A Grammar Check-Up

Welcome to our English Grammar Quiz! This interactive test is designed to challenge your knowledge on a variety of grammar topics including verb tenses, punctuation, sentence structure, and more. Regardless of whether you're a beginner or an expert, this quiz will surely provide you with a chance to brush up your skills. So, gear up and let's explore the intricacies of English grammar together.
Which of the following sentences is written in the past perfect tense?
I had visited London before I moved there.
I visited London.
I have been to London.
I will visit London.
How would you correctly punctuate this sentence: "If you come to the party and I hope you do bring a friend with you"?
"If you come to the party, and I hope, you do bring a friend with you."
"If you come to the party and I hope you do, bring a friend with you."
"If you come to the party, and I hope you do, bring a friend with you."
"If you come to the party and I hope you do bring a friend, with you."
Identify the direct object in this sentence: "She gave her friend a gift."
her friend
a gift
Which of the following sentences is in the active voice?
The dog was walked by John.
The cake was eaten by the children.
The game was won by our team.
Mary read the book.
Which of the following words is a conjunction?
Which of the following sentences correctly uses a semicolon?
She loves pizza; and pasta.
She loves pizza; but she also likes pasta.
She loves pizza; she also likes pasta.
She loves pizza; because it's delicious.
Identify the predicate in the following sentence: "The cat sat on the mat."
The cat
sat on the mat
the mat
on the mat
Which type of verb is in this sentence: "The sun shines brightly."?
Auxiliary verb
Linking verb
Transitive verb
Intransitive verb
What does the term 'antecedent' refer to in grammar?
The word, phrase, or clause that a pronoun refers back to.
The synonym of a noun.
The past form of a verb.
The punctuation at the end of a sentence.
How many tenses are there in English grammar?
Which of the following is an example of an interjection?
"Wow! That's amazing."
"I hope you have a nice day."
"Please pass the salt."
"I am very tired."
What type of sentence is the following: "How beautifully she dances!"
Declarative sentence
Interrogative sentence
Exclamatory sentence
Imperative sentence
In the sentence "John is going to school," what is the function of "to school"?
Direct object
Indirect object
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