June 18, 2024

Rows: 15 Cols: 10

Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives) 
Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
Have you got a driving licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver licence for Australia?

2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)
The party was big fun!
The party was large fun!
The party was great fun!

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: hyphen in compound nouns)
What free-time activities do you do in your free-time?
What free time activities do you do in your free time?
What free-time activities do you do in your free time?

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: noun or verb)
Tom enjoyed his stay with Jenny at the beach house.
Tom enjoyed his staying with Jenny at the beach house.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)
According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: punctuation: because and however)
The service was good, because I still want a refund however the food was terrible.
The service was good, however I still want a refund because the food was terrible.
The service was good, however I still want a refund yet the food was terrible.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: because of)
I hated the food because not properly cooked.
I hated the food for it was not properly cooked.
I hated the food because of it not being properly cooked.

9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)
Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.

10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put)
This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: pay or spend)
On the cruise, our boss spent on everything so we didn’t have to pay our own money.
On the cruise, our boss spent everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.
On the cruise, our boss paid for everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.

12. Which is more correct? (88:27: prepositions)
This company needs to pay attention with the changing market demands of our target demographic.
This company needs to pay attention to the changing market demands of our target demographic.
This company needs to pay attention on the changing market demands of our target demographic.

13. Which is more correct? (91:28: spelling mistakes)
It is necessary to protect the enviroment from further harm.
It is necessary to protect the environment from further harm.
It is neccessary to protect the environment from further harm.

14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?

15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)
Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia? (16:16: confused adjectives)

2. The party was great fun! (68:17: big / great / large)

3. What free-time activities do you do in your free time? (18:18: hyphen in compound nouns)

4. Tom enjoyed his stay with Jenny at the beach house. (19:19: noun or verb)

5. The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory. (20:20: negative prefixes)

6. Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service. (21:21: regarding)

7. The service was good, however I still want a refund because the food was terrible. (22:22: punctuation: because and however)

8. I hated the food because of it not being properly cooked. (23:23: because of)

9. Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible. (82:24: if or whether)

10. This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra. (83:25: put)

11. On the cruise, our boss paid for everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money. (26:26: pay or spend)

12. This company needs to pay attention to the changing market demands of our target demographic. (88:27: prepositions)

13. It is necessary to protect the environment from further harm. (91:28: spelling mistakes)

14. When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats? (93:29: British or American spelling)

15. Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car? (96:30: kids or children)

Output for H5p Text

First option is correct. Ensure the quiz randomises the options.

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives) 
Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver licence for Australia?
Have you got a driving licence for Australia?


2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large) 
The party was great fun!
The party was big fun!
The party was large fun!


3. Which is more correct? (18:18: hyphen in compound nouns) 
What free-time activities do you do in your free time?
What free time activities do you do in your free time?
What free-time activities do you do in your free-time?


4. Which is more correct? (19:19: noun or verb) 
Tom enjoyed his stay with Jenny at the beach house.
Tom enjoyed his staying with Jenny at the beach house.


5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes) 
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.


6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding) 
Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.


7. Which is more correct? (22:22: punctuation:  because and however) 
The service was good, however I still want a refund because the food was terrible.
The service was good, because I still want a refund however the food was terrible.
The service was good, however I still want a refund yet the food was terrible.


8. Which is more correct? (23:23: because of) 
I hated the food because of it not being properly cooked.
I hated the food for it was not properly cooked.
I hated the food because not properly cooked.


9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether) 
Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.


10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put) 
This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.


11. Which is more correct? (26:26: pay or spend) 
On the cruise, our boss paid for everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.
On the cruise, our boss spent everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.
On the cruise, our boss spent on everything so we didn’t have to pay our own money.


12. Which is more correct? (88:27: prepositions) 
This company needs to pay attention to the changing market demands of our target demographic.
This company needs to pay attention with the changing market demands of our target demographic.
This company needs to pay attention on the changing market demands of our target demographic.


13. Which is more correct? (91:28: spelling mistakes) 
It is necessary to protect the environment from further harm.
It is neccessary to protect the environment from further harm.
It is necessary to protect the enviroment from further harm.


14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling) 
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?


15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children) 
Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?


Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
,,,,,,,
"1","Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives)","Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?","Have you got a driver licence for Australia?","Have you got a driving licence for Australia?","",30,1
"2","Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)","The party was great fun!","The party was big fun!","The party was large fun!","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (18:18: hyphen in compound nouns)","What free-time activities do you do in your free time?","What free time activities do you do in your free time?","What free-time activities do you do in your free-time?","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (19:19: noun or verb)","Tom enjoyed his stay with Jenny at the beach house.","Tom enjoyed his staying with Jenny at the beach house.","","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)","The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.","The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.","The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)","Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (22:22: punctuation: because and however)","The service was good, however I still want a refund because the food was terrible.","The service was good, because I still want a refund however the food was terrible.","The service was good, however I still want a refund yet the food was terrible.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (23:23: because of)","I hated the food because of it not being properly cooked.","I hated the food for it was not properly cooked.","I hated the food because not properly cooked.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)","Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (83:25: put)","This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (26:26: pay or spend)","On the cruise, our boss paid for everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.","On the cruise, our boss spent everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.","On the cruise, our boss spent on everything so we didn’t have to pay our own money.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (88:27: prepositions)","This company needs to pay attention to the changing market demands of our target demographic.","This company needs to pay attention with the changing market demands of our target demographic.","This company needs to pay attention on the changing market demands of our target demographic.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (91:28: spelling mistakes)","It is necessary to protect the environment from further harm.","It is neccessary to protect the environment from further harm.","It is necessary to protect the enviroment from further harm.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)","When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?","When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?","When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)","Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?","Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?","Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

First option is correct. Ensure the quiz randomises the options.

