June 18, 2024

Rows: 15 Cols: 10

Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is the most correct? (132:16: apostrophe) 
This shop sells men's and women's shoes.
This shop sells mens and womens shoes.
This shop sells mens' and womens' shoes.

2. Which is the most correct? (139:17: capital letter, comma)
She used to work in accounting, but now she's in HR.
She used to work in Accounting, but now she's in HR.
She used to work in accounting, but now she's in hr.

3. Which is the most correct? (35:18: spelling)
She’s definitely looking for accommodation near the city.
She’s definitely looking for accomodation near the city.
She’s definitly looking for accomodation near the city.

4. Which is the most correct? (37:19: confusing nouns)
We have a 14 hour travel to reach Australia from Mexico.
We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico.
We have a 14 hour way to reach Australia from Mexico.

5. Which is the most correct? (40:20: confusing adjectives)
He was interesting learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.
He was interested in learning French and it was surprised how enjoyable it was.
He was interested in learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.

6. Which is the most correct? (166:21: get)
On your hike tomorrow, remember to get enough water.
On your hike tomorrow, remember to take enough water.

7. Which is the most correct? (168:22: hope or wish)
Peter wished he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!
Peter hoped he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!

8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)
At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.
Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.

9. Which is the most correct? (48:24: in, to)
He wrote to her describing to her what he had done in his trip.
He wrote to her describing her what he had done on his trip.
He wrote to her describing to her what he had done on his trip.

10. Which is the most correct? (189:25: still, yet, or already)
My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's still spent it!
My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it!

11. Which is the most correct? (51:26: very, too, enough)
When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen too much.
When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough.
When does the movie finish? It’s too late and I’ve seen enough.

12. Which is the most correct? (200:27: of, on)
We are doing the test next Tuesday.
We are doing the test on next Tuesday.

13. Which is the most correct? (205:28: take)
Can you please come over and care of my pets tonight?
Can you please come over and take care of my pets tonight?

14. Which is the most correct? (211:29: the)
My job is to test for software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.
My job is to test for the software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.
My job is to test for the software errors, and error you reported was most unusual.

15. Which is the most correct? (59:30: object verbs)
He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed out at the French restaurant.
He regretted to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.
He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. This shop sells men's and women's shoes. (132:16: apostrophe)

2. She used to work in Accounting, but now she's in HR. (139:17: capital letter, comma)

3. She’s definitely looking for accommodation near the city. (35:18: spelling)

4. We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico. (37:19: confusing nouns)

5. He was interested in learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was. (40:20: confusing adjectives)

6. On your hike tomorrow, remember to take enough water. (166:21: get)

7. Peter wished he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job! (168:22: hope or wish)

8. Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey. (177:23: opinion)

9. He wrote to her describing to her what he had done on his trip. (48:24: in, to)

10. My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it! (189:25: still, yet, or already)

11. When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough. (51:26: very, too, enough)

12. We are doing the test next Tuesday. (200:27: of, on)

13. Can you please come over and take care of my pets tonight? (205:28: take)

14. My job is to test for software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual. (211:29: the)

15. He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant. (59:30: object verbs)

Output for H5p Text

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

1. Which is the most correct? (132:16: apostrophe) 
This shop sells men's and women's shoes.
This shop sells mens and womens shoes.
This shop sells mens' and womens' shoes.


2. Which is the most correct? (139:17: capital letter, comma) 
She used to work in Accounting, but now she's in HR.
She used to work in accounting, but now she's in hr.
She used to work in accounting, but now she's in HR.


3. Which is the most correct? (35:18: spelling) 
She’s definitely looking for accommodation near the city.
She’s definitly looking for accomodation near the city.
She’s definitely looking for accomodation near the city.


4. Which is the most correct? (37:19: confusing nouns) 
We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico.
We have a 14 hour travel to reach Australia from Mexico.
We have a 14 hour way to reach Australia from Mexico.


