English Grammar Quiz For Class 9

There are specific key skills and ideas you learn in a 9th-grade grammar subject. Here is a quiz created for helping you out in your exams. So, take the test and check your grammar knowledge.

You know how to appropriately use different phrases, clauses, colons, and semi-colons. As basic punctuation rules are mastered, you move on to more complex concepts. You also begin to use more extensive vocabulary words and select the proper form of words. This quiz explains what is unique about 9th-grade grammar.

Good luck to you.

English Grammar Quiz for class 9 Quiz Instructions:

  • There will be 30 multiple choice questions in this online test.
  • The answer to the questions will change randomly each time you start this test.
  • Practice this test at least 3 times if you want to secure High Marks.
  • At the End of the Test, you can see your Test score and Rating.
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  • Question of

    Nowadays, it _______ that the Vikings _______ the Americas about 500 years before Columbus’ arrival there in 1492.

    • has believed / were reached
    • is believed / had reached
    • believed / have been reaching
    • has been believed / reached
  • Question of

    _______ moment I have ever experienced was when I saw my 1-year-old son sitting on the windowsill of our flat on the third floor.

    • As terrified as
    • Too terrifying
    • A more terrified
    • The most terrifying
  • Question of

    What was Andrew doing when we _____________ him.

    • Met
    • Did meet
    • Didn’t meet
    • Meet
  • Question of

    My jeans _____________ of blue denim.

    • Are made
    • Make
    • Is made
    • Is making
  • Question of

    John failed his exams because he was always out with his friends when he _______ .

    • should have been studying
    • used to study
    • must have been studying
    • will have studied
  • Question of

    The conference room __________ to hold 50 people.

    • was designed
    • was designing
    • designing
    • is designing
  • Question of

    Joe hurt _____ when he fell off his bicycle.

    • Herself
    • Itself
    • Himself
    • She
  • Question of

    Before she got that new job, Eda ______ lots of good books, but now she just doesn’t have the time.

    • ought to be reading
    • had better read
    • used to read
    • can read
  • Question of

    Which one of the modal verbs used in the sentences below shows the function of ability?

    • You needn’t worry.
    • I tried my best but couldn’t pick it up.
    • You have to leave this place.
    • May I come in sir?
  • Question of

    Which one of the following sentences has the use of transitive verb?

    • The train arrives at 3 p.m.
    • Sorry, but I have to leave
    • She lives on the East side of the city.
    • She left the keys on the table.
  • Question of

    Identify the preposition of time used in one of the following sentences:

    • The bank is on the Faisal lane.
    • He left for Karachi on Monday.
    • He is often on bed rest
    • You stand on the other side of the fence.
  • Question of

    Identify the indefinite pronoun used in one of the following sentences:

    • I did this work myself.
    • This is not my fault.
    • No one could answer.
    • Which is the shortest way to the zoo?
  • Question of

    Sort out adjective of quantity from the following options:

    • Some people are born great.
    • He bought some sugar.
    • Some books were stolen
    • Something went wrong.
  • Question of

    Which one of the following sentences has the use of Abstract noun?

    • Honesty is the best policy
    • Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall.
    • He found water from nowhere.
    • Give me your pen.
  • Question of

    Which one of the following is a complex sentence?

    • He is doing his work.
    • Stay here or go to your home
    • If he comes, I will go.
    • I bought ticket and boarded the train.
  • Question of

    Which one of the following sentences has an adjective phrase?

    • He bought a car of a new model.
    • The dog chased him everywhere.
    • He wanted to go home.
    • The kite flies up and up.
  • Question of

    Identify the transitional device of sequencing used in one of the following sentences:

    • He always comes late
    • He is honest but his friend is not
    • In brief, the story is interesting.
    • He was late, therefore, he was punished.
  • Question of

    Recognize the use of personification in one of the following sentences:

    • The story jumped off the page.
    • He is as slippery as a fish.
    • He is the moon for his mother.
    • She is thin like a string.
  • Question of

    Mr. Alace is a snake, you should beware of him. Negative connotation of the underlined word is:

    • cunning
    • poisonous
    • cheater
    • scaly
  • Question of

    Love is blind. Choose the figure of speech used in the sentence.

    • Personification
    • Simile
    • Metaphor
    • Alliteration
  • Question of

    ___________ it was raining, I still walked to school. Fill in the blank with correct transitional device.

    • Accordingly
    • Although
    • Furthermore
    • Consequently
  • Question of

    The doctor gave me a ___________for some medicine last week. Insert the appropriate word.

    • note
    • recipe
    • prescription
    • receipt
  • Question of

    Which one of the following sentences has the use of intransitive verb?

    • Usman sold his old bike to his friend.
    • Munawar kicked the football.
    • The horse galloped wildly.
    • She left the keys on the table.
  • Question of

    I can’t help you with your homework because I am not very good at geometry. ___________, I know someone who can. Choose the appropriate word.

    • however
    • in addition
    • for example
    • subsequently
  • Question of

    ‘Sonnet’ is an example of:

    • poetry
    • drama
    • fiction
    • novel
  • Question of

    How happy is he here! Choose the poetic device used in the line.

    • simile
    • alliteration
    • metaphor
    • personification
  • Question of

    I felt an intolerable sorrow, realizing that my friend could be so mean. The underlined word has the same meaning as:

    • unwelcome
    • unnatural
    • unbearable
    • unwanted
  • Question of

    It has been an extremely brutal summer with very hot temperatures. What does the word brutal mean?

    • harsh
    • windy
    • pleasant
    • gentle
  • Question of

    He is interested _________ learning English. Fill in the blank with suitable preposition.

    • on
    • in
    • to
    • for
  • Question of

    Select the plural form of the word Alumnus.

    • alumni
    • alumnae
    • alumus
    • alumna

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