Are you a Grammar Maniac? Then Try This Grammar Quiz

Grammar Quiz

Grammar – a subject that could either make or break your communication/comprehension skills. Good grammar is essential in both spoken and written language.

It is through good grammar that we can easily comprehend each other.

So, how well-versed are you in Grammar? Want to find out? Take our accurate Grammar Quiz and test yourself!

All you have to do is answer some basic grammar test questions. And we’ll tell you if you’re a grammar genius!

  • Question of

    Fill in the blanks with a verb in future continuous tense: I will be ____ to the market later in the evening.

    • Going
    • Walking
    • Gone
    • Go
  • Question of

    “I have a pen.” – In which tense is this sentence?

    • Present tense
    • Present tense (not sure)
    • I don’t know
    • What are you even talking about?
  • Question of

    Your friend sent you a text – I adviced you last week not to take the job. How do you react?

    • Giggle at the wrong word, but don’t say anything
    • Immediately correct my friend – it’s advised not, adviced
    • Reply to my friend’s message
    • Am I supposed to react to something? What’s wrong?
  • Question of

    How many parts of speech can you name?

    • All the basic eight parts of speech
    • Everything, including ‘determiners!’
    • Maybe 6
    • Noun? That’s it. Heh!
  • Question of

    At a family gathering, some said – Can you passed me the soda – what’s your instant reaction?

    • Turn away and giggle
    • Laugh and correct them right away
    • Indifference
    • Pass them the soda
  • Question of

    Below are some words, tick the one that doesn’t belong to the same category.

    • Reed
    • Yellow
    • Black
    • Blue
  • Question of

    Which sentence is ‘completely’ unacceptable?

    • I will have gone to the theatre.
    • I had my food tomorrow.
    • I am eating now.
    • I will be leaving for Vegas in a couple of days.
  • Question of

    “Simon threw the ball up in the sky.”What is the subject in this sentence?

    • I’m guessing, Simon?
    • Of course, it’s Simon.
    • The ball, maybe
    • Can’t say
  • Question of

    You’re at the bar. You call the bartender to order a drink; what would you say?

    • Hi, can you get me a glass of soda?
    • One glass of your most expensive champagne, please. Thank you!
    • I would like a glass of lemon juice in some time.
    • Hmmm… I usually let my friends order for me.
  • Question of

    What do you feel about the use of punctuation?

    • If grammar is a dish, punctuations are the salt!
    • Punctuation’s are essential
    • They’re quite important
    • I care less about punctuation’s