English for Dummies

Are you able to answer these relatively easy English questions?
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Last updated: February 7, 2021
First submittedFebruary 7, 2021
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Question 1 of 5
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Plurals.
Mouse
Leaves
Devices
House
Drawing
Baskets
Rope
Sharks
Window
Trees
Cape
Holes
Boys
Parent
Cloud
Building
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Punctuation.
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,
%
()
+
/
=
$
*
#
&
:
;
@
“”
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Nouns.
Fast
House
Swim
Basketball
New York
Bouncy
Speedy
California
2019
Bag
Cold
Nice
Door
Candle
Hot
Weird
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Dialogue.
Jerome walked into his house.
He was feeling upbeat and cheerful.
“I got an A+ on my math test!”
His mother was ecstatic.
“Your grades are finally going up!”
“How did you do it though? You are never studying when I see you.”
Jerome knew exactly how to respond.
“Well, I have been taking after school classes.”
Jerome’s mother did not know how to respond
“Remember all those times I said I was going to be at a friends?”
His mother knew.
“Well, I was actually at school studying.”
“Why didn’t you tell me?” She asked.
“I wanted to surprise you.”
Jerome’s mother was certainly surprised.
Jerome’s grades continued to get better, and everyone was proud of him.
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Numbers.
Three
Five
Bike
Thirty
Tree
Six
Foot
Shirt
Too
Nine
Seven
Game
Board
Seventeen
Bracelet
Wire
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Level 52
Feb 11, 2021
Great Quiz! Had no idea that (), /, *, &, "" were considered punctuation
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Level 51
Feb 11, 2021
Well, they can be used in sentences, and besides, that’s why you take these quizzes, to learn!
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Level 54
Jul 31, 2022
Being used in a sentence does not automatically make a symbol a mark of punctuation or else all symbols denoting currency, for example, would be punctuation.
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Level 54
Jul 31, 2022
Asterisks and ampersands are debatable. Unicode considers them punctuation but most language references consider them symbols.
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Level 56
May 16, 2022
Both "Cold" and "2019" can be considered nouns in certain contexts. For example:

- The cold was difficult to ignore.

- 2019 was the calm before the storm.

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Level 54
Jul 31, 2022
Agree, and 2019 is more likely to be a noun except in a context like the 2019th something.