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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.

  • Q2

    Which sentence has a noun as a direct object?

    Sienna shared the pizza.

  • 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.

  • 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.


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