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What are some grammar questions?

12 Most Popular Grammar Questions and Answers on WritersDigest….

  • Which vs. That.
  • Lay vs. Lie (vs.
  • Do you underline book titles?
  • When do I spell out numbers?
  • Ensure vs.
  • Into vs.
  • The Rule is Not “A” Before Consonants and “An” Before Vowels.
  • Is It People or Persons?

What is grammar question and answer?

A statement is a sentence that tells you something. A question is a sentence that asks you something. A statement does not require an answer. A question requires an answer.

Where can I ask English grammar questions?

Simple Guide to Asking Open Questions in English

  • What is your name?
  • Where do you come from?
  • When does the lesson begin?
  • Which course should I take?
  • Why am I here?
  • Who are you?
  • How does this website work?
  • Whose website is this?

What is grammar quiz?

Grammar quizzes are great tools for helping you figure out what you or your students know and don’t know. Once you have that information, you can focus your studies or instruction on the concepts that are most needed. You’ll find links to six grammar quizzes below.

What are some good English questions?

100 Answers to Common English Questions

  • What do you do? This question means “What is your job/profession?”
  • Are you married?
  • Why are you studying English?
  • Where/How did you learn English?
  • What do you do in your free time?
  • What’s the weather like? / How’s the weather?
  • What time is it? / Do you have the time?

What is a bad grammar?

The subject of the sentence (the person or thing doing the action) has to agree in number with the verb (the word representing the action). Otherwise, you have an example of bad grammar. Here are some examples of situations where the subject and verb do not agree with one another: Anna and Mike is going skiing.

How should we test grammar?

The most common way of testing grammatical knowledge is the multiple-choice test, and the most common multiple-choice item is one in which the student selects a word to complete the sentence correctly. Students can also be asked to select ale correct response to an utterance or to choose the most equivalent statement.