Off topic: Time to test your English ability
Thread poster: Yasutomo Kanazawa

Yasutomo Kanazawa  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:06
English to Japanese
+ ...
Mar 8, 2017

Try this to re-check your English ability.

http://teacherprobs.com/can-you-get-a-2525-on-this-advanced-grammar-test/


 

Kuochoe Nikoi  Identity Verified
Ghana
Local time: 14:06
Member (2011)
Japanese to English
Perfect score Mar 8, 2017

25/25. Heh, too easy. But this isn't really an "advanced" grammar test, is it?

 

Yasutomo Kanazawa  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:06
English to Japanese
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TOPIC STARTER
Me too Mar 8, 2017

Kuochoe Nikoi wrote:

25/25. Heh, too easy. But this isn't really an "advanced" grammar test, is it?


Don't know 'bout that. Maybe they call it "advanced" because many people make careless grammar mistakes.


 

Sylvie Chartier  Identity Verified
Canada
Member (2010)
English to French
+ ...
Nice Mar 8, 2017

Congratulations, you are a grammar master! You have a superb understanding of even the trickiest grammar rules. Not only do you know the difference between affect and effect, but you also never confuse your tenses. You must be an English scholar because only 4% of Americans can get a perfect score on this test.

And I'm a francophone!!!

[Edited at 2017-03-08 15:09 GMT]


 

Tomás Cano Binder, BA, CT  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 16:06
Member (2005)
English to Spanish
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Not that "advanced"... Mar 8, 2017

... if I got 25/25.

 

Ricki Farn
Germany
Local time: 16:06
Member (2005)
English to German
Unfair to native speakers of English :) Mar 8, 2017

Many of these questions are easier for a foreigner to answer than for someone who learned spoken and colloquial language before formal grammar and register.

 

Yasutomo Kanazawa  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:06
English to Japanese
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TOPIC STARTER
Maybe so, but Mar 9, 2017

Ricki Farn wrote:

Many of these questions are easier for a foreigner to answer than for someone who learned spoken and colloquial language before formal grammar and register.


One would learn correct and formal grammar at school even if one learnt spoken and colloquial language first.

From you profile, your native language is German, but if this game was in your native language, would you still say that it's unfair to native German speakers?


 

NataliaShevchuk  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:06
English to Russian
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Seemed way, way too easy Mar 9, 2017

for a "grammar master". 25/25.

 

Eleonora_P  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 16:06
Member (2012)
English to Italian
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Yay! Mar 10, 2017

Congratulations, you are a grammar master! You have a superb understanding of even the trickiest grammar rules. Not only do you know the difference between affect and effect, but you also never confuse your tenses. You must be an English scholar because only 4% of Americans can get a perfect score on this test.

25/25.

And I'm Italian!icon_smile.gif


 


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