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By Devon_Grapevine | Last updated: Sep 27, 2019
| Total Attempts: 104
Below is a grammar quiz trivia on positive sentences. In the quiz below, you will be expected to use either the word some or any. The two words are used in positive and negative sentences, respectively. See how well you identify these types of questions and when to use one of these two words by taking up the quiz below.
Questions and Answers
Is there ____________ cheese left?
Do you need any money? No thanks, I've got __________
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When Marcia was treasurer of her class last year, she was also president.
A sentence is a build-up of many words, and each word carries a meaning, whether it's the subject or a predicate; everything is essential to form a clear sense of what does the sentence means. This quiz is to practice using...
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The bus slowed and pulled up to the curb in front of a T-shirt shop.