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.
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.
What Did This USED To Be Called?
What did they used to call shoes that went over your regular shoes to protect from the rain? Galoshes Splashers Shallowers Deepshoes What is an old name for poison? Bane Pimpim Virgin-oil Slapdash An old name for a dagger that is used for stabbing.
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.
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.
Help Us Complete These Sentences!
This English quiz requires you to complete sentences with the utmost care to make sure they are correct. However, this isn't just a spelling issue; you will need to think of grammar, spelling, and a bit of your own vocabulary to beat THIS English quiz!
Can Your English Survive This Quiz?
Vangance Vangeance Vengeance Vengaence Vengence Fill in the blank: On Twitter, one only have 280 characters or to use for each message. Less More Greater Fewer Lower Many Which of these words means "A process to be followed in calculation."?
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?
Can You Unscramble These Words For Us?
Make the best use of your time and pick the correct unscrambled word! LET'S GO!
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?
Why not play online or try some of our other English quizzes to practice and get better? Also, have a look at the answers and where you went wrong by clicking on 'show answers'. Share Result You're a Good Scrabbler! You must be pretty good at scrabble!
Do You Know Enough English For This Quiz?
A figure of speech that is used to make a comparison between two things that aren't alike but do have something in common. Language used for interrogation purposes Choose the best answer. Examples: Coherence, malevolence, adolescence -ence -ator -ens -ist Choose the best answer.
How Much Do You Know About English?
English is classified as a language. In fact, eighty of the hundred most used words in English are of Germanic origin. Latin Semitic Romantic Germanic What is the most commonly used letter in the English language? In fact, as many as one in eight of all the letters written in English is ‘e’.
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.
Complete These Tricky English Words
Unfortunately, this quiz didn't go so well for you, perhaps you're not used to thinking of words as separate pieces or fragments. However, this is a wonderful exercise for the mind and your language centers, so why not give it another shot? Share Result Not Too Shabby! Not bad at all!
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.
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!
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?
Can You Help Us Define These Weird Words?
That's all fine and dandy, since we hardly use any of these words anymore in common English, so it's not like you're missing out on something you're supposed to be using. That said, English is a joy to learn, and knowing more words and expanding your vocabulary is never a bad thing.
Can You Help Us Spell These Annoying Words?
Can you please help us by choosing the correctly spelled word to complete each sentence? It would be mighty kind of you. Hearing someone walking behind her, Esmeralda felt an illogical wave of wash over her. Paranoia Paranoya Paranuya Parhanoia Since early , his friends always teased him.
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!
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
Since English is an extremely ancient and multicultural language, there are so many words in the English vocabulary that changed their meaning in the course of history. Do you dare try to guess what the following 14 English words originally meant? Fair warning, it’s a challenging one.
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.