Grammar Quiz #1

Test your grammar!
Quiz by Ginger2177
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Last updated: August 2, 2020
First submittedAugust 2, 2020
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Average score80.0%
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1. The cat slept in (its/it's) bed.
Its
It's
2. (There/Their/They're) house is so cool.
There
Their
They're
3. Vivien and (me/I) went to the park to play soccer.
Me
I
4. (Whose/Who's/Whom) jacket is that?
Whose
Who's
Whom
5. Can I sit with (you're/your) group?
You're
Your
6. This is what should (have/of) happened.
Have
Of
7. I want to come (too/to) the pool too.
Too
To
8. My test result was better (than/then) (yours/your's).
Than, yours
Than, your's
Then, yours
Then, your's
9. Which title is correctly capitalised?
the Quick Brown Fox jumps Over the Lazy Dog
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog
The quick brown Fox jumps over the lazy Dog
10. I love (80's/'80s/80s) music.
80's
'80s
80s
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Level 32
Oct 4, 2021
Great quiz! Nominated

Should be featured some day

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Level 48
Mar 4, 2022
I just want to point out one mistake you made in this quiz.

For #9, technically all four titles are capitalized incorrectly. The one you marked as "correct" has the word "over" in it, which shouldn't be capitalized since it's a preposition with fewer than six letters. I've written a blog on this topic and maybe you should read it.

If you ever read this comment, please, make the "correct" title actually correct. This kind of mistakes absolutely should not appear in a grammar quiz.

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Level 54
Mar 6, 2022
For #9, widespread computer programs are set up to capitalize all initial letters in titles and that has become accepted. A related issue involves lists; before computers "the," "a," and "an" followed the rest of the title after a comma but now, unfortunately, few lists are formatted that way.