5. Which is the most correct? (40:20: confusing adjectives) 
He was interested in learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.
He was interesting learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.
He was interested in learning French and it was surprised how enjoyable it was.


6. Which is the most correct? (166:21: get) 
On your hike tomorrow, remember to take enough water.
On your hike tomorrow, remember to get enough water.


7. Which is the most correct? (168:22: hope or wish) 
Peter wished he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!
Peter hoped he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!


8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion) 
Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.


9. Which is the most correct? (48:24: in, to) 
He wrote to her describing to her what he had done on his trip.
He wrote to her describing her what he had done on his trip.
He wrote to her describing to her what he had done in his trip.


10. Which is the most correct? (189:25: still, yet, or already) 
My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it!
My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's still spent it!


11. Which is the most correct? (51:26: very, too, enough) 
When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough.
When does the movie finish? It’s too late and I’ve seen enough.
When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen too much.


12. Which is the most correct? (200:27: of, on) 
We are doing the test next Tuesday.
We are doing the test on next Tuesday.


13. Which is the most correct? (205:28: take) 
Can you please come over and take care of my pets tonight?
Can you please come over and care of my pets tonight?


14. Which is the most correct? (211:29: the) 
My job is to test for software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.
My job is to test for the software errors, and error you reported was most unusual.
My job is to test for the software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.


15. Which is the most correct? (59:30: object verbs) 
He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.
He regretted to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.
He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed out at the French restaurant.


Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
,,,,,,,
"1","Which is the most correct? (132:16: apostrophe)","This shop sells men's and women's shoes.","This shop sells mens and womens shoes.","This shop sells mens' and womens' shoes.","",30,1
"2","Which is the most correct? (139:17: capital letter, comma)","She used to work in Accounting, but now she's in HR.","She used to work in accounting, but now she's in hr.","She used to work in accounting, but now she's in HR.","",30,1
"3","Which is the most correct? (35:18: spelling)","She’s definitely looking for accommodation near the city.","She’s definitly looking for accomodation near the city.","She’s definitely looking for accomodation near the city.","",30,1
"4","Which is the most correct? (37:19: confusing nouns)","We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico.","We have a 14 hour travel to reach Australia from Mexico.","We have a 14 hour way to reach Australia from Mexico.","",30,1
"5","Which is the most correct? (40:20: confusing adjectives)","He was interested in learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.","He was interesting learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.","He was interested in learning French and it was surprised how enjoyable it was.","",30,1
"6","Which is the most correct? (166:21: get)","On your hike tomorrow, remember to take enough water.","On your hike tomorrow, remember to get enough water.","","",30,1
"7","Which is the most correct? (168:22: hope or wish)","Peter wished he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!","Peter hoped he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!","","",30,1
"8","Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)","Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.","At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.","","",30,1
"9","Which is the most correct? (48:24: in, to)","He wrote to her describing to her what he had done on his trip.","He wrote to her describing her what he had done on his trip.","He wrote to her describing to her what he had done in his trip.","",30,1
"10","Which is the most correct? (189:25: still, yet, or already)","My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it!","My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's still spent it!","","",30,1
"11","Which is the most correct? (51:26: very, too, enough)","When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough.","When does the movie finish? It’s too late and I’ve seen enough.","When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen too much.","",30,1
"12","Which is the most correct? (200:27: of, on)","We are doing the test next Tuesday.","We are doing the test on next Tuesday.","","",30,1
"13","Which is the most correct? (205:28: take)","Can you please come over and take care of my pets tonight?","Can you please come over and care of my pets tonight?","","",30,1
"14","Which is the most correct? (211:29: the)","My job is to test for software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.","My job is to test for the software errors, and error you reported was most unusual.","My job is to test for the software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.","",30,1
"15","Which is the most correct? (59:30: object verbs)","He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.","He regretted to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.","He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed out at the French restaurant.","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

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

1. Which is the most correct? (132:16: apostrophe) 
A. This shop sells men's and women's shoes.
B. This shop sells mens and womens shoes.
C. This shop sells mens' and womens' shoes.

