Grammar Quiz

[ Modal Verbs ]

It’s not good for you to drive at that high speed.

A. You may drive at that high speed.

B. You needn’t drive at that high speed.

C. You must drive at that high speed.

D. You shouldn’t drive at that high speed.

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Which sentence below has a grammar mistake?

A. I like people who is kind and patient.

B. I have a friend whose mother can speak Russian.

C. Do you know whose idea it was?

D. This is the song which made me fall in love with Dua Lipa’s music.

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She is really an excellent student. She can speak … Italian … Turkish.

A. Neither … nor

B. Both … and

C. Either … or

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