Grammar Quiz

Coordinate Conjunction Quizzes


Preview 20 Quizzes about Coordinate Conjunction

My employer refused to accept my resignation, … did he raise my salary.

  1. but
  2. nor
  3. so
  4. yet


She has some shoes, … none of them are comfortable for brisk walking.

  1. and
  2. but
  3. nor
  4. so


Which sentence is an example of a comma splice? (remember a comma splice is an ERROR—it is not punctuated correctly)

A. Playing basketball is really fun and I hope to get more opportunities to play it.
B. Playing basketball is really fun, and I hope to get more opportunities to play it.
C. Playing basketball is really fun, I hope to get more opportunities to play it.


We went fishing, camping, ____ hiking in the woods.

A. Nor
B. Or
C. And


Bobby really hates cold water, … he attends swimming lesson twice a week in the morning.

  1. and
  2. for
  3. so
  4. yet


My brother and I visited the zoo last week, … we took some photos.

  1. and
  2. but
  3. for
  4. yet


Pat looked at the antique rocker, ________ she couldn’t afford to buy it.

A. And
B. But
C. Or


We love hiking, _________ we also love camping.

A. Nor
B. And
C. Or


Your niece and I went out to lunch, ________ we both ordered fish.

A. And
B. Or
C. Yet


Bill went to work, _______ he didn’t punch in.

A. Or
B. But
C. So


I want to know how customers decide to buy … not to buy a new car.

  1. and
  2. nor
  3. or
  4. yet


Constance might go to the library, ________ she might stay home.

A. But
B. So
C. Nor


Annette couldn’t go, ________ she was tired.

A. Nor
B. Yet
C. For


I want to be an interpreter, ________ I went to college.

A. So
B. And
C. But


Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A. He gathered the leaves and got ready to jump in.
B. He gathered the leaves, and got ready to jump in.
C. He gathered the leaves, got ready to jump in.


His shoes are worn, _______ he has no socks.

A. For
B. So
C. Or


I want to buy a new car, … I’m planning to trade in my current car.

  1. but
  2. for
  3. nor
  4. so


Sue jogs every day, _______ she wants to stay in shape.

A. But
B. Yet
C. For


Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A. I am a dancer yet I never have time to perform.
B. I am a dancer, yet I never have time to perform.
C. I am a dancer, I never have time to perform.


We can broil the chicken, ____ we can just eat leftovers.

A. But
B. Or
C. Nor


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