English GCSE Grammar Quiz

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1. Which of the following sentences is NOT correct?

  • Everybody at the party is in on the surprise we've planned.
  • The guests at the party are in on the surprise we've planned.
  • Everybody at the party are in on the surprise we've planned.
  • Every person at the party is in on the surprise we've planned.
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2. Which of the following sentences is NOT correct?

  • Jerome was waiting patiently for the tide to come in, but Harry was feeling impatient.
  • The fisherman by the pier and the fisherman on the sea wall was waiting for the tide to come in.
  • The two fishermen were waiting for the tide to come in.
  • Harry and Jerome were waiting for the tide to come in.

3. Which of the following sentences is NOT correct?

  • Neither the ice skater nor his coach was ready.
  • Neither he nor I was ready.
  • Neither the ice skater nor his coach were ready.
  • None of the ice skaters were ready.

4. Which of the following sentences is NOT correct?

  • Some trousers are drying on the radiator.
  • A pair of trousers is drying on the radiator.
  • A pair of trousers are drying on the radiator.
  • The trousers are in the wash.

5. Which of the following sentences is NOT correct?

  • The colours yellow, orange and red is considered to be warm.
  • The colours yellow, orange and red are considered to be warm.
  • Yellow, orange and red are considered to be warm colours.
  • Yellow, along with orange and red, is considered to be warm.

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