Do You Really Have Perfect English Skills?

Do you have what it takes to be a champion of the English language? You won't find out 'til the end of this quiz!

Johan Beornson The Ist
On Nov 22, 2018

The underlined word is a:

The underlined word is primarily a:

The underlined word functions as a(n):

The underlined name is the _____ of the sentence.

The underlined word is the _____ of the sentence.

In this sentence, 'timeless' is the:

The underlined word is a:

Grammar Shammer

Grammar Shammer

We all have our strengths and yours must be trigonometry, knitting, or some form of ninjitsu, because a grammar hammer you are not! Don't take this the wrong way, even presidents fumble the English language and make up the occasional word (or five). So long as you promise to master the differences between there, their, and they're, all is forgiven!

Word Blurred

Word Blurred

Not too bad! You shall gallop forward upon a noble grammar steed with abundant confidence in your utilitarian understanding of American English! Like us, you cringe (or throw expensive china against the wall) every time you see someone misuse they're, their, or there, and are confident that puppies die with each swapped "your" or "you're". With just a bit more work you could surely become a Grammar Master!

Grammar Slammer

Grammar Slammer

Exemplary, my liege! Your mastery of American English is unparalleled (not unparalelled as so many would believe) and your abundant knowledge is greatly appreciated (what, with there being a societal deprivation of such). Your innate intelligence is applied dutifully and naturally to such concepts as predicates, complements, objects, nouns, verbs, adjectives, and -GASP- spelling words correctly and/or using them in proper context! We bow to you, Grammar Master! Carry thy banner high and mighty!