Tab Grammar Quiz

Think you know it all eh? Test yourself on our grammar quiz.

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Do misplaced apostrophes’ grind your gears? Do you hate it when someone wants to naively split infinitives? Do, you loathe a misplaced comma? Have you found yourself getting bellyache: over colons? Well you’ll love this grammar quiz.

Consider yourself a blonde haired Aryan grammar perfection? You can read and write, but are not anally retentive? Let’s find out.

For goodness sake, how wrong is this sentence?

For goodness’ sake, how wrong is this sentence?

2

The fish was covered in mucus.

The fish was covered in mucous.

 

Mucus or mucous?

Mucus or mucous?

3

They’re there with their hare, which was theirs but now is theirs, though they’re pretty angry about it.

They’re there with their hare, which was theirs but now is theirs, though their pretty angry about it.

4

The spilt red wine complemented the already disgusting curry.

The spilt red wine complimented the already disgusting curry.

5

Ivan stumbled into her breasts; he was drunk.

Ivan stumbled into her breasts: he was drunk.

Semi or not?

Semi or not?

 6

Girton is farther away than Oxford.

Girton is further away than Oxford.

Who do I speak of?

Whom do I speak of?

8

My dog and I were kicked by an elephant.

My dog and me were kicked by an elephant.

9

Despite the fact that I practised, I could never unicycle to darts practice.

Despite the fact that I practised, I could never unicycle to darts practise.

 

Do you practise or practice?

Do you practise or practice?

10

By mentioning the swap, she eluded to his naked press-ups.

By mentioning the swap, she alluded to his naked press-ups.

Too easy?

I hope you enjoyed the quiz and I hope some of you enjoy commenting below on how bad my grammar is outside of the deliberate mistakes. Splitting hairs has never been so fun.