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6th Grade Noun Quiz

Quiz by Claire Dooley

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  • Q1

    Which sentence has a noun as a subject complement?

    Dante digs holes in the yard.

    Dante is a dog.

    Dante is old.

    The other dogs growled when they heard him.

    30s
  • Q2

    Which sentence has a noun as a direct object?

    Sienna shared the pizza.

    30s
  • Q3

    Which sentence has only concrete nouns?

    Joe consumed all ten burritos.

    Some claim that studying is the way to all knowledge.

    Dragons dislike water and mud.

    The ocean was glorious.

    30s
  • Q4

    Which sentence has an abstract noun?

    The store had some winter coats.

    The school had very small classrooms.

    He had hope that things would be okay.

    There was a black dog in the park.

    30s

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