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83% Of Americans Can Not Pass This Simple Grammar Test

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477 Comments
buhlemann
giving a certificate does not "ensure" anything. If the quality is in doubt, the owner may want something is assure that quality.
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Jul 26, 2020 9:03PM
Leticia Olsen
👍🏼The Grammar king!!
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Jul 22, 2020 1:19PM
Kathi Taylor
No one uses ‘whom’ !
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Jul 15, 2020 12:01AM
Maurice Twomey
I agree with all the comments made. Should have snucked away from this Quiz early in the piece.
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Jul 14, 2020 10:49PM
Susan Agnelli
A noun is a person, place or thing. A Proper noun is a person. Judith Marshalli and others are correct about #2 With whom are you planning to spend the evening, would be a much better question.
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Jul 9, 2020 7:51PM
Sanjay Kumar
15/15. You got 100.0% correct! All hail the grammar king! You truly have a gift for grammar, my friend. Easy.
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Jun 26, 2020 2:17AM
Nicholas Thorn
Judith Marshall, you mean not a word in UK English
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Jun 25, 2020 2:30PM
Veronics Moss
9/15, I tried
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Jun 23, 2020 3:36PM
Marienne Litolff
11/15. Don’t agree with a couple of them.
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Jun 17, 2020 10:30PM
theotishaynes
Number 2 and 8 didn’t make any sense to me. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Number 11 had two right answers.
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Jun 12, 2020 6:58PM
breizh
Linda Evers, Yes, the past tense of sneak
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Jun 12, 2020 1:40PM
breizh
There are mistakes in that test
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Jun 12, 2020 1:38PM
Judith Marshall
Question 8 ....snuck is not a word in English.
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Jun 11, 2020 1:58PM
Judith Marshall
No 2 is incorrect. It should read ‘with whom’ or ‘who’. Definitely not just whom!!!!
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Jun 11, 2020 1:57PM
billyboy915
ninakamwene, The same rules are taught here in the states. "Who" is proper when used in the subjective form. The word "whom" is the objective form, being the object of the preposition "with" and is therefore the proper choice in this case. "Snuck" is not considered good form and its usage is frowned upon, although its usage is becoming acceptable to many and will eventually become a part of an ever fluid and growing language.
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Jun 6, 2020 1:55PM

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