MCQ Quiz on Clauses

MCQ Quiz on Clauses 1635

MCQ Quiz on Clauses 1635

Select the correct answer

Q1. ‘I'll take my shoes off so as not to dirty the carpet in the fence.’ Here “so as not to dirty the carpet in the fence” is a/an-----.
adjective clause
adverb clause
noun clause
none of the above
Q2. The man who came here is my brother. Here “who came here” is a/an-----.
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Adverb clause
None
Q3. I do not know who has come today. Here “who has come today” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adverbal clause
Adjective clause
Noun phrase
Q4. The poor boy who was an orphan could not continue his studies. Here “who was an orphan” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adjective clause
Adverbial clause
Prepositional clause
Q5. You cannot guess what type of person he is. Here “what type of person he is” is a/an-----.
adverbial clause
prepositional clause
noun clause
adjective clause
Q6. What he said is important? Here “What he said” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adjective cause
Adverb clause
Main clause
Q7. The girl whom you met in the hospital is my cousin. Here “whom you met in the hospital” is a/an-----.
noun clause
adverbial clause
adjective clause
principal clause
Q8. Look before you leap. Here 'look' is-----:
a subordinate clause
the principal clause
a verb clause
not a clause
Q9. ‘Whoever wants to know should ask me.’ Here “Whoever wants to know” is a/an-----.
prepositional clause
noun clause
adverbial clause
independent clause
Q10. I know the reason why Mithila has done it. Here “why Mithila has done it” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adverbial clause
Principal clause
Adjective clause
Q11. They rested at sunset. Here "at sunset" is a/an-----.
Adjective clause
Adverb clause
Noun clause
Adverb phrase
Q12. I do not know who has come today. Here “who has come today” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adjective clause
Adverb clause
Noun phrase
Q13. She does not know what I want. Here “what I want” is a/an-----.
Subordinate clause
Adverbial clause
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Q14. He whom you call uncle has died. Here “whom you call uncle” is a/an-----.
Adjective clause
Adverbial clause
Noun clause
Co-ordinate clause
Q15. I know that he will come. Here “that he will come” is a/an-----.
an adverbial clause
an adjective clause
a principal clause
a noun clause
Q16. Behave as a gentleman behaves. Here “Behave” is a/an-----.
adverb clause
noun clause
adjective clause
principal clause
Q17. ‘They were asked to wait till the signal was given.’ Here “till the signal was given” is-----.
an adjective clause.
a noun clause.
a pronoun clause.
an adverb clause.
Q18. I took no notice of him, so he flew into rage. Here “so he flew into rage” is a/an-----.
Co-ordinate Clause
Noun Clause
Adjective Clause
Adverbial Clause
Q19. That he is very intelligent is known to me. Here “That he is very intelligent” is -----.
An adverbial clause
An adjective clause
A main clause
A noun clause
Q20. I know where he lives. Here “where he lives” is-----.
a main clause
an adjective clause
a noun clause
an adverbial clause