Is Your Grammar Better Than A High School English Teacher's?
Teaching high school English requires immaculate grammar skills. Do you have the grammar knowledge it takes to help young writers hone their skills?
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wondering what the synonym of tender is when the choices were: mature, leathery, stamp, and pitiless! Weird!
Oct 11, 2021 7:52PM
goplatinumone, submit report requesting this. They need to hear from ALL OF US WHO WANT ANSWERS AND SCORES, otherwise they will continue with the same format!
Oct 5, 2021 4:49PM
Judy Kartes, File a report requesting this or do not complain. They need to hear from ALL OF US!
Oct 5, 2021 4:47PM
moonrvr cate, you need to file a report requesting this. If they hear from all of us, they may change their format.
Oct 5, 2021 4:46PM
Jana Thornton, File a report requesting this rather than complaining!
Oct 5, 2021 4:45PM
Raymond Cardona, file a report. Otherwise , they will continue with this kind of quiz style.
Oct 5, 2021 4:43PM
Passed. I want a score and answers to know what I missed. I will report.
Oct 5, 2021 4:39PM
I passed but where is the proof without the answers Bonnie
Sep 23, 2021 9:45PM
calhounkathleen, I did but found those synonyms synonymous only through the most tortuous logic.
Sep 13, 2021 4:28PM
Not a very well formed quiz.
Sep 8, 2021 7:48PM
Passed ,most probably with lots of luck because English is not my first language
Aug 24, 2021 9:55PM
Where were the answers???
Jul 30, 2021 7:33PM
Donald McBurney, I believe mature was the only plausible one. A green fruit is hard; a mature one is tender.
Jul 24, 2021 3:36AM
calhounkathleen, I agree. It was the only plausible one.
Jul 24, 2021 3:34AM
Jul 23, 2021 12:16PM