English Grammar Practice Test 04


Dear Student,

CGS Coaching is presenting a Practice Test for English Grammar which includes 10 questions from the topic – Adjective.

Q1. The brides were much _______ than the grooms.
A. young
B. younger
C. youngest
D. None
Q2. His situation was very __________
A. Serious
B. Seriousness
C. Seriously
D. None of the Above
Q3. Josh is the ____________ person in his family.
A. tall
B. taller
C. tallest
D. None
How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
Q4. I thought the film was very long and boring.
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
Q5. I need to find a new car that is less expensive to run than my old one.
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
Q6. You told me that the talk would be interesting.
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
Q7. What is the adjective in the sentence?
The young class was nervous about the test.
A. young
B. class
C. about
D. test
Q8. Find the compound adjective:
You may find outspoken representatives arguing about some issues. .
A. representatives
B. issues
C. outspoken
D. some
Q9. Find the noun used as an adjective in the following sentence:    Because of the rain, the football field was a mess.
A. Rain  
B. football
C. Field  
D. mess
Q10. Identify the ADJECTIVE in this sentence:
She had less juice in her glass than I did.
A. less  
B. juice
C. Glass  
D. did
Q11. What is the adjective in the sentence?
A volcanic eruption frightened the islanders.
A. islanders
B. frightened
C. eruption
D. volcanic
Q12. Identify the part of speech:
Which book would you like to borrow from the library?
A. demonstrative adjective 
B. demonstrative pronoun
C. interrogative pronoun 
D. interrogative adjective

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