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Chapter Quiz

 

Need a review on prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections? See Chapter 6 in Language Network, pages 150-167.

Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections (Print Quiz)

1.

Identify the preposition(s) in the following sentence: Frank will finish typing his science report before dinner

 

(A)

finish

 

(B)

his

 

(C)

before

  

2.

Identify the preposition(s) in the following sentence: The mechanic checked underneath the car for a broken muffler.

 

(A)

the, for

 

(B)

underneath, for

 

(C)

underneath, car

  

3.

Identify the object of the preposition in the following sentence: During spring vacation, workmen painted our classroom and installed new desks.

 

(A)

spring

 

(B)

vacation

 

(C)

classroom

  

4.

Identify the object of the preposition in the following sentence: In the darkened attic, I found an old wooden trunk.

 

(A)

attic

 

(B)

old

 

(C)

trunk

  

5.

Identify the prepositional phrase in the following sentence: The dimly shining star was the only light in the inky sky.

 

(A)

dimly shining

 

(B)

the only light

 

(C)

in the inky sky

  

6.

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

  

7.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: This afternoon the farmers will plow and seed a large field.

 

(A)

This

 

(B)

and

 

(C)

seed

  

8.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: Pow! Rocky punches his opponent against the ropes.

 

(A)

Pow!

 

(B)

punched

 

(C)

against

  

9.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: The storm struck the beach community fiercely but briefly.

 

(A)

the

 

(B)

beach

 

(C)

but

  

10.

Identify the conjunction or interjection in the following sentence: Oh no, I left the tickets at home.

 

(A)

Oh no

 

(B)

left

 

(C)

at

  
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