Can You Pass A High School Grammar Test?

Time to find out if you really know which 'they're' (or 'their' or 'there') to use!
START THE QUIZ!

Question 1/12

bulletproofmusician.com
Finish the sentence: "This pencil belongs to _____?"
who
whom
Either can be used.
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Question 2/12

salon.com
Finish the sentence: "Earlier today, I _____ the dolls on the child's bed."
laid
lay
lied
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Question 3/12

ptasocial.com
Finish the sentence: After taking stock today, the manager saw that customers had bought _____ sunglasses than yesterday.
less
fewer
Either can be used.
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Question 4/12

brianraymondking.com
Finish the sentence: _____ I woke up late, I've had to run after the bus and almost missed geometry class.
Because
Since
Though
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Question 5/12

dailymail.co.uk
Finish the sentence: The _____ judge seemed like he couldn't care less about the show's contestants.
disinterested
uninterested
Either can be used.
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Question 6/12

huffpost.com
Finish the sentence: Since my best friend is feeling ill, I'll _____ some soup to her.
take
bring
Either can be used.
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Question 7/12

rndeer.com
Finish the sentence: His amazing speech seemed to _____ the audience in many different ways.
affect
effect
Either can be used.
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Question 8/12

onsugar.com
Finish the sentence: "'_____ always going to have to do _____ best in school,' advised his mother."
You're, your
Your, you're
Your, your
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Question 9/12

tffa.org
Finish the sentence: "There are _____ baby animals in the meadow right now."
more
many
much
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Question 10/12

wrightslaw.com
Finish this sentence: "The dog is chasing _____ tail."
it's
its
Either can be used.
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Question 11/12

slate.com
Finish the sentence: "_____ starting to cook dinner over _____."
They, there
Their, there
They're, there
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Question 12/12

nest4mums.com
Finish this sentence: "The cookies that grandma baked _____ gone in less than 10 seconds."
is
was
were
Result
You must have been daydreaming about bigger and better things during English class when the differences among "to," "too," and "two" were discussed. That's okay - there's still time to get caught up on all the grammar rules! Don't be afraid to study up and try again!

C+, English Class Daydreamer

globalpost.com
Right!
Good job! You have a bit of grammar skill, but you could still use lots of practice. "They're," "their," and "there" don't sort themselves out, you know!

B+, Grammar Novice

everydayfamily.com
Right!
You definitely know the difference between "your," "you're," and "yore!" I'm sure you aced English class in high school and don't ever embarrass yourself with silly grammar mistakes. Amazing job!

A+, Grammar Know-It-All

imgur.com
Right!
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1
Finish the sentence: "This pencil belongs to _____?"
who
whom
Either can be used.
2
Finish the sentence: "Earlier today, I _____ the dolls on the child's bed."
laid
lay
lied
3
Finish the sentence: After taking stock today, the manager saw that customers had bought _____ sunglasses than yesterday.
less
fewer
Either can be used.
4
Finish the sentence: _____ I woke up late, I've had to run after the bus and almost missed geometry class.
Because
Since
Though
5
Finish the sentence: The _____ judge seemed like he couldn't care less about the show's contestants.
disinterested
uninterested
Either can be used.
6
Finish the sentence: Since my best friend is feeling ill, I'll _____ some soup to her.
take
bring
Either can be used.
7
Finish the sentence: His amazing speech seemed to _____ the audience in many different ways.
affect
effect
Either can be used.
8
Finish the sentence: "'_____ always going to have to do _____ best in school,' advised his mother."
You're, your
Your, you're
Your, your
9
Finish the sentence: "There are _____ baby animals in the meadow right now."
more
many
much
10
Finish this sentence: "The dog is chasing _____ tail."
it's
its
Either can be used.
11
Finish the sentence: "_____ starting to cook dinner over _____."
They, there
Their, there
They're, there
12
Finish this sentence: "The cookies that grandma baked _____ gone in less than 10 seconds."
is
was
were