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Grammar quiz

Proper grammar is crucial in our industry. A slip of an apostrophe or careless use of a comma can be a disaster when you’re writing for a big audience. To keep myself in check, I usually refer to my trusty AP Style Book at least once a day. When was the last time you tested yourself on written language?

Take this short grammar quiz!

Which is correct?
A. The dog chased it’s tail.
B. The dog chased its tail. 

Which sentence follows AP Style?
A. My favorite subjects are math, science and history.
B My favorite subjects are math, science, and history.

Which of the following is correct?
A. I can’t go out till I mow the lawn.
B. I can’t go out until I mow the lawn

Which of the following is correct?
A. Does you’re brother like his new school?
B. Does your brother like his new school?

Which sentence is correct?
A. Because you’re tire is loose, you will probably lose the race.
B. Because you’re tire is lose, you will probably loose the race.
C. Because your tire is loose, you will probably lose the race.
D. Because you’re tire is loose, you will probably lose the race.

How do you think you did? Are you a bit rusty?


Answers:
  B, A, B, B, C

Simple little exercises like this can really help when you come across future complex grammar situations.

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