What Region of the US Does Your English Best Match?
The differences are many, and they can boil down to word choice, pronunciation or in some cases, even having the same word meaning entirely different things! Try out our quiz, and see if we can guess where you’re from in the US. And if you’re not American, see which regional dialect you match best.
Which English Word Should You Use?
Pronunciation. Pronounciation Pronunciation We that your score will be accurate. Guarantee! Guarantee Garauntee Perhaps Next Time... Oh dear! It looks like your knowledge of the English language is not quite as up-to-date as we'd have liked it to be...
Can Your English Vocabulary Reveal Where You’re From?
The major differences between the 4 English accents we'll try to distinguish between today is in pronunciation, which is tricky to test, but also in vocabulary, spelling and even grammar.
Can You Choose the Right Spelling Each Time?
Pronunciation Pronounciation Which spelling is correct? Incumbant Incumbent Which spelling is correct? Transperant Transparent Which spelling is correct? Occurred Occured Which spelling is correct? Handkerchief Hankerchief Which spelling is correct? Dialate Dilate Which spelling is correct?
Do You Know These Words and Phrases In Old English?
If not, our congratulations, you’re definitely on an equal level to a language expert and know a lot about both the grammatical structure, the pronunciation and the word meaning of Shakespearean English. We bow to your knowledge (and, maybe, envy you just a little bit)!
Do You Get These Confusing Words Mixed Up?
A homophone is one of two or more words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings, spellings, or origins: for example, ‘new’, meaning recent or not old, and ‘knew’, the past tense form of to know, from knowledge.
Can You Answer All 21 English Questions?
Pronounciation Pronunciation Which of these words does not belong? Departer Emigrant Immigrant Which of these words does not belong? Disinterested Uninterested Impartial Intrinsic After our fight, we just _____ there in silence. Lay Laid Lied That's a Fail, Unfortunately...
Tell Apart These Easily Confused Words
When two words are very similar in terms of spelling, pronunciation or meaning, things can get really confusing, especially in a language with such a vast lexicon as English.