Online MCQ Quiz on Nouns

Online MCQ Quiz on Nouns3655

Online MCQ Quiz on Nouns3655

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Q1. Which is an example of verbal noun?
Writing a good letter is difficult.
The writing of a good letter is difficult.
Good letter writing is difficult.
It is very difficult to write a good letter.
Q2. My needs are few. The word ‘needs' is -----.
noun
adverb
pronoun
verb
Q3. Honesty is the best policy. In this sentence the word 'honesty' is a/an ----- noun.
Abstract
Common
Collective
Material
Q4. Select correct noun of the verb ‘believe’.
Believer
Belief
Believable
Believingly
Q5. Which of the following nouns is made up of two nouns?
Happiness
Whitepen
Classroom
Obscurity
Q6. The ----- for construction of the building is in the heart of the city.
cite
sight
slight
site
Q7. He is fond of fishing. Here ‘fishing’ is a/an-----.
gerund
participle
adjective
verb
Q8. The warning of the authority falls on deaf ears. Here ‘warning’ does the function of -----.
adverb
adjective
verb
noun
Q9. Frailty, thy name is woman. Here 'frailty' is-----.
an adjective
an adverb
a noun
a verb
Q10. Which of the following words does fall under uncountable noun?
Star
Rice
Field
Foe
Q11. What type of noun is the word 'Chemistry'?
Proper
Material
Common
Abstract
Q12. The soldiers were rewarded for their bravery. Which class of noun ‘bravery’ belongs to?
Abstract
Common
Collective
Material
Q13. The word 'army' is a-----.
proper noun
collective noun
common noun
material noun
Q14. Which of the following is not a proper noun?
Team
London
Sunday
Michael
Q15. What is the correct noun form of the word ‘important’?
Importence
Importantly
Importance
Importancy
Q16. They tell us a tale about a tail. The word ‘tale' is -----.
Verb
Adjective
Adverb
Noun
Q17. How many types of nouns are there in English?
3
4
5
6
Q18. To ride well requires practices. Here ‘To ride’ is a/an ----- phrase.
a noun
an adjective
a prepositional
an adverbial
Q19. A gerund is a-----.
verbal noun
collective noun
verbal adjective
nonfinite noun
Q20. ‘Sing + er = singer’ is an example of-----.
occupation noun
proper noun
uncountable noun
abstract noun