Would Rather Question Form Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. Wouldn't any one of us rather be abused than cajoled? (any one of us/not/passive/abuse)
  • 2. Would you rather have me fettered to your wrist by a nice, neat little chain with your monogram on it and a jeweled pad-lock? (you/have)
  • 3. Would she rather have it than her husband's diffuse heat, than his blind, hot youth? (she/have)
  • 4. So, ask the traveled inhabitant of any nation, ? (in what country on earth/you/live)
  • 5. an elephant killed you or a gorilla? (you)
  • 6. me dead than not married to Mary? (you/see)
  • 7. alive or dead? (you/be)
  • 8. ? (which one of these/you/have)
  • 9. tragic? (your Majesty/not/say)
  • 10. at honest manual labor than be supported by a rich father-in-law? (he/toil)
  • 11. me now, or wait till later on? (you/tell)
  • 12. than the Pope's? (what toe/you/kiss)
  • 13. on the water? (they/go out)
  • 14. of me as living the life I could be happy in-being famous, perhaps, even, some day-than dragging out my days in a school or slaving at a profession I can never care for? (you/not/think)
  • 15. mother dead and me a cripple, in the Confederacy, than both well, out of it? (he/have)
  • 16. to be than Epaminondas, or of the Romans than Fabricius? (who of the BÅ“otians/you/prefer)
  • 17. to my house and live there all the time until your mother is better? (you/not/come)
  • 18. than beg? (you/not/die)
  • 19. to an infamous punishment again, and perhaps worse tortures? (you/submit)
  • 20. me descend to Hades with a loud squeak, or shall a headless spectre arise, grinning and-beg pardon! (you/have)


Online Would Rather Interrogative Form Activities

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