Quiz: Can You Get 10/15 On This 2 Minute Advanced Grammar Quiz?

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 Sep 26, 2017
1 of 15One of these sentences is incorrect!
Which one is it?
He went to camp.
He go to camp.
He goes to camp.
2 of 15Pick your answer!
Fill in the missing word: I worked.....a restaurant.
To
By
At
3 of 15Pick your answer!
What kind of word is "hair"?
Verb
Noun
Pronoun
4 of 15Pick your answer!
Fill in the missing word: The business....money each year.
Donates
Donate
Donated
5 of 15Pick your answer!
What is the plural of "squid"?
Squide
Squid
Squids
6 of 15Pick your answer!
Finish this sentence: Her marriage......their friendship.
Effected
Affected
7 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of these sentences would you use?
I is coming too!
I am coming too!
I am coming to!
8 of 15What is wrong with this sentence?
My Monday is better then yours.
The then should be than
Monday shouldn't have a capital letter
It's obnoxious
9 of 15Pick your answer!
Pick the correct sentence!
You should have skipped work.
They should of left earlier.
The dog's should have been let out.
10 of 15Why is this sentence incorrect?
We brought food at the store.
Brought should be bought
The preposition is incorrect
The verb doesn't agree
11 of 15Pick your answer!
What is the infinitive of the verb "rain"?
Rains
To rain
Raining
12 of 15Pick your answer!
Fill in the missing word: She exercises.....Tuesdays.
By
On
To
13 of 15Pick your answer!
What is the plural of "deer"?
Deers
Deer
Deeri
14 of 15Pick your answer!
Which of these sentences is correct?
The run a muck.
They run amuck.
They run amok.
15 of 15Pick your answer!
Fill in the missing word: I ate.....apple for lunch.
An
A
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