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Calling all English Lit majors, English as a second language students, and grammar nerds!
Do you know your subject-verb agreement? What about how to use contractions and apostrophes correctly? Think you know your subjunctive mood from your subordinate clause? Do you know the difference between there, their, and they’re?
We bet you can’t ace this test without cheating, using Grammarly or Spell Check, looking at a dictionary or thesaurus, or consulting your English teacher for help.
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