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Noun and Pronoun Test
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Noun and Pronoun Test
Part 1 – Identifying Nouns
Directions: Given three words, cross out the word that is NOT a noun. (1 point each)
- cat park run
- Texas horse gallop
- eat pizza fork
- Emily jolly desk
- computer scanned monitor
- sun grass rained
- touchdown goalpost argue
- played clarinet drum
- pelican crashed ocean
- mountain prison escaping
Part 2 – Common and Proper Nouns
Directions: Given a common noun, provide a related proper noun. (1 point each)
- state ______________________
- ocean ______________________
- war ______________________
- singer ______________________
- boy ______________________
- book ______________________
- mall ______________________
- road ______________________
- teacher ______________________
- country ______________________
Part 3 – Recognizing Pronouns and Antecedents
Directions: Underline the personal pronoun in each sentence and circle its antecedent. (2 points each)
- The woman at the talent agency gave me her number.
- “I think monkeys are cute!” said Silvia.
- Tom, why are you going to bed so early?
- Ellie said that she would call me today.
- The mayor made a mistake when reading from her notes.
Part 4 – Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns
Directions: Underline the reflexive or intensive pronoun in the sentences and write I for intensive or R for reflexive on the line provided. (2 points each)
- I, myself, don’t enjoy grammar. _____
- Have you asked yourself why you are here? _____
- Georgia promised herself to try harder _____
- The children made the cookies themselves. _____
- The girl made the dress herself. _____
Part 5 – Identifying Demonstrative, Relative, and Interrogative Pronouns
Directions: Write whether each underlined word is a demonstrative (d), a relative (r), or an interrogative pronoun. (2 points each)
- Who called you at three am? _______________________
- I want those books! _______________________
- The girl, who has green hair, is odd. _______________________
- These are rotten! _______________________
- The ball that has teal spots is there. _______________________
Part 6 – Using Nouns and Pronouns in Sentences
Directions: Following the given directions to write 10 sentences. Also, label the requested parts of speech. (2 points each)
- Write a sentence using one common noun and one personal pronoun.
- Write a sentence using one demonstrative pronoun and one compound noun.
- Write a sentence using one proper noun and one reflexive pronoun.
- Write a sentence using one compound proper noun and one personal pronoun.
- Write a sentence using one relative pronoun and one common noun.
- Write a sentence using one reflexive pronoun and one compound noun.
- Write a sentence using one abstract noun and one demonstrative pronoun.
- Write a sentence using one proper noun and one common noun.
- Write a sentence using two personal pronouns.
- Write a sentence using one abstract noun and one compound noun.
About this Document
This is a test aimed at 7-9th grade students over nouns and pronouns. This test coveres common, proper, personal, demonstrative, interrogative, relative, reflexive and intensive pronouns. It also includes a writing section that requires students to use the above list to compose sentences.