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Chapter Quiz

 

To learn more about nouns , see Language Network, Chapter 2, pages 34-55.

Nouns (Print Quiz)

1.

Choose the answer that includes all of the nouns in the following sentence: The little puppy growled at the boy.

 

(A)

puppy, boy

 

(B)

little, puppy

 

(C)

growled, boy

  

2.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized word is a common noun or a proper noun: The hottest temperature in the nation today was recorded in FLORIDA.

 

(A)

proper

 

(B)

common

  

3.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized word is a common noun or a proper noun: Ballet dancers take care to protect their LEGS.

 

(A)

proper

 

(B)

common

  

4.

Choose the correct plural of the following noun: man

 

(A)

men

 

(B)

mens

 

(C)

mans

  

5.

Choose the correct plural of the following noun: dress

 

(A)

dresses

 

(B)

dress's

 

(C)

dress

  

6.

Choose the correct possessive form to complete the following sentence: The __________ mansion was redecorated.

 

(A)

governor's

 

(B)

governors'

 

(C)

governors's

  

7.

Choose the correct possessive form to complete the following sentence: The _________ outfits are yellow.

 

(A)

twins'

 

(B)

twin's

 

(C)

twinses'

  

8.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized noun is used as a subject, direct object, or predicate: MS.PILZER made her way through the crowded hills.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

direct object

 

(C)

predicate noun

  

9.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized noun is used as a subject, direct object, or predicate: The store manager refunded the MONEY cheerfully.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

direct object

 

(C)

predicate noun

  

10.

Choose the answer that tells whether the capitalized noun is used as a subject, direct object, or predicate: Sherlock Holmes is a famous fictional DETECTIVE.

 

(A)

subject

 

(B)

direct object

 

(C)

predicate noun

  
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