Multiple Choice Grammar Questions

After registering online, you begin your studies by taking a 20-minute test to determine your level of proficiency. Section one of the test is a series of multiple choice grammar questions in which you choose the right response to complete a sentence. Section two is a listening exercise. You listen to a series of audio clips and choose the correct answer after each one. The third test section is reading. This test works well to determine your competency in the language. In fact, some of the questions are difficult for native English speakers to answer correctly.

Using a learner corpus to improve distractors in multiple choice grammar questions

The test is made up of three parts:
First: Multiple choice grammar questions
Second: Questions on everyday situations
Third: Oral interview with the examiner


Multiple Choice Grammar Quizzes - GrammarBank

The test starts out with multiple choice grammar questions that are actually pretty hard

Because all three types of grammar questions draw from the same grammar rules, here is an overview of the some of the rules to remember. An explanation of how the three types of questions differ from each other follows.

There are a lot of rules of English grammar, but some appear more frequently than others among the SAT multiple choice grammar questions in the SAT Writing section. A few grammar rules that are almost guaraneed to be tested on the SAT include: