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Grammar Quizzes- Level 7

Quiz 1 (Quiz 1 Answers)

Quiz 2 (Quiz 2 Answers)

Quiz 3 (Quiz 3 Answers)

Quiz 4 (Quiz 4 Answers)

Grammar Level 7
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Quiz 1

Directions: Choose from among these subordinating conjunctions to complete each sentence:
although as long as because even if so that unless until while
1. She has decided to move to Portland _______________ there are more opportunities for employment in that city.
2. You can borrow my car ________________ you agree to be very careful with it.
3. They’ll have a good corn harvest this year _______________ it rains a lot and prevents them from harvesting their crops.
4. Our neighbor is going to buy a gun ________________ she can protect herself from intruders who break into her apartment.
5. _______________ he can save a lot of money by taking the bus, Russ still drives his car into the city every day.
6. Ronald is going to finish his homework ________________ it takes him all night.
7. My daughter can’t wait _____________ she gets her new bike.
8. Stay in the car _______________ I go into the store. I’ll be right back.
9. It’s a good idea to go to college for four years _______________ it’s possible to get a good job without a degree.
10. ________________ he’s overweight, Tony eats a lot of food before he goes to bed. That’s not healthy.
11. The police can’t arrest the suspect in the crime______________ they have more evidence against him.
12. Tim’s parents will let him have his own car _______________ he pays for his own insurance and doesn’t get into any trouble with it.
13. _______________ Terry was talking on the phone and not paying attention, her kids were making a big mess in the kitchen.
14. _______________ the police caught him driving while drunk, he lost his license.
15. Hubert’s wife will have to get a job _______________ they can afford to pay their mortgage and other expenses.
16. You shouldn’t accept a ride in a car from someone ________________ you know the person really well.
17. Rogelio needs to see a doctor _________________ his back is really bothering him a lot.
18. Tom was not a popular leader in his country __________________ he had support from the business community.
19. Tanya and Uri have agreed not to move in together __________________ they get married.
20. The teacher got angry because the students were talking ________________ he was trying to teach the class.

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Quiz 1 (Answers)

Directions: Choose from among these subordinating conjunctions to complete each sentence:
although as long as because even if so that unless until while
1. She has decided to move to Portland because there are more opportunities for employment in that city.
2. You can borrow my car as long as you agree to be very careful with it.
3. They’ll have a good corn harvest this year unless it rains a lot and prevents them from harvesting their crops.
4. Our neighbor is going to buy a gun so that she can protect herself from intruders who break into her apartment.
5. Although he can save a lot of money by taking the bus, Russ still drives his car into the city every day.
6. Ronald is going to finish his homework even if it takes him all night.
7. My daughter can’t wait until she gets her new bike.
8. Stay in the car while I go into the store. I’ll be right back.
9. It’s a good idea to go to college for four years even if it’s possible to get a good job without a degree.
10. Although he’s overweight, Tony eats a lot of food before he goes to bed. That’s not healthy.
11. The police can’t arrest the suspect in the crime until they have more evidence against him.
12. Tim’s parents will let him have his own car as long as he pays for his own insurance and doesn’t get into any trouble with it.
13. While Terry was talking on the phone and not paying attention, her kids were making a big mess in the kitchen.
14. Because the police caught him driving while drunk, he lost his license.
15. Hubert’s wife will have to get a job so that they can afford to pay their mortgage and other expenses.
16. You shouldn’t accept a ride in a car from someone unless you know the person really well.
17. Rogelio needs to see a doctor because his back is really bothering him a lot.
18. Tom was not a popular leader in his country although he had support from the business community.
19. Tanya and Uri have agreed not to move in together until they get married.
20. The teacher got angry because the students were talking while he was trying to teach the class.

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Quiz 2

Part A. Directions: Choose from among these conjunctive adverbs to complete each sentence:
consequently otherwise on the other hand furthermore
1. Buying and living in a 200-year-old house would be interesting; _______________ it would probably be very expensive to maintain.
2. You’ll have to start taking better care of your body and stop smoking; ________________, you’ll die early.
3. Jennifer had a bad experience shopping at that store; _______________, she decided never to shop there again.
4. Growing apples is an interesting hobby which provides me with a lot of pleasure; ______________, I don’t need to buy apples at the store.
5. Patricia and Karl lost interest in each other; ________________, they both agreed to a divorce.
6. Golf is a very fun sport; _________________, it’s very expensive.
7. The party became kind of boring after Toby left; ________________, everyone went home soon afterwards.
8. If we arrive at the restaurant early, we’ll get a good seat; __________________, the restaurant won’t feel very lively.
9. You should buy these boots while they’re on sale; _______________, you’ll have to pay full price next week.
10. When the economy went into recession, business slowed down; _________________, Hector was laid off.

