Ultimate English/Writing Quiz (Prep-6)

Ultimate English/Writing Quiz (Prep-6)

This Ultimate English/Writing quiz will start with easy questions (prep level), but then it will gradually get harder. (P.S, when you see this symbol: "<", that's because q feast auto-corrects the lowercase no matter what.)

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Which sentence is correct? (Prep)

Sally went to the park
<sally went to the park
<sally went to the park.
Sally went to the park.
SALLY WENT TO THE PARK.

Which sentences are correct? (Prep)

Daniel walked home he arrived early.
Daniel walked home. He arrived early.
<daniel walked home he arrived early
<daniel walked home he. arrived early.'

Which sentence is correct? (Grade 1)

I talked to daniel.
I talked to Daniel.
I talked To daniel.

Which sentence is correct? (Grade 1)

I did not think i would do that.
I did not think I would do that.

Select the non-fiction text types. (Grade 1)

Select the two correct answers
Narrative
Recount
Informative
Poem

Use the question mark correctly. (Grade 1)

Do you like fruit?
I like fruit?
I really like fruit?

Select one synonym of 'good.' (Grade 2)

Bad
Apple
Great

Which sentence is correct? (Grade 2)

She likes red orange blue purple hats.
She likes red, orange, blue, purple hats.
She likes red, orange, blue, and purple hats.

Select the verbs. (Grade 3)

Select the three correct answers
Like
Road
Apple
Good
Fly
Say

Which one qualifies as a sentence? (Grade 3)

At the place
I arrived at the place.
Arrived at the place.

Select the past tense. (Grade 3)

Run
Ran

Which sentence is correct? (Grade 4)

Come with me! Alexander said.
"Come with me!" Alexander said.

Select the preposition. (Grade 4)

Over
Car
Went
Good

Use the apostrophe correctly. (Grade 5)

Look at Darren's shop!
Look at Darrens' shop!
Look at Darrens shop!

Use the apostrophe correctly. (Part 2) (Grade 5)

I like James's car.
I like James car.
I like James' car.

Select the coordinating conjunctions. (Grade 5)

Select the two correct answers
And
Because
Even though
Yet
Why
Casually

Use the comma correctly. (Grade 6)

Commas, are useful but they are used incorrectly, sometimes.
Commas are useful, but they are used incorrectly sometimes.
Commas are useful but, they are used incorrectly sometimes.

What type of word is "The?" (Grade 6)

Pronoun
Adverb
Article
Noun
Conjunction