Parts of Speech

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PARTS OF SPEECH QUIZ
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Use for questions 1-6-- The class laughed loudly.

1. Which word is a noun in the above sentence?
A. laughed
B. class
C. loudly

2. Which word is an adverb in the above sentence?
A. laughed
B. class
C. loudly

3. Which word is a verb in the above sentence?
A. laughed
B. class
C. loudly

4. Which tense is the verb in the above sentence?
A. present
B. past
C. past participle/present perfect

5. Which type of verb is in the above sentence?
A. action
B. linking
C. helping/auxiliary

6. Which type of noun is in the above sentence?
A. proper
B. abstract
C. collective

Use for questions 7-10--The rain beat furiously against the roof.

7. Which word is a preposition?
A. beat
B. furiously
C. against

8. Is the prepositional and adjective or adverb phrase?
A. adjective
B. adverb

9. Which word is the subject?
A. rain
B. beat
C. roof

10. Which word starts the predicate phrase?
A. rain
B. beat
C. roof

Use for questions 11-18- Certain laws in our state protect many wild flowers.

11. In the sentence above, which word is the subject?
A. flowers
B. state
C. laws

12. In the sentence above, which word starts the predicate? A. in
B. protect
C. many

13. In the sentence above, what part of speech is the word certain? A. pronoun
B. adjective
C. adverb

14. In the sentence above, what part of speech is the word wild? A. pronoun
B. adjective
C. adverb

15. In the sentence above, what part of speech is the word our? A. pronoun
B. adjective
C. adverb

16. What is the function of the words in our state?
A. states the action
B. modifies the subject
C. indicates number

17. Flowers would be considered the
A. subject
B. predicate
C. direct object

18. Laws is an example of
A. concrete noun
B. abstract noun
C. proper noun

19. An abstract noun differs from a concrete noun in that it A. it indicates a specific noun
B. it indicates a group of people that represent one noun C. it indicates a thing that is intangible or unable to be touched

20. A proper noun differs from a common noun in that it
A. it indicates a specific noun
B. it indicates a group of people that represent one noun C. it indicates a thing that is intangible or unable to be touched

21. Which of the following is a collective noun?
A. oppression
B. Paris
C. city
D. team

22. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
A. oppression
B. Paris
C. city
D. team

23. Which of the following is a common noun?
A. oppression
B. Paris
C. city
D. team

24. Which of the following is a proper noun?
A. oppression
B. Paris
C. city
D. team

25. The word (Cardinals), as in the football team, would be considered: A. common and concrete
B. abstract and proper
C. proper and collective

26. A subject of the sentence must include either a noun or a A. verb
B. pronoun
C. adjective

27. Another word for the subjective case of a pronoun is
A. objective
B. possessive
C. nominative

28. The purpose of an interrogative pronoun is...
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