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Chapter Quiz

 

Learn more about prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections in Language Network, Chapter 6, pages 146-163.

Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections (Print Quiz)

1.

Identify the preposition(s) in the following sentence: The name of the masked stranger was never revealed to us.

 

(A)

name, stranger

 

(B)

of, to

 

(C)

never, us

  

2.

Identify the object of the preposition in the following sentence: No skateboarding is allowed on the sidewalk.

 

(A)

skateboarding

 

(B)

on

 

(C)

sidewalk

  

3.

Identify the prepositional phrase in the following sentence: On Thursdays, Mark takes trumpet lessons.

 

(A)

On Thursdays

 

(B)

Mark takes

 

(C)

trumpet lessons

  

4.

Identify the prepositional phrase in the following sentence: Janet always gives me help with my homework.

 

(A)

gives me

 

(B)

help with

 

(C)

with my homework

  

5.

Identify the capitalized prepositional phrase as an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase: My brother built the model IN THREE HOURS.

 

(A)

adjective phrase

 

(B)

adverb phrase

  

6.

Identify the capitalized prepositional phrase as an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase: The man IN THE MIDDLE is my father's good friend from Detroit.

 

(A)

adjective phrase

 

(B)

adverb phrase

  

7.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: The weather forecast called for sleet or snow.

 

(A)

The

 

(B)

for

 

(C)

or

  

8.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: Yippee! Kathleen Nash won the race.

 

(A)

Yippee!

 

(B)

won

 

(C)

the

  

9.

Tell whether the capitalized word in the following sentence is a preposition, an object of a preposition, an adverb, or a conjunction. Kathy talked on the TELEPHONE for almost an hour.

 

(A)

preposition

 

(B)

object of the preposition

 

(C)

adverb

 

(D)

conjunction

  

10.

Tell whether the capitalized word in the following sentence is a preposition, an object of a preposition, an adverb, or a conjunction. We did not expect EITHER the rain OR the drop in temperature.

 

(A)

preposition

 

(B)

object of the preposition

 

(C)

adverb

 

(D)

conjunction

  
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