MCQ Quiz on Pronouns

MCQ Quiz on Pronouns4160

MCQ Quiz on Pronouns4160

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Q1. A word that takes the place of a noun is called-----.
a pronoun
a subject
an object
a complement
Q2. Which of the following is an example of an indefinite pronoun?
such
this
any
either
Q3. Some people have never known----------it is like to be free.
what
when
which
that
Q4. Who, Which, What are ----------.
Demonstrative pronoun
Reflexive pronoun
Relative pronoun
Indefinite pronoun
Q5. 'One hardly knows what to do.' Here the word 'one' is an example of----------.
distributive pronoun
indefinite pronoun
relative pronoun
demonstrative pronoun
Q6. Honesty is a noble virtue. The man ---------- possesses this uncommon quality is the happiest man in the world.
who
whom
whose
which
Q7. These handkerchiefs are----------. Don't mix them up with----------.
my; her
mine; hers
me; her's
I; she
Q8. All spoke in his favour. Here the word ‘All’ is a/an----------.
adverb
noun
pronoun
adjective
Q9. Anybody can apply for the post. Here ‘anybody’ is----------.
Indefinite pronoun
Possessive pronoun
Relative pronoun
Distributive pronoun
Q10. A colleague of ---------- has lent us ---------- holiday cottage for a week.
him; her
mine; his
theirs; its
your; them
Q11. Which one of the following words is an example of a distributive pronoun?
either
that
such
any
Q12. “It has made it possible for people all over the planet to reach out and touch someone”. Here the first ‘It’ stands for----------.
NASA
WWW
Microchip
Pacemaker
Q13. 'I play violin. ---------- musical instrument do you play?"
Which
How
What
My
Q14. One should keep ---------- promises.
his
one’s
once
everybody's
Q15. That young man to----------we owe many thanks saved our mother's life after the car accident.
which
who
whom
whose
Q16. Any of you may take it; I don't care----------.
whom
which
who
what
Q17. ----------who enjoys jazz music will enjoy this festival, tickets for which can be bought at----------good music shops.
Anybody; every
Anyone; several
Everybody; all
Somebody; both
Q18. “Who's that?” In this sentence ‘that’ is a/an----------.
pronoun
adverb
conjunction
adjective
Q19. No one is completely sure ---------- causes booms and depressions in free economics.
how
whom
what
why
Q20. Neither of the boys was present. Here the word ‘neither’ is ----------.
a reciprocal pronoun
a demonstrative pronoun
a distributive pronoun
a relative pronoun