Beginning Grammar Quiz

Check Your Understanding of Beginning Level Grammar

Questions
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1. Are there __________ apples in the kitchen?

2. That is __________ interesting book.

3. I went __________ the movies last Sunday.

4. I __________ a new car last month.

5. I get up __________ seven o'clock every day.

6. What _________ in your free time?

7. My father __________ in a bank.

8. I __________ drive a car.

9. She __________ to the store yesterday.

10. I live in __________.

11. Today is __________ than yesterday.

12. There are __________ books on the table.

13. I would like __________ rice.

14. I went to Paris three years __________.

15. He speaks English __________.

16. What __________! Look at that mess!

17. He enjoys __________ football.

18. Paris is __________ city I have ever visited.

19. I'm going home __________ it's late.

20. __________ you ever been to Japan?

Beginning Grammar Quiz

You got: % Correct. Grammar Help Please!

I got Grammar Help Please!. Beginning Grammar Quiz
You'll need to study more!. John Fedele / Blend Images / Getty Images

The quiz was difficult, wasn't it? That's OK! You'll learn English grammar, but it will take some more time. Here are some ideas: Try to watch five minutes of TV in English every day. A short time will help you learn English. You can learn new vocabulary by using the new word in different sentences. Read your English homework aloud. It will help you remember the grammar!

You can learn about the mistakes on this quiz by studying the use of
'any' and 'some', the present simplepresent continuouspast simple, and the present perfect, as well as when to use prepositions like 'in', 'at' and 'on'.

Beginning Grammar Quiz

You got: % Correct. Beginning Grammar Learner

I got Beginning Grammar Learner. Beginning Grammar Quiz
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 You're still learning English, Keep at it! You had a few problems with some of the basic grammar. You can learn about the mistakes by studying the use of 'any' and 'some', the present simple, present continuous, past simple, and the present perfect, as well as when to use prepositions like 'in', 'at' and 'on'.

It's a good idea to study a little every day. If you study for fifteen minutes every day, it's much better than if you study two hours, but just one day. Also, try to use the grammar you learn in your life. Write sentences using new vocabulary and try to speak English as often as possible. 

Beginning Grammar Quiz

You got: % Correct. Beginning Grammar Intermediate

I got Beginning Grammar Intermediate. Beginning Grammar Quiz
You've done well on your lessons. Anton Violin / Moment / Getty Images

 Good job! You understand most of the basics, but there are few things you could review. However, I'm sure you get good grades on your quizzes when you study, don't you?! Make sure to review concepts like the use of 'any' and 'some', and the differences between the present simple and the present continuous, past simple, and the present perfect, as well as when to use prepositions like 'in', 'at' and 'on' .

Your English will improve so practice as much as you can! Another tip is to use new words as soon as you learn them. Write a sentence with each new word, use it in conversation with friends. Try not to use the same words over and over. 

First, start learning new verb tenses and work on improving your spoken English with small talk. For writing, learn about different sentence types and how to write paragraphs

Beginning Grammar Quiz

You got: % Correct. Beginning Grammar Guru

I got Beginning Grammar Guru. Beginning Grammar Quiz
You know your English!. Andrew Rich / Vetta / Getty Images

Congratulations you are a grammar guru for a beginner. I'm sure you get good grades on your quizzes at school, don't you?! It's great that you understand basic concepts like the use of 'any' and 'some', and the differences between the present simple, present continuous, or the past simple and the present perfect.

Now, it's time to learn more about your English. Make sure to try to use new words as soon as you learn them. Write a sentence with each new word, use it in conversation with friends. Try not to use the same verbs over and over. For example, instead of saying 'go' choose a new verb such as "walk, jog, drive" to help you starting using your new vocabulary. In this way, you will continue to improve your English quickly.

Here are some ideas on how you can continue learning. First, start learning new verb tenses and work on improving your spoken English with small talk. For writing, learn about different sentence types and how to write paragraphs