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  • Dear Sirs, or whomsoever,

    If I were to go out in public, I would know the difference between 'wear' and 'were' beforehand, thus not to put my foot in it when configuring quizzes, the moreso for quizzes that exhort my learning English!

    Neddie
    1
  • 5. If you went out in public would you were...

    I once WORE a shoe, but I never were one, not even subjunctively.

    M arvellous, innit?

    OKAY
    1
  • why was it asking me to learn cricket when I gave cricket as an answer? I'm offended by a quiz that has no logic and can't spell or punctuate. Does that make me posh?

    flowerfa1ry
    1
  • I may not be posh, but I do WEAR shoes!

    charliegirl
    1
  • Marvellous. That's how one spells 'Marvellous'.

    dommag
    1
  • Learn to spell! you are with the chavs who use 'your'for 'you're' and say 'should of' instead of 'should have' and as for 'were' for 'wear' the mind boggles old chum!

    oldpendant
    1
  • I can ride a horse - I clicked yes on that question. The result stated that perhaps I ought to learn to ride!

    valw
    1
  • By virtue of the fact that you appear not to know the difference between 'were' and 'wear' I think perhaps this survey is under researched as to what comprises POSH people. All of the questions therefore become quite irrelevant.

    Yram Eflor
    1
  • I find it quite amazing that so many took offence at the results shown. I was under the impression that this was supposed to be a bit of fun. Most noticed the abysmal spelling, (were, instead of wear) but nobody seemed to notice learnt, which should have read learned. As Lead facilitator said, 'At least get the spelling correct in quiz questions!'

    shutterbug
    1
  • I too was appalled at 'were trainers', and thought the quiz rather failed to show that I'm a bit posh by virtue of farmers' markets, craft fairs, some cricket and rugby, the odd Latin phrase, but I am mostly struck by these comments. These reveal that many people who spent 7 years at grammar schools - I went comprehensive after two - have either lost their sense of humour or feel themselves morally superior to a 'chav' underclass. No wonder there's so little outcry against the government's vindictive benefit reforms!

    tolerated tres
    1
    • horselover not polo lover here not posh. You are 21% posh!

      21%

      Sorry - If you are reading this, you could well be a chav. Come back when you have learnt some proper etiquette, BRUV!!

      Horselover1515
      1
  • So many questions should have had none of the above! I know it's only a bit of fun but do not appreciate being told to learn to speak english when one of the questions asked do I were trainers! Being educated in the state system does not make you a chav! Also no age differentiation seems to have been allowed for I went to infant junior and senior school primary to describe the schools came into use later, though my mother was a Primary teacher. I don't like any sports but put football as the most bearable.

    maisy
    1
  • I was at a direct grant school too - several of the questions I couldn't answer honestly.I live in a suburb - not city not country...... and I don;t want to be posh, but even with less than 25% I'm not a chav!

    vicarswife
    1
  • Before you call me a chav learn the difference between 'were' and 'wear'. I might not be posh but at least I can speak English!

    JR45
    1
  • It says I am not a chav, learning to ride a horse might help? I own and run a riding school and have 28 horses.I won a team gold medal in Rome and was European Champion in 1988.

    DPass
    1
  • The quiz was just a bit of 'fun', but as others have stated - at least get the Grammar correct!! As has been pointed out previously Grammar schools were not even mentioned. In the end this quiz is farcical!!

    ladypatsy
    1
  • Not very literate! Wear not were.
    Quiz null and void!

    Grahamkswilson
    1
  • It should be wear not were and marvellous has two ls not one. So maybe I'm posher than you think!

    Audbol
    1
  • this fatuous quiz is helping to perpetuate the class differences which it assumes to mock, in the same way as the book "the Sloane Rangers handbook" or some such name, did in the early eighties. Class distinction is no joke - joking about it is a way of dismissing it as irrelevant - and it is very relevant. We live in an unequal society and that is bad for everybody - I suggest you use your imagination to think of ways of closing the difference between the haves and have-nots.

    pinkgorilla
    1
  • It's official I'm common as muck !!

    Rosie13
    1
  • One could not be more incorrect!

    A person's social background is not relative to their level of intellect.

    Can you spell "classist, discriminative poppycock"?

    Quizmaster can't even decipher between " were " and " wear".

    Inbred.

    me2
    1
  • OK posh I'm not - however, I do know that I wear shoes. Learn to speak English Bruv!

    grammarpolice
    1
  • Wear is not spelt 'were' so you're definitely not posh. I went to a grammar school for girls but no grammar schools were included.

    I already know how to ride a horse yet was told to learn to ride.

    touchofclass
    1
  • "Wear" is not spelt "were"
    The school choices made no sense

    Not all of us use supermarkets, what about local shops?

    The final score didn't take account of my answers - I already know how to ride a horse.

    I thik you need to be posh in the first place before you ask other people whether they are.

    shadowblue
    1
  • I suggest you go back to school and learn English!

    mommashouse
    1
  • Hm it told me I am not really an Englishman. NO I am a WOMAN! pathetic, as are the spelling mistakes in the questions. Must try harder.

    brenw
    1

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