MCQ Quiz on Clauses

MCQ Quiz on Clauses3655

MCQ Quiz on Clauses3655

Select the correct answer

Q1. He asked me why I was late. Here “why I was late” is a/an-----.
Principal Clause
Adjective Clause
Noun Clause
Adverbial Clause
Q2. ‘The question is how he will respond' is-----. Here “how he will respond” is a/an-----.
adverb clause of manner
adjective clause
adverb clause of time
noun clause
Q3. This is the man who called you yesterday. Here “who called you yesterday” is a/an-----.
Independent clause
Adjective clause
Adverb clause
Noun clause
Q4. The book which I bought is lost. Here “which I bought” is a/an-----.
Noun
Adjective
Adverbial
Principal
Q5. He tells a tale that sounds untrue. Here “that sounds untrue” is a/an-----.
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Adverb clause
Principal clause
Q6. The news he gave me was false. Here “he gave me” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adverbial clause
Adjective clause
Principal clause
Q7. I remember the place where I was born. Here “where I was born” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Co-ordinate clause
Adjective clause
Adverbial clause
Q8. I knew the reason why he was angry. Here “why he was angry” is a/an-----.
Noun clause
Adjective clause
Adverbial clause
Adverbial phrase
Q9. I shall go where he lives. Here “where he lives” is a/an-----.
noun clause
adverbial clause
adjective clause
co-ordinate clause
Q10. You may go wherever you like. Here “wherever you like” is a/an-----.
adverbial clause of place
adverbial clause of time
adverbial clause of reason
adverbial clause of noun
Q11. He often visits Spain because he likes the climate. Here “because he likes the climate” is a/an-----.
Principal clause
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Adverbial clause
Q12. We read that we may learn. Here “that we may learn” is a/an-----.
Co-ordinate clause
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Adverbial clause
Q13. He asked me why I was late. Here “why I was late” is a/an-----.
principal clause
adjective clause
noun clause
adverbial clause
Q14. I often wonder how you are getting on. Here “how you are getting on” is a/an-----.
adverb clause
adjective clause
noun clause
relative clause
Q15. 'Strike while the iron is hot.' Here “while the iron is hot” is a/an-----.
Adjective clause
Noun clause
Adverbial clause
Subordinate clause
Q16. This is the book I lost. Here 'I lost' is-----.
A noun clause
An adjective clause
An adverbial clause
None of the three
Q17. A clause must have-----.
Only a verb
A subject
Cause and effect
Subject and verb
Q18. ‘The children are safe.’ It is-----.
a main clause
an independent clause
both
none
Q19. Which part of the sentence ‘Ricky said that he was good’ is Subordinate Clause?
Ricky said
that he was good.
was good
he was good
Q20. Tell me where he lives. Here “where he lives” is a/an-----.
Principal Clause
Adjective Clause
Noun Clause
Adverbial Clause