Grammar Quiz

Correlative conjunctions Quiz


Preview:


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

A. Whether … or

B. Neither … nor


_____ my stereo _____ my laptop quit working last week.

A. Both … and

B. Whether … or


_______ we eat before the movie _______ after the movie makes no difference to me.

A. Both; and

B. Whether; or

C. If; then

D. Either, or


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

A. either … or

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


We are going to be late. Renee has _____brushed her teeth____ combed her hair.

A. either; or

B. neither; nor

C. both; and

D. no sooner; than


Mandy spent too much money at the mall. She bought _____ a new sweater _____ a new purse.

A. either; or

B. neither; nor

C. not only; but also

D. no sooner; than


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

A. either … or

B. whether … or


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

A. Neither … nor

B. Either … or


Neither Uncle Bill’s cats nor his dog _______ allowed to enter Grandma’s house.

A. is

B. are

C. isn’t

D. aren’t


Choose the sentence that is most balanced.

A. I both want a new bike and a new helmet.

B. I want both a new bike, and I also need a new helmet that fits my head.

C. I want both a new bike and a new helmet.

D. All of the sentences are well balanced.


_____ Alex _____ Carlos applied for the job.

A. Whether … or

B. Both … and


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

A. neither … nor

B. whether … or


You may use ____ a red pen or a red marker to correct your spelling pretest.

A. either

B. neither

C. both

D. not one


Both the grass and the bushes ______ to be trimmed.

A. needs

B. need

C. will needs

D. was needed


I only like ketchup on my cheeseburger. Therefore, I want _______ pickles _______ mustard.

A. either; or

B. neither; nor

C. not only; but also

D. no sooner; than


Choose the sentence that is most balanced.

A. Neither singing nor my dance skills are very good.

B. I neither sing nor dancing is much fun.

C. I neither sing nor dance.

D. All of the sentences are well balanced.


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

A. Either … or

B. Neither … nor


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

A. Not only … but also

B. Both … and


Maybe Dennis will get accepted by Stanford University by the end of this month. Maybe he’ll get rejected.

A. Dennis will either get accepted by Stanford University or get rejected.

B. Either Dennis will get accepted or will get rejected by Stanford University by the end of the month.

C. Dennis will either get accepted or get rejected by Stanford University by the end of this month.


Neither my yo-yo nor my ball ______ as fun as my tablet.

A. are

B. is

C. aren’t

D. isn’t


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

A. Either … or

B. Neither … nor


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

A. Either … or

B. Whether … or


_____ _____ 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


The Jones boys might play tennis this weekend. They might go sailing instead.

A. The Jones boys might both play tennis and go sailing this weekend.

B. The Jones boys will either play tennis or go sailing this weekend.

C. The Jones boys will play either tennis or sailing this weekend.




About grammarquiz.net

GrammarQuiz.Net - Improve your knowledge of English grammar, the best way to kill your free time.