'Word order' Quiz

This is a advanced-level quiz containing 10 multichoice questions from our 'general' quiz category. Simply answer all questions and press the 'Grade Me' button to see your score. This exercise is also available as a printable worksheet.

Word order

Exercise Instructions: Which is more natural?

Q1 - Rarely
Q2 - Yesterday
Q3 - Where
Q4 - Always
Q5 - Never
Q6 - Same
Q7 - Seldom
Q8 - Just
Q9 - Only
Q10 - Yet

Printable Worksheet

Instructions: Which is more natural?

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Q1 - Rarely
 
Rarely I have done it.
 
I have rarely done it
Q2 - Yesterday
 
I yesterday saw them.
 
I saw them yesterday .
Q3 - Where
 
I don't know where they are.
 
I don't know where are they.
Q4 - Always
 
He has always done his best.
 
He has done always his best.
Q5 - Never
 
I never have said that.
 
Never have I said that.
Q6 - Same
 
We heard the same thing all night.
 
We heard all night the same thing.
Q7 - Seldom
 
I have done seldom it.
 
I have done it seldom.
Q8 - Just
 
I have managed to finish it in just time.
 
I have managed to finish it just in time.
Q9 - Only
 
It was only the thing that I did.
 
It was the only thing that I did.
Q10 - Yet
 
I have yet to finish.
 
I have to yet finish.

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