Part B. Directions: Choose from among these conjunctive adverbs to complete each sentence:
however therefore in addition
1. The jury found the man guilty on all charges of murder; _______________, he was sentenced to life in prison.
2. I would like to see the new exhibit; _______________, there might not be enough time to do that.
3. Becoming a doctor isn’t easy. __________________ to many years of studying medicine, you have to deal with uncomfortable situations all the time.
4. My friend, Jeff, wants to ask Wanda out on a date; __________________, he’s too nervous.
5. Steve wanted more excitement in his life; ________________, he decided to join the U.S. military in hopes of going to Iraq.
6. This is a very useful tool; ________________, it’s easy to carry inside a pocket.
7. Carbon dioxide levels are rising in the earth’s atmosphere; _________________, temperatures around the planet are increasing.
8. Finding a new job can be a time-consuming process; ___________________, it can be costly if you need to buy a new suit and send out resumes.
9. The company she works for is expanding; ________________, it won’t start hiring new workers until next year.
10. Tony has stopped watching what he eats; ________________, he’s starting to get really heavy.

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Quiz 2 (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Choose from among these conjunctive adverbs to complete each sentence:
consequently otherwise on the other hand furthermore

1. Buying and living in a 200-year-old house would be interesting; on the other hand, it would probably be very expensive to maintain.
2. You’ll have to start taking better care of your body and stop smoking; otherwise, you’ll die early.
3. Jennifer had a bad experience shopping at that store; consequently, she decided never to shop there again.
4. Growing apples is an interesting hobby which provides me with a lot of pleasure; furthermore, I don’t need to buy apples at the store.
5. Patricia and Karl lost interest in each other; consequently, they both agreed to a divorce.
6. Golf is a very fun sport; on the other hand, it’s very expensive.
7. The party became kind of boring after Toby left; consequently, everyone went home soon afterwards.
8. If we arrive at the restaurant early, we’ll get a good seat; on the other hand, the restaurant won’t feel very lively.
9. You should buy these boots while they’re on sale; otherwise, you’ll have to pay full price next week.
10. When the economy went into recession, business slowed down; consequently, Hector was laid off.

Part B. Directions: Choose from among these conjunctive adverbs to complete each sentence:
however therefore in addition
1. The jury found the man guilty on all charges of murder; therefore, he was sentenced to life in prison.
2. I would like to see the new exhibit; however, there might not be enough time to do that.
3. Becoming a doctor isn’t easy. In addition to many years of studying medicine, you have to deal with uncomfortable situations all the time.
4. My friend, Jeff, wants to ask Wanda out on a date; however, he’s too nervous.
5. Steve wanted more excitement in his life; therefore, he decided to join the U.S. military in hopes of going to Iraq.
6. This is a very useful tool; in addition, it’s easy to carry inside a pocket.
7. Carbon dioxide levels are rising in the earth’s atmosphere; therefore, temperatures around the planet are increasing.
8. Finding a new job can be a time-consuming process; in addition, it can be costly if you need to buy a new suit and send out resumes.
9. The company she works for is expanding; however, it won’t start hiring new workers until next year.
10. Tony has stopped watching what he eats; therefore, he’s starting to get really heavy.

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Quiz 3

Part A.
Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing “so” or “such.”
1. I’m ________ hungry, I could eat a horse.
2. This is __________ a big mess, it will take several days to clean up.
3. It was __________ a hot day yesterday.
4. This room feels ________ hot.
5. Why is he being __________ a jerk?
6. That movie was __________ funny!
7. It was __________ a funny movie we saw it three times.
8. He’s having chest pains. __________ matters should be discussed with a doctor.
9. Marie is ___________ in love with her boyfriend.
10. It snowed __________ much last night, school was called of for today.

Part B.
Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing “so”or “such” and “that.”
1. The movie has been _________ a big success, __________ a sequel is going to be made.
2. She liked the student’s writing _________ much _________ she gave him a gold star.
3. They’re __________ excited __________ they can’t get to sleep.
4. The patient was in __________ pain __________ the doctor gave him a sedative.
5. It was __________ a big explosion __________ it was heard several miles away.
6. These are _________ difficult times __________ we are living through.
7. Henry’s __________ rich __________ he doesn’t need to work, but he does anyway.
8. This is __________ a popular restaurant __________ a reservation is needed weeks ahead of time.
9. These are ___________ dangerous chemicals __________ you need to wear gloves when you use them.
10. The teacher’s class was __________ boring _________ some people actually went to sleep.

