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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?

Last updated on: March 29, 2012 18:54 IST


Answer these quiz questions and find out whether your English language skills are adequate or not!

Do you 'throw the garbage' or 'throw out the garbage'?

Did the cat 'jump the roof' or 'jump off the roof'?

Answer the tricky grammar queries on each of these pages to determine just how strong your command over the English language is.

As for your score, you'll find out just how many you got right once you're done -- and you can draw your own conclusions about your performance!

Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) I was stuck in traffic.
2) I stuck in traffic.
3) I was stuck up in traffic.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) This room is too poorly lighted.
2) This room is too poorly litted.
3) This room is too poorly lit.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Anyways, he's not coming to the party.
2) Anyway, he's not coming to the party.
3) Anyway, he will be not coming to the party.

 

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Rajesh and I have been discussing the project.
2) Rajesh and I have been discussing about the project.
3) Rajesh and I have been discussing regarding the project.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) She'll return back the dress if it doesn't fit her.
2) She'll return the dress if it doesn't fit her.
3) She'll return off the dress if it doesn't fit her.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Good evening, myself Kavita Roy.
2) Good evening, my name is Kavita Roy.
3) Good evening, myself is Kavita Roy.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) He'll feel unwell if he keeps overeating.
2) He's going to be feeling unwell if he keeps overeating.
3) He's going to be feeling unwell for overeating.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) I would be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
2) I'm to be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.
3) I'll be going to the market this afternoon, so I'll buy some fruits.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) What is the difference being between this dog and that one?
2) What is the difference between this dog and that one?
3) The difference between this dog and that one is what?

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) One colleague is always interrupting inside our meetings.
2) One colleague is always interrupting our meetings.
3) One colleague interrupt our meetings always.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Only the wealthy can afford such a lovely home.
2) Only wealthy can afford such a lovely home.
3) Wealth only can afford such a lovely home.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) You're tired, please try to rest.
2) You're tired, please try and take some rest.
3) You're tired, please be resting now.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) She's being my sister's closest friend.
2) She's closest friend my sister ever had.
3) She's the closest friend my sister ever had.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Who would have thunk it would come to this?
2) Who would have thought it would come to this?
3) Who would have thought it would come to this.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


Select the grammatically correct sentence:
1) Us enjoyed watching the sunset by the sea.
2) We enjoyed watching the sunset by the sea.
3) Us all enjoyed watching the sunset by the sea.

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QUIZ: How good are YOU with English grammar?


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