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Grammar Quiz #2

Test your grammar... again!
Select the option that makes the sentence grammatically correct.
Quiz by Ginger2177
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Last updated: August 2, 2020
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1. (When's/Whens) (you're/your) Birthday?
When's, you're
When's, your
Whens, you're
Whens, your
2. I have two (daughter-in-laws/daughters-in-law).
Daughter-in-laws
Daughters-in-law
3. Every girl must pack (her/their) own picnic lunch.
Her
Their
4. I have been (accepted/excepted) into a University.
Accepted
Excepted
5. Poor grammar has an adverse (affect/effect) on my mental health.
Affect
Effect
6. (Apostrophes/Apostrophe's) are one of the most commonly misused punctuation marks.
Apostrophes
Apostrophe's
7. The man (that/which/who/whom) works in the store has three cats.
That
Which
Who
Whom
8. Do not (lose/loose) your laptop.
Lose
Loose
9. I went outside to get a (breathe/breath) of fresh air.
Breathe
Breath
10. (Your/you're) being unreasonable.
Your
You're
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Level 56
Mar 6, 2022
For #3, the use of “their” to refer to a singular antecedent has been used by and since Shakespeare and has become widely accepted.