This "Good Grammar Test" from the Telegraph Is a Real Challenge
Think you know your subjunctive mood from your subordinate clause? Try our good grammar quiz, devised by Nevile Gwynne.
My former-journalist father got 25 percent and I was dismayed by my comparatively better 67 percent…how well can you do?
(Note that one of the questions—“Which of these names is in fact the nominative feminine singular of the gerundive mood imported direct from Latin?”—strikes me as ridiculously cruel. But that might be related to the fact that I got it wrong.)