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Chapter Quiz

 

Want to learn more about adjectives and adverbs? See Language Network, Chapter 5, pages 124-149.

Adjectives and Adverbs (Print Quiz)

1.

Choose the answer that lists all the adjectives in the following sentence: Karen wrote a wonderful story about her eventful trip to Canada.

 

(A)

wonderful

 

(B)

wonderful, eventful

 

(C)

wonderful, about, eventful

 

(D)

wonderful, eventful, Canada

  

2.

Choose the answer that lists all the adjectives in the following sentence: Have you ever tasted green Chinese tea?

 

(A)

Have you

 

(B)

ever, tasted, Chinese

 

(C)

Chinese

 

(D)

green, Chinese

  

3.

Identify the predicate adjective in the following sentence: The silk flowers looked real to the casual observer.

 

(A)

silk

 

(B)

real

 

(C)

casual

  

4.

Identify the predicate adjective in the following sentence: All of these numbers on this chart are even.

 

(A)

All

 

(B)

this

 

(C)

even

  

5.

Choose the correct word to complete the following sentence: The ballerina wore __________ elegant costume.

 

(A)

an

 

(B)

a

  

6.

Choose the correct word to complete the following sentence: I don't have __________ construction paper for the art project.

 

(A)

no

 

(B)

any

  

7.

Identify the adverb in the following sentence: The white sailboat slipped silently into the harbor.

 

(A)

white

 

(B)

silently

 

(C)

into

  

8.

Choose the correct word or words to complete the following sentence: Pam is the ________ friendly of the twins.

 

(A)

more

 

(B)

most

  

9.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized word: A LUCKY contestant will win this Hawaiian vacation.

 

(A)

adjective

 

(B)

adverb

  

10.

Choose the answer that correctly identifies the capitalized word: SUDDENLY the copperhead slid into the water.

 

(A)

adjective

 

(B)

adverb

  
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