Please keep the archaic forms and but accept the correct forms for the 2nd person
I live in New Jersey, but grew up in New Hampshire. As an outsider I've noticed that many people, especially from the older generation (over 60), often say "yous" for the 2nd person plural. Like, when asking my wife and I where we went, my father-in-law might ask, "Where'd yous go?"; but, he wouldn't use "yous" if just asking about where I went.
I had no idea what obj refl was though, had most of the rest filled in and that one stayed blank for a long while. Thankfully I got a start when I thought, "how else can I refer to myself" once I got that one the rest of the row was easy.
Can't believe I beat 97,8% of the people that took this quiz! :) (or that the average is actually quite low, would have expected it to be above 40 atleast, atm it is at 31..)
Please do more quizes with tables :) (and maps with certains quizes are nice too, for the non geogrpahy ones, like I dont know if you could see on the map which countries have elephants, or where they drink the most coffee per capita)
three least-guessed answers. I perhaps could have read the instructions but I got cocky haha. A very well done to any non-native speakers who did this quiz and got even half of it!
1: having the characteristics of the language of the past and surviving chiefly in specialized uses
an archaic word
NOTE: In this dictionary the label archaic is affixed to words and senses relatively common in earlier times but infrequently used in present-day English."
Seems like it would fit words like "thou" and "thine" pretty well, and in fact that's exactly how the dictionary has them labeled.
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