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English Quiz

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  1. The Road Signs of English
  2. Use Fewer Words but Say More
  3. What’s the Difference? ‘So’ and ‘So That’
  4. Four Adverbs: Just, Already, Still, Yet
  5. How to Talk About Preferences
  6. Old Grammar Rules You Can Break
  7. Don't Be Afraid of Contractions!
  8. Where Did You Learn English? Forming Questions, Part 3
  9. Forming Questions, Part 2: Yes or No Questions
  10. The Sounds of Grammar with Betty Azar
  11. Forming Questions, Part 1: Subject Questions
  12. Mmm, That's Good! Using Interjections
  13. Am I Being Watched? The Continuous Passive Form
  14. Cheer Up! Phrasal Verbs and Emotions
  15. Improve Your Writing with Inversion, Part 2
  16. Improve Your Writing with Inversion, Part 1
  17. The Exciting World of Participial Adjectives
  18. The Mysterious Word ‘Whose’
  19. Would You Like to Know More About 'Would'?
  20. The Many Uses of 'Would' in Everyday Speech, Part 1
  21. Before Fearing Adverb Phrases, Read This
  22. Do You Know What an Indirect Question Is?
  23. Cooking with Phrasal Verbs
  24. Are You Hungry for Food Phrasals? Part 1
  25. 30 Phrasal Verbs to Help You With Technology
  26. When You See an Adverb Clause, You'll Know
  27. Can You Find the Clauses?
  28. Learning Passive Modals: It Can Be Done!
  29. Phrasal Verbs with 'Take'
  30. Are You Crazy About English?
  31. Just in Case You Don't Use 'If'...
  32. Can I, Could I, May I?
  33. Use -Ever Words Whenever You Like
  34. Thinking About Using -ing Words?
  35. You Had Better Learn Modals!
  36. Making and Responding to Suggestions
  37. In, On, and At
  38. Could Have, Would Have, and Should Have
  39. Mastering Reported Speech
  40. Put Prepositions in Their Place
  41. Simple Past and Present Perfect
  42. Can You Correct 'Her and I?'
  43. Getting to Know Gerunds and Infinitives
  44. Learn 10 Separable Phrasal Verbs
  45. Grammar and Christmas
  46. What Do You Know About 'You Know?'
  47. What Do You Know About "You Know?"
  48. Contronyms Are 'Literally' The Best
  49. Short Sentences in Books, Movies, and Speech
  50. Thanksgiving and English Verbs
  51. James Bond Can Teach You About English Grammar
  52. Understanding Adverbs: Always
  53. Verbs and Gerunds in Speech and Fiction Writing
  54. Verbs and Infinitives in Everyday Speech
  55. The Word "That" in Everyday American English
  56. The Many Reasons for the Word 'The'
  57. Good and Nice: Common Adjectives with Many Uses
  58. Popular Culture and Academic Writing
  59. Are You Afraid of Adjectives and Prepositions?
  60. How to Show That You Are Not Sure
  61. Common Transition Words
  62. Six Differences Between British and American English
  63. Learners' Questions
  64. Reported Speech and the 'Historic Present' Tense
  65. The Teachers' Room
  66. Pronunciation in the News
  67. News Review
  68. Exam Skills
  69. Learners' Questions
  70. Academic Writing: Common Patterns, Part Two
  71. The Teachers' Room
  72. Pronunciation in the News
  73. News Review
  74. Exam Skills
  75. Learners' Questions
  76. Academic Writing: Common Patterns, Part 1
  77. The Teachers' Room
  78. Pronunciation in the News
  79. News Review
  80. Exam Skills
  81. Learners' Questions
  82. The Excitement of Three-Part Phrasal Verbs
  83. The Teachers' Room
  84. Pronunciation in the News
  85. News Review
  86. Exam Skills
  87. Learners' Questions
  88. Getting to Know the Verb 'Get'
  89. The Teachers' Room
  90. Pronunciation in the News
  91. News Review
  92. Exam Skills
  93. Learners' Questions
  94. Starting Sentences With Conjunctions
  95. The Teachers' Room
  96. Pronunciation in the News
  97. News Review
  98. Exam Skills
  99. Learners' Questions
  100. Why Americans Use Euphemisms
  101. The Teachers' Room
  102. Pronunciation in the News
  103. News Review
  104. Exam Skills
  105. Learners' Questions
  106. Expletives Are Not Always Bad Words
  107. The Teachers' Room
  108. Pronunciation in the News
  109. News Review
  110. Exam Skills
  111. Learners' Questions
  112. Common Sentence Patterns: Part Three
  113. The Teachers' Room
  114. Pronunciation in the News
