What Is Your English Level?

Even though we speak it every day, some people will struggle with complexities (and some simple parts) in the English language. Do you? Take our quiz to find out!
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Question 1/12

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Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct?
I stuck in traffic.
I was stick in traffic.
I was stuck in traffic.
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Question 2/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
This room is very poorly litted.
This room is too poorly lighted.
This room is too poorly lit.
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Question 3/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Simone and I have been discussing about the project.
Simone and I have been discussing regarding the project.
Simone and I have been discussing the project.
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Question 4/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Good morning, myself is named Henry.
My name is Henry good morning.
Good morning, my name is Henry.
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Question 5/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
She'll return back the dress if it doesn't fit her.
She'll return the dress if it doesn't fit her.
She'll return off the dress if it doesn't fit her.
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Question 6/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Anyway, he's not coming to the party.
Anyway, he will be not coming to the party.
Anyways, he's not coming to the party.
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Question 7/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
You're tired, please try to rest.
You're tired, please try and take some rest.
You're tired, please be resting now.
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Question 8/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Only rich can afford such a lovely home.
Only the rich can afford such a lovely home.
Riches only can afford such a lovely home.
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Question 9/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
One employee interrupt our meetings always.
One employee is always interrupting inside our meetings.
One employee is always interrupting our meetings.
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Question 10/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
What is the difference being between this cat and that one?
What is the difference between this cat and that one?
The difference between this cat and that one is what?
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Question 11/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
I'll be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
I'm to be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
I would be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
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Question 12/12

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Which of the following is grammatically correct?
He's going to be feeling unwell if he keeps overeating.
He's going to be feeling unwell for overeating.
He'll feel unwell if he keeps overeating.
Result
You really need to bone up on your English studies skills! Though if you're not in a position where you find yourself needing to be grammatically correct all the time, we suppose it's not such a big deal if English isn't one of your strong suits. Up to you!

C+, Erroneous English

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Well, you could use a little bit of practice, but overall your English skills are bordering on top-notch. With that small amount of studying up, you could prove to be a real English expert!

B+, English Major

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Right!
Wow! You're a regular English language expert! You can formulate a proper sentence with the best of them, and pick out improper grammar in nearly any situation. You should consider a career as a proofreader!

A+, English Expert

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1
Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct?
I stuck in traffic.
I was stick in traffic.
I was stuck in traffic.
2
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
This room is very poorly litted.
This room is too poorly lighted.
This room is too poorly lit.
3
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Simone and I have been discussing about the project.
Simone and I have been discussing regarding the project.
Simone and I have been discussing the project.
4
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Good morning, myself is named Henry.
My name is Henry good morning.
Good morning, my name is Henry.
5
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
She'll return back the dress if it doesn't fit her.
She'll return the dress if it doesn't fit her.
She'll return off the dress if it doesn't fit her.
6
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Anyway, he's not coming to the party.
Anyway, he will be not coming to the party.
Anyways, he's not coming to the party.
7
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
You're tired, please try to rest.
You're tired, please try and take some rest.
You're tired, please be resting now.
8
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
Only rich can afford such a lovely home.
Only the rich can afford such a lovely home.
Riches only can afford such a lovely home.
9
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
One employee interrupt our meetings always.
One employee is always interrupting inside our meetings.
One employee is always interrupting our meetings.
10
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
What is the difference being between this cat and that one?
What is the difference between this cat and that one?
The difference between this cat and that one is what?
11
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
I'll be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
I'm to be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
I would be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
12
Which of the following is grammatically correct?
He's going to be feeling unwell if he keeps overeating.
He's going to be feeling unwell for overeating.
He'll feel unwell if he keeps overeating.