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Can This Grammar Quiz Jumpstart Your Brain?

Is your brain firing on all cylinders? It's time to find out! If your brain could use a jumpstart, let this quiz be jolt you need. Answer these 12 grammar related questions and discover just how well you're brain is really working today!
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Question 1/12

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Which of the following is correct?
The team plays good in decisive games.
The team plays well in decisive games.
Both are correct.

Question 2/12

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Which of the following is correct?
I haven't barely started to think about my exam.
I have barely started to think about my exam.
Both are correct

Question 3/12

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True or false: A comma marks a slight break between different parts of a sentence.
True
False

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A word, phrase, or clause that describes a noun or pronoun is known as a what?
Adverb
Adjective
Verb

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A word or phrase that links words, phrases, clauses, or sentences is known as a what?
Preposition
Conjunction
Modifier

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Which of these sentences is punctuated correctly?
Do you know where, the subway is?
Do you know where the subway is!
Do you know where the subway is?

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Which of the following is correct?
The candidate promised not to raise taxes when elected.
The candidate promised not to rise taxes when elected.
Both are correct.

Question 8/12

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Which of these words is spelled correctly?
Musicelly
Musicly
Musically

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A word denoting anything that can be named, usually an object, person, place, idea, or action is known as a what?
Verb
Noun
Adverb

Question 10/12

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The person, place, or thing about which something is said in a clause is the...
Narrator
Subject
Object

Question 11/12

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Which of these words is spelled correctly?
Bandiges
Bandages
Bandagges

Question 12/12

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A word or phrase denoting an action is a what?
Noun
Pronoun
Verb

C+, Grammar Goof Up

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Back in the day, you might have known your grammar basics well! But somewhere between grade school and adulthood, you lost your grammar magic. While this grammar quiz may not have jumpstarted your brain, it surely got you back on the grammar train!

B+, Grammar Golden

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're grammar golden! Not only did this grammar quiz jumpstart your brain, but it got you back in touch with a few basic rules of grammar. Is your brain firing on all cylinders? We think so!

A+, Grammar Ace

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Unlike many of your peers, you haven't forgotten your basic grammar principles or the lessons you were taught long ago! Despite the uprising of text speak, you know that grammar matters. Knowing these basic rules proved that your brain is already firing on all cylinders. Go you!
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1
Which of the following is correct?
The team plays good in decisive games.
The team plays well in decisive games.
Both are correct.
2
Which of the following is correct?
I haven't barely started to think about my exam.
I have barely started to think about my exam.
Both are correct
3
True or false: A comma marks a slight break between different parts of a sentence.
True
False
4
A word, phrase, or clause that describes a noun or pronoun is known as a what?
Adverb
Adjective
Verb
5
A word or phrase that links words, phrases, clauses, or sentences is known as a what?
Preposition
Conjunction
Modifier
6
Which of these sentences is punctuated correctly?
Do you know where, the subway is?
Do you know where the subway is!
Do you know where the subway is?
7
Which of the following is correct?
The candidate promised not to raise taxes when elected.
The candidate promised not to rise taxes when elected.
Both are correct.
8
Which of these words is spelled correctly?
Musicelly
Musicly
Musically
9
A word denoting anything that can be named, usually an object, person, place, idea, or action is known as a what?
Verb
Noun
Adverb
10
The person, place, or thing about which something is said in a clause is the...
Narrator
Subject
Object
11
Which of these words is spelled correctly?
Bandiges
Bandages
Bandagges
12
A word or phrase denoting an action is a what?
Noun
Pronoun
Verb

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