Advanced Grammar Test for a High IQ.

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Advanced Grammar Test for a High IQ.

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OH DEAR! Don't get too confident - the questions get harder.

https://play.howstuffworks.com/quiz/adv ... -a-high-iq

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Don't they just!

77% - disappointing.
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chaggle wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 5:21 pm

77% - disappointing.
Hrumph!! I'd have been very pleased with 77% :gmc

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I expect Tony will do very well - he's a writer. :ugeek: :thumb
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I can never resist a quiz. :-)
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Very good!

Did you "phone" a "friend''? ;)
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chaggle wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:37 pm
I expect Tony will do very well - he's a writer. :ugeek: :thumb
Doesn't follow..... I should be good at this as I went to a grammar school :D and I would probably have waltzed through it when I was 16. However, like so much of what I was taught, it slipped out of my mind as soon as I no longer needed to know it for exams. What I was left with was an ability to recognise the difference between good and bad writing, but the grammatical rules and terminology? Nope.

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