How's Your Grammar?

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Shana_Yagami said:
May 20 '15, 1:46PM

86%
Your grammar is 86% correct.

86%
Congratulati ons! You have a fine mastery of the English language! your skills are superb! (However, if you scored slightly less than 100%, you should probably take a refresher course!)

Not bad... But I expected to score at least 95% , guess I have to take a refresher course and see where I went wrong....

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Mar 4 '14, 6:39AM

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kittykraft said:
Jul 7 '12, 9:00PM

Regarding the last question on your test, according to Webster's Dictionary, the use of either "further" or "farther" is acceptable within that context! Check it out!!!

icecream987 said:
Mar 16 '12, 5:16PM

i'm 13 too and i got 29%

icecream987 said:
Mar 16 '12, 5:15PM

i'm 13 too and i got 29%

Kristingm said:
Jan 17 '12, 10:03AM

100% ^_^

rvngrnaji said:
Sep 25 '11, 6:28PM

-This section measures test-taker�s ability to use writing to communicate in an academic environment. There will be four writing tasks.
For the first writing task, test-taker will read a paragraph, and then answer a question based on his/her own knowledge and experience to write notice informing House Captains and Badge Holders about a meeting to discuss the arrangements for the programme ,in not more than 50 words .That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 5.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing.
For the second writing task, test-taker will follow the same former way in which the test-taker will use hi/her language to write postcard to his/her friend Kama/kamala, informing him/her about how they have benefited him/her in not more than 50 words. That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 5.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing.
For the third writing task, test-taker will also follow the same former two ways based on taking ideas form the hints given below in which the test takers will use their language to write a letter to the editor of national daily in about 150-175 words about prevalence of child labour in spit of the strict rules laid down by the government. That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 10.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing. For the forth writing task, test-taker will also follow the same former three ways based on chart and some hints given below in which the test takers will use their language to write article depended on information given bellow about the outbreak of swine flu and the number of lives taken by it, in 150-175 words. The test takers will depend on their experience by using

rvngrnaji said:
Sep 25 '11, 6:20PM

-This section measures test-taker�s ability to use writing to communicate in an academic environment. There will be four writing tasks.
For the first writing task, test-taker will read a paragraph, and then answer a question based on his/her own knowledge and experience to write notice informing House Captains and Badge Holders about a meeting to discuss the arrangements for the programme ,in not more than 50 words .That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 5.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing.
For the second writing task, test-taker will follow the same former way in which the test-taker will use hi/her language to write postcard to his/her friend Kama/kamala, informing him/her about how they have benefited him/her in not more than 50 words. That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 5.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing.
For the third writing task, test-taker will also follow the same former two ways based on taking ideas form the hints given below in which the test takers will use their language to write a letter to the editor of national daily in about 150-175 words about prevalence of child labour in spit of the strict rules laid down by the government. That means it gives the test takers opportunity to practice language - in real-life language use (authentic). This item carries a maximum mark that is 10.out of 30 marks has been allotted for writing. For the forth writing task, test-taker will also follow the same former three ways based on chart and some hints given below in which the test takers will use their language to write article depended on information given bellow about the outbreak of swine flu and the number of lives taken by it, in 150-175 words. The test takers will depend on their experience by using

pspianist said:
Apr 22 '11, 7:38AM

86%.

Better than expected :). Anyway, only 13 years old, I still have a few more years of high school to further my English language skills.

littleredT said:
Apr 6 '11, 6:16PM

Your grammar is 50% correct.

You definitely need some tutoring! Stop taking so many quizzes and study so you don't come across as ignorant! There is no excuse for such a low score (unless, of course, you're illiterate or still learning).

That is cause I am still learning. I am only in elementry school. . .

Xquisite_Pearl said:
Oct 28 '10, 12:20PM

Hmm....not bad

MaggiErisian said:
Jun 21 '09, 3:17PM

Your comment, anglebumblebee16, should read: It would've helped if you'd (you had) used grammatically correct sentences in your test. Only then could you accurately (yes, there's supposed to be an e in there) test grammar. Better (capitalise the first letter of a sentence) luck next time.


At least you didn't write "would of" like I've seen so many write.

MaggiErisian said:
Jun 21 '09, 3:11PM

And it would help if you had spelled words correctly in your comment. Maybe you should cite examples of what you think was incorrect instead of criticising.

anglebumblebee16 said:
Jun 17 '09, 11:25AM

It would've helped if you've used grammatically correct sentences in your test. Only then could you accuratly test grammar. :/ better luck next time eh?



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