Can You Spot The Grammatical Errors In These 12 Sentences?

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How often do you go outside for a run.
Need a comma after often
Should end in question mark
Run should be ran
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Question 2/12

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In order to get a passing grade it would help to study.
Need a comma after grade
Should end in a question mark
Study should be studying
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Question 3/12

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We all red the poem as part of our homework assignment.
Need comma after poem
Red should be read
Should end in exclamation mark
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Question 4/12

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It was determined that basketball was much funner than baseball.
Funner should be more fun
Baseball should switch with basketball
Need comma after basketball
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Question 5/12

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The hottest days of summer have appeared to be tuesdays.
Summer should be capitalized
Tuesdays should be capitalized
Need a comma after be
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Question 6/12

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If you needed to buy groceries, you should have gone yesterday?
Should end in period
No comma needed after groceries
Yesterday should be capitalized
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Question 7/12

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If you fail to see the issue here, than you should'nt be teaching the kids.
Should end in question mark
Apostrophe should be after the n
No comma needed
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Question 8/12

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After long hours of studying, he did good on the exam!
Should end in period
Good should be well
No comma needed
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Question 9/12

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Me and Veronica ended up going to the movie theater together.
Should be Veronica and I
Should be Veronica and me
They should have gone to dinner first
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Question 10/12

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Would you like to come to dinner with me and Sally?
Should end in period
Should be Sally and I
Should be Sally and me
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Question 11/12

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After a long silence, dad told me that he really wasn't my dad.
The first dad should be capitalized
the second dad should be capitalized
No need for an apostrophe
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Question 12/12

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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
Chuck isn't a word
Should end in a question mark
Need comma after if
Result
You should definitely brush up on your grammar!

C+, Illiterate

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Right!
You got a few correct answers, however all grammar should be corrected!

B+, Intermediate

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Right!
You are spot on with your grammar, definitely a benefit!

A+, English Teacher

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1
How often do you go outside for a run.
Need a comma after often
Should end in question mark
Run should be ran
2
In order to get a passing grade it would help to study.
Need a comma after grade
Should end in a question mark
Study should be studying
3
We all red the poem as part of our homework assignment.
Need comma after poem
Red should be read
Should end in exclamation mark
4
It was determined that basketball was much funner than baseball.
Funner should be more fun
Baseball should switch with basketball
Need comma after basketball
5
The hottest days of summer have appeared to be tuesdays.
Summer should be capitalized
Tuesdays should be capitalized
Need a comma after be
6
If you needed to buy groceries, you should have gone yesterday?
Should end in period
No comma needed after groceries
Yesterday should be capitalized
7
If you fail to see the issue here, than you should'nt be teaching the kids.
Should end in question mark
Apostrophe should be after the n
No comma needed
8
After long hours of studying, he did good on the exam!
Should end in period
Good should be well
No comma needed
9
Me and Veronica ended up going to the movie theater together.
Should be Veronica and I
Should be Veronica and me
They should have gone to dinner first
10
Would you like to come to dinner with me and Sally?
Should end in period
Should be Sally and I
Should be Sally and me
11
After a long silence, dad told me that he really wasn't my dad.
The first dad should be capitalized
the second dad should be capitalized
No need for an apostrophe
12
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
Chuck isn't a word
Should end in a question mark
Need comma after if