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How Good At Grammar Are You?

Can you tell the difference between ‘you’re’ and ‘your?’ Were you paying attention in 5th grade English class? Take this quiz now to find out!

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Question 1/12

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___ not very good at doing ___ chores, are you?
You're, your
Your, you're
You're, yore

Question 2/12

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It’s ___ bad she won’t be able to come ___ my birthday party.
too, two
to, too
too, to

Question 3/12

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Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
Everybody must purchase his or her own supplies.
Everybody must purchase their own supplies.
Both sentences are correct.

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Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
One day, the dog Ben and Katie wanted to adopt were taken to another shelter.
One day, the dog Ben and Katie wanted to adopt was taken to another shelter.
Both sentences are incorrect.

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To ___ are you referring to?
who
who's
whom

Question 6/12

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I want the boys to park ___ car over ___.
their, there
they're, there
their, they're

Question 7/12

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Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
At sixteen years old, my mother said I was old enough to start using make up.
When I was sixteen years old, my mother said I was old enough to start using make up.
Both sentences are correct.

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“___ true,” declared the boy. “I know he broke my truck because ___ wheel keeps falling off.”
Its, it's
Its, its
It's, its

Question 9/12

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Pick the grammatically INCORRECT sentence.
The girl is very tired. She stayed up until 1:00AM last night.
The girl is very tired, she stayed up until 1:00AM last night.
The girl is very tired; she stayed up until 1:00AM last night.

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Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
“There it is!” the woman exclaimed. “I think I’ve found my ring!”
“There it is!” the woman exclaimed, “I think I’ve found my ring!”
Both sentences are correct.

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Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
She visited the children’s home yesterday.
She visited the childrens’ home yesterday.
She visited the childrens’s home yesterday.

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He was certain he would ___ the race because his knots had come ___.
loose, lose
lose, loose
loose, loose

Struggles-With-Grammar

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Oh no, it looks like it’s (not ‘its’) time to crack open your (not ‘you’re’) old English books! It’s never too late to learn!

Grammar Guru

stuff.co.nz
Right!
You missed a few, but I would still let you edit my writing any day!

Grammar Genius

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It makes you cringe when someone tells you to close YOU’RE mouth, doesn’t it? Congratulations! Your grammar is impeccable.
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1
___ not very good at doing ___ chores, are you?
You're, your
Your, you're
You're, yore
2
It’s ___ bad she won’t be able to come ___ my birthday party.
too, two
to, too
too, to
3
Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
Everybody must purchase his or her own supplies.
Everybody must purchase their own supplies.
Both sentences are correct.
4
Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
One day, the dog Ben and Katie wanted to adopt were taken to another shelter.
One day, the dog Ben and Katie wanted to adopt was taken to another shelter.
Both sentences are incorrect.
5
To ___ are you referring to?
who
who's
whom
6
I want the boys to park ___ car over ___.
their, there
they're, there
their, they're
7
Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
At sixteen years old, my mother said I was old enough to start using make up.
When I was sixteen years old, my mother said I was old enough to start using make up.
Both sentences are correct.
8
“___ true,” declared the boy. “I know he broke my truck because ___ wheel keeps falling off.”
Its, it's
Its, its
It's, its
9
Pick the grammatically INCORRECT sentence.
The girl is very tired. She stayed up until 1:00AM last night.
The girl is very tired, she stayed up until 1:00AM last night.
The girl is very tired; she stayed up until 1:00AM last night.
10
Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
“There it is!” the woman exclaimed. “I think I’ve found my ring!”
“There it is!” the woman exclaimed, “I think I’ve found my ring!”
Both sentences are correct.
11
Pick the grammatically correct sentence.
She visited the children’s home yesterday.
She visited the childrens’ home yesterday.
She visited the childrens’s home yesterday.
12
He was certain he would ___ the race because his knots had come ___.
loose, lose
lose, loose
loose, loose

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