English Lesson Quizs

Posted: April 29, 2008 in Education

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A verbal is a verb form used as some other part of speech. There are three kinds of verbals: gerunds, participles and infinitives.

A gerund always ends in ing and is used as a noun. Example: Eating is fun.

A participle is used as an adjective and ends various ways. A present participle always ends with ing as does the gerund, but remember that it is an adjective. A past participle ends with ed, n, or irregularly. Examples: played, broken, brought, sung, seeing, having seen, being seen, seen, having been seen.

An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

Find the verbals in the following sentences.

1. I can’t understand Will’s failing in college.

2. Many trees stood bordering the south entrance to the house.

3. I will have to consult your parents.

4. His searching glance terrified the hostages.

5. You should buy a tie to match your suit.

Answers

1. failing

2. bordering

3. to consult

4. searching

5. to match

A verbal is a verb form used as some other part of speech. There are three kinds of verbals: gerunds, participles and infinitives.

A gerund always ends in ing and is used as a noun. Example: Eating is fun.

A participle is used as an adjective and ends various ways. A present participle always ends with ing as does the gerund, but remember that it is an adjective. A past participle ends with ed, n, or irregularly. Examples: played, broken, brought, sung, seeing, having seen, being seen, seen, having been seen.

An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

Find the verbals in the following sentences.

1. The pouring rain caused havoc on the highway.

2. The earthquake created many broken dishes.

3. This book has a torn page.

4. The drifted snow had blocked my driveway.

5. Shouting angrily, the man ran from his house.

Answers

1. pouring

2. broken

3. torn

4. drifted

5. shouting

A verbal is a verb form used as some other part of speech. There are three kinds of verbals: gerunds, participles and infinitives.

A gerund always ends in ing and is used as a noun. Example: Eating is fun.

A participle is used as an adjective and ends various ways. A present participle always ends with ing as does the gerund, but remember that it is an adjective. A past participle ends with ed, n, or irregularly. Examples: played, broken, brought, sung, seeing, having seen, being seen, seen, having been seen.

An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

Find the verbals in the following sentences.

1. Is Sam too busy to help us?

2. This car is hard to use and to repair.

3. Where did you go to find that mutt?

4. Oh, I didn’t lock the door before leaving home today!

5. Having swum for two hours, I felt rather tired.

Answers

1. to help

2. to use / to repair

3. to find

4. leaving

5. having swum

A verbal is a verb form used as some other part of speech. There are three kinds of verbals: gerunds, participles and infinitives.

A gerund always ends in ing and is used as a noun. Example: Eating is fun.

A participle is used as an adjective and ends various ways. A present participle always ends with ing as does the gerund, but remember that it is an adjective. A past participle ends with ed, n, or irregularly. Examples: played, broken, brought, sung, seeing, having seen, being seen, seen, having been seen.

An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

Find the verbals in the following sentences.

1. Sometimes I need to work more effectively.

2. Surreptitiously slipping the answers to his friend, the boy looked innocently at the ceiling.

3. Why won’t you try to be nicer?

4. I hope we never become too old to learn.

5. Having forgotten her lines, Jena fled from the stage.

Answers

1. to work

2. slipping

3. to be

4. to learn

5. having forgotten

A verbal is a verb form used as some other part of speech. There are three kinds of verbals: gerunds, participles and infinitives.

A gerund always ends in ing and is used as a noun. Example: Eating is fun.

A participle is used as an adjective and ends various ways. A present participle always ends with ing as does the gerund, but remember that it is an adjective. A past participle ends with ed, n, or irregularly. Examples: played, broken, brought, sung, seeing, having seen, being seen, seen, having been seen.

An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

Find the verbals in the following sentences.

1. Changing his mind, Fred agreed to play the part.

2. Having been seen at lunch, the man tried to escape.

3. The team winning the final game will win the cup.

4. One way to improve is to work harder.

5. Decayed and crumbling, that old wall is dangerous.

Answers

1. changing / to play

2. having been seen / to escape

3. winning

4. to improve / to work

5. decayed / crumbling

Find the verbals in these sentences.

1. The rolling hills seemed to go on forever.

2. Having grown sleepy, I finally put down my book.

3. The parcel wrapped in brown paper was thought to be a bomb.

4. Hearing the screeching brakes, I rushed to the window.

5. Swimming is not my favorite sport.

6. To accept defeat well is often hard.

7. To go now would be foolish.

8. Having been invited to attend a party, I hurriedly took a shower.

9. The added figure made the price too high.

10. Is it time to leave yet?

Answers

1. rolling / to go

2. having grown

3. wrapped / to be

4. hearing / screeching

5. swimming

6. to accept

7. to go

8. having been invited / to attend

9. added

10. to leave

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