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GrammarQuiz – Adjectives Level III

Identify the adjectives in the list of words below each sentence and the nouns they modify.

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1. Few teenagers in the audience liked the band’s music. Answer Key. Click HERE.

Noun Demonstrative Pronoun Indefinite Pronoun Interrogative Pronoun Possessive Pronoun Relative Pronoun

2. Those pictures were taken at Ken’s wedding. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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3. This desk was actually an old kitchen table. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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4. Our boys will travel with their cousins. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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5. Both children are important to us. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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6. Which of these cars is your mother’s? Answer Key. Click HERE.

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7. Anyone could slip through that garage door. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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8. Their cat lost some of its fur in a fight. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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9. Whose boat trailer did you borrow? Answer Key. Click HERE.

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10. If that tennis racket is yours, which one is hers? Answer Key. Click HERE.

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11. They will have to solve many problem situations for themselves. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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12. One of the men who lost his job is Bill’s brother. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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13. American musicians were honored at that concert last night. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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14. Those picture frames belong to me. Which are his? Answer Key. Click HERE.

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15. Someone’s pen is on my desk. Mine is in my pocket. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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16. Somebody should do something about this problem. Answer Key. Click HERE.

Noun Demonstrative Pronoun Indefinite Pronoun Interrogative Pronoun Possessive Pronoun Relative Pronoun

17. Neither answer is completely correct; both have some correct components. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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18. Many of their friends like summer weather; only two of them prefer winter. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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19. My relatives often stay with me when they are in the city. Few book hotel rooms for themselves. Answer Key. Click HERE.

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20. Those are John’s books; whose books are these? Answer Key. Click HERE.

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