Tell Apart These Easily Confused Words
Only the most well read and self educated manage to tell apart these confusing words and know which words to use in which context, so the real question is, are among the best? Find out by completing each of the following stories with the fitting word. Fill the gap with the word that fits the most.
Can You Unscramble These Words For Us?
We just need to know what they are describing, so to answer correctly, just choose the meaning of the scrambled word. What does this word describe? ARBEGD The word is... BADGER! Animal City River Car Brand What do these words describe? NWE AALZEDN The word is... NEW ZEALAND!
Are You Constantly Misusing These Words?
Let's see how well you can do on our test of our language's most misused and misunderstood words. He_____ over the map, looking for the destination. He pored over the map, looking for the destination. pored poured poored When the _____ struck the trees, the entire forest was set ablaze.
Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words?
This fun quiz tests your knowledge of those words that often confuse everyone with their tricky spelling. See whether you need to hit the books, or whether you should be writing them instead. Challenge your friends to see who is the spelling master. depositphotos.com He made an mistake.
Can You Spell These 12 Tricky Words?
Read the definitions of the words in the photos and choose the correct spelling for that word. Sounds simple? It may not be... Think well on your choices and don't be rash! Read the description above and choose the properly spelled word.
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
Some words don’t mean what they used to, so much so that it can be difficult to guess what a certain word signified when it first appeared in the language.
Which English Word Should You Use?
"Alot" is not a word. A lot Alot What do you see? Three deer. Three deers Three deer Fill in the blank: Look over ! _____ dog won't stop biting people. _____ very bad pet owners. Look over there ! Their dog won't stop biting people. They're very bad pet owners.
We Give You the Meaning, You Give Us the Word
Then set your eyes and your language centers on the following dozen questions, where we give you the MEANING of the word we want you to find, and it is up to you to choose the word that fits that definition. Choose the word corresponding to the meaning in the photo above.
Tease Apart 15 Confusing English Words with This Fun Quiz
In fact, entire lists of commonly confused English words exist, and those were created for a reason, as many people do, in fact, find it difficult to know which of the two or even three words to use in which sentence. Are you among those people?
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 Know These Words and Phrases In Old English?
What does the word "steed" mean? Horse Noble Knight When addressing nobility, which of these terms should you use? Master Lord Duke What pronoun would you use instead of “your” to say “I adore your accent” in Shakespearean English? Thy Thee Thine Who’s a husbandman?
Which Word Is the Odd One Out?
Share Result 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Share Quiz Facebook WhatsApp Show My Mistakes Try Again Next Quiz Scoreboard Which Word Is the Odd One Out? This 'odd one out' quiz will test your powers of logic, reasoning and deduction to the fullest... Good luck!
Can You Help Us Spell These Annoying Words?
We've got a bunch of sentences but we're not sure how to complete them with the correctly spelled word. Can you please help us by choosing the correctly spelled word to complete each sentence? It would be mighty kind of you.
Can You Define These Tricky English Words?
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! What is the meaning of the word: "Facetious"?
Spelling Bee: 21 Challenging Words to Spell!
This word means babbling in a way that makes no sense to the listener. Gobbledegook Gobbledeguk Gombelidook Gobbliggook This religion is fairly new, modern and has Tom Cruise as one of its leading members.
Do These Words Actually EXIST?
In this English quiz, we will show you strange and rare words. You must decide if these words really DO exist. Kerfuffle means a commotion or fuss. This is a real word This is a made-up word Broonaut is a Dutch dessert made of nuts and figs.
Choose the Correct Version of the Word!
Bring your A, B and C game because we have 16 confusing words for you to spell!
Can You Guess What These Fancy English Words Mean?
What does this fancy word mean? the rhythm of language a military hat a kind of slow dance What does this fancy word mean? foul discharge overly-lengthy explanations flour What does this fancy word mean? rare items spiritual equipment sexy lingerie What does this fancy word mean?
Where Did These English Words Come From?
From what language does this English word originate from? From the Latin word for Belly. Latin Old French Germanic Hindi From what language does this English word originate from? From the Hindi word 'Chita' - Variegated (exhibiting different colors).
Can You Pick the Right Definition For These Words?
Prove it by correctly choosing the definition for each of these English words.
Can You Guess Which US President Said Which Great Words?
Which US president said these famous words? John F. Kennedy Ronald Reagan Woodrow Wilson Which US president said these famous words? Richard Nixon Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant Which US president said these famous words? Bill Clinton George W.
Can You Help Us Define These Weird Words?
Which of these words is a synonym for the word "Epitome"?
Can You Ace Our Foreign Words Test?
You don't need to be a world traveler to pick up a smattering of common foreign words. After all, many such words and phrases even find their way to popular English use, such as Bon App?tit. The following quiz will test how many common words and phrases you may have picked up along the way.
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.