Sentence Agreement

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 – Intermediate

Kate Ross
 

 

Determine which word agrees with the rest of the sentence.

  1. Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence. 
  2. Compare your response to the feedback by clicking the "Check 1-14" button at the bottom.

 

1.
Actress putting handprints in cementKate Ross will be putting the

Hollywood Walk of Fame – A location in Los Angeles where movie stars put their prints and signatures into the cement of the sidewalk.




Irreg Plural Nouns
2.
3.


a role (n.) — an acting part or character in a movie



3rd Person Agrmnt    Irreg Plural Nouns  
4.



A Few / Few   Count / Noncount 
5.

6.


present (v.) — show on a movie screen in a theater



Quantity Phrases  
7.
 



Subj-Verb Agr
8.




3rd Person Agrmnt    Much / Many 
9.



Irreg Plural Nouns
10.


grand opening (n.) — the celebration as a movie is released (given out) to theaters
11.


autograph (n.) — a star's signature a fan requests



Some / Any 
12.



Count / Noncount  
13.
 

critics (n.) — People who review her acting and may write unpleasant things about her.



A Few / Few
14.



Count / Noncount
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quiz 2

Intermediate-Advanced

audience

 

Determine which word agrees with the rest of the sentence.

  1. Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence. 
  2. Compare your response to the feedback by clicking the "Check 15-26" button at the bottom.

 

15.
Kate's television series, "Circus",



Nouns w/ Modifiers
16.


crisis (n.) — a situation with a serious problem that needs quick action before it gets worse or more dangerous
17.



Unusual Noun forms
18.



Quantity Phrases 
19.
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Nouns w/ Modifiers 
20.


dialog (n.) — conversation in a book, play, or film
gossip (n.) — Information that is passed from one person to another about other people's behavior and private lives, often including unkind or untrue remarks.



Each / Each of  
21.
In real life, Kate has been married to her huband for twenty-five years.



Indefinite Pronouns  
22.
23.



Possessive Pronouns   
24.
cast (n.) – the group of actors who work on a TV series, movie or play
25.
 



Nobody / Anybody   
26.
 



That/What Clauses   
 

The character, Kate Ross, is fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.