Noun Case Review 7th Grade: Question Preview (ID: 26486)


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Paris is the capital of France.
a) France is an abstract noun. b) France is a subjective complement. c) France is a proper noun. d) France is a common noun.
Mr. B asked the whole class if they wanted popcorn.
a) Class is an abstract noun. b) Class is a collective noun. c) Class is a proper noun. d) Class is a subjective complement.
That lady with the hat on is my grandma!
a) Grandma is a subjective complement. b) Grandma is an abstract noun. c) Grandma is a collective noun. d) Grandma is a lizard.
Garey threw the milkshake into the street.
a) Milkshake is a proper noun. b) Milkshake is an abstract noun. c) Milkshake is a subjective complement. d) Milkshake is a direct object.
That is James's notebook you are reading.
a) James's is an indirect object. b) James's is a collective noun. c) James's is an abstract noun. d) James's is a possessive noun.
Hey, Mom, can you throw Kate the sweater?
a) Kate is an indirect object. b) Kate is a direct object. c) Kate is a common noun. d) Kate is a collective noun.
I'm going to take you to a moon!
a) Moon is a proper noun. b) Moon is an object of the preposition. c) Moon is a direct object. d) Moon is an abstract noun.
That is my sister-in-law's coat.
a) Sister-in-law's is an object of the preposition. b) Sister-in-law's is a collective noun. c) Sister-in-law's is possessive case. d) Sister-in-law's is an abstract noun.
All of the hamsters' cages were loaded onto the truck.
a) Hamsters' is the correct possessive and truck is object of the preposition. b) Hamsters' is incorrect possessive and truck is object of the preposition. c) Hamsters' is incorrect possessive and truck is direct object. d) Hamsters' is correct possessive and truck is collective noun.
My mom is the president of the Cheddar Cheese Association.
a) President is a collective noun. b) President is an abstract noun. c) President is object of the preposition. d) President is a subjective complement.
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