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Grammar Quiz. May 2012 . Kindly contributed by Carrie Bray. Search for Carrie on www.skillsworkshop.org and visit the download page for this resource to find further links and related resources . Curriculum links

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Grammar quiz
Grammar Quiz

May 2012.

Kindly contributed by Carrie Bray.

Search for Carrie on www.skillsworkshop.organd visit the download page for this resource to find further links and related resources.

Curriculum links

Covers several aspects of Functional English / Adult literacy (writing) Entry 3, Level 1, Level 2.



What is grammar
What is grammar?

  • Punctuation, e.g. full stops, capital letters.

  • Correct use of words and sentence structure.

  • Spellings.


Which of these is wrong and why
Which of these is wrong and why?

  • I must of forgotten it.

  • He must have gone into town.

  • She should’ve taken her umbrella.


What is wrong and why
What is wrong and why?

  • We were waiting for a taxi.

  • He was running down the street.

  • We was in the queue for ages.


Parts of speech
Parts of speech:

These are:

  • Your mouth, tongue and lungs

  • Types of words such as noun, verb, adjective, etc


Literally
Literally:

  • What does literally mean?

  • Can you put it in a sentence so that it is grammatically correct?


Joining sentences
Joining sentences

  • Use commas to join sentences.

  • Use “and” to join sentences.

  • Use an appropriate conjunction.


Homophones
Homophones

  • Their is a small town far away.

  • There is a small town far away.

  • They’re is a small town far away.


You and who
You and who?

  • John and I are going to Amsterdam.

  • John and me are going to Amsterdam.

  • Me and John are going to Amsterdam.


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