Grammer quiz - how good are you?

Example of grammar: Grammar is slowly changing. Sentences English speakers find normal today might have seemed strange to people 100 years ago. Some people use grammar that is different from others' when speaking. They might say, "I didn't do nothing" rather than "I didn't do anything." They usually do this because that is what is normal in their family or the area where they live.

What is a genius?: A genius is a person who is exceptionally intelligent. People may have different ideas of how clever one has to be in order to be called a "genius". A genius may be extremely clever at maths or science or games such as chess, or they may be creative geniuses who are brilliant writers, musicians or artists.

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  1. Which is correct: alot or a lot?
  2. Are scientific names italized or underlined?
  3. Which is correct?: The dog wagged its tail; or the dog wagged it's tail.
  4. Which is wrong?: Your welcome; or, You're welcome ?
  5. Which one is correct? T-rex, T. rex, t. rex; or t-rex?
  6. Should God be capitalized?
  7. What is a gerund?
  8. What's an onomatopoeia?
  9. Which is correct?: The capital is a huge building; or, The capitol is a huge building
  10. Fill in the blank: ___ in the house.

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