Quiz: Only 1 In 50 People Can Identify These 16 Grammar Mistakes. Can You?

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 Jul 21, 2018
1 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is not a proper term?
There
They're
Their
2 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is a metaphor?
She is as slow as a sloth
She dances like a violet.
She is a lone wolf.
3 of 16Find the object of the sentence!
"She threw the ball to the dog."
She
dog
ball
4 of 16Pick your answer!
"__________ your day going?"
Hows'
Hows
How's
5 of 16Pick the correct punctuation!
"Call me tomorrow_ I'll have an answer for you by then."
;
)
,
6 of 16Which is the subject?
"She is a quick thinker when it comes to babies."
She
Babies
Thinker
7 of 16What kind of a noun is this?
President Clinton
Proper
Round
Elective
8 of 16Pick 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 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
This might peek your interest.
This might pique your interest.
This might pheak your interest.
10 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Will you come over to see Bill and me?
Will you come over to see Bill and I ?
Will you come over to see me and Bill?
11 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
That book affected me grately.
That book effected me greatly.
That book affected me greatly.
12 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
How's you're class going?
Hows you're class going?
How's your class going?
13 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
Their my favorite.
There my favorite.
They're my favorite.
14 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
May I come with you.
May I come with you?
May I come with you!
15 of 16Pick 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.
16 of 16Pick your answer!
Which is the proper grammar?
It's cold outside.
Its cold outside
It cold outside
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