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives) 
A. Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
B. Have you got a driver licence for Australia?
C. Have you got a driving licence for Australia?

2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large) 
A. The party was great fun!
B. The party was big fun!
C. The party was large fun!

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: hyphen in compound nouns) 
A. What free-time activities do you do in your free time?
B. What free time activities do you do in your free time?
C. What free-time activities do you do in your free-time?

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: noun or verb) 
A. Tom enjoyed his stay with Jenny at the beach house.
B. Tom enjoyed his staying with Jenny at the beach house.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes) 
A. The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
B. The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
C. The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding) 
A. Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
B. In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
C. According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: punctuation:  because and however) 
A. The service was good, however I still want a refund because the food was terrible.
B. The service was good, because I still want a refund however the food was terrible.
C. The service was good, however I still want a refund yet the food was terrible.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: because of) 
A. I hated the food because of it not being properly cooked.
B. I hated the food for it was not properly cooked.
C. I hated the food because not properly cooked.

9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether) 
A. Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
B. Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
C. Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.

10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put) 
A. This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
B. This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
C. This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: pay or spend) 
A. On the cruise, our boss paid for everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.
B. On the cruise, our boss spent everything so we didn’t have to spend our own money.
C. On the cruise, our boss spent on everything so we didn’t have to pay our own money.

12. Which is more correct? (88:27: prepositions) 
A. This company needs to pay attention to the changing market demands of our target demographic.
B. This company needs to pay attention with the changing market demands of our target demographic.
C. This company needs to pay attention on the changing market demands of our target demographic.

13. Which is more correct? (91:28: spelling mistakes) 
A. It is necessary to protect the environment from further harm.
B. It is neccessary to protect the environment from further harm.
C. It is necessary to protect the enviroment from further harm.

14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling) 
A. When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
B. When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
C. When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?

15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children) 
A. Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?
B. Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
C. Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?

Output for H5p Experimental JSON Component

First option is correct. Ensure the quiz randomises the options.


Output for H5p Experimental #2 JSON Component

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"This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.",
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"question": "12. Which is more correct? (27:27: prepositions)",
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"question": "13. Which is more correct? (28:28: spelling mistakes)",
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"Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?",
"Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?",
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Output for MS Quiz 2

First option is correct. Ensure the quiz randomises the options.

#Questions: 15

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives)
Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver licence for Australia?
Have you got a driving licence for Australia?

2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)
The party was great fun!
The party was big fun!
The party was large fun!

3. Which is more correct? (69:18: hyphen in compound nouns)
COVID was a worldwide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a world wide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a world-wide pandemic in 2020.

4. Which is more correct? (72:19: noun or verb)
You should put children in the back seats of a car.
You should put children in the back sits of a car.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)
Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.

7. Which is more correct? (78:22: punctuation: because and however)
Tom would like to volunteer because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer, because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer. Because he's done this type of work before.

8. Which is more correct? (80:23: because of)
She doesn't have pets because of her allergies.
She doesn't have pets because her allergies.
She doesn't have pets due of her allergies.

9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)
Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.

10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put)
This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.

11. Which is more correct? (85:26: pay or spend)
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
During the business trip we paid for all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid accommodation.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: prepositions)
A babysitter’s job is to care for small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care about small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care of small children.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: spelling mistakes)
This job you recommended is a great opportunity to work with highly professional colleagues.
This job you reccommended is a great opportunity to work with highly profesional colleagues.
This job you recommended is a great oportunity to work with highly professional collegues.

14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?

15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)
Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives)
Have you got a driving licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?

2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)
The party was great fun!
The party was big fun!
The party was large fun!

3. Which is more correct? (69:18: hyphen in compound nouns)
COVID was a world wide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a world-wide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a worldwide pandemic in 2020.

4. Which is more correct? (72:19: noun or verb)
You should put children in the back seats of a car.
You should put children in the back sits of a car.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.
The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)
According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.

7. Which is more correct? (78:22: punctuation: because and however)
Tom would like to volunteer. Because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer, because he's done this type of work before.

8. Which is more correct? (80:23: because of)
She doesn't have pets because her allergies.
She doesn't have pets due of her allergies.
She doesn't have pets because of her allergies.

9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)
Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.

10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put)
This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.

