Improve Your Grammar Usage - English Quiz

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Grammar is the way we arrange words to make proper sentences. Word level grammar covers verbs and tenses, nouns, adverbs etc. Sentence level grammar covers phrases, clauses, reported speech etc.
Improve Your Grammar Usage in this English Quiz!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    There dog runs in the snow to their house.

    • A.

      Correct as is

    • B.

      There, there

    • C.

      Their, Their

    • D.

      Their, their

    Correct Answer
    D. Their, their
    Explanation
    The word "their" is used to show possession, indicating that the dog belongs to someone. In this case, it implies that the dog belongs to a group of people. The word "their" is used twice in the sentence to maintain consistency and clarity. The first "their" indicates that the dog runs towards the house that belongs to the group of people. The second "their" shows that the house also belongs to the same group of people.

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  • 2. 

    In the summer, I like to go to the Beach.

    • A.

      Summer, Beach

    • B.

      Summer, beach

    • C.

      Correct as is

    • D.

      Summer, beach

    Correct Answer
    B. Summer, beach
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "summer, beach" because it is grammatically correct and maintains consistency in capitalization. The words "summer" and "beach" are both nouns and are correctly capitalized as they are the first words in the sentence. Additionally, the comma is correctly placed between the two words to separate them.

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  • 3. 

    "I want to go to the mall," said the man, "so that I can buy some milk."

    • A.

      Correct as is

    • B.

      I, So

    • C.

      I, so

    • D.

      I, So

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct as is
    Explanation
    The given answer "Correct as is" is the correct answer because the original sentence is grammatically correct and follows proper punctuation rules. The capitalization of "I" is correct, and the comma is appropriately placed before the quotation marks. The conjunction "so" is also correctly used to connect the two clauses in the sentence. Therefore, no changes are needed in the sentence.

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  • 4. 

    I like to visit my Parents in england.

    • A.

      Parents, England

    • B.

      Correct as is

    • C.

      Parents, England

    • D.

      Parents, england

    Correct Answer
    C. Parents, England
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "parents, England" because in this sentence, "parents" should be written in lowercase as it is a common noun, while "England" should be capitalized as it is a proper noun. This follows the standard rules of capitalization in English grammar.

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  • 5. 

    The mens' basketball was stolen from the gymnasium.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      Men's Basketball

    • C.

      Men's basketball

    • D.

      Men's Basketball

    Correct Answer
    C. Men's basketball
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "men's basketball" because it correctly identifies the specific type of basketball that was stolen from the gymnasium. The possessive form "men's" indicates that the basketball belongs to or is associated with the men's team or division. This helps to distinguish it from other types of basketballs that may be present in the gymnasium, such as women's basketball or youth basketball.

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  • 6. 

    The knifes in the Kitchen are very sharp.

    • A.

      Knifes, kitchen

    • B.

      Knives, Kitchen

    • C.

      Knifes, kitchen

    • D.

      Knives, kitchen

    Correct Answer
    D. Knives, kitchen
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "knives, kitchen" because "knives" is the correct spelling for more than one knife, and "kitchen" is the correct spelling for the place where the knives are located.

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  • 7. 

    It's spring when the fox changes its' coat.

    • A.

      It's, its

    • B.

      Its', its'

    • C.

      It's, its'

    • D.

      Its, its

    Correct Answer
    A. It's, its
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "It's, its". "It's" is the contraction of "it is" and is used to indicate possession or description. In this sentence, "It's" is used to indicate that it is springtime. "Its" is a possessive pronoun used to show that something belongs to or is associated with the fox. In this case, "its coat" refers to the coat of the fox.

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  • 8. 

    My Friend and me went to the mall.

    • A.

      Friend and I

    • B.

      Friend and I

    • C.

      Me and my friend

    • D.

      Correct as is

    Correct Answer
    A. Friend and I
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "friend and I" because when referring to oneself and others as the subject of a sentence, "I" should be used instead of "me". In this case, since the speaker is mentioning themselves and their friend as the subject of the sentence, "friend and I" is the appropriate choice.

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  • 9. 

    The Ladies' house is down the road.

    • A.

      Correct as is

    • B.

      Ladies' House

    • C.

      Ladies' House

    • D.

      Ladies' house

    Correct Answer
    D. Ladies' house
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ladies' house" because it correctly uses the possessive form of "ladies" to indicate that the house belongs to the ladies. The apostrophe before the "s" indicates possession.

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  • 10. 

    Hawaii and alaska were the last two states to be admitted to the United States.

    • A.

      Correct as is

    • B.

      Hawaii and alaska

    • C.

      Hawaii and Alaska

    • D.

      Hawaii and Alaska

    Correct Answer
    C. Hawaii and Alaska
    Explanation
    Hawaii and Alaska were the last two states to be admitted to the United States. The correct answer is "Hawaii and Alaska" because it accurately states the names of the two states that were the last to join the United States.

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