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Traditional English Grammar

Unit I
Parts of Speech Continued:
Nouns and Pronouns Quiz 1


Directions:
OPTION 1: You may use the browser's print option to print this page; then follow these directions: Underline the nouns once, underline the pronouns twice, and in the space provided below the sentence, identify the pronouns as personal, relative, interrogative, demonstrative, indefinite, reflexive, or intensive. When you have finished, check your answers

OPTION 2: On a sheet of paper numbered 1-10, write down the nouns with an (N), the pronouns with a (P) and identify the pronouns as personal, relative, interrogative, demonstrative, indefinite, reflexive, or intensive. When you have finished, check your answers

OPTION 3: In the input box next to the test item, type the nouns with an (N), the pronouns with a (P) and identify the pronouns as personal, relative, interrogative, demonstrative, indefinite, reflexive, or intensive. When you have finished, use the browser's print option to print this page and check your answers

1. Each of the students submitted a detailed plan for his research paper.



2. This drug, which may prolong life, will not effect a permanent cure.



3. What is the principal industry in your town?



4. These are times that require real fortitude.



5. The soldier who received the medal is very proud of himself.



6. I enjoy reading novels that tell of strange, exotic places.



7. Neither of the applicants is suitable for employment.



8 Whoever said that was certainly not thinking.



9. I myself am responsible for them on this trip.



10. Another drought like this will destroy the crops.



Consult "Nouns and Pronouns" on your Student Page for further study if you scored less than 80% on this exercise.

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