Fiendishly Difficult Grammar Quiz #1!
Just how good is your English grammar? Try this!
Which of these is grammatically INCORRECT?
Captain James T. Kirk says ''To boldly go where no man has gone before.'' This mistake is an example of...
A fractured infinitive particle
Incorrect use of a determiner
Incorrect use of a subjunctive clause
Spot the incorrect phrase:
A book well worth the read.
A path well worth the walk.
A meal well worth the eat.
Why don't we say: ''Bill's and Ted's Excellent Adventure.''?
Only Bill has the adventure.
Only one apostrophe is needed - it's a compound possession.
We should say it. It's actually grammatically correct.
Identify the correct punctuation:
I like milk; I drink that everyday.
I like milk, I drink that everyday.
I like milk: I drink that everyday.
Which sentence contains the CORRECT adjectives in order?
"The large purple cotton bean-bag belongs to her."
"The cotton large purple bean-bag belongs to her."
"The purple large cotton bean-bag belongs to her."
I love America. I love ___ wide spaces and mountains. ____ such a cool country.
It's & It's
its & It's
its & Its
Correct the capitalized word: The two principal types of kayaks are the easily maneuverable white-water kayak and the LARGEST sea kayak.
Largest (it's already correct!)
Leaf is to tree as petal is to _____.
The storm severely ________ millions of people.
both are correct
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