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Test your grammar for Delta


Before you start a Delta course, and certainly before you take the Module One examination or try for Module Two, you need to be sure that your knowledge of English grammar is up to the challenge.
If English is not your first language and you have learned it in a formal grammar-based way, you are probably fine but if English is your first language or you have not formally learned the grammar (e.g., if you have acquired English as a second (third, fourth etc.) language rather than learned it) you probably need to do a bit of work.
There is an exemplified glossary of simple grammar terms in the CELTA / initial training section of this site.  If you would like to look at that first, click here (new tab).
Alternatively, there is a much fuller (and longer) glossary of grammar, lexis and phonology which also contains links to guides on this site for more detail and study.  Get that here.

Here's what to do:

  1. Take the test by clicking on the link below.
  2. At the end of the test, make a note of your score and use the button:

    to come back to this page.
  3. Use the data below to check what grammar you should be learning / studying / revising for Delta.
First Start the test and make sure you make a note of your score at the end
Second Check your score and see the right answers as well as some advice