Grammar The Great Gatsby

Question 1:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

We had traveled no more than twenty miles when it became apparent that our supply of gasoline would not be sufficient enough for the trip to New York.

Question 2:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

The Great Gatsby is now considered a classic novel set in America’s Jazz Age, but in 1925 its reviews would be mixed and its sales would have been disappointing.

Question 3:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

Should you have any trouble identifying the house, just remember when it has a big brass knocker on the door.

Question 4:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

When I asked Tom if he could give my friend and I a ride to the city on Friday evening, he replied that he would be able to.

Question 5:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

Quick to take advantage of Gatsby’s preoccupation in his family background, Tom proposed investigating that background.

Question 6:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

On the shore of Long Island’s West Egg beach, the solitude of the beach is awesome, intense, and it can be exhilarating.

Question 7:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

She was concerned about how Nick would react to the incident, but in searching his face, he did not seem to be at all embarrassed or troubled.

Question 8:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

Curiosity about other people, about the ways they think and act, has caused Nick to meet some fascinating characters as well as people which also really bore him.

Question 9:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is a novel in which the main character becomes so obsessed with the idea of becoming a gentleman that his moral judgment is temporarily affected.

Question 10:

Find the error or fix the mistake. In the fix the mistake questions, pick choice A if sentence is fine as is.

At the party were the chattering guests, the fancy food, and the lively music that have become characteristic of many Gatsby celebrations.