I appreciate correct grammar. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to admit that it has only recently been pointed out to me that I also make grammatical mistakes. No one ever corrected me. Apparently I have no real friends because friends don't let friends sound uneducated...
Anyway, I've decided to include this super fun grammar test. Answers will be revealed later. You may submit your answers in the comment box. Prizes will be awarded.
1.) Both Mr. Higgins and (A-she, B-her) were at the trial.
2.) Please get this information as (A-quick, B-quickly) as possible.
3.) Someone has forgotten (A-their, B-his) briefcase.
4.) Whenever he looks (A-sad, B-sadly), you can be sure something is wrong.
5.) Neither of them (A-approve, B-approves) the new contract.
6.) The company requires the form to be submitted by all of (A-it's, B-its) employees.
7.) (A-Whoever, B-Whomever) handled the case did a wonderful job.
8.) Either John or Mary (A-has, B-have) the directory.
9.) Tuesday is (A-ladie's, B-ladies') night.
10.) The loudest noise now (A-is, B-are) motorcycles.
11.) He (A-set, B-sat) in the chair.
12.) Ira invited Ken and (A-I, B-me) to attend the meeting.
13.) The article he wrote is (A-a, B-an) history of the event.
14.) She could (A-of, B-have) gone.
15.) Each of us (A-is, B-are) here.
16.) I saw in the newspaper (A-where, B-that) prices are rising all over.
17.) The flower smells (A-sweet, B-sweetly).
18.) She (A-use, B-used) to live in the country.
19.) He has already (A-ate, B-eaten) dinner.
20.) Everyone in the fraternity is concerned about (A-his, B-their) popularity.
21.) He is (A-already, B-all ready) to go.
22.) Is the hat (A-her's, B-hers)?
23.) John asked if (A-they're, B-their) coming.
24.) The noise of the engines (A-annoy, B-annoys) all the people there.
25.) The doctor insists that the president (A-remain, B-remains) in bed.
26.) There (A-is, B-are) to be three people there.
27.) Try (A-and, B-to) be there.
28.) They (A-saw, B-seen) to it that she got home safely.
29.) Let's (A-don't, B-not) stay.
30.) He is the (A-principal, B-principle) of the school.