Stage 4: Grammar menu
Instructions: Hover or tap the questions below to see the relevant Stage 4 lessons for each item in the pre-quiz.
1. Instructions: Use the correct abbreviation for Eileen Braddock's title.
My sister is ordained as a priest. Her title is Reverend Eileen Braddock.
Relevant Stage 4 lesson: Abbreviations
2. Instructions: Select the correct pronoun (who or whom) for each sentence:
To whom it may concern ✔
That was the person whom I saw yesterday. ✔
Whom are you going with? ✔
Ultimately the person who places the order must pay. ✔
This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased! (Matthew 3:17 KJV) ✔
Relevant Stage 4 lesson: who vs whom
3. Instructions: Decide if the comma in the sentence below is used correctly.
Sentence: I just ran a marathon, I feel like I could sleep a week.
No - it needs to be a semi-colon, a conjunction or a full-stop. ✔
Relevant Stage 4 lesson: Comma splice
4. What is wrong with this sentence?
Sentence: Concerning the NZ Government about child safety.
This sentence is a sentence fragment ✔
Relevant Stage 4 lesson: Sentence fragments
5. Retype the famous Star Trek quote with the word "boldly" more accurately positioned.
Sentence: To boldly go where no-one has gone before.
Boldly to go where no-one has gone before. ✔
To go boldly where no-one has gone before. ✔
Relevant Stage 4 lesson: Split infinitive