"I Judge You" spinoff quiz

English grammar is not subjective. All right, it is a bit. However, there are some solid rules that anyone can learn. Try this quiz to see if your English is up to scratch.

If you don't know the difference between "your" and "you're", you aren't going to score highly on this quiz. I hope nobody ends up drastically disappointed.

Created by: Lucy Jones
  1. Please allow ___ to introduce ___.
  2. "As a small child, his father would tell him stories about bears." Acceptable?
  3. Have you read "Eats, Shoots and Leaves"?
  4. How many commas should appear in the following sentence? The boy who was a friend of Sam's despite all the trouble last March was the only one to laugh out loud.
  5. What are colons NOT for?
  6. Chris asked his mother if she was kidding. Correct?
  7. In your article you infer that anyone who disagrees with you is stupid. Correct?
  8. Well-bred individuals use hyphens accurately. Correct?
  9. I eat four apples, eight oranges, and two pears everyday. I have to open my bowels frequently. Acceptable?
  10. Julie is eight weeks' pregnant. Correct?

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