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Chapter Quiz

 

To learn more about nouns, see Language Network, Chapter 2, pages 34-51.

Nouns (Print Quiz)

1.

Choose the answer that includes all of the nouns in the following sentence: Glen hit the ball over the fence.

 

(A)

Glen, ball, fence

 

(B)

ball, fence

 

(C)

Glen, hit, ball, fence

  

2.

Choose the answer that includes all of the nouns in the following sentence: Leave a tip for the waitress.

 

(A)

leave, tip, waitress

 

(B)

tip, waitress

 

(C)

waitress

  

3.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized word is a common noun or a proper noun: American tourists don't need a passport to travel in CANADA.

 

(A)

proper

 

(B)

common

  

4.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized word is a common noun or a proper noun: Many schools have COMPUTERS.

 

(A)

proper

 

(B)

common

  

5.

Choose the correct plural of the following noun: movie

 

(A)

movie

 

(B)

movie's

 

(C)

movies

  

6.

Choose the correct plural of the following noun: church

 

(A)

churchs

 

(B)

church's

 

(C)

churches

  

7.

Choose the correct possessive form to complete the following sentence: The __________ key is in the top drawer.

 

(A)

janitor's

 

(B)

janitors'

 

(C)

janitor'

  

8.

Choose the correct possessive form to complete the following sentence: All the _________ lockers are on the second floor.

 

(A)

girls's

 

(B)

girl's

 

(C)

girls'

  

9.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized noun is used as a subject, direct object, indirect object, or predicate noun: The ape fed its BABY a banana.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

direct object

 

(C)

indirect object

 

(D)

predicate noun

  

10.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized noun is used as a subject, direct object, indirect object, or predicate noun: Across the rocky creek waded the three GIRLS.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

direct object

 

(C)

indirect object

 

(D)

predicate noun

  
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