Quiz: Are You Sharp Enough To Spot All 22 Spelling & Grammar Mistakes?

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Are you really as smart as you think you are?

How well do you know English grammar, spelling, punctuation, syntax, verb conjugation, tense, synonyms, and more?

 May 25, 2017
1 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I'm going to lie down for a nap.
I'm going to ley down for a nap.
I'm going to lay down for a nap.
2 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
May I come with you?
May I come with you.
May I come with you!
3 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
There my favorite.
Their my favorite.
They're my favorite.
4 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Hows you're class going?
How's your class going?
How's you're class going?
5 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
That book iffected me greatly.
That book affected me greatly.
That book effected me greatly.
6 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Will you come over to see Bill and I?
Will you come over to see me and Bill?
Will you come over to see Bill and me?
7 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
This might pique your interest.
This might peek your interest.
This might peak your interest.
8 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Lose clothing will be better for this whether.
Loose clothing will be better for this wether.
Loose clothing will be better for this weather.
9 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Call me tomorrow, I'll have an answer for you by then.
Call me tomorrow; I'll have an answer for you by then.
Call me tomorrow) I'll have an answer for you by then.
10 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
How's your day going?
Hows' your day going?
Hows your day going?
11 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I like you alot.
I like you allot.
I like you a lot.
12 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I'm so gratefull for your help.
I'm so greatful for your help.
I'm so grateful for your help.
13 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I consulted an attorney whose I met in New York.
I consulted a lawyer whom I met in New York.
I consulted an attorney who I met in New York.
14 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I should of waited for you.
I shouldve waited for you.
I should've waited for you.
15 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Drinking too much caffeine can have negative effects.
Drinking too much caffeine can have negative iffects.
vDrinking too much caffeine can have negative affects.
16 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I axcept your apology.
I except your apology.
I accept your apology.
17 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Please go to the principal's office.
Please go to the princepal's office.
Please go to the principle's office.
18 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Thank you for the compliment.
Thank you for the complement.
Thank you for the complemint.
19 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I am taller then you.
I am taller than you.
I am taller thin you.
20 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
You are too kind.
You are two kind.
You are to kind.
21 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
I turned my test into the teacher.
I turned my test in to the teacher.
I turned my test in too the teacher.
22 of 22Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
It's cold outside.
Its cold outside
Its' cold outside
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