Verbal Ability - Conjunctions Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Conjunctions. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 1 - I'm not leaving ... I get an apology from you.

A - Until

B - As if

C - While

D - As long as

D - So that

Answer : A

Explanation

Until is used to fulfil a condition.

Q 2 - You look ... you've seen a ghost.

A - As long as

B - So that

C - Until

D - As if

Answer : D

Explanation

As if is used to compare.

Q 3 - I met Rajesh yesterday... we went out to have some coffee.

A - and

B - or

C - the

D - but

Answer : A

Explanation

And is used with sentences to add similar things or thoughts.

Q 4 - You should ... be worried ... be overconfident.

A - as long as

B - neither nor

C - nor

D - either

Answer : B

Explanation

Neither, nor is used to deny both the options.

Q 5 - Will you choose mango ... watermelon?

A - and

B - or

C - the

D - but

Answer : B

Explanation

Or is used to select one from two options.

Q 6 - Hendra works all day ... he still get a little money.

A - and

B - or

C - the

D - but

Answer : D

Explanation

But is used to introduce contradictory thoughts.

Q 7 - Rio will either eat a plate of chicken ... drink a glass of orange juice.

A - and

B - or

C - the

D - but

Answer : B

Explanation

Or is used to select one from two options.

Q 8 - The farmer is confused whether he must plant rice ... corn.

A - and

B - or

C - the

D - but

Answer : B

Explanation

Or is used to select one from two options.

Answer : A

Explanation

So is used as an alternative of “as a reason” or “hence”.

Q 10 - Carl is a great baseball player, ... he still needs to practice every day.

A - Or

B - And

C - So

D - But

Answer : D

Explanation

But is used to introduce contradictory thoughts.


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