Grammar Test

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10 Questions - Developed by: Calvin Lawrence - Developed on: - 29.618 taken

Here, you will answer 10 questions and at the end, you will find out how much you know about Grammar depending on your score.

  • 1
    Which one of these sentences is punctuated correctly?
  • 2
    What is a verb?
  • 3
    What is the adjective in this sentence? Everyone at Emily's school loves her shiny bracelet.
  • 4
    Which punctuation mark represents brackets?
  • 5
    Which one of these words is an adverb?
  • 6
    What prefix can you add to the word ''tidy'' to change the word's meaning and make it mean ''not tidy''?
  • 7
    Do proper nouns always begin with capital letters?
  • 8
    What suffix do adverbs usually end with?
  • 9
    Choose the correct verb for this sentences. I_______________ to the park.
  • 10
    An interjection is a word use to describe a strong feeling or emotion and they usually end with an exclamation mark. Which one of these words is an interjection?

Comments (8)


Calvin Lawrence (91399)
346 days ago
I already knew that, Veronica!
Veronica (88171)
387 days ago
I don't need your explanation for Interjections! [Prepare to think I'm old for referencing a 60s' cartoon, But it was in my school play.] “Interjections! Show excitement, or emotion. They're generally set apart from a sentence by an exclamation point, or by a comma when the feeling's not as strong.” -Interjections, School House Rock. Kids, ask your parents.
Caleb (68678)
427 days ago
Parentheses are (). Brackets are [] or {}. Do not mix the two.
PuNcuaTioN has nothing to do with CapItalIzation. 4/5 of the answers on the first question are correct; it does not matter what makes up the sentences (as in the words), it matters how you use the punctuation marks. The first answer is incorrect because there are no quotation marks to surround what the person is saying, and there is no period or other mark to indicate that the sentence had finished.
( ' ___ ' ) (09305)
487 days ago
[brackets] ≠ (parentheses / ROUND brackets)
Sakshi (37675)
501 days ago
Sorry, missed a question mark in the last one. And before anyone calls me pedantic, keep in mind I have a form of OCD, so I can't help it.
Sakshi (37675)
501 days ago
The 'correct' answer for the first one, though punctuated correctly, is grammatically incorrect. It should be "At what time does school start?", not "What time does school start".
i passed all ya'll (54348)
553 days ago
some grammar nazi you barely got 1 out 10 wuuuuuu shem u na mona
Some Grammar Nazi (87543)
572 days ago
Dang, people these days are too stupid to get 10/10 on a simple grammar test. The thing that bothers me most is the your/you're mistake. It's... EVERYWHERE...