Quiz: The High Score On This Grammar Quiz Is 89%. Think You Can Beat That?

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Are you grammatically correct?

Being grammatically correct all of the time can be a little challenging! Do you have what it takes to remain completely error free?

 Jun 12, 2020

1 of 18Pick an answer!

Lily told them to pick up ________ trash on the beachside but they refused.
Their
They're
There

2 of 18Pick an answer!

Periods, commas, semicolons, and apostrophes are all examples of what?
Inversions
Hyphens
Punctuation

3 of 18Pick an answer!

Question marks are used to express inquiry while exclamation points are used to express ___________.
Excitement
Boredom
Neutrality

4 of 18Pick an answer!

Madeline is way ____ picky about who she dates because she never wants to settle.
Two
To
Too

5 of 18Pick an answer!

What do you add to a verb to make it past tense?
"ing"
"er"
"ed"

6 of 18Pick an answer!

True or false: The first letter in a sentence is NOT meant to be capitalized.
False
True

7 of 18Pick an answer!

What is a noun?
A person, place, or thing
A descriptive word
An action

8 of 18Pick an answer!

What is the purpose of a comma?
Indication of the beginning of a sentence
Indication of a pause within a sentence
Indication of the ending of a sentence

9 of 18Pick an answer!

The word "Prickly" is an example of what?
Adjective
Pronoun
Verb

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The word "Chew" is an example of what?
Noun
Preposition
Verb

11 of 18Pick an answer!

The words "And", "Or", and "But" are all considered what?
Conjunctions
Illocutions
Variations

12 of 18Pick an answer!

Are you sure _______ okay Mindy? You look a bit pale!
Your
You're

13 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these is the proper spelling: Definitley, Definitely, Definetely?
Definitley
Definetely
Definitely

14 of 18Pick an answer!

True or false: Commas are needed when listing three or more items in a sentence.
False
True

15 of 18Pick an answer!

I'd really love to stay _____ I have to be up early tomorrow so I should probably head home!
But
Or
And

16 of 18Pick an answer!

He did not know ______ to go after the accident so he hid in the crowd.
Wear
Ware
Where

17 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these is the proper spelling: Amateur, Amatuer, Amature?
Amateur
Amatuer
Amature

18 of 18Pick an answer!

True or false: The use of "ing" is for Present Progressive Tense.
False
True
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

There is a huge difference between "they're", "their", and "there", but unfortunately, not everyone realizes that! This is one of the most commonly misused words in the entire English language. English teachers and professors try to stress the fact that knowing about grammatical data is important but in school, some students choose to slack off. Then there are other students, like you, who chose to pay attention during school and grasp onto all of this wonderful knowledge! "They're" means they are but it is combined together to make a shorter word! "Their" is used for possession and "there" is used for locations! Being able to understand that type of information is very important! Grammar is much more than just knowing which word is spelled correctly for the message you are trying to convey-- it is also about punctuation, verbs, adjectives, conjunctions, and more! These are the things we begin to pick up from our teachers as young students with spongy brains! We continue to pick up this information as get older and continue communicating with one another in our beautiful English language. English is a tough language to fully grasp because some of the concepts are so confusing and crazy! But just because the concepts can be tough, it doesn't mean they are impossible! Sometimes the things that feel the most impossible are the ones we end up loving the most! Grammar is a big deal for people when reading and writing comes into play so try this quiz out to test your skills and knowledge!