English Grammar MCQ

  1. Choose the correct Figures of Speech in the line "We bear her along like a pearl on a string"?
  2. Which of the following line is Metaphor?
  3. Which of the following line is "Hyperbole"?
  4. The names of a persons, places, animals and things are called ____________ .
  5. A .............. is the given name of a person, place, or thing. It's likely to be a personal name or a title
  6. ............ shows an action or an ongoing condition and It is considered as the heart of a sentence.
  7. Which of the following modifies or describes noun in a sentence?
  8. Which of the following is brief and abrupt pauses in speech, usually used for expressing emotions?
  9. Which of the following gives context to nouns in relationship to other nouns or pronouns?
  10. Which of the following connects nouns, noun phrases, clauses or sentences together?
  11. Which of the following adjective provides information about the quantity of the nouns/pronouns?
  12. Which of the following are the actual verbs which are called the roots of sentences?
  13. Which of the following pronoun redirects a sentence or a clause back to the subject, which is also the direct object of that sentence?
  14. Which of the following adverb starts the sentence and modifies the whole sentence?
English Grammar MCQ

Grammar is a science that teaches us to read, write and speak any language correctly. In the English language, there is a set of structural rules of English Grammar. The structure of English Grammar includes topics like words, sentences, phrases, and clauses. Along with that, ‘Parts of Speech’ is considered the basic concept of English grammar. Lindely Murray is regarded as "the father of English Grammar". The two kinds of English Grammar are Prospective and Descriptive Grammar.

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  • Metaphor
  • Simile
  • Apostrphe
  • Hyperbole
  • Revenge is a kind of wild justice.
  • Oh! what a noble mind is here overthrow.
  • Let not ambition mock their useful toil.
  • Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thoughts.
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  • O my love is like a red, red rose.
  • Ten thousand saw I at a glance.
  • O sweet content! Where is thy mild abode?
  • She falls like a tear from the eyes of a bride.
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  • Proper Adjective
  • Quantitative Adjective
  • Descriptive Adjective
  • Demonstrative Adjective
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  • Finite Verbs
  • Non-finite Verbs
  • Action Verbs
  • Linking Verb
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  • Conjunctive Adverb
  • Sentence Adverb
  • Both A & B
  • None of the above
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  • Present Indefinite Tense
  • Present progressive Tense
  • Present Perfect Tense
  • Future indefinite Tense
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  • Subordinating Conjunction
  • Correlative conjunction
  • Coordinating Conjunction
  • None of the above
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