If you are the Ross Geller among your group who cannot stop correcting people’s grammar then this quiz is to see if you are qualified enough to be a grammar nazi:
Pick the sentence that is grammatically correct:
- Its impossible for a Zebra to change it’s stripes.
- It’s impossible for a Zebra to change its stripes.
- It’s impossible for Zebras to change its stripes.
- It’s impossible for the Zebras to change its stripes.
Pick the adverb from this sentence: She told me to walk quickly and take the keys from her.
Pick the compound sentence:
- Richa and Rohit went to the party, while Ramya decided to stay in the house.
- Richa, Rohit, and Ramya went to the party together.
- Richa and Rohit went to the grocery store.
- Richa and Rohit went to the grocery store to buy supplies for the party.
Pick the sentence that is in passive voice:
- He has not yet painted the house.
- The road was being repaired by the crew.
- She changed the bulb.
- I will write a novel on time travel.
Pick the verb in this sentence: The case of beer bottles is for the party tomorrow.
- There is no verb in the sentence.
Pick the right word to complete the sentence: Thirty minutes __ all I have to prepare for the call.
- has been
How many types of pronouns are there in the English language?
What is “democracy”?
- A noun
- A verb
- An Adjective
- Missing In India
Hate is a verb. Hatred is a noun. What is the process of turning a verb, like “hate” into a noun, like “hatred” called?
- Active into passive
- Both the words mean the same thing. Where’s the transformation?
Which of the following is a statement?
- What you doin’?
- Where you at?
- You got plans!
- Don’t say that.
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