2. Which is the most correct? (139:17: capital letter, comma) 
A. She used to work in Accounting, but now she's in HR.
B. She used to work in accounting, but now she's in hr.
C. She used to work in accounting, but now she's in HR.

3. Which is the most correct? (35:18: spelling) 
A. She’s definitely looking for accommodation near the city.
B. She’s definitly looking for accomodation near the city.
C. She’s definitely looking for accomodation near the city.

4. Which is the most correct? (37:19: confusing nouns) 
A. We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico.
B. We have a 14 hour travel to reach Australia from Mexico.
C. We have a 14 hour way to reach Australia from Mexico.

5. Which is the most correct? (40:20: confusing adjectives) 
A. He was interested in learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.
B. He was interesting learning French and was surprised how enjoyable it was.
C. He was interested in learning French and it was surprised how enjoyable it was.

6. Which is the most correct? (166:21: get) 
A. On your hike tomorrow, remember to take enough water.
B. On your hike tomorrow, remember to get enough water.

7. Which is the most correct? (168:22: hope or wish) 
A. Peter wished he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!
B. Peter hoped he didn't have to borrow money. He needs a better job!

8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion) 
A. Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
B. At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.

9. Which is the most correct? (48:24: in, to) 
A. He wrote to her describing to her what he had done on his trip.
B. He wrote to her describing her what he had done on his trip.
C. He wrote to her describing to her what he had done in his trip.

10. Which is the most correct? (189:25: still, yet, or already) 
A. My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it!
B. My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's still spent it!

11. Which is the most correct? (51:26: very, too, enough) 
A. When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough.
B. When does the movie finish? It’s too late and I’ve seen enough.
C. When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen too much.

12. Which is the most correct? (200:27: of, on) 
A. We are doing the test next Tuesday.
B. We are doing the test on next Tuesday.

13. Which is the most correct? (205:28: take) 
A. Can you please come over and take care of my pets tonight?
B. Can you please come over and care of my pets tonight?

14. Which is the most correct? (211:29: the) 
A. My job is to test for software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.
B. My job is to test for the software errors, and error you reported was most unusual.
C. My job is to test for the software errors, and the error you reported was most unusual.

15. Which is the most correct? (59:30: object verbs) 
A. He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.
B. He regretted to eat snails, but he enjoyed the night out at the French restaurant.
C. He regretted his decision to eat snails, but he enjoyed out at the French restaurant.

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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Output for MS Quiz 2

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

#Questions: 15

1. Which is the most correct? (131:16: apostrophe)
Who's got the combination to the safe?
Whos got the combination to the safe?
Whose got the combination to the safe?

2. Which is the most correct? (141:17: capital letter, comma)
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think i can find the place.

3. Which is the most correct? (144:18: spelling)
I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches.
I'm begining to practise more for all my speeches.
I'm beginning to practice more for all my speeches.

4. Which is the most correct? (38:19: confusing nouns)
Peter likes camping to be close to nature.
Peter likes camping to be close to the countryside.
Peter likes camping to be close to the environment.

5. Which is the most correct? (160:20: confusing adjectives)
He's interested in her, but she doesn't find him interesting at all.
He's interesting in her, but she doesn't find him interested at all.

6. Which is the most correct? (162:21: get)
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to get home.
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to go home.

7. Which is the most correct? (171:22: hope or wish)
We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.
We don't like that song. We hope you'd stop singing it.

8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)
Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.

9. Which is the most correct? (182:24: in, to)
She's taking lessons in French and Spanish because she wants to travel.
She's taking lessons of French and Spanish because she wants to travel.

10. Which is the most correct? (49:25: still, yet, or already)
You don’t need to help me. I’ve already done the task.
You don’t need to help me yet. I’ve already done the task.
You don’t need to help me. I’ve still done the task.

11. Which is the most correct? (192:26: very, too, enough)
The removalist men were very strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were too strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were strong enough, but they couldn't lift the piano.