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Quiz 3 (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing “so” or “such.”
1. I’m ___so___ hungry, I could eat a horse.
2. This is ___such_____ a big mess, it will take several days to clean up.
3. It was ____such_____ a hot day yesterday.
4. This room feels ____so____ hot.
5. Why is he being ___such_____ a jerk?
6. That movie was ____so_____ funny!
7. It was ____such____ a funny movie! We saw it three times.
8. He’s having chest pains. ___Such____ matters should be discussed with a doctor.
9. Marie is ____so_____ in love with her boyfriend.
10. It snowed ___so_____ much last night, school was called of for today.

Part B. Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing “so”or “such” and “that.”
1. The movie has been ___such____ a big success, ___that____ a sequel is going to be made.
2. She liked the student’s writing _____so____ much __that____ she gave him a gold star.
3. They’re ____so_____ excited ____that___ they can’t get to sleep.
4. The patient was in ___such____ pain ____that_____ the doctor gave him a sedative.
5. It was ____such____ a big explosion ___that_____ it was heard several miles away.
6. These are ____such____ difficult times ____that____ we are living through.
7. Henry’s ____so______ rich ____that____ he doesn’t need to work, but he does anyway.
8. This is ____such____ a popular restaurant _____that___ a reservation is needed weeks ahead of time.
9. These are _____such____ dangerous chemicals _____that___ you need to wear gloves when you use them.
10. The teacher’s class was ____so______ boring ___that____ some people actually went to sleep.

 

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Quiz 4

Part A. Directions: Complete each sentence by underlining either “because,” “because of,” or “due to.”
Example: They bought the couch (because / because of) it was on sale.
1. Sarah wants to go to the salon today (because / because of) her hair needs a trim.
2. (Because / Because of) the change in the weather, we have decided not to go to the parade.
3. Diane missed her flight (due to / because) a traffic delay on her way to the airport.
4. (Due to / Because) my car was stolen, I will have to rent a car for the next few days.
5. The doctors said that the man’s death was (due to / because) heart failure.
6. The teacher thinks the students didn’t learn the lesson well enough (because / because of) they weren’t listening to her.
7. (Because / Because of) the lights don’t work, you’ll need a flashlight when you go down into the basement.
8. The company won’t hire him (due to / because) he tested positive for drugs.
9. The door doesn’t close properly (because / because of) it’s broken.
10. School was cancelled (due to / because) the weather.

Part B. Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing from the clauses, phrases, and words that are available below
a. it’s too high
b. the delay
c. it was too cold outside
d. a lightning strike on some dead trees
e. her lack of experience
f. the poor economy
g. the cold
h. bad brakes
i. they are in love
j. they’ve eaten too much of it

1. We didn’t go to the beach because _______________________________.
2. The car crashed into the traffic light because of __________________________.
3. Due to _________________________, the store was forced to close.
4. They can’t have any more candy because ___________________________.
5. Jimmy can’t reach the ball because _________________________.
6. My car won’t start because of __________________________.
7. Due to ______________________, Cindy had trouble finding a job.
8. The forest fire started because of _________________________.
9. Because _________________________, they have decided to get married.
10. She’s frustrated because of _______________________ in the delivery of the package.

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Quiz 4 (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Complete each sentence by underlining either “because,” “because of,” or “due to.”
Example: They bought the couch (because / because of) it was on sale.
1. Sarah wants to go to the salon today (because / because of) her hair needs a trim.
2. (Because / Because of) the change in the weather, we have decided not to go to the parade.
3. Diane missed her flight (due to / because) a traffic delay on her way to the airport.
4. (Due to / Because) my car was stolen, I will have to rent a car for the next few days.
5. The doctors said that the man’s death was (due to / because) heart failure.
6. The teacher thinks the students didn’t learn the lesson well enough (because / because of) they weren’t listening to her.
7. (Because / Because of) the lights don’t work, you’ll need a flashlight when you go down into the basement.
8. The company won’t hire him (due to / because) he tested positive for drugs.
9. The door doesn’t close properly (because / because of) it’s broken.
10. School was cancelled (due to / because) the weather.

Part B. Directions: Complete each sentence by choosing from the clauses, phrases, and words that are available to the right
1. We didn’t go to the beach because ______________c_________________.
2. The car crashed into the traffic light because of _____________h_____________.
3. Due to ___________f______________, the store was forced to close.
4. They can’t have any more candy because ______________j_____________.
5. Jimmy can’t reach the ball because ___________a______________.
6. My car won’t start because of _____________g_____________.
7. Due to __________e____________, Cindy had trouble finding a job.
8. The forest fire started because of _____________d____________.
9. Because ____________i_____________, they have decided to get married.
10. She’s frustrated because of ____________b___________ in the delivery of the