Quiz: Can You Pass This Advanced ESL English Grammar Quiz?
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Can You Pass This Advanced ESL English Grammar Quiz?
By: Stella Alexander
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About This Quiz

Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. These words make up the basis of English grammar. There are millions of people who grow up learning English, and it's taught in schools all around the world. Even with it being forced into the curriculum, there are tons of native speakers who still can't seem to master the grammar. If this is hard for them, you can only imagine how it is for English as a Second Language (ESL) students! Can you prove that you know the basics and pass this advanced ESL quiz?

Around the world, you'll find 360 million people who speak English as their first language. While that seems like a small figure compared to the 7.5 billion people in the world, the number becomes more impressive when you include all the English speakers. Although 360 million speak English as their first language, there are around 1.5 billion people who speak English in general. This is 20% of the world's population! You'll find English as the official language in countries like Singapore, Kenya and Ireland. In countries such as Brazil, Spain, Russia and dozens more, their natives would have to enroll in an ESL course. Learning English words is one feat, but mastering the grammar is another accomplishment, one that many native speakers have yet to do. Have you? Whether English is your first language, second or maybe even third, test your grammar knowledge with this advanced ESL quiz!

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Could you please be quiet? I'm ______ the phone.
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Should I give this book to ______ or to Michelle?
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David and Gabrielle _________ people that I know.
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There aren't _____ libraries in my town.
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Nicholas wants ______ at the Mexican restaurant.
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Is this _____ book? Does it belong to you?
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How ______ apples are there on the table?
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We ________ study for this test.
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The United States is big, but Canada is _______ the United States
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I can't talk to you right now because I __________.
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Was it cold last week? Yes it _______.
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_________ answered the door when I knocked.
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Are you happy now? Yes I _______.
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My brother's name ________ Fred. He is a teacher.
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Paris is the capital of France, _________?
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What is the proper ending of the verb in parentheses: My friend (study) at the library in town.
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My birthday is in February. I was born ____ February 10.
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After we got _____ the airplane, we found our seats and sat down.
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I don't like that dog. _____ bit me last week.
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His grandfather is ______ in his family.
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We can't go shopping. We didn't bring _______ money with us.
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We are planning on _________ a party this weekend.
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It's not theirs, it's _______. We bought it yesterday.
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Did you find out very ________ information about the college?
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My father _________ a tie at work.
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My brother is taller than my sister, but my sister __________.
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I _________ dinner because we ordered Chinese food a few minutes ago.
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______ you late? No, I ______.
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_________ can lift this box! It's too heavy to lift.
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________ you at the company meeting last Wednesday?
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My friend ________ in class right now. She's in the library.
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It usually rains a lot in your state, __________?
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What is the proper ending of the verb in parentheses: Cameron (go) to school very early in the morning.
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My last class ends _____ 3 p.m.
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I was ______ time for class today, but I was late yesterday.
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