Below is a punctuation trivia quiz on 'Parentheses and Brackets'! Most people are confused when it comes to how to use the two in a sentence. In this quiz, you will be expected to show just how much you know about using them in a sentence. Do give it a shot and not only test yourself but also get to learn some new techniques.
Questions and Answers
What are brackets used for?
To tell you who is talking in the quote.
To add in information.
To make you confused with parentheses.
My dog (who is very stupid) cannot do any tricks.
This is an example of:
Which one is a bracket?
Which sentence below uses parentheses properly?
He is very stupid(but he is very cute!).
The (though she's very scary) old lady gave us some cookie.
The baby (who was only two) started to dance before our eyes.
Are brackets a type of parentheses?
What are parentheses used for?
To end a sentence.
To insert in extra information.
To descibe something.
How often should parentheses be used?
As often as possible
Only when necessary
Whenever you want
Can parentheses be used in any kind of writing?
Yes, of course
No, not at all
Can brackets and parentheses be interchanged?
Is it absolutely necessary to use parentheses while writing something?
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