If you didn’t pay attention in English class, there’s no way you’ll make it to the end of this parts of speech quiz. Did you?
If you can’t ace this simple simile quiz, then we don’t know for you.
A homophone is a word that has the same pronunciation as another word, but a different meaning or spelling. Can you get up to 10 questions on this homophone quiz right? Give it a try:
Show us you know English by acing this idioms quiz.
Make it to the end of this JSS1 English quiz to show your school fees did not waste. If you fail a question, the entire quiz ends.
Antonyms are words which are opposite in meaning to each other (e.g. good and bad, Nigerian politicians and accountability). This quiz is a test of two things: your understanding of antonyms and comprehension abilities. People who score above 7/10 definitely have superior English skills. Where do you stand?
Are you moonlighting as a lesson teacher?
Nigerian English is super interesting. The words have different meanings depending on how they are pronounced or the context in which they are used. How well can you perform in a quiz that tests your Nigerian English vocabulary? See an example below: Go ahead and how see you measure up:
What does crinkum-crankum even mean?
Last week, we made a quiz that tested if you were smart enough to nail real Common Entrance questions. Now, we’ve taken it up a notch with real ‘Use of English‘ JAMB questions. It’s time to see if you’re smarter than the average SS 3 student. Take the test:
And it was always maths.
Can you pronounce ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious?’
Grab your dictionaries.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: