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Category Archives: Tests and Quizzes

What do you know about coffee?

Are you a real coffee connoisseur? Do the BBC quiz to find out.

A connoisseur? An expert judge in matters of taste. Someone who knows a lot about something (about art or cooking etc.)

David who?

How much do you know about David Beckham? Do the BBC quiz to find out. And just in case you don’t know who I’m talking about … David Beckham was captain of the English national football team from 2000 to 2009.

How to sound like a Londoner

            Cockney rhyming slang is a type of slang in which words are replaced by words or phrases they rhyme with. As I learnt from this article in The Guardian, “brown bread” is Cockney rhyming slang for dead, “china plate” for mate, and “bubble bath” for laugh. How good areContinue Reading

For grammar lovers

Are you a grammar guru? Do this BBC quiz to find out.

Are you a punctuation perfectionist?

            Do you know how to use apostrophes correctly? Do the apostrophe quiz to find out. I made one silly mistake, as you can see in the picture above. Of course, I know what I did wrong. See if you can do better. 😉 Good luck!

The acronyms quiz

            I’m not an expert in text messaging. And I’m not a friend of abbreviations and acronyms because they’re not understandable for everyone. That’s why I was surprised to get 8 out of 12 right (as you can see in the picture above). More luck than judgement perhaps? If you’reContinue Reading

A fun personality quiz

So which famous writer is just like you? Do Grammarly’s fun quiz to find out. Press “Let’s Play” to get started. I’m like celebrity writer Aziz Ansari. The problem is, I’ve never heard of the guy! 🙁

Test your English

Find out your English level by taking the British Council’s free online English test. And then look for content on the website for your level.

Another fun grammar quiz

Do this little grammar quiz to find out what kind of grammar nerd you are.

A not-so-easy spelling test!

How good is your spelling? Do this rather tricky test to find out.