Can You Actually Pass A 6th Grade English Test?

How well were you really paying attention during your grade school years? It's time to find out! Take these 12 questions and discover if you could actually still pass a 6th grade English test. It might not be as simple as you think!
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What does an adjective do?
Describes words
Defines action
Indicates plurals
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What is the function of a pronoun?
To connect words
To substitute a noun
To describe action
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Which are examples of "demonstrative pronouns?"
His, hers, ours
This, that, these
I, you, me, mine
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Adverbs....
Express strong emotions
Modify other words
Link verbs
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What does a preposition describe?
Action
People and places
Feelings
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Where is an article always placed?
Before a word
At the end of a sentence
It doesn't matter
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"They are discussing the matter" is an example of...
Past continuous tense
Present continuous tense
Past present tense
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Which is the superlative form of the adjective "bad?"
Worse
Worst
Badder
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What exactly is a synonym?
A word with an opposite meaning
A word with the same or similar meaning
Two words that sound alike
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Question 10/12

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The words "bang" and "beep" are examples of...
Onomatopoeias
Adjectives
Allegory
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Which of these is a pronoun?
The
He
When
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Question 12/12

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"Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" is an example of....
Preposition
Alliteration
Simile
Result
Unfortunately, you didn't pass this 6th grade English quiz with ease! While you remember bits and pieces from your grade school English days, you might need to brush up on your skills before taking another English quiz. Fret not friend, 6th grade is a blur to most of us!

C+, 6th Grade English Flop

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Congratulations, you passed this 6th grade English quiz with ease! It's obvious that you were paying attention to your teacher back in grade school. From article and prepositions to similes and allegory, you remember most of what you were taught in 6th grade!

B+, 6th Grade English Pass

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Well done! You are a total 6th grade English whiz! Unlike most people, you remember your 6th grade English lessons as if they just happened yesterday. You'd never confuse an adjective and an adverb and you'd certainly never mix up a noun with a verb. You're as savvy as they come! Well done!

A+, 6th Grade English Whiz

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1
What does an adjective do?
Describes words
Defines action
Indicates plurals
2
What is the function of a pronoun?
To connect words
To substitute a noun
To describe action
3
Which are examples of "demonstrative pronouns?"
His, hers, ours
This, that, these
I, you, me, mine
4
Adverbs....
Express strong emotions
Modify other words
Link verbs
5
What does a preposition describe?
Action
People and places
Feelings
6
Where is an article always placed?
Before a word
At the end of a sentence
It doesn't matter
7
"They are discussing the matter" is an example of...
Past continuous tense
Present continuous tense
Past present tense
8
Which is the superlative form of the adjective "bad?"
Worse
Worst
Badder
9
What exactly is a synonym?
A word with an opposite meaning
A word with the same or similar meaning
Two words that sound alike
10
The words "bang" and "beep" are examples of...
Onomatopoeias
Adjectives
Allegory
11
Which of these is a pronoun?
The
He
When
12
"Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" is an example of....
Preposition
Alliteration
Simile