Grammar Quiz

TOEFL Grammar Quiz


How much should a 13-year-old boy pay for a one-day pass?

A. $48.00

B. $38.00

C. $28.00

People drink this by pouring boiling water onto the dried leaves. It usually has a brown color. What is it?

A. Milk

B. Tea

C. Soft drink

What type of tickets is on the list?

A. One-day pass

B. One-week pass

C. Morning Pass

When the mountain forests _____, there can be large forest fires.

A. become dry

B. becoming dry

C. become drying

D. drying

“Where did you work before?”
“I worked only minutes _____ railroad track.”

A. from

B. from the

C. near

D. away

When we woke up, everywhere was _____ snow.

A. covered

B. covered by

C. covered with

D. covering

Choose the sentence with the correct grammar.

A. He classify those pens into different colors.

B. I will classify these species into different groups.

C. I will classified these species into different group.

D. He classifying those pens into different colors.

Most people at some stage have a feeling _____.

A. responsible

B. responsibility

C. of responsibility

D. to be responsible

What is NOT true about the given information?

A. You can buy annual tickets.

B. You don’t need to bring any form of personal identification.

C. You can save time if you book tickets online.

“Who did you meet at the community dinner dance?”
“I met many _____ people.”

A. grandly

B. celebration

C. fame

D. prominent

This stadium can hold _____.

A. much audience

B. a large audience

C. much audiences

D. many audiences

“I don’t want to buy anything, do you?”
“Yes, I’d like to buy _____”

A. pencil

B. much pencils

C. any pencils

D. some pencils

We can _____ sports on Saturday if you’d like.

A. plays

B. has

C. does

D. play

This is a salad made with thinly cut raw cabbage. It is mixed with salad dressing. What is it?

A. Corn salad

B. Potato Salad

C. Coleslaw

It is a colored liquid that people use for writing. What is it?

A. Lead

B. Mud

C. Ink

_____ the hotel rooms are reserved throughout peak season.

A. Almost

B. Almost of

C. Almost all of

D. Most of all

“What kind of work are you doing for that company?”
“I’m _____ as an administrator.”

A. worked

B. occupied

C. hired

D. employed

In winter, driving accidents occur quite _____ on the highways.

A. frequently

B. many

C. much

D. a few

The subway station is _____ here.

A. near

B. near to

C. near from

D. nearing

Many fans showed up at the stadium. They were _____ the big game.

A. anxious seeing

B. anxious to see

C. to anxiously see

D. to see anxiously

What will Sharon find in the attached file?

A. A story about Claire’s childhood

B. Sharon’s feedback on her own essay

C. Claire’s comments on Sharon’s essay

You usually do this before you play a sport. You straighten your arms and legs. What are you doing?

A. Crawling

B. Spreading

C. Streching

Why is Robin happy?

A. He has a final exam to take.

B. His exams are over.

C. He is going to be a 5th grader next year.

It is a piece of soft thin paper. You can use it when you blow your nose or wipe something off your skin.

A. a blanket

B. a towel

C. a tissue

“John isn’t sure that the meeting will be held tomorrow.”
“But I ____.”

A. certain

B. certainly

C. am certain

D. am certainly


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