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Grammar Police

Posted at 8:28AM Wednesday 18 Jun 2014

It's time to ask yourself a difficult question: How well do you know the English language?

Not to stir up nightmares of your high school English classes or your strict grammarian mother or anything, but we're thinking maybe it's time for a refresher. Take this quiz to figure out just how well you know the complicated language.

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