Its two common for smart people too make grammar mistakes. What's you're grammar IQ?
Let's say you're addressing a holiday card to a family with the last name "Smith." How should it appear on the envelope?
- The Smith's
- The Smiths
- The Smiths'
Finish these sentences: "Brian and ___ shared a pizza." "The dog ran right over to Brian and ___."
Which of the following is a correct representation of how a year should be written?
- the 1990s
- the 1990's
- the nineteen nineties
Add in the missing words: "___ time for the dog to get ___ bath."
- Its, its
- Its, it's
- It's, its
Fill in the blanks: "The Atlanta Falcons are going to ____ in the playoffs again." "I lost so much weight that my pants are getting ___!
- lose, loose
- loose, loose
- loose, lose
Which of these is a real word?
What's the meaning of "i.e.," anyway?
- "in other words"
- "that is"
- both of the above
Which fits into this sentence? "I'd rather have steak ______ chicken for dinner."
- Either — they're interchangeable.
True or false: "Less" and "fewer" can be used interchangeably.
True or false: There should always be a comma before "and" if you're separating elements in a series.
- Well, that all depends.