Neither … nor


_____ Alex _____ Carlos applied for the job.

A. Whether … or

B. Both … and


_____ my brother _____ my sister can go to the game.

A. Whether … or

B. Neither … nor


_____ you clean your room _____ you will stay home this weekend.

A. Either … or

B. Neither … nor


Sorry, but I have _____ the money _____ the time to go shopping right now.

A. either … or

B. neither … nor


_____ _____ did Marcus fail math this year, _____ _____ English.

A. Not only … but also

B. Both … and


_____ _____ did she do well on the math test, _____ she _____ got an A on her social studies report.

A. Not only … but also

B. Either … or


_____ my stereo _____ my laptop quit working last week.

A. Both … and

B. Whether … or


_____ you clean your room _____ you will stay home this weekend.

A. Either … or

B. Neither … nor


_____ I can go to the movies on Saturday, _____ I can go to the mall.

A. Neither … nor

B. Either … or


I found _____ my homework _____ my textbook under my bed.

A. both … and

B. whether … or




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