English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
Do you know your English sayings and proverbs? This quiz will test your knowledge of 21 different English proverbs. You will be given the first half and asked to complete it. Good luck! "When in Rome..." This phrase is believed to have been coined by st.
What English Proverb Should Be Your Motto?
Your choices, when you finish the quiz, will indicate what English proverb matches your life outlook the best. You discover that your business partner is stealing money from the company. What do you do?
English Quiz: Can You Guess Victorian Slang?
Apparently dog sellers were known liars Don't lie to me Don't give me charity Don't suck up to me Don't shout at me Try Again? You may want to try this test again, as it seems you didn't know many of these Victorian slang words and phrases. Then again, who does? Not many.
These Antonyms Are Driving Me Nuts!
This English challenge is all about the antonyms - and we REALLY need your help with these 15. You'll need a good vocabulary and a good head for English to succeed!
Improve Your English with This Brilliant Homonyms Test
Do you think that you've got what it takes to get 100% on this tricky English test? Apparently, only 2 out of 25 Americans manage to ace it, so if you want to make your country proud, then give it a go!
Can Your English Survive This Quiz?
Is your grammar good, your spelling strong, your memory robust? You'll need them all to ace this English quiz, armed to the teeth with questions about synonyms, confusing words and sentences to complete! Define the word "Noxious". Harmful, poisonous, unpleasant.
Can You Answer All 21 English Questions?
Smiling He asked me to marry him. I said no. I'm sure I would have regretted it if I . Had agreed Would have agreed Have agreed Agreed What is the singular, if there is one, of 'Lice'? Louse Lice Lise Licel Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
How's Your English Grammar?
How good is your knowledge of grammar terms and rules? Can you answer these questions to our satisfaction? Only one way to find out... In the sentence "Mike threw the football across the yard," what is the verb? Threw Football Mike Across What is the plural of ox?
Which English Word Should You Use?
Do YOU know which English word to use? If so then we invite you to give this language quiz a shot and see just how far your knowledge of the English language extends. Best of luck to you! What do you see? Many sheep. Many sheeps Many sheep Be careful not to _____ . Lose is correct.
Here Are 10 Brainteasers That Drove Me Insane...
If so, put on your thinking cap and give this quiz a shot. Remember, what doesn't drive you insane makes you smarter! When asked about her age, Aunt Tracey said she was 35 years old, not counting weekends. How old was she?
Can Your English Vocabulary Reveal Where You’re From?
an Australian English speaker in general.
Can You Complete the English Proverb?
If you're like me, you love old sayings and proverbs that are full of wisdom and clever wordplay. In this quiz, we'd like to challenge you to finish these 17 old English proverbs. Can you do it?
Care To Test Your Level of English Today?
English never rests, and neither should English quizzes! Let's face it, they're just so much fun, and quite a thrill to beat them! So, without further ado, here's a fun English quiz that will take some vocabulary skills to ace!
This Color Test Helped Me Understand My Mind Better!
Once you’ve got your result you’ll better understand how to improve your learning rate!
Think Your English Is Perfect? You'll Find Out Soon Enough
Your results show that it seems you're not completely confident with the most advanced aspects of the English language. But don't worry, since we've got you covered here at BabaMail!
Where Did These English Words Come From?
In this quiz, we're going to ask you to choose the language you believe the English word originated from. Are you ready to put your etymological knowledge to the test? From what language does this English word originate from? From the Latin word for Belly.
Define These English Words
Are you ready for a challenge to your vocabulary? Prepare your English lexicon so we can test it! Identify and explain the following 15 rare English words... Pick the correct definition of the word.
What Region of the US Does Your English Best Match?
People from outside the US cannot appreciate just how huge America is, and consequently, how different English sounds depending on where exactly in the States you’re from.
Which Era of English Influenced You?
You may be surprised to know that you speak many an ancient word in your everyday language. Much of what we say is heavily influenced by other eras of English, such as Shakespearean or Colonial times.
A Tricky English Vocabulary Quiz!
Unfortunately, it seems you don't quite have what it takes to pass your A Level English exam. But don't worry, since all you need to do is sit back and relax with a great collection of literary works, and we're sure you'll see a dramatic improvement in no time at all!
Is Your Grammar Correct?
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.
This Incredible Test Helped Me Finally Get My Ideal Body
A pair of relaxed-fit jeans fit me... Tight around my buttocks. Perfect around my buttocks. Loose around my buttocks. My shoulders are... Wider then my hips. About the same width as my hips. Narrower than my hips. My forearms look... Longer than average. Average. Shorter than average.
Can You Complete These 15 English Phrases?
English is an incredibly deep language with so many different sayings, proverbs and phrases. Do you know the common English phrases and proverbs used throughout the centuries? "Half a loaf is better than ." "Half a loaf is better than no loaf."
What Do You Remember of English?
How much do you remember from your high school days, sitting and listening to your teacher talk about similes, metaphors, famous works and expanding your vocabulary? This quiz is going to test you on exactly that. Is this sentence in active or passive voice?