English Quizzes & Trivia

Do you know your adverbs from your adjectives? Are you well read in Eliot, Ellison, and Ernest Hemingway – have you covered Shakespeare from cover to cover? Can you pick themes and tones out of prose and poetry with equal ease, and can you rhapsodize about rhetorical devices until the metaphorical cows come home?

Whether you’re at ease with the education you get in English class, or you can’t tell an article from an aardvark, we have the solution for you: either convey your vivacious command of verbiage by knocking the socks off of our English trivia quizzes, or put some pep in your test prep by using this chance to practice what you didn't pick up the first time around!
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English I Level: A1 Units I and II Skill: Use of English and vocabulary. Total Grade: 20 Total of items: 20 Students: University students Number of students: 20 To take the quiz write your name and surname into...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 61631   |  Last updated: Jun 12, 2020
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    Part 1. INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the correct answer to complete each question. Anna: Are you Spanish? Marco: No, _________

This test assumes at an intermediate to advanced level and skips over easy questions. If you know for sure you have accomplished enough to be at that level; this test is for you. This quiz features over 40 questions of English...

Questions: 40  |  Attempts: 12361   |  Last updated: Jul 3, 2020
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    I’m busy right now, but I’ll be with you ___ a moment

A negative question is one that calls the respondent to answer no to an affirmative answer and a yes for a negative answer. These questions can be confusing if one does not know the difference. If you are an ESL student this...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 18992   |  Last updated: Oct 27, 2020
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    When is a negative question used?

Answer all the questions. Choose the best answer.

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 7922   |  Last updated: Jan 30, 2013
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    Where does a dentist work?


Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 3254   |  Last updated: Jul 14, 2020

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