Think You've Got a Good Level of English? Find Out Here
Good luck! A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C The Comma Crybaby Oh no! Unfortunately, it seems you don't quite have what it takes to pass our tricky comma quiz.
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.
Are You Good At Phrases? Find Out In This Quiz
This interesting phrase could be at least 1000 years old, going right back to Old English. Scholars believe the tide is not in fact a reference to the ocean tide, but simply refers to time, as can still be seen in the phrases ‘Yule Tide’ and ‘Good tidings’.
Can You Answer All 21 English Questions?
If not, how about looking at your mistakes below to learn from them for our next English quiz? Share Result You've Got Some Grammar Chops! Congrats! You got half to about 3/4 of the test correct.
Tease Apart 15 Confusing English Words with This Fun Quiz
English spelling can be really chaotic and confusing, as some words are just too alike. Take ‘gaff’ and ‘gaffe’, which are pronounced the same, but the former is a type of weapon, whereas the latter is a social misstep, a faux pas, if you will.
A Tricky English Vocabulary Quiz!
Share Result Average Result Pretty good! While you didn't quite pass with flying colors, you got enough answers correct to get you enough marks to pass.
Can You Complete the English Proverb?
In this quiz, we'd like to challenge you to finish these 17 old English proverbs. Can you do it?
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.
Complete These Tricky English Words
So bring your vocabulary as well as your spelling skills, and good luck! Complete the word by choosing the correct answer. -tionnaire -tionaire -tionuaire -tionninair Complete the word by choosing the correct answer.
Take Our General English Quiz!
This General English quiz will use 15 questions to challenge you on your Vocabulary, Spelling and of course Grammar. Are you feeling confident about your English skills today? Then let's have a go at it! Complete the sentence as correctly as possible.
Which Era of English Influenced You?
Much of what we say is heavily influenced by other eras of English, such as Shakespearean or Colonial times. Take our quiz and pick the words that most come to mind, you may be surprised by what era of English you use the most! The study of the human body is also known as the study of the human...
Where Did These English Words Come From?
Latin Old French Germanic Greek From what language does this English word originate from? From the Sanskrit word 'Jangala' - uncultivated land. Hebrew Germanic Sanskrit Latin From what language does this English word originate from?
How Good is Your Vision?
Good luck! What is the arrow pointing at? A Wheel Chair A Segway A Bag A person sitting on the floor From top left to bottom right, what numbers are appearing in the colored circles?
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."
How Good Are You in the Kitchen? Find Out Here...
What makes a good substitute? Vegetable oil Milk Sugar How many tablespoons are in a cup? 4 8 16 12 What's the difference between a convection oven and a conventional oven? A convection oven uses a fan. A convection oven has a broiler setting. A convection oven uses microwaves to cook food.
Do You Know Enough English For This Quiz?
This English quiz proved a bit too much for you. Perhaps you know the truth but not the terms or perhaps you need a bit of a refresh on your English. We recommend to read more books and test yourself with our other English quizzes. Share Result Not Bad!
How Much Do You Know About English?
The word I is one of the oldest words in the English language, and has changed very little if at all. Money I White Father The most commonly used adjective in the English language is . Good Bad Beautiful Big The sentence above is a famous example of a pangram. Which words are missing?
Improve Your English with This Brilliant Homonyms Test
If you like this test, don't forget to share it with your friends and family, and discover who's got the best level of English amongst all of you!
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.
Can You Complete These Common English Sayings?
Think you're a master of the English language? If so, then completing these common English sayings and expressions should be a walk in the park for you, despite the fact that only 20% of American adults can get them all right!
How Good Is Your WWII Knowledge?
Nuremberg Bonn Hamburg Dresden Unlucky Share Result Good Share Result Excellent Share Result 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Share Quiz Facebook WhatsApp Show My Mistakes Try Again Next Quiz Scoreboard How Good Is Your WWII Knowledge? A most fascinating and challenging World War II quiz.
The Weird Words of the English Language Quiz
You might feel that you're the king or queen of the English language when using common words or phrases, but how well do you think you'd do when trying to decipher some of the strangest words and phrases that this fabulous language has to offer?
Do You Really Know These Common Phrases In English?
Having good grammar and spelling is not enough to be a proficient and eloquent English speaker, and knowing common phrases and idioms is arguably as important of a skill as any, and a sign of true mastery of any language.
What Was Considered Good Health in 1917?
Baked beans, lettuce or celery with nuts, cottage cheese with whole wheat bread Two lightly cooked eggs, a slice of cheese, a corn muffin, 1/2 a cantaloupe A poached egg, baked potato, cream soup, berries A bowl of milk with boiled rice Bad Share Result Average Share Result Good Share Result 1 2 3 4