Quiz: How Do You Actually Rank On This English Grammar Test?

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Test how well your English grammar is with this quiz that tests on subjects ranging from right punctuation to subject-verb agreements.

 Oct 12, 2017
1 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of these is the correct sentence?
I bought apples, oranges, and grapes.
I bought apples, oranges and, grapes.
I bought apples oranges and grapes.
2 of 15Pick your answer!
What spelling of "there" includes a contraction?
They're
There
Their
3 of 15Pick your answer!
Which sentence has the right subject-verb agreement?
One of them hates pineapples.
Seven of them is too much.
Two of them loves apples.
4 of 15Pick your answer!
An apostrophe can be used for what?
To show possession
To show plurality
To mark the adjective
5 of 15Pick your answer!
Which sentence is grammatically correct?
I had foughten with my sister.
I had fightened with my sister.
I had fought with my sister.
6 of 15Pick your answer!
A noun is considered to be a person, place, thing, or _______.
idea
description
verb
7 of 15Pick your answer!
What kind of a word is "carefully"?
Preposition
Noun
Adverb
8 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of the following is a conjunction?
Best
Sticky
And
9 of 15Pick your answer!
A colon is usually used to indicate what?
Verbs
Subjects
Lists
10 of 15Pick your answer!
Which sentence has a preposition?
She hated eating berries.
She went over the hill.
She ran ten miles.
11 of 15Pick your answer!
Which spelling of "its" indicates possession?
It s
It's
Its
12 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Who's turn is it this time?
Whos turn is it this time?
Whose turn is it this time?
13 of 15Pick your answer!
What is a semi-colon?
;
" "
=
14 of 15Pick your answer!
Book titles in articles should always be italicized or _________.
bolded
underlined
put in larger font
15 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of the following is equivalent to "you are"?
You're
Your
Yours
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