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Tricky quiz tests your knowledge of grammar - and the creator claims you need to be over 45 to pass 

A tricky new grammar quiz is promising to put your English language skills to the test. 

Posted on US-based trivia site Playbuzz, creator Terry Stein claims the test is so complicated, only people over the age of 45 will be able to achieve the perfect score. 

But with 30 questions on homophones, spellings and conjugation, could you prove him wrong? 

Scroll down and see how many of these you can figure out by yourself, and then check the answers below.

How good is your grammar? Its creator says only people over 45 can get a perfect score (pictured: a woman thinking, stock picture)

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Answers 

1. Oases

2. Runners-up

3. Elves 

4. Crises

5. Syllabuses 

6. Holy

7. Is 

8. Have

9. Rite

10. Happening

11. Plenitude 

12. Committed 

13. Indispensable 

14. Embezzlement 

15. Cemetery 

 16. Hilarious 

17. Finally

18. Guarantee  

19. Believe

20. Beginning 

21. Principal 

22. Loose

23. Were

24. Fewer

25. Route

26. Altar

27. Chord

28. Breach

29. Aisle

30. Cue

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