Grammar Test 2 Review

Lesson Review 1

Underline the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences:

1.    We scored as many goals as (they, them).

2.    Can you sing as well as (I, me).

3.    Alice and (I, me) were present at the meeting.

4.    Let you and (I, me) try what we can do.

5.    The robbery victim pointed and yelled, "That is (he, him)."

6.    I know him as well as (she, her).

7.    It was (I, me) that gave you the call.

8.    Between you and (I, me), I don’t trust him.

9.    We are not as rich as (they, them).

10.    John is as old as (I, me).

11.    He is known to my friends and (I, me).

12.    She is as tall as (he, him).

13.    Nobody but (I, me) was present.

14.    She and (I, me) are old friends.

15.    Let (he, him) talk.

Lesson Review 2

Identify whether the underlined word in a PA(predicate adjective) or a PN (predicate nominative):

1.       Before the announcement, they were the favorites to win the contest.

  1. When the plot is discovered, Andrea will be a suspect.
  2. People are interested in this game.
  3. For many of us on the team, the fans were an embarrassment.
  4. Watching the championship was fun.
  5. The writer was proud of her efforts.
  6. At the end of the tournament, Tiger Woods was the leader.
  7. During the heat wave, dehydration became a threat for active citizens.
  8. Don argues that cheering for a team can be nerve-wracking, too.
  9. The two teams look very similar in the tempo that they play.
  10. Serena’s brother remains the leader in sales for this region.
  11. The assistant’s attitude seems a mystery to everyone involved.
  12. Stan does not seem scared of them.
  13. If you‘re not careful, the whole group is going to judge you on what you do on this day.

15.   Smoking appeared to be the cause of the blaze.

 

Lesson Review 3

Underline the correct pronoun in each sentence:

1.       Choose (whoever, whomever) you want.

 

2.       Show the door to (whoever, whomever) disagrees.

 

3.       (Who, Whom) did you see?

 

4.       A man (who, whom) I recognized left the theater.

 

5.       He is the one (who, whom) we think will give up first.

 

6.       We don't know (who, whom) you are talking about.

 

7.       I never met anyone (who, whom) looked so tired as she/her.

 

8.       (Who, Whom) do you trust?

 

9.       (Who, Whom) do you think should stay behind?

 

10.   The game ball will be given to (whoever, whomever) displays superior sportsmanship.

 

11.   George said he would oppose (whoever, whomever) you would appoint as chairperson.

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ANSWERS:

Lesson 1:

1.       We scored as many goals as (they, them).

2.       Can you sing as well as (I, me).

3.       Alice and (I, me) were present at the meeting.

4.       Let you and (I, me) try what we can do.

5.       The robbery victim pointed and yelled, "That is (he, him)."

6.        I know him as well as (she, her).  She knows him or as well as I know her.

7.       It was (I, me) that gave you the call.

8.       Between you and (I, me), I don’t trust him.

9.       We are not as rich as (they, them).

10.   John is as old as (I, me).

11.   He is known to my friends and (I, me).

12.   She is as tall as (he, him).

13.   Nobody but (I, me) was present.

14.   She and (I, me) are old friends.

15.   Let (he, him) talk.

Lesson 2:

1.       PN                          10. PA

2.       PN                          11. PN

3.       PA                          12. PN

4.       PN                          13. PA

5.       PA                          14. PA

6.       PA                          15. PN

7.       PN

8.       PN

9.       PA

Lesson 3:

1.       Choose (whoever, whomever) you want.

2.       Show the door to (whoever, whomever) disagrees.

3.       (Who, Whom) did you see?

4.       A man (who, whom) I recognized left the theater.

5.       He is the one (who, whom) we think will give up first.

6.       We don't know (who, whom) you are talking about.

7.       I never met anyone (who, whom) looked so tired as she/her?

8.       (Who, Whom) do you trust?

9.       (Who, Whom) do you think should stay behind?

10.   The game ball will be given to (whoever, whomever) displays superior sportsmanship.

11.   George said he would oppose (whoever, whomever) you would appoint as chairperson.

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