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Do You Really Have Excellent Grammar Skills?

You might think you have excellent grammar skills, but how great are your grammar skills really? Ready to put your knowledge to the test? Let's find out just how advanced you really are!
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Question 1/10

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Which is correct?
Its cold outside.
It's cold outside.
It cold outside.

Question 2/10

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Which is correct?
I'm going to lie down for a nap.
I'm going to lay down for a nap.
I'm going to laid down for a nap.

Question 3/10

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Which is correct?
Their my favorite.
They're my favorite.
There my favorite.

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Fill in the blank: Mike kissed ______ yesterday?
Whom
Who
Whose

Question 5/10

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Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
Do you see who I see?
Do you see whom I see?
Both are correct

Question 6/10

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"That was a near miss." What part of speech is "near"?
Noun
Adjective
Adverb

Question 7/10

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Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
He had less men than in the previous campaign.
He had fewer men than in the previous campaign.
He had less men then in the previous campaign.

Question 8/10

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"This is nowhere near good enough." What part of speech is "near"?
Adjective
Adverb qualifying an adjective phrase
Adverb qualifying an adverb

Question 9/10

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Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
"Are you happy with the idea of my teaching you grammar?"
"Are you happy with the idea of me teaching you grammar?"
Both

Question 10/10

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Which of these lists is more traditionally correct and technically perfect?
Firstly, secondly, thirdly...
First, second, third...
First, secondly, thirdly...

C+, Grammar Skill Bust

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Uh-oh, unfortunately this quiz proved to be a bit of a grammar skill bust! You might know a bit about English grammar, but you've still got a ways to go before you can declare yourself as being a true grammar expert!

B+ Grammar Skill Great

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are grammar skill great! There's no ifs, ands, or buts about it, you know English grammar as well as any English teacher or grammar fiend. It's obvious you take your grammar quite seriously!

A+, Grammar Skills Amazing

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are grammar skills amazing! It's obvious that you take great pride in knowing as much about the English language and grammar as you can. From phrase and plurals, to punctuation, you know grammar better than most!
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1
Which is correct?
Its cold outside.
It's cold outside.
It cold outside.
2
Which is correct?
I'm going to lie down for a nap.
I'm going to lay down for a nap.
I'm going to laid down for a nap.
3
Which is correct?
Their my favorite.
They're my favorite.
There my favorite.
4
Fill in the blank: Mike kissed ______ yesterday?
Whom
Who
Whose
5
Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
Do you see who I see?
Do you see whom I see?
Both are correct
6
"That was a near miss." What part of speech is "near"?
Noun
Adjective
Adverb
7
Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
He had less men than in the previous campaign.
He had fewer men than in the previous campaign.
He had less men then in the previous campaign.
8
"This is nowhere near good enough." What part of speech is "near"?
Adjective
Adverb qualifying an adjective phrase
Adverb qualifying an adverb
9
Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
"Are you happy with the idea of my teaching you grammar?"
"Are you happy with the idea of me teaching you grammar?"
Both
10
Which of these lists is more traditionally correct and technically perfect?
Firstly, secondly, thirdly...
First, second, third...
First, secondly, thirdly...

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