A word that has the opposite meaning to another is known as an antonym. Learning antonyms (as well as synonyms) can improve your English, both written and spoken. Can we now test how excellent your Antonyms skills are? If yes, let's start now!
Alliteration is when the first constant sound in a phrase is repeated. Take this thrilling alliteration quiz to test your knowledge about alliteration and its uses in language as well as literature. This is a literary device that...
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Which of the following is an example of an alliteration?
Grammar test: choose the incorrect word! Sentences can be quite confusing if one does not use correct grammar or does no align their words correctly. Do you consider yourself quite capable of identifying what is wrong in a...
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The penguin chicks cannot go into the water to get themselves own food until they have
waterproof coats of feathers like their parents.
Here we present you an interesting quiz on rhyming words. In poetry or song, rhyming creates a particular flow in either form of art. Words that rhyme possesses the same sound. For example, a cat and hat or boat and coat are...
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 7171 | Last updated: Mar 22, 2022