83% Of Americans Can Not Pass This Simple Grammar Test
Will you make the cut?
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Jogging is a gerund -
Oct 5, 2021 3:23PM
I dont know verbs and nouns
Oct 3, 2021 9:55AM
I just wish that the people who wrote this quiz would program Autocorrect!
Sep 25, 2021 2:53AM
Should say "is" and NOT I'd.
Sep 21, 2021 8:41PM
illonabird, correct. This quiz I'd bogus!
Sep 21, 2021 8:40PM
Isabel Weinberg, I learned in school that snuck was not correct form.
Sep 21, 2021 8:40PM
Some of the questions could have had more than one answer.
Sep 21, 2021 8:39PM
13/15 I'm ok with my score
Sep 15, 2021 12:18AM
Many incorrect answers. Mother can be a verb, place names are also nouns, whom would only be correct if the sentence were rephrased as “with whom are you going to hang out”, which would be the grammatically correct phraseology anyway. Very poorly written!
Sep 14, 2021 8:58PM
Never heard of "snuck" but still a grammar king. A place is also a noun. Check your questions before posting them!
Sep 12, 2021 7:15AM
Jimmy Garcia, the place name is a noun. Not just a place.
Aug 23, 2021 12:23PM
yeah its what u have between lunch and dinner if u are from New Zealand its just their accent ...google a kiwi saying snack
Jul 15, 2021 3:38AM
If all options are correct, then how can any choice be wrong?
Jul 14, 2021 1:24PM
🤨14/15 All hail the grammar king. #8 If both answers can be used then why my answer was wrong? Tricky question!!
Jul 7, 2021 6:08PM
Several badly-written questions. #8 "Sneaked" is perfectly correct. "Snuck" is more colloquial and not universally acceptable. #11 What is a noun? A noun is a word that stands for a person, place, or thing (real or abstract. All the words offered are nouns. The name of a person or of a place is a "proper noun." The name of an action is a noun, although the action itself will involve a verb. Similarly, the name of a description is a noun, although a word used as a descriptor will usually be an adjective. #14 A certificate will neither ensure that a stone has a certain quality nor insure the stone. It may provide some assurance to the buyer. However, if the buyer should wish to INSURE the stone, he may need the certificate provided by the vendor.
Jun 25, 2021 4:09PM