Grammar Quiz

WH Questions and Simple Past Tense Quiz


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Which word is incorrect in this sentence?: “Why did you ate my sandwich?”

A. did

B. you

C. ate

D. Why


Choose the correct response to this question: “When did you arrive?”

A. At home

B. My brother

C. Yesterday

D. Very well.


Choose the question for this response: “She arrived last night.”

A. How did Jessica arrive?

B. Where did Jessica arrive?

C. When did Jessica arrive?

D. Why did Jessica arrive?


What does the question word “Where” ask about?

A. Persons

B. Place

C. Time

D. Manner


Choose the correct question for this response: “They played football in the park?”

A. Why did they play football?

B. When did they play football?

C. How did they play football?

D. Where did they play football?


Choose the best answer to this question: “Where did you buy your cell phone?”

A. Yesterday

B. My mother

C. At the mall

D. With my credit card


What does the question word “Who” ask about?

A. Person

B. Place

C. Time

D. Manner


Choose the correct question word to fill in the blank:

“_______ did you go last weekend?”

A. What

B. Where


Choose the correct question word to fill in the blank: “_______ did you arrive at work this morning?”

A. How

B. Who


Choose the correct word to fill in the blank: “When ____ you arrive yesterday?”

A. do

B. are

C. did

D. doing


Choose the question for this response: “How did you improve your English?”

A. My teacher

B. Two days ago

C. Watching movies and listening to music in English

D. At home


What does the question word “How” ask about?

A. Persons

B. Things, Events, Concepts, Ideas

C. Place

D. Manner/Method/Methodology


What does the question word “When” ask about?

A. Person

B. Place

C. Time

D. Manner


What does the question word “What” ask about?

A. Persons

B. Things, Events, Concepts, Ideas

C. Place

D. Time


Jim and Jessica _______ to Costa Rica last weekend.

A. drived

B. drove

C. was drive

D. did drive




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