Too Difficult For Native Speakers? Test Your Knowledge Of Collective Nouns!

How good is your English? As good as Shakespeare’s himself? Well, even William may have had a bit of trouble identifying his collective nouns. See how far you get in our medley of marvellous menageries.
Too Difficult For Native Speakers? Test Your Knowledge Of Collective Nouns!

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James Lane
James grew up in Australia and has worked as an independent theatre producer, filmmaker and teacher in Hanoi and Berlin. He has written for NPR Berlin, the Newer York Press, ExBerliner and Babbel on issues of language and culture. He is currently based in Delhi, working with disadvantaged children to address environmental issues through film, radio and storytelling.
James grew up in Australia and has worked as an independent theatre producer, filmmaker and teacher in Hanoi and Berlin. He has written for NPR Berlin, the Newer York Press, ExBerliner and Babbel on issues of language and culture. He is currently based in Delhi, working with disadvantaged children to address environmental issues through film, radio and storytelling.

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