The cornerstone of any language is its grammar. Spelling is important, but most of us understand words without it. However even subtle changes to grammar can completely change the structure of a sentence. We'd like to challenge your grammar prowess today with this 17 question English grammar quiz. Think you have what it takes?
Neither one of us ______ capable of working this week.
Do you mind if I ______ until the rain stops?
The truck collided with a _____ vehicle.
What is the correct plural form of "Human"?
I feel sad for him, but his brother ______ care less.
What is the correct plural form of "Sheep"?
If she had offered wine, I would have wished to ______ some.
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Are you comfortable with the idea of my joining you?
Are you comfortable with the idea of me joining you?
What is the correct plural form of "Elf"?
Everything fell ______ the cracks.
Pick the best antonym for 'grimness':
A short introduction to a book is a _____.
Please hand the letter to Eric or ______.
Pick the best synonym for 'consonant':
The scandal revealed a conflict of interest ______ members of congress.
Your Grammar Needs Work
Unfortunately your grammar is not up to scratch. You need to review your grammar basics, review the mistakes you made here by looking below, and take some of our other grammar quizzes to prove to yourself you've improved. Grammar is the cornerstone of good English, so if you want to write and speak well, knowing your grammar is a must.
Your Grammar is Up to Code... Mostly.
You grammar is pretty good if not totally up to code. You have a good and strong grasp of basic grammar, but you've made quite a few mistakes. You still have time to try and retake the quiz, before looking at the answers below, so you can try again. Once you look at the results below and see the answers, you can also try one of our other grammar quizzes.
You Aced This Grammar Test!
Your grammar is close to perfect! Even if you made a mistake or two, your basics are incredibly strong, you have a great eye for what's right and wrong in a line of English, and have probably read a lot in life. Congratulations, you ACED this quiz!