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  • I agree with Nick. How does one 'were' a pair of trainers?

    I don't honestly think you are qualified to judge a person's class level.

    Grammar school would have taught you basic spelling and obviously... ' grammar'.

    KevT67
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  • Ok. I need to learn to speak English? Sorry but I know how to spell it AND speak it, which you clearly don't dahhhhhhling

    NickyShakey
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  • What a strange quiz. Do the compilers not know that use of the term "chav" is vulgar? I don't watch sport and therefore the question is senseless. No references to reading material, newspapers read or television or films watched. Actually, this quiz appears to have been written by someone who attended a second-rate public school, with limited intelligence and understanding but imbued with a false sense of superiority.

    Sceptic
    1
  • If I'm 25% posh then i want 25% of David Bbeckham which if what we hear is true, is still plenty.

    Esther Blodgett
    1
  • According to this quiz, anyone who doesn't play or watch polo and didn't go to a private school is a chav. Then they have the audacity to tell me to learn the English language after failing to know the difference between 'were' and 'wear'. Wow...

    ILEOI
    1
    • YE, ITZ ALMOST AZ IF THOZE POINTS IS THE PROPPA WAY O FINDIN POSH LADZ!

      The Mighty E
      1
  • I'm sorry... did you all think this was a serious quiz???!!! Ha ha ha... marvellous!!!!

    rheys
    1
  • Exactly - I don't know anyone who 'were' a shoe! How can you make up a stupid quiz like this if you can't even spell!

    AussieD
    1
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    xcv
    1
  • This should state that only men are required to play!!! Home of the questions were aimed at the ladies!!

    HTCS82
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  • I too know that question 5 should say 'wear'. I do ride horses and I have played polo. I shop at the co-op because it's nearest. Only affected people call their parents Mummy and Daddy. Anyway - who wants to be thought of as 'posh' - does the writer of the quiz know where the term originated? I doubt it!

    tallisnan
    1
  • At least I can spell 'wear'

    Campbell
    1
  • My husband says, "If you had any idea who I am, you wouldn't be producing such dire drivel!!!

    Who uses the word "marvellous" these days - apart from those who are stuck in the 1930's.

    Besides, if you had a quality education, why can't you write proper English - Bruv!!!"

    Modern Woman
    1
  • What you see is what you get from me......too many pretentious people in the world today trying to be something they are not...just be yourself,and treat others the same way you would like to be treated.

    Ritchie K
    1
  • I think the How posh are you is geared for males only...and who ever created that quiz needs to learn how to spell and also their grammar...

    Countrylady
    1
  • If so called 'posh' people claim to be able to write 'good English' then why can't they spell?! It should be 'wear', not 'were.' Your 'posh education' is obviously not worth the paper it was written on. Just because a person does not fall into certain pre-decided categories it does not make them a 'chav!' I'm a perfectly respectable person, who knows how to write English correctly. I do not need to be a 'snob' to be able to do that, as it appears that you need to go back to school and practise your written English!

    Modern Woman
    1
  • "Spag_Hoops said: Nov 18 '13, 7:07AM

    Dear Shutterbug - it is spelt learnt not learned, so who's not posh now?"

    Actually, both variants are ok - especially outside the US. The author is evidently from the UK (see the list of shops).

    If you want to pull up the author on their piece, you could instead point out that it's 'others' not 'other'; 'wear' not 'were'; 'marvelous is US spelling - it's marvellous in the UK.....

    mariahd
    1
  • Dear Shutterbug - it is spelt learnt not learned, so who's not posh now? I hate all sports, so couldn't answer the last question - maybe though that's the only posh thing about me. I think also if there's a new version you could ask "have you ever used the word 'mollycoddled' in a serious sentence. Pompous must equal posh, surely?

    Spag_Hoops
    1
  • Question 3 makes no sense. Did you mean wear instead of were. VVVVVV chav to make basic grammatical mistakes

    dsnoless
    1
  • LOL! love how i'm meant to be a chav? far from it if i'm completely honest... I can't stand chavs, they are one of the most annoying people on this planet as they can't be bothered to talk English and talk their own fuddy-duddy language....

    BlondeBabe_x
    1
  • Tells me I should learn to ride a horse - already ticked the bow that I could! Duuuur!

    miacat
    1
  • I may not be 'posh' according to your quiz, BUT I can spell and when I go out in public I WEAR shoes, if I 'were' shoes, I would be a piece of Leather and not a person at all!!

    ronnie195
    1
  • Turns out it told me to learn English yet on question 5 I noticed the blinding error:

    "If you went out in public would you were"
    Were or wear?
    Good work :/

    mehman
    1
  • What a load of rubbish, didn't get Tv until I was 12, Graffiti never existed, Rugby and Football were the sports that we played, School Holidays was out with friends that is Girls and boys from dawn to dusk, we weren't mollycoddled like kids today. joined the Royal Navy and saw the world from 17yrs, learn't to become independent and worked for a living.

    davo1
    1
  • Question 5 is spelt incorrectly. Wear not were you fools

    cavalier666
    1
  • Hey great attempt for a quiz but I think people would know if their posh or not. :/

    dogloverforever
    1

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