A noun quiz will test the student's understanding of nouns and their function in the context of a sentence. Two different levels of the quiz are provided below to be used according to the level of the students being tested.
This first noun quiz will be for students beginning to learn about nouns. Focusing more on the basics of nouns and how to use them, this quiz will cover the fact that a noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. It will also cover the difference between common nouns and proper nouns. Included in the quiz at the top is a study sheet with several key points or facts about nouns, what they are, and how they are used.
The quiz itself, which you can download as a PDF document below, consists of two parts. In Part A, students are asked to circle all the nouns in 10 sentences. In Part B, students are asked to underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns across 10 sentences.
Here are the answers to the noun quiz questions posed in the level A noun test.
In the Level B noun test, students can expect to be quizzed on additional noun forms, including proper nouns, collective nouns, uncountable nouns, countable nouns, abstract nouns, and concrete nouns. Like the Level A noun test, the Level B test also contains a study sheet at the top with important information about the different noun forms. Download the PDF by clicking on the image below.
The answers to the questions in the Level B noun quiz are provided here for your reference.
After tackling the two sets of noun quizzes provided above, students may want to try their hand at some additional practice with this vital part of speech. Select from a huge variety of plural noun worksheets at different levels of skill, or try some collective noun worksheets for practicing this sometimes confusing variation too. Practice makes perfect!