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Abstract Nouns

    1. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
    cheese
    hunger
    cheese

    2. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
    greed
    carpet
    trousers

    3. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
    window
    love
    chocolate

    4. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
    ball
    hope
    grass

    5. Which of the following is an abstract noun?
    glory
    garden
    chair

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Proper Nouns

    1. What are proper nouns?
    nouns that are unique and need a capital letter
    nouns that haven’t been charged with fraud
    nouns that have very good manners

    2. Which of the following is a proper noun?
    chair
    cabbage
    simon

    3. Which of the following is a proper noun?
    paris
    guitar
    skate-board

    4. Which of the following is a proper noun?
    staircase
    japan
    doubt

    5. Which of the following is a proper noun?
    paper
    terry
    blouse

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They're, there and their

    1. They're, there and their. Identify which should go in the gap. Look over__________.
    they're
    there
    their

    2. They're, there and their. Identify which should go in the gap. __________ going to the park today.
    They're
    There
    Their

    3. They're, there and their. Identify which should go in the gap. __________ are three people going to the cinema.
    They're
    There
    Their

    4. They're, there and their. Identify which should go in the gap. __________ sick of people talking about them.
    They're
    There
    Their

    5. They're, there and their. Identify which should go in the gap. I’ve looked at __________ house.
    they're
    there
    their

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Your and You're

    1. Does your or you're fit into the following sentence: Without revising properly, __________ not likely to do well in exams.
    your
    your'e
    you're

    2. What type of word is your?
    Verb
    Noun
    Pronoun

    3. Complete this sentence: It’s my birthday - __________ welcome to my party!
    your
    you're
    youre

    4. Complete this sentence: Don’t forget __________ homework.
    Your
    Yor
    You're

    5. What does you’re stand for?
    Youre
    You were
    You are

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Whose and Who's

    1. Does ‘whose’ or ‘who’s’ go in the gap? __________ coming out tonight?
    Whose
    Who's

    2. Does ‘whose’ or ‘who’s’ go in the gap? That’s the man __________ dog bit me.
    whose
    who's

    3. Does ‘whose’ or ‘who’s’ go in the gap? I’ve no idea _________ going to tidy this mess up.
    whose
    who's

    4. Does ‘whose’ or ‘who’s’ go in the gap? __________ the person in the black coat?
    Whose
    Who's

    5. Does ‘whose’ or ‘who’s’ go in the gap? __________ socks are these?
    Whose
    Who's

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More Apostrophes

    1. Where should the apostrophe go in this sentence? They wouldnt dare.
    After They
    In between the n and t in wouldnt
    Before dare

    2. Which one of the following apostrophes could show possession?
    Frank's
    Don't
    Shouldn't

    3. Where should the apostrophe go in this sentence? Whos the new boy?
    In between the o and s in Whos
    Before boy
    After the question mark

    4. Which one of the following apostrophes definitely shows omission?
    Derek's
    Elvis
    Can't

    5. Where should the apostrophe go in this sentence? I wont eat junk food.
    After junk
    After food
    In between the n and the t in wont

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More Question Marks

    1. Where does the question mark go in this sentence? "How much is that scarf" asked Julie.
    After scarf
    After the second speech mark
    After asked

    2. Where does the question mark go in this sentence? Why don't you go away
    After why
    After away
    After you

    3. Where does the question mark go in this sentence? Daniel asked, "Is it time to go"
    After go
    After Daniel
    After time

    4. Where does the question mark go in this sentence? Why do you do that It's so annoying.
    After Why
    After annoying
    After that

    5. Where does the question mark go in this sentence? What's the point
    After What's
    After that
    After point

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More Semicolons

    1. Where does the semicolon go in this sentence? Call me back tomorrow I can’t talk right now.
    After back
    After now
    After tomorrow

    2. Where does the semicolon go in this sentence? Some people prefer to work on computer I prefer pen and paper.
    After people
    After computer
    After pen

    3. Where does the semicolon go in this sentence? The horse is old it’s also sick
    After old
    After horse
    After also

    4. Where does the semicolon go in this sentence? The route runs through a major city you can go by road or rail
    After city
    After road
    After route

    5. Where does the semicolon go in this sentence? I went to Turkey my wife went to America.
    After Turkey
    After wife
    After went

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More Speech Marks

    1. Where do the speech marks go in this sentence? I can't stand Norris, said Tracey.
    Before I and after the comma
    Before I and after Norris
    Before said and after comma

    2. Where should the speech marks go in this sentence The hammer fell on Nathan's foot. Ouch! he shouted.
    Before hammer and after Nathan
    Before Ouch and after the exclamation mark
    Before he and after shouted

    3. Where should the speech marks go in this sentence I wonder, said Nigel, if we should go to the seaside?
    Before I and after the first comma and before if and after the question mark
    Before I and after Nigel
    Before I and after the question mark

    4. Where should the speech marks go in this sentence Sam asked, Why don't you like me?
    Before Why and after you
    Before Sam and after you
    Before Why and after the question mark

    5. Where should the speech marks go in this sentence Stop! shouted the policeman.
    Before shouted and after policeman
    Before Stop and after the exclamation mark
    Before shouted and after the

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