Answer R.2.2014

posted on 19 Jul 2014 20:21 by suthatip2011

A. Complete each sentence by choosing the correct word.

1. Is there (many, much, a lot of) smoke

coming out of the chimney?

2. There are (plenty of, a little, any) fish

in the pond.

3. (A little, A few, Much) minutes are all,

they take for him to shave.

4. The postman puts (a lot of, much, a little) letters

into the bag.

5. He throws (a little, some, any) nuts

to the monkeys.

B. Fill the correct articles or x  into the blanks.

1. ………A…….and ………an……….are indefinite articles.

They are used when no particular object is being talked about.

2. ………A…….. is used before a singular countable noun

or noun phrase which begins with a consonant sound.
3. ………An……….. is used before a singular countable noun

or noun phrase which begins with a vowel sound.
4. ………The……….. is the definite article used with singular

and plural nouns when something is being mentioned for the second time.

5. ………The……….. is also used with singular and plural nouns

when it is clear what specific object is being talked about.

6. ………The………… is used when there is only one of something.

7. ………x ……… articles are used for proper nouns and names of games.

C. Fill the correct words. (Collective Nouns)

1. A …………herd……….. of cows was transported to a farm

in Texas for slaughter.
2. I saw a …………pride………… of lions basking

in the sun at the zoo.
3. On a clear summer night you can see a …………galaxy………… of stars.
4. My cousins and I bought a ………pack / deck………… of cards

to keep us occupied during our train journey.
5. We heard a ………gaggle…………… of geese a mile away.

D. Read the passage and answer the questions.

                                                            Suthatip’s life

My name is Suthatip. My surname is Wongboonma.

I am fifty years old. I weigh 68 kilos. I am 162 cm tall.

My hair style is long. I have long straight brown hair.

My eyes are black. I have been a teacher for 32 years.

I am a teacher at Assumption College Primary Section.

I am strict and confident. I teach English in Class 5/7,8 and10.

My address is 50 Chan Road, Sathorn, Bangkok.

My birthday is May15th.

            I have married for 27 years. My husband is a teacher, too.

We have four children. They are three daughters and one son.

They are good children. Two daughters have worked for a few years

and two of them have studied in the university.

We have a happy family. They love together and

study very well by themselves. We are proud of them very much.

11. What is her name? 11. Her name is Suthatip.

12. How old is she?      12. She is 50 years old.

13. How much does she weigh?  13. She weighs 68 kilos.

14. What is her height?   14. Her height is 162 cm.

15. What does she do?   15. She is a teacher.

E. Make the sentences from the given words. (มีหลายคำตอบ)

1. น้ำ4ขวด, good and clean     1. Four bottles of water are good and clean.

2. ทราย 3 ถัง, behind, house   2. Three buckets of sand are behind the house.

3. นม 5 กล่อง, refrigerator 3. There are 5 cartons in the refrigerator.

4. กาแฟ 2 ถ้วย , you     4. There are 2 cups of coffee for you.

5. ข้าว 2 จาน , mine     5.  Two plates of rice are mine.

F. Use the possessive forms of nouns.

1. The pants of the teachers are nice.  1. The teachers' pants are nice.

2. The glasses of Mr. James are new.   2. Mr. James' s glasses are new.

3. The horses of the princes are expensive. 3. The princes' horses are expensive.

4. The dress of the princess is nice.   4. The princess' s dress is nice.

5. The houses of the people are white. 5. The people' s houses are white.

G. Choose the correct answers.        

1.  Assumption College Primary Section is

an example of a/an……………………….

a. common noun           b. proper noun     

c. concrete noun           d. abstract noun

2.  A herd of swans is an example

of a/an………………………….

