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Traditional English Grammar

Unit I
Parts of Speech Continued:
Nouns and Pronouns Quiz 2


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. I asked Rollo what would happen if he pushed the wrong button.



2. Something should be done about that bottleneck at the intersection.



3. One who has no faith in himself can't expect the trust of others.



4. Which of these novels have you read?



5. Both of them knew that this would be their last meeting.



6. The problem sounded simple to the commissioners, but they could not solve it.



7. When everybody in the barnyard refused to help, the Little Red Hen did everything herself.



8. Many of the students did not know that the class had been canceled.



9. Who do you think is the best candidate?



10. Most of the pecans are gone, but we found these under the tree.



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

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