Grammar Quiz

Mute | Moot (Answers)

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Select the answer that best fits the sentence.
1.
the TV, and go outside or read a book. They will serve you better in life.

2. The point is
now.

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Explanation

'Mute' refers to something or someone going silent. 'Moot' is an adjective for unimportant or no longer relevant.

Formerly | Formally (Answers)

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1.
, we didn't listen to mom and dad, but we do now.

2. We are
dressing up for sing-sing.

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Explanation

'Formally' means in accordance to rules or officially. 'Formerly' means in the past or before in time.

Maybe | May be (Answers)

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1.
we'll dance instead of sing. Or we could do both.

2. We
going to smoke marijuana, but need to be aware it leads to health problems.

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Explanation

Maybe is a compound word that means 'possibly' or 'perchance'. May be is a phrase that means 'might be' or 'could be'.

Precedents | Precedence (Answers)

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1. The
for leaders should be set by the people they lead.

2. Learning takes
over sleeping in late.

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Explanation

The word 'precedence' means to take priority over something else. 'Precedents' refer to things that have been said or done that set an example.

In to | Into (Answers)

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1. Let's go
the future with hope, pushing past every limit.

2. I ran
my grandpa this morning, and he gave me wisdom through his stories.

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Explanation

'Into' is a preposition to ask where. In to is a prepositional phase. Use 'into' if you're actually going inside something or into a room.

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