English is an inevitable part of our lives, whether you are a school student, a college student or a working professional, you must come across the language multiple times on a daily basis. Ranging from competitive exams like GRE, RBI Grade-B, CAT, GMAT, NEET, SSC, etc. to English proficiency tests like IELTS and TOEFL, it is compulsory to have a good hand over the language to attain a high score. Considering the importance of this particular language, have you ever taken an English Quiz to check your calibre? If not, take the ultimate English quiz given below!
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Why Take English Quizzes?
Knowing English has several advantages. It can help you advance your career, obtain a solid job, or enhance your academic abilities. Its expanding popularity has made it a necessary talent for new possibilities all across the world. You may test your English knowledge and examine your strengths and weaknesses by taking an English quiz.
English Quiz Begins!
Q1. What is the synonym of ‘envisage’?
|A. Witch||B. Imagine|
|C. Guilt||D. Sacrifice|
Q2. What is the antonym of a squire?
|A. Abandon||B. Reserve|
Q3. Make sure to do your______________________?
|A. Is||B. Is’|
|C. i’s||D. ‘is’|
Q4. What do you make of the word ‘unabashed’?
|A. Allowed to have||B. Not embarrassed|
|C. Widely popular||D. Unproductive of success|
Q5. What is the synonym of paltry?
|A. Poem||B. Insignificant|
|C. Forecast||D. Deputy|
Q6. What do you make of the sentence “To wrangle over an ass’s shadow”?
|A. To quarrel over trifles||B. To trust others|
|C. Passing critical remarks||D. To become partners|
Q7. How you can pronounce the word ‘asterisk’?
|A. As-trisk||B. As-tuh-risk|
Q8. What according to you is the antonym of the word ‘beguile’?
|A. Repel||B. Confuse|
|C. Impress||D. Beg|
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Q9. Find the below-given sentence as grammatically incorrect.
|A. Justin and Maria went out for lunch to celebrate Michel’s first day on the job||B. Justin and Maria went out for lunch to celebrate his first day on the job|
|C. To celebrate Michel’s first day of job, Justin and Maria went out.||D. It was Michel’s first day on job, Justin and Maria went to celebrate the day|
Q10. Find the figures of speech in the below-given sentence- Her hair was like gravy, running brown off her head and clumping up on her shoulder and select the correct option for this English quiz question?
|A. Onomatopoeia||B. Metaphor|
Q11. What you decipher the synonym of the word ‘fagaceous’?
|C. Recurring||D. Permanent|
Q12. What you understand of the word stifle?
|A. Provide amusement for||B. persistently annoy|
|C. Refuse to budge||D. prevent something from happening|
Q13. Change the sentence “Do you imitate others?”, into passive voice and select one of the correct English quiz option mentioned below.
|A. Are you imitated by others?||B. Are others imitated by you?|
|C. Were others imitated by you?||D. Have others have been imitating by you?|
Q14. Find the antonym of the word ‘reprobate’?
|A. Patient||B. Decent|
|C. Develop||D. Shallow|
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Q15. Choose an appropriate answer of direct-indirect sentence ‘I told him that he was not working hard’?
|A. I told to him, “You have not been working hard.”||B. I said to him, “He is being not working hard.”|
|C. I said, “You are not working hard.”||D. I said to him, “You are not working hard.|
Q16. What is the correct preposition of the missing sentence ‘ He was learning __________________ a lamp post?
|A. Against||B. By|
Q16. Fill the sentence with an appropriate word. ‘I wasn’t feeling well, so I was _____________ to go to the party.’
|A. reliant||B. relinquished|
|C. reluctant||D. annoyed|
Q17. Zubair and Sumit are coming, but ____________________ are running late?
|A. there||B. they’re|
|C. their||D. they|
Q18. How you define the word dulcet?
|A. Pleasing to ear||B. Lacking worth|
|C. Precisely accurate||D. Easily understandable|
Q19. Another English quiz question, What do you get the synonym of the word ‘ensconce’?
|A. Bear||B. Drift|
|C. Stab||D. Settle|
Q20. True or false. Most interjections end in an exclamation point
|A. To spend||B. To use|
|C. To take||D. To borrow|
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Now that you are familiar with most of the English quiz questions and their options, let’s take a quick look at the correct answers:
Q1. B. Imagine
Q2. A. Abandon
Q3. C. i’s
Q4. B. Not embarrassed
Q5. B. Insignificant
Q6. A. To quarrel over trifles
Q7. B. As-tuh-risk
Q8. A. Repel
Q9. B. Justin and Maria went out for lunch to celebrate his first day on the job
Q12. D. prevent something from happening
Q13. B. Are others imitated by you?
Q14. B. Decent
Q15. D. I said to him, “You are not working hard.”
Q16. C. reluctant
Q17. B. they’re
Q18. A. Pleasing to the ear
Q19. D. Settle
Q20. B. To use
English Grammar Quiz
Here is the Pdf for English Grammar Quiz with answers which will help you prepare for your exam
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