  115. News Review
  116. Exam Skills
  117. Learners' Questions
  118. Studying Sentence Patterns to Improve Your Writing: Part Two
  119. The Teachers' Room
  120. Pronunciation in the News
  121. News Review
  122. Exam Skills
  123. Learners' Questions
  124. Studying Sentence Patterns to Improve Your Writing: Part One
  125. The Teachers' Room
  126. Pronunciation in the News
  127. News Review
  128. Exam Skills
  129. Essential English
  130. Learners' Questions
  131. Adventures with Adverbials: Part 2
  132. The Teachers' Room
  133. Pronunciation in the News
  134. News Review
  135. Exam Skills
  136. Learners' Questions
  137. Adventures with Adverbials: Part 1
  138. The Teachers' Room
  139. Pronunciation in the News
  140. News Review
  141. Exam Skills
  142. Learners' Questions
  143. The Different Meanings of 'Take'
  144. The Teachers' Room
  145. Pronunciation in the News
  146. News Review
  147. Exam Skills
  148. Learners' Questions
  149. The Teachers' Room
  150. Different Meanings of 'Make' in Everyday Speech
  151. Different Meanings of 'Make' in Everyday Speech
  152. Pronunciation in the News
  153. News Review
  154. Exam Skills
  155. Learners' Questions
  156. Would You Like to Learn About Modal Auxiliaries?
  157. Would You Like to Learn About Modal Auxiliaries?
  158. The Teachers' Room
  159. Pronunciation in the News
  160. News Review
  161. Exam Skills
  162. Learners' Questions
  163. The Teachers' Room
  164. Different Meanings of 'Have' in Everyday Speech
  165. Different Meanings of 'Have' in Everyday Speech
  166. Pronunciation in the News
  167. News Review
  168. Exam Skills: 5 tips to help you with speaking exams
  169. Learners' Questions
  170. Common Ways to Express Purpose
  171. Common Ways to Express Purpose
  172. The Teachers' Room
  173. Pronunciation in the News
  174. News Review
  175. Exam Skills: 6 tips to help you with reading exams
  176. Learners' Questions
  177. The Teachers' Room
  178. Sentence Relatives: Showing Feeling, Interpreting Information
  179. Pronunciation in the News
  180. News Review
  181. Exam Skills: 6 tips for getting ready for your exams
  182. Learners' Questions
  183. Noun Clauses in Everyday Speech
  184. The Teachers' Room
  185. Pronunciation in the News
  186. News Review
  187. Exam Skills
  188. Learners' Questions
  189. The Many Ways to Say 'Okay'
  190. The Teachers' Room
  191. Pronunciation in the News
  192. News Review
  193. Exam Skills
  194. Learners' Questions
  195. The Teachers' Room
  196. Using Discourse Markers in American English
  197. Pronunciation in the News
  198. News Review
  199. Exam Skills
  200. Learners' Questions
  201. The Teachers' Room
  202. Take a Break with Commas
  203. Pronunciation in the News
  204. News Review
  205. Exam Skills
  206. Learners' Questions
  207. Infinitives in Everyday Speech
  208. The Teachers' Room
  209. Pronunciation in the News
  210. News Review
  211. Exam Skills
  212. Learners' Questions
  213. The Teachers' Room
  214. Imprecise Noun Phrases in Conversation
  215. Pronunciation in the News
  216. News Review
  217. Exam Skills
  218. Learners' Questions
  219. The Teachers' Room
  220. Commonly Used Nouns
  221. Pronunciation in the News
  222. News Review
  223. Exam Skills
  224. Learners' Questions
  225. The Teachers' Room
  226. 'Providing' More Assistance With Prepositions
  227. Pronunciation in the News
  228. News Review
  229. Exam Skills
  230. Learners' Questions
  231. The Teachers' Room
  232. Disagreements in Everyday Conversation, Part Two
  233. Pronunciation in the News
  234. News Review
  235. Exam Skills
  236. Learners' Questions
  237. The Teachers' Room
  238. Disagreements in Everyday Conversation
  239. Pronunciation in the News
  240. News Review
  241. Exam Skills
  242. Learners' Questions
  243. The Teachers' Room
  244. Common Adverbs in Conversation: Amplifiers, Downtoners
  245. Pronunciation in the News
  246. News Review
  247. Exam Skills
  248. Our new course!
  249. Tim's Pronunciation Workshop
  250. Adverb and Adjective Choices in Conversation
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92 thoughts on “English Quiz”

