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A simple quiz on the ever confusing English language

You will agree with me English has no logic  Give me one reason why for example ‘bouquet’ should be spelled as such  It is pronounced as ‘bookay’  Got it?  Never mind.  Neither you nor I can do anything about it but just learn and mug the language  Yes mug it as I said there is no logic on which to base our study.

Here is the quiz – just fill up the blanks

  • Question of

    Nice to ……………in a private space

    • remenise
    • reminisce
    • reminise
  • Question of

    It is ………..house and not mine

    • their
    • thier
    • there
  • Question of

    It was great news when we she told us that she had………….

    • conceived
    • concieved
    • connceived
  • Question of

    She was recommended to go to a ………….

    • psychiatrist
    • psychatrist
    • psichyatrist
  • Question of

    It needs effort to ……………….it

    • manoeuvre
    • monouever
    • monouver
  • Question of

    That ………………she had was out of this world

    • rendezvous
    • rendezvos
    • rondevzvous
  • Question of

    Everyone admired his …………….

    • physique
    • phiseek
    • physieque
  • Question of

    They needed ……………..evidence

    • circumstential
    • circumstantial
    • circumstansial
  • Question of

    Those were ……………surroundings

    • picturesque
    • pictuerisk
    • pictureske
  • Question of

    That …………..shows great movies

    • theatre
    • theater
    • thaetre

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  1. I got 8. I accidentally ticked the wrong answer. Theatre and theater are the same. Theatre is British spelling while theater is American. I get confused between British and American spellings on the same words.
    Another example is centre (British) and center (American).
    Good quiz.

    • I agree with you. We go by what British taught us before leaving our country😉 There are countless ways both spell things differently. I am a staunch follower of what the British have to say

      When it comes to theatre or theater. I think theatre refers to operation theatre in a hospital

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