12. Which is the most correct? (202:27: of, on)
Most of my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most of friends share my hobbies as well.

13. Which is the most correct? (204:28: take)
Next time you vist me, please bring your friends along.
Next time you vist me, please take your friends along.

14. Which is the most correct? (58:29: the)
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, a ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.

15. Which is the most correct? (61:30: object verbs)
I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.
I really enjoyed at the BBQ yesterday.
I really enjoyed yesterday it at the BBQ.

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is the most correct? (131:16: apostrophe)
Whose got the combination to the safe?
Whos got the combination to the safe?
Who's got the combination to the safe?

2. Which is the most correct? (141:17: capital letter, comma)
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think i can find the place.

3. Which is the most correct? (144:18: spelling)
I'm beginning to practice more for all my speeches.
I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches.
I'm begining to practise more for all my speeches.

4. Which is the most correct? (38:19: confusing nouns)
Peter likes camping to be close to the environment.
Peter likes camping to be close to nature.
Peter likes camping to be close to the countryside.

5. Which is the most correct? (160:20: confusing adjectives)
He's interesting in her, but she doesn't find him interested at all.
He's interested in her, but she doesn't find him interesting at all.

6. Which is the most correct? (162:21: get)
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to get home.
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to go home.

7. Which is the most correct? (171:22: hope or wish)
We don't like that song. We hope you'd stop singing it.
We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.

8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)
Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.

9. Which is the most correct? (182:24: in, to)
She's taking lessons in French and Spanish because she wants to travel.
She's taking lessons of French and Spanish because she wants to travel.

10. Which is the most correct? (49:25: still, yet, or already)
You don’t need to help me. I’ve still done the task.
You don’t need to help me. I’ve already done the task.
You don’t need to help me yet. I’ve already done the task.

11. Which is the most correct? (192:26: very, too, enough)
The removalist men were strong enough, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were too strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were very strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.

12. Which is the most correct? (202:27: of, on)
Most my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most of my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most of friends share my hobbies as well.

13. Which is the most correct? (204:28: take)
Next time you vist me, please bring your friends along.
Next time you vist me, please take your friends along.

14. Which is the most correct? (58:29: the)
After accidentally spilling its oil, a ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.

15. Which is the most correct? (61:30: object verbs)
I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.
I really enjoyed yesterday it at the BBQ.
I really enjoyed at the BBQ yesterday.

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (131:30: object verbs) Who's got the combination to the safe?
2. (141:30: object verbs) I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place.
3. (144:30: object verbs) I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches.
4. (38:30: object verbs) Peter likes camping to be close to nature.
5. (160:30: object verbs) He's interested in her, but she doesn't find him interesting at all.
6. (162:30: object verbs) We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to get home.
7. (171:30: object verbs) We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.
8. (177:30: object verbs) Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
9. (182:30: object verbs) She's taking lessons in French and Spanish because she wants to travel.
10. (49:30: object verbs) You don’t need to help me. I’ve already done the task.
11. (192:30: object verbs) The removalist men were very strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
12. (202:30: object verbs) Most of my friends share my hobbies as well.
13. (204:30: object verbs) Next time you vist me, please bring your friends along.
14. (58:30: object verbs) After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
15. (61:30: object verbs) I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

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

1. Which is the most correct? (131:16: apostrophe)
Who's got the combination to the safe?
Whos got the combination to the safe?
Whose got the combination to the safe?

2. Which is the most correct? (141:17: capital letter, comma)
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go but I think I can find the place.
I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think i can find the place.

3. Which is the most correct? (144:18: spelling)
I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches.
I'm begining to practise more for all my speeches.
I'm beginning to practice more for all my speeches.

4. Which is the most correct? (38:19: confusing nouns)
Peter likes camping to be close to nature.
Peter likes camping to be close to the countryside.
Peter likes camping to be close to the environment.

