NATIONAL GRAMMAR DAY TEST
What better way could there be to celebrate National Grammar Day than with a test?
Find and correct all the errors that occur in the following examples.
Do the math to determine your grammar skill and score. Any more than two mistakes is considered a failure.
1. Him and myself are going to the casino and win some money.
2. I never could see (its, it’s) use.
3. Not one of them answers (is, are) correct.
4. It wasn’t (I, me) that broke that window.
5. Everybody must pay (their, his) taxes.
6. All of the stores (close, closes) in the evening.
7. These books are (theirs, their’s).
8. She sings (beautifully, beautiful).
9. He swims and dives (good, well).
10. The child does not feel (good, well).
11. John and me will help you.
12. (Who, whom) are you waiting for?
13. I have never (drove, driven) over this road before.
14. The mat was (lying, laying) at the front door.
15. His clock don’t keep good time.
16. I seen many strange birds at the zoo.
17. You should of seen the circus when it was in town.
18. The children have went to school.
19. Neither of the windows shut tight.
20. I bought this car for she and her mother.
The word for today is “haggard”
What part of speech is “haggard”?
Define “haggard” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning clearly.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.