Is Your Grammar Correct?

 Grammar is the set of rules each language needs in order to exist. Without it, we wouldn't HAVE a language at all. Do you know your grammar well enough to pass this test? Only time, and your grammar skills, will tell.
 
 
What part of speech is the best fit for the word "five"?
Adjective
Adverb
Pronoun
Preposition
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
I studied more.
I had studied more.
I study more.
I had study more.
 
 
Answer the question.
Object and Verb
Subject and Verb
Subject and Object
Subject, Verb and Object
 
 
Pick the correct pair.
Homophones are words that are pronounced the same as other words but have a different spelling and meaning.
Blue and Blew
Silent and Listen
Childhood and Adulthood
Trash and Garbage
 
 
Answer the question.
Rainbows can be seen, which makes them concrete nouns.
Love
Rainbow
Fear
Democracy
 
 
Which word in the sentence above is the preposition?
: Prepositions begin a prepositional phrase and express time or spatial correlations. In the question referenced here, the preposition "in" tells us that the "preposition" is found "in this question," the prepositional phrase.
This
The
In
Can
 
 
What part of speech is the word "quite"?
Verb
Adjective
Adverb
Article
 
 
What part of speech is the word "but"?
Conjunctions link two clauses together. One clause was "Joanne wanted to go on the ride." The other clause was "She was just too scared." The word "but" linked the two phrases together to make one fluid sentence.
Conjunction
Contraction
Verb
Adverb
 
 
Complete the sentence correctly.
it will rain soon.
it would rain soon.
it rained soon.
it rains soon.
 
 
Fill in: "I" or "Me"
A lot of people have problems with this rule, but it's really pretty simple. "I" is a subject pronoun, which means that it's the subject of the sentence and comes at the beginning. "Me" is an object pronoun, which means that it's the object of the sentence and comes at the end.
I
Me
 
 
Fill in the blank with "I" or "me."
I
Me
 
 
Which word is the action (otherwise known as dynamic) verb in the sentences above?
Is
Pours
Bothersome
At
 
 
Which word is a preposition?
Prepositions are mainly used to show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and the rest of the sentence. Without them, it would be pretty hard to understand most sentences.
Difficult
Would
For
Her
 
 
Which word is used incorrectly in the above sentence?
The word "who's" is incorrect, because it's a contraction. It means "who is." The proper word to use would be "whose."
Who's
Supposed
Don't
Even
 
 
Which word is used incorrectly in the above sentence?
The word "nephews" is incorrect in this sentence because it needs an apostrophe to show ownership.
Away
Jack's
Nephews
Haven't
Still Needs Some 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.
Good Grammar!
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.
Superb Grammar!
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!
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