  1. Honestly i dont know how to answer this quiz,cause i also dont know what the question is :’) i just saw a underlined words and i dont know where the question :v , so i just answered without thinking before , pls someone explain to me how to answer this quiz 🙂

    1. I think this some of the questions are taken from toefl (itp) structure exercise… I think you can find samples online.
      Hope it helps 🙂

  2. No instructions, no questions, i dont know what i was doing, can u pls make it easy by putting instructions. Thanks

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  5. I am sorry I don’t understand. What is this? Where the questions ?
    I won’t to learn English language but what I am going supposed to do? Can anyone tech me? Please…


  6. i’m sorry , i dont know what is this ? where the question? what’s the meaning of the underline in every question ? i just answered without thinking before :v , anyone can help me ? thx b4

  7. I can speak english a little bit, but when I come to the grammar, well…I cant give any guarantee that I understand grammar, I almost do many mistakes on grammar…I wont deny that Im difficult to learn grammar. Hope with this exercises I can improve my grammar…

  8. i really interest with this quiz but i don’t know how to answer it because there are some words that was underlined… how to answer it. please someone help me to give the instruction of the quiz. thank you so much.

  9. In actual sense I was confuse at the inception of the whole thing, but was able to turn things around I hope to improve in my subsequent tests, once you are able to comprehend off you go big ups

  10. Obviously i’m not able to answer some questions because of the misunderstanding. Please tell me a bit about the criteria to answer. I filled correctly all the answers in the corresponding gaps but for other questions I don’t really know how to do.

  11. I didn’t know how to answer the question because I didn’t understand them I just piked up so make it more clear and I will try again

  12. Really need a help to learn English. Also, practice. So that I can improve my English skills. Anyone wants to help me?

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  16. 1. After Dr. Werner Arber discovered restriction enzymes, Drs. Daniel Nathan, Hamilton Smith, and “him” were awarded the Nobel prize for their research in that field.

    *May I know why does the incorrect word is “him”?
    2. Although no country has exactly the same folk music “like” that of any other, it is significant that similar songs exist among widely separated people.

    *May I know why does the incorrect word is “like”?

    3. During Jackson’s administration, those who did not approve of “permit” common people in the White House were shocked by the president’s insistence that they be invited into the mansion

    *May I know why does the incorrect word is “permit”?

    4. Benjamin Franklin was the editor of the largest newspaper in the colonies, a diplomatic representative to France and later to England, and “he invented” many useful devices.

    *May I know why does the incorrect word is “he invented”?

    5. Please send me information “with regard of” insurance policies available from your company.

    *May I know why does the incorrect word is “with regard of”?

  17. It’s amazing. But I don’t understand what the questions.
    Please help me to learn english language..

  18. Hello
    I took the quiz and I came seventh. I’m wondering if you offer full scholarship for degree programmes too because that’s what I’m interested in.
    A positive reply will be highly appreciated.
    Thank you

  19. Thanks very much, i love it model methode for learning individual than i will try and step by step speak, so very good for interview and make resume and write journal.