Go through the chapters of Conjunctions and Interjections and attempt the following questions. All the best.
1. What a clever man he is!
It’s an exclamatory sentence. It’s an interrogative sentence. The sentence is wrong None of the above.
2. Not only he is studios, but _ he is laborious. Fill in the gap with an appropriate word.
yet also not though
3. Conjunctions join words only.
The statement is true. The statement is false. The statement is partially true. Conjunctions do not join anything in grammar.
4. Neither he or she know about this incident. Correct the sentence.
Neither he nor she know about this incident. Neither she nor he know about this incident. Neither he or she knows about this incident. Neither he nor she knows about this incident.
5. Dear! I am sorry to hear about this.
Here ‘Dear’ refers to an animal. Here ‘Dear’ is an adjective meaning darling. Here ‘Dear’ is an Interjection. Here ‘Dear’ refers to expensive in meaning.
6. Interjections are must in English grammar.
True False. Interjections should not be used. Interjections can be used with any sentence. Interjections show the emotions of subjects but not necessary in sentences.
7. Though he is an MBA, _ he hasn’t got any job. Fill in th gap.
no word needed here. also nor but
8. Note of exclamation (!) is needed for an exclamatory sentence.
Yes, it’s a must. An interrogative mark (?) will do. No such note is needed. This is necessary but we can do away with this at times.
9. ‘Since’ is _
An preposition A conjunction Adverb All of the above.
10. I like him because he is very honest. Here ‘because’ is ..
an adverb. an adjective. a conjunction. a subordinating conjunction.
11. Please stay here till Monday. Here ’till’ is ..
a conjunction. a preposition. co-ordinating conjunction. an interjection.
12. No sooner __ I reached the school __ the recess bell rang. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words.
did, then had, then did, than had, than
13. Oh! I wasn’t aware of this. Here ‘oh!’ shows …
Surprise Happiness Fear Sadness
14. You may be right __ wrong in your decision, __ the management is not happy with this decision. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words.
either, yet or, yet or, but and, but
15. He is a man. He is womanly. Join the sentence with an appropriate conjunction.
and but because or
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