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#1

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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#2

Only one of these is correct. Which one?

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  • Are you sure that’s not Harries coffee? Who’s is it?

  • Are you sure thats not Harrys coffee? Who’s is it?

  • Are you sure that’s not Harry’s coffee? Whose is it?

  • Are you sure thats not Harry’s coffee? Whose is it?

  • Are you sure that’s not Harry’s coffee? Who’s is it?

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#3

Which word should go in the blank: "I will not be _____ by your sudden but inevitable betrayal!"

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  • Affected

  • Effected

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#4

Alright smarty pants. It's easy enough to put sentences together. But do you really understand them? Tell us: Which of these sentences starts with a subordinate clause?

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  • Because the days are getting longer, I know that summer is nearly here.

  • I know that summer is nearly here because the days are getting longer.

  • The days are getting longer.

  • I know that summer is nearly here.

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#5

Which of these is an example of a split infinitive?

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  • Boldly, to go where no man has gone before.

  • To boldly go where no man has gone before.

  • To go boldly where no man has gone before.

  • To go where no man has gone before, boldly.

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#6

Which of these words is a collective noun?

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    Players

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