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?
Common proverbs are lines we say in order to summarize a bigger idea. A simple line like "Make love not war" contains, in 4 simple words, an entire ideology. Just like proverbs, so do people show only a bit of themselves that hints at the complex person inside.
Can You Complete These Tricky Proverbs?
English has so many proverbs, added through the centuries and decades of long-ago times. There are thousands of them, and although you may be hard pressed to recall many of them, you might surprise yourself at how many you RECOGNIZE! Good luck!
Can You Complete the Proverb?
While proverbs were invented quite a long time ago, we still use them every day. Did you learn your phrases at school or from your parents? Think you can complete these 12 English proverbs? We're rooting for ya!
Can You Complete All Proverbs Correctly?
English is chock-full of great proverbs that have been gathered over centuries to represent folksy wisdom. We teach them to our children as they will do to theirs. Can you complete the second half of these 15 proverbs?
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."
Can Your English Survive This Quiz?
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.
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.
Can You Answer All 21 English Questions?
It's time for our weekly grammar test, and we've got a great one for you today. 21 fun and tricky English questions about grammar, spelling and sentence structure. This is a great test for you to practice your grammar skills on! What does the word 'Compelled' mean?
A Tricky English Vocabulary Quiz!
Certain students say that they chose to study English at a post-secondary level, because they felt that it was an 'easier' option than many other subjects. Little did they know, that many sections of the exam are extremely challenging, especially for a student who decides to take it lightly.
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...
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.
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?
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.
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!
Can You Define These Tricky English Words?
Do you love English? Do you love learning new words, even if they aren't really in use anymore? Then you've found the right quiz! Prepare to be tested on your advanced English because most of these words are little known, and you need to figure out what they mean!
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!
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.
Do You Know These Words and Phrases In Old English?
If so, you might consider yourself an expert of Old English, though, technically speaking, this era in the development of the English language is formally called Early Modern or Shakespearean English.
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!
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.
From Latin to English - Can You Do It?
It has loaned words and phrases to many other languages, including French, Spanish, English and many others. Will the similarity to other languages help you figure out what these Latin phrases would look like in English? Let's find out!
Can Your English Vocabulary Reveal Where You’re From?
English is one of the most widespread languages in the world, and so it's not surprising that the English Australians speak will be somewhat different from the English people speak in the United States, for example, though a native American English speaker would probably have no trouble understanding
Do You Speak Modern or an Older Form of English?