Grammar Quiz

Who'll | Who're (Answers)

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Select the answer that best fits the sentence.
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be the next leader? Will you decide by learning about all of them and finding the one with the best ideas and greatest heart?

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the people fighting human trafficking, and how can I join them?

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Explanation

'Who'll' is a contraction for who will. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'who'll' the missing letters are w and i. 'Who're' is a contraction for who are. The apostrophe goes where the missing letter is. In 'who're' the missing letter is a.

You're | You've (Answers)

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going to wear a condom to prevent pregnancy and infection.

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learned that selling people into prostitution or forced labor ruins their potential to lead a happy life.

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Explanation

'You're' is a contraction for you are. The apostrophe goes where the missing letter is. In 'you're' the missing letter is a. 'You've' is a contraction for you have. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'you've' the missing letters are h and a.

I'll | I'm | I've (Answers)

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talk to dad and my community about respect and gratitude.

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in a position to change the world and should use my heart to guide me.

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learned that drinking alcohol can cause my heart and others a lot of problems.

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Explanation

'I'll' is a contraction for I will. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'I'll' the missing lettes are w and i. 'I'm' is a contraction for I am. The apostrophe goes where the missing letter is. In 'I'm' the missing letter is a. 'I've' is a contraction for I have. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'I've' the missing letters are h and a.

Their | They're (Answers)

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minds are free of corruption. Corruption is a mentality that ruins yours and others' futures.

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exercising and eating healthy to avoid dying from heart disease.

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Explanation

'Their' shows possession. 'They're' is a contraction for they are. In a contraction the apostrophe goes where the missing letter is. In 'they're' the missing letter is a.

They'd | They'll (Answers)

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never truly know the meaning of oppression until they were free.

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speak to us when we meet tomorrow.

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Explanation

'They'd' is a contraction for they had. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'they'd' the missing letters are h and a. 'They'll' is a contraction for they will. The apostrophe goes where the missing letters are. In 'they'll' the missing letters are w and i.

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