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Can You Fix The Grammar Mistakes Everyone Makes?

Do you think you have the grammar know how to fix the mistakes nearly everyone makes? It's time to find out! Take these quiz questions and find out if you can fix these common grammar mistakes with ease.
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Choose the correct sentence:
Its the most wonderful time of the year.
It's the most wonderful time of the year.
Neither is correct

Question 2/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
We were going to do that anyway.
We were going to do that anyways.
Neither is correct

Question 3/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
Mom and dad will stop by on their way home from work.
Mom and dad will stop by on there way home from work.
Neither is correct

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Jenny could of told us what she was planning.
Jenny could have told us what she was planning.
Neither is correct

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Choose the correct sentence:
There were alot of options.
There were a lot of options.
There were allot of options.

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Lisa was greatful for the opportunity.
Lisa was grateful for the opportunity.
Lisa was gratfull for the oppurtunity.

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Choose the correct sentence:
Its so hot outside!
It's so hot outside!
Neither is correct

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You've probably heard the phrase "i before e except after c"... but which of these words defies this rule?
Species
Science
Policies
All of them

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Choose the correct sentence:
I consulted an attorney whom I met in Miami.
I consulted an attorney who I met in Miami.
Neither are correct

Question 10/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
I should have spoken to Margaret sooner.
I should of spoken to Margaret sooner.
Neither is correct

Question 11/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
Bad weather can effect people's ability to work.
Bad whether can affect people's ability to work.
Neither are correct

Question 12/12

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What is the past tense of the word "lie" as in "lie down"?
Lay
Lied
Neither is correct

C+, Grammar Goof Up

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Uh-oh, this quiz was more of a grammar goof up than a correction! While you may know basic grammar principles, you got tripped up the way so many Americans do. Fret not, you gave this quiz your all and brushed up on your skills!

B+, Grammar Greatness

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Whoa, you've got some serious grammar greatness! It's obvious that you know grammar the way only a true language buff can. You're keen on tense, usage, and spelling. There's no stumping you when it comes to proper grammar!

A+, Grammar Expert

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total grammar expert! Few people in the world know grammar as well as you! It's obvious that you're a total grammar buff with a deep love of language and usage. You're typically the one sending grammatically perfect text messages and correcting others.
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1
Choose the correct sentence:
Its the most wonderful time of the year.
It's the most wonderful time of the year.
Neither is correct
2
Choose the correct sentence:
We were going to do that anyway.
We were going to do that anyways.
Neither is correct
3
Choose the correct sentence:
Mom and dad will stop by on their way home from work.
Mom and dad will stop by on there way home from work.
Neither is correct
4
Choose the correct sentence:
Jenny could of told us what she was planning.
Jenny could have told us what she was planning.
Neither is correct
5
Choose the correct sentence:
There were alot of options.
There were a lot of options.
There were allot of options.
6
Choose the correct sentence:
Lisa was greatful for the opportunity.
Lisa was grateful for the opportunity.
Lisa was gratfull for the oppurtunity.
7
Choose the correct sentence:
Its so hot outside!
It's so hot outside!
Neither is correct
8
You've probably heard the phrase "i before e except after c"... but which of these words defies this rule?
Species
Science
Policies
All of them
9
Choose the correct sentence:
I consulted an attorney whom I met in Miami.
I consulted an attorney who I met in Miami.
Neither are correct
10
Choose the correct sentence:
I should have spoken to Margaret sooner.
I should of spoken to Margaret sooner.
Neither is correct
11
Choose the correct sentence:
Bad weather can effect people's ability to work.
Bad whether can affect people's ability to work.
Neither are correct
12
What is the past tense of the word "lie" as in "lie down"?
Lay
Lied
Neither is correct

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