5. Which is the most correct? (160:20: confusing adjectives)
He's interested in her, but she doesn't find him interesting at all.
He's interesting in her, but she doesn't find him interested at all.

6. Which is the most correct? (162:21: get)
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to get home.
We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to go home.

7. Which is the most correct? (171:22: hope or wish)
We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.
We don't like that song. We hope you'd stop singing it.

8. Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)
Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.
At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.

9. Which is the most correct? (182:24: in, to)
She's taking lessons in French and Spanish because she wants to travel.
She's taking lessons of French and Spanish because she wants to travel.

10. Which is the most correct? (49:25: still, yet, or already)
You don’t need to help me. I’ve already done the task.
You don’t need to help me yet. I’ve already done the task.
You don’t need to help me. I’ve still done the task.

11. Which is the most correct? (192:26: very, too, enough)
The removalist men were very strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were too strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.
The removalist men were strong enough, but they couldn't lift the piano.

12. Which is the most correct? (202:27: of, on)
Most of my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most my friends share my hobbies as well.
Most of friends share my hobbies as well.

13. Which is the most correct? (204:28: take)
Next time you vist me, please bring your friends along.
Next time you vist me, please take your friends along.

14. Which is the most correct? (58:29: the)
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, a ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.

15. Which is the most correct? (61:30: object verbs)
I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.
I really enjoyed at the BBQ yesterday.
I really enjoyed yesterday it at the BBQ.

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
,,,,,,,
"2","Which is the most correct? (131:16: apostrophe)","Who's got the combination to the safe?","Whos got the combination to the safe?","Whose got the combination to the safe?","",30,1
"3","Which is the most correct? (141:17: capital letter, comma)","I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place. ","I'm a little unsure where to go but I think I can find the place. ","I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think i can find the place. ","",30,1
"4","Which is the most correct? (144:18: spelling)","I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches.","I'm begining to practise more for all my speeches.","I'm beginning to practice more for all my speeches.","",30,1
"5","Which is the most correct? (38:19: confusing nouns)","Peter likes camping to be close to nature.","Peter likes camping to be close to the countryside.","Peter likes camping to be close to the environment.","",30,1
"6","Which is the most correct? (160:20: confusing adjectives)","He's interested in her, but she doesn't find him interesting at all.","He's interesting in her, but she doesn't find him interested at all.","","",30,1
"7","Which is the most correct? (162:21: get)","We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to get home.","We took a wrong turn so it took us longer to go home.","","",30,1
"8","Which is the most correct? (171:22: hope or wish)","We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.","We don't like that song. We hope you'd stop singing it.","","",30,1
"9","Which is the most correct? (177:23: opinion)","Firstly, set your budget and then plan your journey.","At first, set your budget and then plan your journey.","","",30,1
"10","Which is the most correct? (182:24: in, to)","She's taking lessons in French and Spanish because she wants to travel.","She's taking lessons of French and Spanish because she wants to travel.","","",30,1
"11","Which is the most correct? (49:25: still, yet, or already)","You don’t need to help me. I’ve already done the task.","You don’t need to help me yet. I’ve already done the task.","You don’t need to help me. I’ve still done the task.","",30,1
"12","Which is the most correct? (192:26: very, too, enough)","The removalist men were very strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.","The removalist men were too strong, but they couldn't lift the piano.","The removalist men were strong enough, but they couldn't lift the piano.","",30,1
"13","Which is the most correct? (202:27: of, on)","Most of my friends share my hobbies as well.","Most my friends share my hobbies as well.","Most of friends share my hobbies as well.","",30,1
"14","Which is the most correct? (204:28: take)","Next time you vist me, please bring your friends along.","Next time you vist me, please take your friends along.","","",30,1
"15","Which is the most correct? (58:29: the)","After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.","After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by pollution.","After accidentally spilling its oil, a ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.","",30,1
"16","Which is the most correct? (61:30: object verbs)","I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.","I really enjoyed at the BBQ yesterday.","I really enjoyed yesterday it at the BBQ.","",30,1