The Weird Words of the English Language Quiz
What does this unusual noun mean? A sauce chef. A large wooden spoon. An extramarital affair. What does this unusual noun mean? Transforming into a werewolf. The study of light. The hatred of lies. What does this unusual noun mean? Copious but meaningless talk or writing. The sound a seagull makes.
Only Masters of English Know What These Old Words Mean...
What does this archaic noun mean? A horse A stool A sword What does this archaic noun mean? A thief A dairy maid A banker What does this archaic noun mean? A singer An optimist A violin What does this archaic adjective mean? Untreatable Urgent Furious What does this archaic noun mean?
Tell Apart These Easily Confused Words
"Breathe" is a verb, "breath" is a noun. Breath Breathe Fill the gap with the word that fits the most. The word "principal" can either be a noun, or an adjective. In the noun form, it denotes a person who is in charge of an organization (typically, a school).
How's Your English Grammar?
Onomatopoeia Similie Allegory Metaphor In grammar, what is the name of a word that modifies a noun? Adjective Adverb Verb Affix Which of these is an adverb? Meanwhile Mean Median Meantime What is the study of the grammatical structures of sentences?
Tease Apart 15 Confusing English Words with This Fun Quiz
'Every day' can be an adjective and a noun, whereas 'everyday' is just an adjective and it means that something is common, ordinary or routine. Every day Everyday Fill the gap with the word that fits the most. 'By' is a preposition denoting proximity to a location, belonging, method etc.
Only Grammar Geniuses Will Be Able to Ace This Quiz!
With a singular compound noun, you need to add ’s to show possession. ‘Parrots’ is a simple plural and requires no apostrophe. Do the Commander-in-Chief's parrots sing? Do the Commander-in-Chiefs parrots sing? Do the Commander-in-Chiefs's parrot's sing?
Is Your Grammar Correct?
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.
If Your Life Was a Poem, Which Would it Be?
Subject Verb Noun Adjective I can't Choose a Shakespearean character: Hamlet Romeo Viola (Twelfth Night) Queen Margaret (Henry VI; Richard III) The Raven Share Result Invictus Share Result Robert Frost Share Result Byron Share Result Dickinson Share Result Angelou Share Result Share Quiz & Embed Facebook
Try BabaMail’s Naughty or Nice Grammar Test
Pronoun Determiner Adjective Noun Which version of this sentence is grammatically correct and most efficient? I appreciated his baking the holiday cookies. I appreciated him for baking the holiday cookies. I appreciated him for he baked the holiday cookies. The original sentence is best.
Do You Know Enough English For This Quiz?
Adjective Noun Adverb Choose the best answer. Boy's Boys Boy The Boy Choose the best answer. Earth Sun Wisdom Soul Choose the best answer. Simile Analogy Metaphor None of them Not Great... This English quiz proved a bit too much for you.
I Feel the Need.. For Some Trivia!
Paris Los Angeles Japan Turkey What is the collective noun for a group of giraffes? A Tower A Top A Tall A Nape Sofia is the capital of which country? Belgium Bulgaria Estonia Lithuania canva.com Try Again... Everyone has blind spots, we know people with blind spots you could drive a wagon through!
A Conspiracy? A Murder? An Animal Plural Quiz!
You really know your collective animal nouns! You did get a few wrong, but who can expect you to know what a group of hedgehogs is called?
Which English Word Should You Use?
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. They Exactly! Smiling Travel What is the singular of "lice"? One louse, many lice. Lice Louse You're not to enter. Allowed. Aloud Allowed I _____ the test! Passed. Passed Past I just can't seem to get _____ to you! Through.
A Tom Swifty Punning Test!
To those of you unfamiliar with the concept of a Tom Swifty, it is a pun composed of a quote and a sentence with an adverb, a verb or sometimes a noun related to the quote in an amusing way, often playing with multiple meanings. For example: '"I need to sharpen my pencil." said Tom bluntly.'