Buzz·Updated on Dec 28, 2019. Posted on Dec 18, 2018Can You Ace This English Test Designed For Non-Native Speakers?So you think you know your English, eh?by Bibiñe BarudStaff Writer, MexicoFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Which version is correct in this example? pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! They're is the contraction of they are. Their indicates possession. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 2. What is the correct way to spell the possessive here? pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Maria's Correct Incorrect Maria's Marias's Correct Incorrect Marias's Marias' Correct Incorrect Marias' Marias Correct Incorrect Marias Correct! Wrong! An apostrophe followed by an "s" shows possession in this sentence. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 3. Choose the correct articles needed here: pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico an, an Correct Incorrect an, an a, an Correct Incorrect a, an a, a Correct Incorrect a, a an, a Correct Incorrect an, a Correct! Wrong! An is used when the following word begins with a vowel. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 4. Fill in the blank: pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! Effect Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 5. Which comparative should be used here? pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico more big Correct Incorrect more big bigger Correct Incorrect bigger biggest Correct Incorrect biggest biggerer Correct Incorrect biggerer Correct! Wrong! The comparative suffix -er is used when the adjective is one syllable. And if it ends in a consonant with a single vowel before it, you double the last letter before adding that -er on there. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 6. Is this phrase written correctly? pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! The mistake is "your." Your indicates possession by the person being addressed by the speaker. You're is a contraction of "you are." Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 7. Pick the correct word to fill the blank: pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico More expensive Correct Incorrect More expensive Expensiver Correct Incorrect Expensiver Expensivest Correct Incorrect Expensivest Most expensivest Correct Incorrect Most expensivest Correct! Wrong! More and most are never used with -er or -est. They are mostly used when the adjective has two or more syllables. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 8. Is it Does or Do? pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! Do is used when the subject is I, you, we, or they. When the subject is he, she, or it, does is used. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico 9. Finally, choose the correct phrase needed here: pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico Broke up Correct Incorrect Broke up broke in Correct Incorrect broke in broke down Correct Incorrect broke down broke Correct Incorrect broke Correct! Wrong! Broke down Broke down means to fall apart, or collapse. Via pixelliebe/BuzzFeedMéxico This post is translated from Spanish.