a. collective noun       b. possessive noun        

c. concrete noun          d. abstract noun 

3.  The plural of “handkerchief is …………………….          

a. handkerchiefs         b.  handkerchieves              

c. handkerchiefes          d. handkerchievs

4.  Babies' is a example of a…………………

a. singular noun            b. plural noun        

c. singular possessive noun         d. plural possessive noun

5. Fish is an example of a…………………..

a. singular noun (a fish)             b. plural noun       

c. singular possessive noun       d. plural possessive noun

6.  Which noun below isn’t a collective noun?

a. children        b. class            

c. family             d. crowd

7. “Pod” is an example of a/an…………………………………

a. collective noun           b. proper noun         

c. abstract noun            d. possessive noun

8.  A proper noun………………………………..

a. names any person, place or thing      

b. names a specific person, place or thing

c. names things you can see or touch   

d. names ideas, qualities, or feeling that

cannot be seen or touched

9. A common noun………………………………

a. names any person, place or thing      

b. names a specific person, place or thing

c. names things you can see or touch   

d. names ideas, qualities, or feeling that

cannot be seen or touched

10. Concrete nouns………………………………………..

a. names any person, place or thing      

b. names a specific person, place or thing

c. names things you can see or touch   

d. names ideas, qualities, or feeling that

cannot be seen or touched

11. Abstract nouns………………………………..

a. names any person, place or thing      

b. names a specific person, place or thing

c. names things you can see or touch   

d. names ideas, qualities, or feeling that

cannot be seen or touched

12. California is an example of a………………………………

a. possessive noun         b. proper noun     

c. collective noun           d. compound phrase

13. Mr. Jonatans’ s is a………………………………

a. singular noun              b. plural noun        

c. singular possessive noun          d. plural possessive noun

14. Bobby’s going to the party also. Bobby’s is an example of a…………………………

a. singular possessive noun              b. contraction    (is going)  

c. plural possessive noun                 d. singular noun

15.The Browns’ cake is pink and green. The Browns’ is an example of a……………………

a. singular possessive noun              b. contraction        

c. plural possessive noun            d. singular noun

16. Swarm is an example of a………………………….

a. singular noun                   b. plural noun          

c. possessive noun              d. collective noun

17. What is a proper noun in this sentence?

Janet, an English chef, found the onions for the lovely pies.

a. Janet                         b. a English chef                     

c. the onions                  d. English (Proper Adjective), Janet

18. How many nouns are there in this sentence?

Janet, an English chef, found the onions for the lovely pies.

a. 3                               b. 4                                         

c. 5                               d. 6

19. I buy a ………………….of orange juice from

the Seven Eleven Shop.

a. cup                             b. kilo                                      

c. carton                       d. packet

20. Which one is the correct abstract noun?

a. able = ablelity                  b. wise = wisedom        

c. friend = friendship       d. proud = proudly

H. Rearrange the correct sentences.

1. cars/few/buys/he/them/a/.             1. He buys them a few cars.

2. a/of/I/saw/gorillas/band/yesterday/.         2. I saw a band of gorillas yesterday.

3. the/houses/Browns’/are/expensive/very/.    3. The Browns' houses are very expensive.

4. school/James/enormous/’s/is/very/.      4. James' s school is very enormous.

I. Fill the correct words. ( Pronouns )

1. John was certain that …………he………….. hadn’t

forgotten to lock the door.
2. Susan loves watching ……………her…………. puppy

chase ……………its……….. tail.
3. He gave …………his………… friend two dollars.
4. He gave …………himself………… a birthday party.
5. Our parents are out for the weekend and

bought …………us…………. a lot of food.
6. They have given us enough time to finish …………our………….. project.

7. …………Everyone / Everybody…………… loves The king of Thailand.

8. Would you like …………something…………….to drink?

9. We can take you to ………everywhere / anywhere………………….that

you want to go.

10. They want …………someone / somebody…………… to help them.

J. Fill in the correct reflexive pronouns.

myself    ourselves    yourself   yourselves  

themselves   himself  herself    itself     

1. Robert made this T-shirt………himsel f. …………...

2. Lisa did the homework …………herself. …………….

3. We helped ………ourselves…………….to drink some cola at the party.

4. Emma, did you take the photo all by………youself……………..?

5. I wrote this poem………myself. …………………..

6. He cut ………himself.……………with the knife while he was doing the dishes.

7. The lion can defend………itself. ……………...

8. My mother often talks to………herself. ……………….

9. Tim and Gerry, if you want more milk, help………yourselves. ………………..

10. Alice and Doris collected the stickers…………themselves. …………….    

K.  Fill in the gaps with indefinite pronouns. 

  1.  I know ____anything = สิ่งใดก็ตาม / everything______ about this issue that you may find interesting,

but if I tell you, you must promise to keep it (a) secret.

2.  ____No one / Nobody______ lives here. There is no water.          

3.  I spent the night ____anywhere = ที่ใดก็ตาม / everywhere______ near the beach.
4.  ____Everyone / Everybody______ could have jumped over this wall,

and stole your rake. It's very low.
5.  _____No one / Nobody_____ scares him. He's very brave.   

6. There is _____nowhere_____ to park here.   

Let's go ___somewhere_______ else to park.       

7.  Would you like __something________ to wash your hands?.     

8.  May I have __something________ for dessert, please?    

9.  They took him ___somewhere_______ in London,

and he never returned.    

10. I saw___someone / somebody______ outside the window at midnight.

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