English Grammar Questions and Answers for Competitive Exams

Online English Grammar Test
:: Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the Adjectives :
1. Iron is ………… than any other metal (useful)
2. Africa is the ………… of the five Continents. (hot)
3. This is the ………… flower I have even seen. (pretty)
4. I have never seen ………… work than this (neat)

:: Supply the most suitable tense, for each of the following sentences :
5. He is busy now; he ……… (write) a letter.
6. I usually ………… (not take) sugar in my tea.
7. We ………… (not play) tennis together since last may.
8. He ………… (sit) in the garden when the storm broke.
9. He ………… (go) out five minutes ago.

:: Fill in each blank with one of the following Verbs :
built, enjoyed, found, left, lost, permitted, promised, returned, tried, was, were.
10. The floods…………bad last year because the trees had been cut down.
11. The birds ………… because they could not find any trees to find any trees to build their homes in.
12. The loggers ………… their jobs cutting down trees.
13. Fortunately, they ………… new jobs cutting down trees.
14. Their job as forest rangers ………… to protect the trees and animals of the forest.
15. The timber companies ………… hard to change the law so that they could cut down trees again.
16. In the end, the government ………… them to continue doing a little logging.

Answers
1. Iron is more useful than any other metal
2. Africa is the hottest of the five Continents.
3. This is the prettiest flower I have even seen.
4. I have never seen neater work than this.
5. He is busy now; he is writing a letter.
6. I usually do not take sugar in my tea.
7. We have not played/have not been playing tennis together since last May.
8. He was sitting in the garden when the storm broke.
9. He went out out five minutes ago.
10. The floods were bad last year because the trees had been cut down.
11. The birds left because they could not find any trees to build their homes in.
12. The loggers lost their jobs cutting down trees.
13. Fortunately, they found new jobs cutting down trees.
14. Their job as forest rangers was to protect the trees and animals of the forest.
15. The timber companies tried hard to change the law so that they could cut down trees again.
16. In the end, the government permitted them to continue doing a little logging.

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