Autocorrect won't save you now.
Does anyone really know the rules of grammar?
Merriam-Webster is laughing at all of us.
Your gonna pass — er, I mean you're*** gonna pass — this.
Make your 5th grade teacher proud.
It all rides on this one quiz.
Why are there so many different spellings?!
It pays to be punctual.
How many oceans are there, though?
"Dinosaurs lived on the other side of the galaxy."
I could try to use fewer — but it's just so enticing.
These Are The Most Commonly Misspelled Words Known To Man – Can You Spell Them Right The First Time Without Even Trying?
Not even Google can save you now.
These words might sound the same, but they're certainly not spelled the same.
Take out your red pen and start correcting!
Can you conquer/beat/vanquish this test?
Please tell me that I'm not the only grammar geek on this website.
Can you? Can you?
Read carefully. This one's tough!
I'm about to "Well, actually" your whole life.
Discreet or discrete?
They're over there!
Which form of "there/their/they're" is possessive?
Oh, you like the Oxford comma? Name every instance it’s resolved ambiguity.
Lit & Lang teaming up to take you down.
If you didn't notice the mistake in this sentence, youre not going to pass.
The squiggly red line underneath misspellings is appalled.
If you're gonna be a curmudgeon, be a good one.
This quiz is 100% accurate.
If you don't know the difference between "your" and "you're," prepare to be called out!
We're trying to make "themself" happen. Plus: scary clowns, questions from readers, and Sam Smith.
"And sometimes Y."
Let's hope you did your summer reading.
Let's see how good your grammar is.
The Oxford comma is important, people.
Don't make me send you back to the 5th grade.
Let's see how well you know your grammar.
All hail Ser Davos, the new master of grammar, long may he reign! Warning: Spoilers ahead for the series finale.
"English isn't a language, it's three languages stacked on top of each other wearing a trenchcoat."
Let's settle this, once and for all.
A few of the BuzzFeed copydesk’s favorite books — just in time for last-minute holiday gifting.
So you think you know your English, eh?
"People with good spelling and grammar have typo-negative blood."
On a scale of ! to !!!!
I've been living a lie.
Care for some "banana's by the each"?
*eye twitches heavily*
All the news that's fit to print...and a bunch of crap that's not.
I won't be ordering the "Texcock Mextails," thankyouverymuch.
So glad "milkshake duck" has finally been recognised as the great phrase it is! *five seconds later*
Sometimes, just one word speaks volumes.
The underdog of punctuation.
Let's see if you can get at least 7 out of 10 questions correct.
The news is fake. The grammar epidemic is real.
Never let anyone tell you copyediting isn't a sexy profession. 'Cause it's all ~glitz and grammar~.
This quiz is packed full of commonly misspelled words, so you might want to slow down and focus.
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How much of a spelling swot are you?
We got you pegged.
We are living in a world where the period, our most fundamental punctuation mark, is a loaded one.
Are you living the hyph life?
"Do not touch bread with hands, please use tongue."
Can you handle the bad grammar?
Deep breaths. Here we go.
This quiz won't lie to you.
Tee hee hee hee.
Don't let the results of this quiz affect you!
It's tougher than you think.
*cues teacher voice* "Listen up, class..."
A basic English grammar quiz.
I mean, let's hope so.
There's not much to it.
Please use your "finger" to press or sign.
It's not that difficult.
Like a fill-in-the-blanks exercise, but with added celestial awe.
There's a big difference.
Sadly life doesn't come with spel check.
You know nothing about grammar, Jon Snow. Light spoilers!
Catch me outside — how about that?
Wo ist das kino?
"Grammar: the difference between knowing you're shit and knowing your shit."
Why? Just, why?
We need to talk about this.
"You can't run through a campsite. You can only ran, since it's past tents."
"The past, the present, and the future walked into a bar. It was tense."
I have no idea what's going on anymore.
A little head cinema for your celebration evening.
Everything you think is probably wrong.
Are you a timeless grammar god?
Columbia or Colombia?
Sure, you can spell... but can you spell under pressure?