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What adverb may modify?

+An adverb may modify verbs, words of the category of state, adjectives and adverbs

  1. An adverb may not modify verbs, words of the category of state, adjectives and adverbs
  2. An adverb modify nothing
  3. An adverb may modify only verbs
  4. An adverb may modify verbs, only words of the category of state,

As to their structure adverbs are divided into:

++Simple adverbs, derivative adverbs, compound adverbs, composite adverbs

  1. Simple adverbs, derivative adverbs
  2. Compound adverbs, composite adverbs
  3. Comparative adverbs, composite adverbs
  4. Superlative adverb, derivative adverbs

If the adverb is a word of one syllable, the comparative degree is formed by adding:

+Suffix –er

  1. Suffix –est
  2. Without adding
  3. Most
  4. More

If the adverb is a word of one syllable, the superlative degree is formed by adding:

  1. Suffix –er

+Suffix –est

  • Without adding
  • Most
  • More

Adverbs ending in –ly form the comparative degree by means of:

+More 

  1. Most
  2. Must
  3. Much
  4. Nothing

Adverbs ending in –ly form the superlative degree by means of:

  1. More

+Most

  • Must
  • Much
  • Nothing

Name adverbs of time:

+Today, tomorrow, soon, yesterday

  1. Often, seldom, ever, never
  2. Inside, outside, here, there
  3. Therefore, consequently, accordingly
  4. Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

Name adverbs of repetition or frequency:

  1. Today, tomorrow, soon, yesterday

+Often, seldom, ever, never

  • Inside, outside, here, there
  • Therefore, consequently, accordingly
  • Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

Name adverbs of place:

  1. Today, tomorrow, soon, yesterday
  2. Often, seldom, ever, never

+Inside, outside, here, there

  • Therefore, consequently, accordingly
  • Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

Name adverbs of  cause and consequence:

  1. Today, tomorrow, soon, yesterday
  2. Often, seldom, ever, never
  3. Inside, outside, here, there

+Therefore, consequently, accordingly

  • Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

Name adverbs of manner:

  1. Today, tomorrow, soon, yesterday
  2. Often, seldom, ever, never
  3. Inside, outside, here, there
  4. Therefore, consequently, accordingly

+Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

Name adverbs of degree, measure and quantity:

+Very enough, half, too

  1. Often, seldom, ever, never
  2. Inside, outside, here, there
  3. Therefore, consequently, accordingly
  4. Kindly, quickly, slowly, showily

What is verb?

+Verb is a word that indicates action or a state of being

  1. Verb is not a word that indicates action or a state of being
  2. Verb is a word that doesn’t indicate action or a state of being
  3. Verb is a sentence that indicates action or a state of being
  4. There is no right answer

What do the predicates of sentences contain?

+The predicates of sentences contain verbs

  1. The predicates of sentences don’t contain verbs
  2. The predicates of sentences contain nouns
  3. The predicates of sentences contain conjunctions
  4. The predicates of sentences contain prepositions

How many properties do verbs have?

+Six

  1. Seven
  2. Two
  3. Nine
  4. Three

Name properties of verbs:

  1. +Person, number, mood, aspect, voice, and tense
  2. Person, number, mood, aspect
  3. Person, number, mood, aspect, voice
  4. Mood, aspect, voice, and tense
  5. Person, mood, aspect, voice, and tense

Name types of verbs:

  1. +Regular, irregular, transitive, intransitive, notional, linking, auxiliary or helping, compound and modal verbs
  2. Regular, irregular, transitive, intransitive, notional, linking, auxiliary or helping
  3. Regular, irregular, transitive, linking, auxiliary or helping, compound and modal verbs
  4. Transitive, intransitive, notional, linking, auxiliary or helping, compound and modal verbs
  5. Regular, irregular, notional, linking, auxiliary or helping, compound and modal verbs

How many types do verbs have?

  1. +9
  2. 10
  3. 8
  4. 3
  5. 6

What does first person express?

  1. +First person expresses identity of the writer/speaker
  2. First person doesn’t express identity of the writer/speaker
  3. First person expresses identity of the listener/reader
  4. First person expresses nothing
  5. First person expresses identity of neither the writer nor the speaker

Whom addresses second person?

