Can You Pass A Quiz Designed For English Majors?

Do you think that you can pass this quiz designed for English majors? Take these 12 questions and put your knowledge of grammar to the test!
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Question 1/12

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Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
Do you see what I see?
Do you see whom I see?
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Question 2/12

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Which of these Shakespearean sayings is using the correct personal pronoun?
This is I, Hamlet the Dane!
It ain't me, babe!
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Question 3/12

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Which is grammatically correct?
Different to
Different from
Different than
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Which is correct?
The Pennsylvanian mountain laurel is the state flower.
The Pennsylvania mountain laurel is the state flower.
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Who is the main character of the book "The Catcher in the Rye?"
Tom Sawyer
Holden Caulfield
Hazel Grace Lancaster
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Which of the following is a novel by Ray Bradbury?
Catch-22
The Things They Carried
Fahrenheit 451
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Which is grammatically incorrect?
A meal well worth the eat
A book well worth the read
A path well worth the walk
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Fill in the blank: It seemed ____ been snowing, but we knew it was only some white dust that had covered the whole town.
As if it had been
As if it hadn't been
It has
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When writing it is important to.....
Show but not tell
Tell but not show
Show and tell
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Question 10/12

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What is a simile?
A figure of speech that compares two things that are alike
A figure of speech that is not literally applicable
A figure of speech that draws conclusions
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Question 11/12

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Fill in the blank: The city _______ by the governor.
Governs
Is being governed
Is to be goverened
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Question 12/12

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Fill in the blank: Don't do it ______ want to.
If
Unless
Regardless
Result
Unfortunately, you didn't pass this quiz designed for English majors. While you may have a good base understanding of the English language, you're far from an expert just yet. The good news? You might've learned something new along the way!

C+, Grammar Goof Up

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are grammar gifted! You had no issues in passing this quiz designed for English majors. It's clear that you've spent a great deal of time perfecting your language skills.

B+, Grammar Gifted

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Well done! You quickly and easily passed this quiz designed for English majors! Maybe you were an English major once yourself. Regardless you've honed your English skills into being the best of the best. Keep up the good work!

A+, Grammar God

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1
Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?
Do you see what I see?
Do you see whom I see?
2
Which of these Shakespearean sayings is using the correct personal pronoun?
This is I, Hamlet the Dane!
It ain't me, babe!
3
Which is grammatically correct?
Different to
Different from
Different than
4
Which is correct?
The Pennsylvanian mountain laurel is the state flower.
The Pennsylvania mountain laurel is the state flower.
5
Who is the main character of the book "The Catcher in the Rye?"
Tom Sawyer
Holden Caulfield
Hazel Grace Lancaster
6
Which of the following is a novel by Ray Bradbury?
Catch-22
The Things They Carried
Fahrenheit 451
7
Which is grammatically incorrect?
A meal well worth the eat
A book well worth the read
A path well worth the walk
8
Fill in the blank: It seemed ____ been snowing, but we knew it was only some white dust that had covered the whole town.
As if it had been
As if it hadn't been
It has
9
When writing it is important to.....
Show but not tell
Tell but not show
Show and tell
10
What is a simile?
A figure of speech that compares two things that are alike
A figure of speech that is not literally applicable
A figure of speech that draws conclusions
11
Fill in the blank: The city _______ by the governor.
Governs
Is being governed
Is to be goverened
12
Fill in the blank: Don't do it ______ want to.
If
Unless
Regardless