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English Language: High School: 9th and 10th Grade Quizzes

Quizzes make learning fun! There is no quicker way to learn about English Language in High School - Grades 9 and 10

Now that you are in high school, you are bound to have favorite and not-so favorite subjects. Two main subjects that have been following you around since you started elementary school are of course English Language and Math. These two are the cornerstones of your education. Your two guardian angels if you like.

You see, without these helpful mentors, your chances in the big wide world of commerce are greatly reduced.

If you don’t know your basics in Math or English Language Arts, you could well turn up three hours too early for an interview and your resume might say ‘I is Jane Doe innit’. Which wouldn’t impress your pet goldfish, let alone any prospective employers.

Let’s take a look at what some famous people have said about the English language.

  • I really want to adopt a child…I want to be called ‘Mom.’ It really is the most beautiful word in the English language. Patti Stranger
  • When it comes to love, the English language bears no shortage of clichés. Sarah MacLean
  • ’I am’ is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. Could it be that ‘I do’ is the longest sentence? George Carlin
  • Drawing on my fine command of the English language, I said nothing. Robert Benchley
  • When I was a kid, it was thought I would do something in the visual arts because I was always drawing, but when we emigrated to Australia from Holland when I was seven, I learnt the English language, and I fell in love with it. Michael Faber

Whatever your thoughts about this subject, we can’t stress enough how important it is to have a good understanding of English. That’s why we’ve gone the extra mile and turned learning into fun by quizzifying your education. Yes, we know quizzifying isn’t a real English word – but it should be, don’t you think?

Are you ready to delve a little deeper into the wonderful world of English Language? We’ll be with you all the way. Let’s go!

Quiz Title Options
Audience and Purpose Audience and Purpose Play
Bias Bias Play
Character Character Play
Constructing an Argument Constructing an Argument Play
Constructing an Essay Constructing an Essay Play
Dramatic Techniques Dramatic Techniques Play
Emotive Language Emotive Language Play
Grammar 1 Grammar 1 Play
Grammar 2 Grammar 2 Play
Grammar 3 Grammar 3 Play
How Writers Achieve Effects How Writers Achieve Effects Play
Imagery Imagery Play
Language Change Language Change Play
Language Variation Language Variation Play
Literary Techniques Literary Techniques Play
Literary Terms 1 Literary Terms 1 Play
Literary Terms 2 Literary Terms 2 Play
Metaphors Metaphors Play
Mood Mood Play
Non-fiction Non-fiction Play
Paragraphing Paragraphing Play
Paraphrasing Paraphrasing Play
Personification Personification Play
Plot Plot Play
Poetic Techniques Poetic Techniques Play
Poetry - Because I could not stop for death Poetry - Because I could not stop for death Play
Poetry - Daddy Poetry - Daddy Play
Poetry - Do not go gentle into that good night Poetry - Do not go gentle into that good night Play
Poetry - Hawk Roosting Poetry - Hawk Roosting Play
Poetry - My Heart is Like a Withered Nut Poetry - My Heart is Like a Withered Nut Play
Poetry - My Last Duchess Poetry - My Last Duchess Play
Poetry - My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun Poetry - My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun Play
Poetry - Sadie and Maud Poetry - Sadie and Maud Play
Poetry - The Interrogation Poetry - The Interrogation Play
Poetry - You will be hearing from us shortly Poetry - You will be hearing from us shortly Play
Presentational Devices Presentational Devices Play
Register and Audience Register and Audience Play
Setting Setting Play
Similes Similes Play
Speech Techniques Speech Techniques Play
Spelling 1 Spelling 1 Play
Spelling 2 Spelling 2 Play
Spelling 3 Spelling 3 Play
Spoken Language Spoken Language Play
Standard English Standard English Play
Theme Theme Play
Using Evidence from the Text Using Evidence from the Text Play
Writing a Conclusion Writing a Conclusion Play
Writing a Letter Writing a Letter Play
Writing a Review Writing a Review Play
Writing about Literature Writing about Literature Play
Writing an Introduction Writing an Introduction Play
Writing Descriptively Writing Descriptively Play
Writing Narrative Writing Narrative Play
Writing Persuasively Writing Persuasively Play
Writing to Advise Writing to Advise Play

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