Grammar Quiz

Parts of Speech Quiz


Find the adverb: I did so well on my test, that my mom bought me a new sweater.
A. I
B. did
C. well
D. test

Dust covered every surface in the locked bedroom.

A. adverb

B. noun

C. verb

D. adjective

Modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb
A. Adjective
B. Adverb
C. Conjunction
D. Verb

Find the adjective: The sweater I want to wear is dirty.

A. sweater

B. wear

C. want

D. dirty

Yikes! I’m late for class.

A. noun

B. verb

C. interjection

D. conjunction

Find the adverb: Push the button now!

A. Push

B. the

C. button

D. now

What is the adjective in this sentence?

My school is working hard to prepare us for testing day.

A. school

B. working

C. hard

D. testing

Joins two words, phrases, or clauses
A. Preposition
B. Interjection
C. Pronoun
D. Conjunction

Find the plural noun: Whenever it snows, my mom makes me wear a coat, a scarf and heavy winter boots.

A. snows

B. makes

C. scarf

D. boots

Indicates a temporal or spatial relationship to a noun or pronoun
A. Adjective
B. Adverb
C. Conjunction
D. Preposition

What part of speech is library?

The school library is full of new books.

A. noun

B. adjective

C. pronoun

D. verb

After lunch, let’s go out for a coffee.

A. Pronoun

B. Preposition

C. Verb

D. Adjective

If we finish our work quickly, we can go to the movie.

A. conjunction

B. adverb

C. preposition

D. verb

Replaces a noun
A. Adjective
B. Noun
C. Pronoun
D. Preposition

What is the adverb in this sentence?

Sally read that book quickly so she checked out another one.

A. another

B. read

C. quickly

D. so

Find the pronoun: Margot waited all day for him to come home.

A. Margot

B. waited

C. him

D. chores

Find the adjective: I like to buy fresh fruit for my lunches.

A. lunches

B. buy

C. fresh

D. fruit

Indicates emotion and does not fit into the grammar of the sentence
A. Interjection
B. Preposition
C. Conjunction
D. Adverb

Andy knocked on the door but nobody answered.

A. noun

B. adjective

C. adverb

D. conjunction

Find the past tense verb: Marcus walked to school every day but now he takes the bus.

A. Marcus

B. walked

C. day

D. takes

What is the pronoun in this sentence?

My teacher read us a story about children from long ago.

A. teacher

B. us

C. children

D. from

Find the proper noun: The groups of kids were waiting patiently to see the Taylor Swift concert.

A. kids

B. waiting

C. patiently

D. Taylor Swift

Find the abstract noun: It took a lot of courage for the boy to get on the roller coaster.

A. took

B. boy

C. courage

D. roller coaster

Find the plural noun: The farmer had 150 sheep in the green meadow.

A. farmer

B. sheep

C. green 

D. meadow

Well, I don’t think I’ll be home before 7.

A. Interjection

B. Verb

C. Preposition

D. Conjunction


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