Quiz: Two Truths And A Lie: Grammar Edition

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How much of a grammar nerd are you really?

Test your grammar knowledge with this educational spin on the classic party game; including questions about nouns, verbs, superlatives, and more!

 Mar 07, 2017
1 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these sentences is not grammatically correct, which one is it?
The two best things about the party was the music and the food.
The two best things about the party were the music and the food.
An important part of my life has been the people who stood beside me.
2 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these sentences is not grammatically correct, which one is it?
He tried to sneak out of the house, but his mother saw him leaving.
He tried to sneak out of the house his mother saw him leaving.
She ate the sushi, but she did not enjoy it.
3 of 10Two truths and a lie!
Choose the lie!
A noun is a word used to describe a person, place, or thing.
A noun is usually the subject or object of a sentence.
A noun describes an action.
4 of 10Two truths and a lie!
Choose the lie!
A conjunction and a preposition are the same thing
"And" and "but" are examples of conjunctions
A conjunction connects thoughts, ideas, and nouns
5 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these words is not a verb, which one is it?
Plane
Run
Jump
6 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these sentences is not grammatically correct, which one is it?
I don't know where their going.
They are right over there.
I know where they're going.
7 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these words is not a noun, which one is it?
Montana
The President
Cry
8 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these sentences is incomplete, which one is it?
I have a dog.
I took my dog for a walk.
Unless I have a dog.
9 of 10Two truths and a lie!
One of these sentences is not grammatically correct, which one is it?
Star Wars is a great movie; in fact, it's the best movie ever.
If I were you, I wouldn't keep driving on those tires.
I go to the store and I bought milk.
10 of 10Two truths and a lie!
Choose the lie!
The subject tells what or whom a sentence is about.
A predicate tells whom or what a sentence is about.
The predicate tells what the subject is or does.
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