11. Which is more correct? (85:26: pay or spend)
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid accommodation.
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
During the business trip we paid for all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: prepositions)
A babysitter’s job is to care of small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care about small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care for small children.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: spelling mistakes)
This job you recommended is a great oportunity to work with highly professional collegues.
This job you recommended is a great opportunity to work with highly professional colleagues.
This job you reccommended is a great opportunity to work with highly profesional colleagues.

14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)
When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?

15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)
Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (16:30: kids or children) Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
2. (68:30: kids or children) The party was great fun!
3. (69:30: kids or children) COVID was a worldwide pandemic in 2020.
4. (72:30: kids or children) You should put children in the back seats of a car.
5. (20:30: kids or children) The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
6. (21:30: kids or children) Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
7. (78:30: kids or children) Tom would like to volunteer because he's done this type of work before.
8. (80:30: kids or children) She doesn't have pets because of her allergies.
9. (82:30: kids or children) Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
10. (83:30: kids or children) This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
11. (85:30: kids or children) During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
12. (27:30: kids or children) A babysitter’s job is to care for small children.
13. (28:30: kids or children) This job you recommended is a great opportunity to work with highly professional colleagues.
14. (93:30: kids or children) When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
15. (96:30: kids or children) Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

First option is correct. Ensure the Quiz shuffles the options.

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives)
Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?
Have you got a driver licence for Australia?
Have you got a driving licence for Australia?

2. Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)
The party was great fun!
The party was big fun!
The party was large fun!

3. Which is more correct? (69:18: hyphen in compound nouns)
COVID was a worldwide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a world wide pandemic in 2020.
COVID was a world-wide pandemic in 2020.

4. Which is more correct? (72:19: noun or verb)
You should put children in the back seats of a car.
You should put children in the back sits of a car.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.
The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)
Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.
According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.

7. Which is more correct? (78:22: punctuation: because and however)
Tom would like to volunteer because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer, because he's done this type of work before.
Tom would like to volunteer. Because he's done this type of work before.

8. Which is more correct? (80:23: because of)
She doesn't have pets because of her allergies.
She doesn't have pets because her allergies.
She doesn't have pets due of her allergies.

9. Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)
Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.
Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.

10. Which is more correct? (83:25: put)
This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.
This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.

11. Which is more correct? (85:26: pay or spend)
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
During the business trip we paid for all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.
During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid accommodation.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: prepositions)
A babysitter’s job is to care for small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care about small children.
A babysitter’s job is to care of small children.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: spelling mistakes)
This job you recommended is a great opportunity to work with highly professional colleagues.
This job you reccommended is a great opportunity to work with highly profesional colleagues.
This job you recommended is a great oportunity to work with highly professional collegues.

14. Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?
When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?
When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?

15. Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)
Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?
Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
,,,,,,,
"2","Which is more correct? (16:16: confused adjectives)","Have you got a driver’s licence for Australia?","Have you got a driver licence for Australia?","Have you got a driving licence for Australia?","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (68:17: big / great / large)","The party was great fun!","The party was big fun!","The party was large fun!","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (69:18: hyphen in compound nouns)","COVID was a worldwide pandemic in 2020.","COVID was a world wide pandemic in 2020.","COVID was a world-wide pandemic in 2020.","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (72:19: noun or verb)","You should put children in the back seats of a car.","You should put children in the back sits of a car.","","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (20:20: negative prefixes)","The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.","The tour guide was unpolite and, in fact, the whole trip was unsatisfactory.","The tour guide was impolite and, in fact, the whole trip was dissatisfactory.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (21:21: regarding)","Regarding the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","In regards the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","According the hotel in Berlin, I found it excellent with great service.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (78:22: punctuation: because and however)","Tom would like to volunteer because he's done this type of work before.","Tom would like to volunteer, because he's done this type of work before.","Tom would like to volunteer. Because he's done this type of work before.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (80:23: because of)","She doesn't have pets because of her allergies.","She doesn't have pets because her allergies.","She doesn't have pets due of her allergies.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (82:24: if or whether)","Even if I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","Even whether I got that job offer, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","Even if I got that job offer or not, I wouldn't take it. The job is terrible.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (83:25: put)","This job requires you to put in a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","This job requires you to put a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","This job requires you to put on a lot of work on the weekend, but you will be paid extra.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (85:26: pay or spend)","During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.","During the business trip we paid for all the normal daily expenses, but company paid for accommodation.","During the business trip we paid all the normal daily expenses, but company paid accommodation.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (27:27: prepositions)","A babysitter’s job is to care for small children.","A babysitter’s job is to care about small children.","A babysitter’s job is to care of small children.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (28:28: spelling mistakes)","This job you recommended is a great opportunity to work with highly professional colleagues.","This job you reccommended is a great opportunity to work with highly profesional colleagues.","This job you recommended is a great oportunity to work with highly professional collegues.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (93:29: British or American spelling)","When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the center seats?","When we go to the theater tonight, can we sit near the centre seats?","When we go to the theatre tonight, can we sit near the center seats?","",30,1
"16","Which is more correct? (96:30: kids or children)","Hey buddy! How much dosh for this old clunker of a car?","Hey buddy! What is the payment for this old clunker of a car?","Hey buddy! What's the purchase price for this old clunker of a car?","",30,1