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 Ready to check your English? Hope you've been doing some reading, as this quiz will confound you with all sorts of fun English challenges...
 
 
Marcy is the mother of the child but __________ the father?
Whos
Whose
Who's
Both Whose and who's are correct.
 
 
Which of these sentences uses the word "Juxtaposition" in the right way?
Juxtaposition is the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.
The juxtaposition of the contrasting colors made the artwork stand out from the rest.
The juxtaposition was immediately conquered by the enemy.
I Juxtapositioned the computer to create my new app.
Juxtapositioned, the man walked tall in his new suit.
 
 
Define the word "Extrapolate"
To reach a final conclusion that cannot be expanded
When the data of a graph exceeds the space available for it
A piece of evidence that cannot be countered
Predicting the future based on known information
 
 
Add a comma to this sentence: At the time I wasn't sure why he came to visit.
After "time"
After "agreed"
After "wondering"
After "why"
 
 
Fill in the blank: My team always plays ______ in local games.
Good
Well
Both are correct
Neither is correct
 
 
Can you define the word "Dichotomy"?
The study of contradictions
The void between two cliffs
A ringing in both ears
The difference between two opposites
 
 
Which of these sentences about my friend Jenny is correct?
Jenny and me worked at an insurance company together
I and Jenny share a birthday
Jenny and I went on a trip together
Me and Jenny shared a pizza
 
 
What does the word "Quintessential" mean?
A part of a whole that the whole cannot exist without
An inspiration from above
The most perfect example of something
Something that is superfluous
 
 
Which of these sentences uses "Cerulean" correctly?
Cerulean is another word for "blue".
His cerulean gaze remained unblinking
The cerulean man never needs to learn manners
He ate so many ceruleans he gained 20 pounds in one day
The cerulean style of his house reminded people of ancient Rome
 
 
Fill in the blank: The new house I moved to is __________ from my family than I'd like.
Further
Far
Farther
All answers are correct
 
 
"I truly despise you." - How many pronouns are in this sentence?
2
1
3
0
 
 
Add a comma to this sentence to correct it. But where? "Time to go everyone!"
After "go"
After "time"
After "to"
None are actually needed
It's Not Your Day...
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