How Well Do You Know 11 Grammar Rules?

Grammar matters. In our age of texting, emailing, and writing everything; there's never been more of a need for good grammar! Do you think you know these 11 grammar rules better than most? Take these 11 questions and find out!
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Question 1/11

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In English, the _________ (what's being done) always follows the subject
Adjective
Preposition
Verb
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Question 2/11

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Who is the subject of this sentence? "Mary walked the dog."
The dog
Mary
The dog and Mar
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Question 3/11

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Which of the following would be considered a coordinating conjunction?
And
This
Him
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Question 4/11

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What should one use to CONNECT two ideas as one?
A semicolon
A comma
A elipses
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Question 5/11

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What is another name for the serial comma?
The English comma
The Oxford comma
The Useless comma
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Question 6/11

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To JOIN two ideas together as one, which punctuation mark should be used?
A comma
A semicolon
Neither
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Question 7/11

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Which tense should always be used when speaking of habitual actions?
Past
Present
Future
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Question 8/11

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Which tense should be used when speaking of a current action?
Past Progressive
Present Progessive
Future Progressive
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Question 9/11

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What should be added to verbs when speaking in past tense?
-Ing
-Ish
-Ed
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Question 10/11

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When speaking of the unfinished past what tense should be used?
Past progressive
Future Perfect
Present Perfect
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Question 11/11

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True or false: When two things happened in the past you have to mark which one happened first through tense.
True
False
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you don't know your classic English grammar rules very well. Fret not, we know that you learned the basics of grammar way back in your elementary school days. A lot has happened since then. Don't beat yourself up too much!

C+, Grammar Goof

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total grammar god! While you're not perfect just yet, you're well on your way. You've got a strong foundational knowledge on English grammar that can carry you to the top in no time!

B+, Grammar God

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're full of grammar greatness! There's not much about English grammar that can easily stump you. It's clear that you paid attention to what your teachers were saying in Elementary school and beyond. Your grammar level is hard for the average person to reach!

A+, Grammar Greatness

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1
In English, the _________ (what's being done) always follows the subject
Adjective
Preposition
Verb
2
Who is the subject of this sentence? "Mary walked the dog."
The dog
Mary
The dog and Mar
3
Which of the following would be considered a coordinating conjunction?
And
This
Him
4
What should one use to CONNECT two ideas as one?
A semicolon
A comma
A elipses
5
What is another name for the serial comma?
The English comma
The Oxford comma
The Useless comma
6
To JOIN two ideas together as one, which punctuation mark should be used?
A comma
A semicolon
Neither
7
Which tense should always be used when speaking of habitual actions?
Past
Present
Future
8
Which tense should be used when speaking of a current action?
Past Progressive
Present Progessive
Future Progressive
9
What should be added to verbs when speaking in past tense?
-Ing
-Ish
-Ed
10
When speaking of the unfinished past what tense should be used?
Past progressive
Future Perfect
Present Perfect
11
True or false: When two things happened in the past you have to mark which one happened first through tense.
True
False