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Are you an English grammar guru?

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Test your English grammar skills by identifying sentences that are grammatically correct
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. The woman never went into the city, because she didn’t feel comfortable driving in traffic. B. The woman never went into the city because she didn’t feel comfortable driving in traffic.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. Frank likes cows not goats. B. Frank had cows and goats on his farm. He likes the cows, but not the goats. C. Frank likes the cows not the goats. D. Frank had cows and goats on his farm. He liked cows, but not goats.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. He ran through the field as fast as he could all the while rain was soaking him to the bone. B. He ran through the field as fast as he could. All the while rain was soaking him to the bone.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentence. A. To boldly go where no man has gone before B. To go boldly where no man has gone before.
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Identify the sentence that is not ambiguous A. Archie gave the pen to Reggie after they met. B. When Archie and Reggie met, he gave the pen to him.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentence. A. My intention was to take her out to dinner, however I decided not to invite her after all. B. My intention was to take her out to dinner; however, I decided not to invite her after all.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentence. A. People move to Florida for: the warmer weather, the beach, and the theme parks. B. People move to Florida for three reasons: the warmer weather, the beach, and the theme parks. C. People move to Florida for the warmer weather, the beach, and the theme parks.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. The meeting, which had been planned for Monday, October 27, was rescheduled for Thursday so that everyone would be able to attend. B. The meeting had been planned for Monday, October 27, but there were some people who were not going to be available, so they rescheduled it for Thursday, October 30, and then all people would be able to attend. C. The meeting had been planned for Monday, October 27. But they rescheduled it for Thursday, October 30, since there were some people who were not going to be available. Now, all people would be able to attend.
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Identify the correct sentence. A. Before she had time to think about it Sharon jumped into the icy pool. B. Before she had time to think about it, Sharon jumped into the icy pool.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. He liked to read books, to watch movies and ice cream. B. He liked to read books, to watch movies and to eat ice cream.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. I don’t believe its finally Friday. B. I don’t believe it’s finally Friday. C. The cat was licking it’s tail. D. The cat was licking its tail.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. She was beautiful and she was happy and she was full of life. B. She was beautiful, and she was happy, and she was full of life.
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Identify the sentence that conveys the information that Mary found a girl's bracelet that was sparkly. A. While walking on the sidewalk, Mary found a girl’s sparkly bracelet. B. While walking on the sidewalk, Mary found a sparkly girl’s bracelet.
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Identify the correct sentence. A. The two best things about the party was the food and the music. B. The two best things about the party were the food and the music. C. The best thing about the party was the food and the music.
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Identify the correct sentence that conveys the information that the writer's 5-year-old loves three things — her teachers, Mary Poppins, and Cinderella. A. My 5-year-old loves her teachers, Mary Poppins, and Cinderella. B. My 5-year-old loves her teachers, Mary Poppins and Cinderella. C. My 5-year-old loves Mary Poppins, Cinderella and her teachers.
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Identify the grammatically correct sentences. A. The boys snuck home late that night. Then waited for the consequences. B. The boys snuck home late that night, then waited for the consequences.
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by Mahesh Godavarti