Hey Grammar, We're Not Afraid of You!

 English grammar may not be as intimidating as Chinese or German grammar, but it is still not for the weak of skill. One must understand the functionality of a sentence, its various parts and how they relate to each other. Do YOU have what it takes to defeat this grammar test? Show us!
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
Whose
Who are
Who's
 
 
How would you repair this sentence?
The cats dish was full of bone's.
The cat's dish was full of bones.
The cats' dish was full of bone's.
The cats dish was full of bones.
 
 
What is incorrect about this sentence?
Needs an apostrophe between 'mother' and the 'S' and also take off the apostrophe after 'his'
Needs an apostrophe after 'mothers', and take off the one after 'his'
Doesn't need any apostrophes at all
Nothing is incorrect about the sentence
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
is
are
am
have
 
 
Choose the correct form of this sentence
"When I was eight years old, my father gave me a pony for Christmas."
"When I was eight years old my father gave me a pony for Christmas."
"At eight, my father gave me a pony for Christmas."
"When I got a pony from my father I was 8 years old."
 
 
What is wrong with this sentence?
Commas indicate a place to pause and yes, they ARE allowed before the word 'AND'
A comma is needed
It should be two sentences
Jim's name should be in the end
'and' should be changed to 'but'
 
 
Choose the correct form of this sentence.
The dad was happy when he found the boy.
The dad found the boy, and they were happy.
The boy was found by the dad, and was happy.
The boy, found by the dad was happy.
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
their
his
the
with
 
 
Is this sentence correct?
Yes
No, because it ends with a preposition
No, because it needs a comma
No, because it needs a name for the subject
 
 
Choose the correct form of this sentence.
Sharon stayed home from school the other day because she was sick.
Sharon stayed home from school the other day. Because she was sick.
The other day, Sharon, stayed home from school. She was sick.
Sharon stayed home from school, the other day because, she was sick.
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
Whether
Weather
Either
Neither
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
further
farther
longer
shorter
Perhaps You Should Consider Trying Again
Shame, that's a low score. This means you may have a small problem with grammar and it may be time to brush up on your basic English skills. Take a look at the answers to see what we mean.
You Did Well!
You probably read quite a bit, and if not perhaps love the English language, because your score is quite good! You have identified most of the phrases correctly, and that means you probably do NOT need to practice your grammar. However, have a look at the answers to see where we lead you astray.
Grammar Power!
Wow, you really mastered this quiz! You probably have a really good English vocabulary, a great memory and an eye for correct spellings. Your level of English is really high, and you can probably speak like a native or ARE a native English speaker.
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