Quiz: Fill In The "Five W" Blanks

Difficulty Level: ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆


Fill in the blanks with the correct Interrogative pronoun. You choices include: who, what, when, where, why, how, and which.


Quiz:

  • 1.) Have you two decided _____ you will go for your honeymoon?
  • 2.) Excuse me, _____ much do I have to purchase to receive a bulk discount?
  • 3.) _____ is the best method to book an all-inclusive trip to Japan?
  • 4.) _____ didn't you attend the company party last weekend? The catering was fantastic!
  • 5.) ______ one of your cousins is tying the knot?
  • 6.) I'm starving. _____ did you have in mind for dinner?
  • 7.) I was worried sick. ____ didn't you call to let me know you were alright?
  • 8.) _____ are you liking your new job?
  • 9.) _____ color sweater should I buy for Dan?
  • 10.) ______ restaurant did you go to for dinner last night?
  • 11.) _____ long was the drive to Seoul and _____ drove?
  • 12.) ____ should we buy her for her birthday? And ___ much are you willing to spend?
  • 13.) _____ will be attending the 6:00pm conference?
  • 14.) _____ will the conference be held?
  • 15.) _____ one of you ate my cake?
  • 16.) _____ ate my cake?
  • 17.) I need to purchase a new computer but I am not sure ______ to buy one or ____ kind of computer specifications I need.
  • 18.) _____ would you describe your work ethic?
  • 19.) Excuse me, can you help me I'm lost. _____ way to the bus station?
  • 20.) Thank you for completing the quiz. ____ about we start another lesson?



Match:

Match the words from column 1 with the best-suited answer from column 2.


Column 1 Column 2
1.) honeymoon a.) including everything
2.) bulk b.) meeting
3.) all-inclusive c.) getting married
4.) catering d.) newlywed vacation
5.) tying the knot e.) a large amount / wholesale
6.) conference f.) provide food service at a remote site
7.) specifications g.) how someone works
8.) work-ethic h.) precise description



Vocabulary:

  • honeymoon: A romantic vacation for newlyweds. "We spent our honeymoon in Paris. It was splendid."
  • bulk: When you buy something in large amounts. "The manager buys all of the restaurant supplies in bulk to lower costs."
  • all-inclusive: When everything is included in the price. "The all-inclusive trip to Paris includes flight, hotel, food, and drinks."
  • catering: A company that provides food and drinks for special events like weddings or exhibitions. "The catering at Dan's wedding was fabulous. The food was fresh and delicious."
  • "tying the knot": Slang for getting married. "We will tie the knot this Spring."
  • conference: A large scale meeting. "The conference has been postponed until later this month due to unforeseen circumstances."
  • specifications: A detailed list describing the components. "I have to purchase a computer with high specifications."
  • work-ethic: Someone who works hard and is dependable. "Even though he is inexperienced I would hire him. I know from his past employer that he has a good work ethic."

Daily Expressions, Phrasal Verbs & Idioms:

1.) "turn of events": This means the situation has changed. It is also usually associated with a negative change.

The wedding has been cancelled due to a turn of events.




 a collage of pictures related to South Korea.