What Kind Of Language Skills Do You Really Have?

We'd all like to think our language skills are the best of the best, but how good are your language skills really? Take these 12 questions and discover just how language wise you really are.
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Pierre, the capital of South Dakota, has a unique distinction from the other state capitals. Why?
It's the only state capital which is also a person's first name
It's the only state capital name that shares no letters with the name of its state
It's the only state capital with double letters together
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What is a pangram?
A word containing two or more repeating letters
A word that reads the same backwards as forwards
A sentence containing all the letters of the alphabet
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The first letter of the first word in a sentence should be....
An uppercase letter
A vowel
Alphabetically correct
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The order of a basic positive sentence is....
Subject-verb-object
Verb-object-subject
Object-verb-subject
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Every sentence must have a subject and....
A verb
An object
A pronoun
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A plural subject needs....
A singular verb
A plural verb
An adverb
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Question 7/12

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When two singular subjects are connected by or, use....
A passive verb
A plural verb
A singular verb
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Adjectives usually come....
After a noun
Before a noun
After a verb
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Question 9/12

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If an opinion-adjective and a fact-adjective are used before a noun, which comes first?
An opinion adjective
A fact adjective
It doesn't matter
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In British English, a collective noun is usually treated as....
Singular
Plural
Either
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Question 11/12

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The terms "its" and "it's" have...
The same meaning
Different meanings
It depends on the sentence
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Question 12/12

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Which is correct?
You're looking good.
Your looking good.
Ur looking good.
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, your language is a bit loose. While you may have pretty average language skills, you're far from a language expert just yet. Fret not, perhaps you learned something new along the way!

C+, Language Loose

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly language wise! There's no doubt about it, you paid attention in your high school English classes. When it comes to grammar, usage, and proper structure; you're an ace!

B+, Language Wise

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly a language ace! When it comes to language, grammar, and proper usage, you're pretty much the expert. There's not much that you don't know about the English language! Well done!

A+, Language Ace

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1
Pierre, the capital of South Dakota, has a unique distinction from the other state capitals. Why?
It's the only state capital which is also a person's first name
It's the only state capital name that shares no letters with the name of its state
It's the only state capital with double letters together
2
What is a pangram?
A word containing two or more repeating letters
A word that reads the same backwards as forwards
A sentence containing all the letters of the alphabet
3
The first letter of the first word in a sentence should be....
An uppercase letter
A vowel
Alphabetically correct
4
The order of a basic positive sentence is....
Subject-verb-object
Verb-object-subject
Object-verb-subject
5
Every sentence must have a subject and....
A verb
An object
A pronoun
6
A plural subject needs....
A singular verb
A plural verb
An adverb
7
When two singular subjects are connected by or, use....
A passive verb
A plural verb
A singular verb
8
Adjectives usually come....
After a noun
Before a noun
After a verb
9
If an opinion-adjective and a fact-adjective are used before a noun, which comes first?
An opinion adjective
A fact adjective
It doesn't matter
10
In British English, a collective noun is usually treated as....
Singular
Plural
Either
11
The terms "its" and "it's" have...
The same meaning
Different meanings
It depends on the sentence
12
Which is correct?
You're looking good.
Your looking good.
Ur looking good.