Language Arts Quiz Worksheets for Elementary and Primary Students.

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Choose the correct spelling to fill the blank space provided in items 1 to 3.

(1) Some of our tourists are vistors from ________ countries.

foreign
forreingn
foriegn
foraign

(2)Our school won the trophy; it was an _________for celebrating.

occashion
occasion
occassion
okasion

(3)Do you _______such strange stories.

beleive
beleeve
believe
beleve

Choose the correct PREPOSITION to fill the blanks below.

(4)They went______________food for five days.

into
from
without
after

(5)The thief was standing____________ the two policemen.

on
by
between
at

Choose the correct PART OF SPEECH for the words highligted in red.

(6) Andre awoke and yawned lazily.

verb
adjective
adverb
noun

(7)I have never seen such a beautiful sight.

verb
adjective
noun
adverb

(8)Stacy purchased a chip for her phone.

adjective
adverb
verb
noun

(9)The line graph showed the results.

verb
adverb
adjective
noun

Select the correct PUNCTUATION MARK to replace X in item 10-12.

(10)"Look X" shouted Rick."There`s a squirrel in the tree."

:
?
!
;

(11)What is today`s date X

:
!
?
;

(12)My uncle Roy and his family lives in Portmore X St. Catherine.

?
,
!
:

In items 13-16,choose which sentence is grammatically correct?

(13)

Not one of the girls was late for school.
Not one of the girls were late for school.
Not one of the girls are late for school.
Not one of the girls have been late for school.

(14)

Me is going to tuck shop.
I gone to the tuck shop.
Me is gone to the tuck shop.
I am going to the tuck shop.

(15)

Every child has his own toys.
Every child have his own toys.
Every child have their own toys.
Every child have had his own toys.

(16)

Some children blame we for losing game.
Some children blame she for losing the game.
Some children blame us for losing the game.
Some children blame they for losing the game.

In items 17 to 20, identify the type of sentence given.

(17)Are you coming back tomorrow?

imperative
interrogative
exclamatory
declarative

(18) Write your full name on the line.

exclamatory
declarative
imperative
interrogative

(19)Jamaica has fourteen parish.

exclamatary
imperative
interogative
declarative

In items 20-23,which word is OPPOSITE in meaning to the word highligted in red.

(20)My cousin had to quit his job because he was very ill.

omit
lose
dismiss
leave

(21)She lives in a modern house.


ancient
up to date
shabby
comfortable

(22)The cricket match was victory.

conquest
incident
defeat
disgrace

For questions 23-25, choose the correct figure of speech, indicated in each sentence.

(23)The sea is a hungry dog.

alliteration
simile
metaphor
personification

(24)The rain beats like bullets on the roof.

alliteration
simile
metaphor
hyperbole

(25)My sister`s suitcase was light as a feather.

metaphor
alliteration
simile
personification