MCQ Test on Adverbs

MCQ Test on Adverbs 3655

MCQ Test on Adverbs 3655

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Q1. The word 'hardly' means-----.
almost not
always
regularly
hard work
Q2. Ricky always runs quite fast. Here 'always' is-----.
Noun
Pronoun
Adjective
Adverb
Q3. Fill in the gap: The children were playing-----.
at upstairs
upstairs
in upstairs
out of upstairs
Q4. The Managing Director of our office comes and everyone instantly stands up. Here 'up' a/an-----.
preposition
adverb
adjective
pronoun
Q5. The word 'Obediently' is a/an-----.
adverb
adjective
verb
noun
Q6. I know better. Here ‘better’ is-----.
an adjective
an adverb
a preposition
a noun
Q7. The program was telecast live. What part of speech is 'live'?
noun
verb
adjective
adverb
Q8. I hardly understand him. Here ‘hardly’ is-----.
a noun
a verb
an adjective
an adverb
Q9. He stopped his car-----when the light turned red.
abruptly
ambiguously
quitably
inersively
Q10. The class was held 'online'. Here, 'online' is-----.
a verb
an adverb
an adjective
a noun
Q11. A adverb modifies-----.
A Verb
An adjective
An adverb
All of them
Q12. Which one is an adverb?
Only
Friendly
Hardly
Lonely
Q13. She-----me.
is always disturbing
always is disturbing
is disturbing always
disturbing always
Q14. It-----rains in the moon.
never
sometimes
rarely
always
Q15. They have-----seen a sea.
never
every day
yearly
hardly
Q16. Tripty lives next door but we-----see her.
never
often
hardly
rarely
Q17. He has come round from illness. The underlined word is a/an-----.
a preposition
an adverb
a verb
an infinitive
Q18. Shirly always runs quite fast. Here 'always' is a/an-----.
Preposition
Adjective
Verb
Adverb
Q19. They returned home earlier. Here ‘early’ is a/an-----.
adjective
adverb
preposition
noun
Q20. Salam is late for office on most days. In other words, he is-----late for office.
almost
frequently
seldom
occasionally