## Area and Circumference Quiz 1

Now that we have discussed how to calculate the area and circumference of a circle, we proceed with our first quiz. The second quiz will be more on word problems. To be able to practice solving under time pressure, it is better to monitor your time. The time limit for this quiz is 12 minutes.

Area and Circumference Quiz 1

1. The distance around the circle is its

b.) area
c.) circumference

## Grammar Tutorial: Subject-Verb Agreement

Subject-verb agreement:

If the subject is singular the verb should have “s” at the end. If the subject is plural there is no “s” at the end of the verb, except for the word “I” which always take the plural form of the verb.

Example: Jenna writes a poem.

In this sentence, the subject Jenna is singular, so the verb writes has “s” at the end.

Example: We visit our grandparents every Sunday.

In this sentence, the subject we is plural, so the verb visit has no “s.”

## Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 7

This is the seventh part of the Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz Series.

Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 7

Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word.

1. The group insisted on an investigation of ___ member’s dismissal and threatened to sue the company.

a.) its
b.) their
c.) there
d.) it’s

a. its (group is a singular noun)

2. People with _____ problems are likely to have a more positive outlook in life.

a.) less
b.) fewer
c.) more

## Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 6

It seems that everybody enjoyed the previous grammar quizzes, so I plan to create a few more. Below is the sixth of the Grammar Quiz Series.

Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 6

Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word.

1. The coffee is sweet. I think you put too ___ sugar.

a.) many
b.) much
c.) more
d.) excessive

b. much (many is used for nouns that you can count)

2. The princess wanted to leave the palace, but the king wouldn’t let her go. So, she escaped in ____ wearing a guard’s armor.  » Read more

## The Least Common Multiple Quiz

After taking the Greatest Common Factor Quiz, let me give you a Least Common Multiple Quiz, a topic that is quite related to greatest common factor. In case you missed it, I have already explained the concept of Least Common Multiple (LCM), you can read it before taking the quiz. The LCM is needed to add or subtract fractions, particularly dissimilar fractions.

The Least Common Multiple Quiz

Find the least common factor of the following numbers.

1.) 6 and 8

24

2.) 5 and 4  » Read more

## Greatest Common Factor Quiz

After learning How to Get the Greatest Common Factor of Two Numbers, let’s have a quiz! The greatest common factor is used to reduce a fraction to lowest terms, so I included such items on the quiz below.

To reduce a fraction to lowest terms, get the greatest common factor of the numerator and the denominator, and then divide

Greatest Common Factor Quiz

Part 1: Get the greatest common factor of the following numbers.

1.) 12 and 15

3

2.) 18 and 28  » Read more

## Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 3

After answering Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 1 and Quiz 2, let me continue the series with the quiz below. Some of the answers below have brief explanations. Some of the answers that can you can easily look up at a dictionary are not explained.

Grammar and Correct Usage Quiz 3

1. Many anime nowadays are not good for children because of their violence.  I think Disney movies are more _____ for them.

a.) suitable
b.) suited
c.) unsuitable

## Grammar Quiz – Is, It, Its, It’s

It is a pronoun that usually refers to something that has previously mentioned or easily identified.

Example: A room with two televisions in it.

Its is the possessive form of it.

Example:This is a weird-looking gadget. What is its purpose?

It’s is a contraction of it is or it has.

Example: It’s time to go. (It is time to go).  » Read more

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