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Grammar is Tough: Do You Know It Well Enough to Pass Our Impossible Quiz?

English is a wild and wacky language, with all sorts of obscure and confusing rules. “I before e unless you’re a weird atheist under surveillance.” Do you know your grammar? Head back to high school English and we’ll find out.

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I know we said it would be hard, but we'll start with a softball, just to warm up. Which form of they're/their/there would you use in the blank: I want to go to _____ house.

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  • They’re

  • There

  • Their

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