Grammar (True Or False?)

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  • 1
    A preposition is always followed by a noun or pronoun.
    A preposition is always followed by a noun or pronoun.
  • 2
    Phrasal verbs always consist of two words.
  • 3
    The past tense of "must" is "musted".
    The past tense of "must" is "musted".
  • 4
    The verb "to think" is never used in continuous tenses.
    The verb "to think" is never used in continuous tenses.
  • 5
    A pronoun is a noun phrase used by itself that refers to a person and/or object.
    A pronoun is a noun phrase used by itself that refers to a person and/or object.
  • 6
    "Used to doing" and "used to do" mean approximately the same thing.
    "Used to doing" and "used to do" mean approximately the same thing.
  • 7
    The word "people" is always uncountable.
    The word "people" is always uncountable.
  • 8
    The shortest possible sentence contains a subject, a verb and an object.
    The shortest possible sentence contains a subject, a verb and an object.
  • 9
    The main verb and the direct object are not normally separated.
    The main verb and the direct object are not normally separated.
  • 10
    The auxiliary verb "to do" is never used in the present simple affirmative.
    The auxiliary verb "to do" is never used in the present simple affirmative.

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Heidi (43657)
50 days ago
I took the test 7/10 right , great to catch up on my grammar. non native
Leslie (78875)
200 days ago
May I know the answers?
True Grammar Police (63008)
346 days ago
Apparently the creator of this quiz is unaware of grammar themselves. Seen at the end of the quiz when it claims "On average, 170 of users..."
madampiapia (76798)
377 days ago
ok I can see that no one has written anything but eh. I guess no one took this quiz. except me. I feel weird now. so cant chat so long