Happy National Grammar Day to all my grammarians!
In honor of National Grammar Day, we want to test your grammar skills with our quiz! Let’s see how language-savvy you are! Some sentences were inspired by other websites in the making of this quiz.
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Valentines day is here, and it’s not only for those who love each other, but also for the love of books! Are you and your partner curious to know where you stand as a couple? Well, following in the footsteps of several other websites, we’ve made a quiz to determine which literary couple you’re most like! Some of the answers might be a little… specific… but we’re sure you’ll find the closest one!
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A common practice within the writing world is the use of pen names i.e. adopted names writers use to maintain anonymity within their personal lives. From J.K. Rowling to Dr. Seuss, the name of your favorite author is likely fake. For unsuspecting readers, finding out the birth name of an author can be quite startling (some names are not exactly aurally pleasing…or spelled nicely).
So here’s the deal: listed below is the birth name of an author and underneath that name, you’ll find the names of four authors (one of which is a pen name). See if you can correctly identify which pen name matches the name listed. Good luck!
Typically, avid readers tend to identify books and authors relatively easy. The works of distinquished authors tend to have a unified aura; even if their stories are not connected, the storylines, tone, and characters can have a shared something or other. These books, however, can be a wee bit difficult to identify without a name or author. Challenge yourself to see which books these images originate from!
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