Verbal Ability Pronouns Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Pronouns. 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 - He knows how to amuse … with jigsaw puzzles.

A - himself

B - him

C - anybody

D - each other

Answer : A

Explanation

"Myself, yourself" and such usages are used to talk of a person's own ability or intention.

Q 2 - I have tried looking for the keys ...

A - everywhere

B - somewhere

C - anywhere

D - nowhere

Answer : A

Explanation

"Everywhere" is used to mention all the spaces and places.

Q 3 - The cat caught ... tail in the fridge.

A - it's

B - itself

C - its

D - it

Answer : C

Explanation

"Its" is used to talk of ownership of a baby, animal or non-living thing.

Q 4 - It looks complete, but I feel that ... left.

A - Nothing

B - Anything

C - Everything

D - Something

Answer : D

Explanation

"Someone, somebody, something" is used for a general person or thing.

Q 5 - Sally says that ... enjoys web-designing

A - He

B - It

C - She

D - You

Answer : C

Explanation

"I, he, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action.

Q 6 - ... are from Darjeeling.

A - Them

B - It

C - We

D - You

Answer : D

Explanation

"I, he, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action. "We, you, they" use "are/were".

Q 7 - That guitar belongs to that woman. That guitar is …

A - His

B - It

C - Hers

D - She

Answer : C

Explanation

"Mine, hers, ours, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.

Q 8 - Meneka left ... purse in the studio.

A - His

B - Hers

C - Her

D - Theirs

Answer : C

Explanation

"His, her, their" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as adjectives.

Q 9 - Why can I not travel … at night? I am not a child anymore.

A - Yourself

B - Ourself

C - Ourselves

D - Myself

Answer : D

Explanation

“Myself” is used when the singular speaker is supposed to do something with his/her own capability.

Q 10 - … quite a hot day for the baby to try … new clothes.

A - It’s, it’s

B - Its, its

C - It’s, its

D - Its, it’s

Answer : C

Explanation

“Its” is used to denote ownership of an infant, animal, or non-living thing, whereas “it’s” is used as a contracted form of “it is”.


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