  1. +Second person addresses reader/listener directly
  2. Second person doesn’t address reader/listener directly
  3. Second person addresses reader/speaker directly
  4. Second person addresses writer/listener directly
  5. Second person addresses no one

What does third person refer to?

  1. +Third person refers to a subject that is neither the writer nor the reader
  2. Third person doesn’t refer to a subject that is neither the writer nor the reader
  3. Third person refers to a predicate that is neither the writer nor the reader
  4. Third person refers to a subject that is both the writer or the reader
  5. Third person refers to nothing

How many number do verbs have?

  1. +Two: singular and plural
  2. Three
  3. Five
  4. Six
  5. Four                          

What is number of a verb?

  1. +Number is the form of a verb always matches the number of the subject
  2. Number is not the form of a verb always matches the number of the subject
  3. Number is the form of a verb always matches the number of the object
  4. Number is the form of a verb always matches the number of the predicate
  5. Number is the form of a verb always matches the number of the adverb

What is regular verb?

  1. +Regular verb is a verb whose past tense form is made by the addition of –ed to the stem of the verb or only –d if the verb ends in –e
  2. Regular verb is not a verb whose past tense form is made by the addition of –ed to the stem of the verb or only –d if the verb ends in –e
  3. Regular verb is a verb whose past tense form is not made by the addition of –ed to the stem of the verb or only –d if the verb ends in –e
  4. Irregular verb is a verb whose past tense form is made by the addition of –ed to the stem of the verb or only –d if the verb ends in –e
  5. Regular verb is a noun whose past tense form is made by the addition of –ed to the stem of the verb or only –d if the verb ends in –e

What is irregular verb?

  1. +Irregular verb is a verb whose past tense form cannot be made with –d or –ed 
  2. Irregular verb is not a verb whose past tense form cannot be made with –d or –ed
  3. Irregular verb is a verb whose past tense form can made with –d or –ed.
  4. Regular verb is a verb whose past tense form cannot be made with –d or –ed
  5. Irregular verb is a noun whose past tense form cannot be made with –d or –ed

What is transitive verb?

  1. +Transitive verb is a verb that requires an object to complete its meaning
  2. Transitive verb is not a verb that requires an object to complete its meaning
  3. Transitive verb is a verb that requires an adverb to complete its meaning
  4. Transitive verb is a verb that requires an object not to complete its meaning
  5. Transitive verb is a verb that doesn’t require an object to complete its meaning

What is intransitive verb?

  1. +Intransitive verb is a verb that cannot take an object
  2. Intransitive verb is a verb that can take an object
  3. Intransitive verb is not a verb that cannot take an object
  4. Intransitive verb is a verb that cannot take a predicate
  5. Intransitive verb is a verb that cannot take a noun                    

What is link verb?

  1. +Linking verb is a verb that connects a subject to a predicate noun or adjective
  2. Linking verb is not a verb that connects a subject to a predicate noun or adjective
  3. Linking verb is a verb that doesn’t connect a subject to a predicate noun or adjective
  4. Linking verb is a verb that connects a predicate to a subject noun or adjective
  5. Linking verb is a verb that connects a subject to a predicate noun or adverb  

“What do you want to eat?” “______. I’m so hungry.”

  1.  Nothing                        
  2. Something
  3. +Anything                  
  4. Any

______ came to visit him while he was in hospital.

  1. + Nobody                              
  2. Any one
  3. None                                  
  4. Some

 I cannot talk to you now. I______time.

  1. +have got no                   
  2. have got any
  3. have got none               
  4. have got no any

All the tickets have been sold. There is _____left.

  1. no of them                    
  2. +nothing
  3. not any                         
  4. none

When we travelled we spent ______ money.

  1. few                              
  2. plenty
  3. +a lot of                          
  4. many

He enjoyed his life there. He had _______ friends and they met quite often.

  1. few                               
  2. not much

+a few                            

little

 ______ people he worked with are very friendly.

  1. Some of                        

+Some of the

  • Any of                          

Nobody

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