skip navigation

Modifying Clauses (Adjective Clauses)

Diagnostic Quiz

 

 

Identify specific English grammar points that need review. Use the study links to find out why a particular answer is correct or incorrect.

 

 

Quiz 1

Beginning

iphone

 

 

 

  1. Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence. 
  2. Compare your responses to the answers by clicking the "Check 1-10" button, or by clicking the "check" button as you go.

 

1.

HD (adj.) – high definition, resolution
released (v.) – made public, offered for sale
design (n.) – the shape, style, function of something



That / Which
2.

available (adj.) – can easily be found in stores



That / Which
3.
 

recommend (v.) – to say that something is good, very usable



Who / Whom 
4.

software designer (n.) – a person who creates or produces applications or games for computers
gadget (n.) – a small, useful, and cleverly-designed machine or tool



Who / Whom 
5.
 


Who / Whom  
6.

keypad (n.) – numeric buttons (numbers only)
keyboard (n.) – alpha-numeric buttons (numbers and alphabet)



Whose 
7.

touch-screen (adj) – the user touches the screen instead of using a separate keyboard



Of which / With 
8.

 

mall (n.) – a covered shopping area
try out (v.) – test, use something to see if you like it and want to buy it



When/ Where 
9.


When/ Where 
10.


Wh-ever 
11.

convenient (adj.) – easy to use



That / Which 
12.


That / Which 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quiz 2

IntermediateComputer Skills

 

 

 

 

  1. Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence. 
  2. Compare your responses to the answers by clicking the "Check 13-25" button, or by clicking the "check" button as you go.

 

13.
need good computer skills.


All students want to succeed.


Some or All   
14.
need excellent computer skills.


Only some students want to be software programmers.


Some or All 
15.


Clause Reduc 1 
16.


When/ Where
17.


Shortened clauses 
18.
Employees, , do their own communication work now. 


All of which  
19.


Which-clause 
20.
In the past, a typist, , used all twenty fingers to type a document.


Who / Whom 
21.
Few people remember a time an encyclopedia was the main source of information.


When/ Where 
22.



networking (n.) – the practice of meeting other people involved in the same kind of work, to share information, support each other
productivity (n.) – the rate at which goods are produced, and the amount produced, especially in relation to the work, time, and money needed to produce them


Clause Reduc 2 
23.
Game designers, , have risen to highly paid jobs. 


All of which  
24.
A student has more career choices.


Who / Whose 
25.

rewards (n.) – something that you get because you have done something good or helpful or have worked hard



Of which / With