This multiple-choice quiz tests your ability to avoid commonly confused words and phrases. Simply decide which of the options in red is correct for each sentence.
Your / You're sure that's your / you're final answer?
You're and your
Your and your
Your and you're
Ten years later there / their / they're was nothing of the old mill left except the broken white limestone.
It would have / would of been easy to slip in unnoticed.
There / Their / They're game came to an end when the ball went into Mr Smith's garden.
Are / Our you aware that are / our only option is to fight?
Our and are
Are and are
Are and our
'Do you two / to / too want two / to / too come two / to / too?' asked the bus driver.
too, to and two
two, to and too
too, two and to
I couldn't have / couldn't of spoken then if my life depended upon it.
There / Their / They're unlikely to return now your / you're here.
There and your
They're and your
They're and you're
Robbie was complemented / complimented on his wonderful drawing.
The wine complemented / complimented the meal perfectly.