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Can You Pass This Advanced Grammar Quiz For A 150 IQ?

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Connie Starcher
Neither is the noun. Neither is. raychrisharvey,
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Oct 25, 2021 1:17PM
beckyschwin
Question 1: affect is a verb, effect is a noun. Sentence requires the verb….
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Oct 19, 2021 10:42PM
Dan Diffley
Paul Bison, “Neither” calls for the singular.
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Oct 15, 2021 12:57PM
Dan Diffley
Neryl Simpson, I think people generally contract “I had had” to “I’d had”. It flows better.
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Oct 15, 2021 12:55PM
Lynda Miller
raychrisharvey, you're wrong, Neither means one or the other, not both, it's a singular term.
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Oct 4, 2021 3:26PM
Neryl Simpson
I don’t agree with ‘had had’ at all. It’s like people who say ‘do do’
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Sep 13, 2021 5:43PM
raychrisharvey
Question 6, I say is "are".
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Sep 11, 2021 7:52PM
Richard D. Boyle
9/10. Which v. That.
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Sep 5, 2021 7:48PM
Richard D. Boyle
Paul Bison, options is not the subject. The subject is neither (one) and is singular not plural.
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Sep 5, 2021 7:46PM
Bruce White
Jenny Herringer, which would need a comma That is restrictive and gets no comma
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Jul 31, 2021 5:04PM
Bruce White
Paul Bison, neither is the subject, option is the object of a preposition,
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Jul 31, 2021 5:01PM
Paul Bison
I question number 6.. option "is". options "are"
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Jul 26, 2021 6:22PM
Mark Ashmann
Iriss Blaine, effect can certainly be used as a verb.
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Jul 17, 2021 2:50PM
Mark Ashmann
10/10 - seemed pretty easy to me.
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Jul 17, 2021 2:49PM
Mark Ashmann
Jenny Herringer, not according to most grammar gurus.
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Jul 17, 2021 2:49PM

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