June 18, 2024

Rows: 15 Cols: 10

Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they) 
If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.

2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)
We have two children. They are playing in the water.
We have two children. They are playing in the waters.
We have two childs. They are playing in the water.

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)
Sarah likes many types of music.
Sarah likes much types of music.

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)
My friend likes to see that movie.
My friend wants to see that movie.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)
I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.
I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)
Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
Tom enjoys to cook for the family.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.

9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)
In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.

10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)
The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)
We are having a party on Saturday night.
We are having a party in Saturday night.
We are having a party at Saturday night.

14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)
Sarah is not very happy about the test.
Sarah is not very happy for the test.
Sarah is not very happy from the test.

15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for)
Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.
Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door. (16:16: there / it / they)

2. We have two children. They are playing in the water. (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)

3. Sarah likes many types of music. (18:18: much / many)

4. My friend wants to see that movie. (19:19: like / would like / want)

5. I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today. (20:20: do / to do)

6. Tom enjoys cooking for the family. (21:21: verb + doing)

7. My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other. (22:22: other, others, another, each other)

8. Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one. (23:23: one / ones)

9. In a test, you should do the easiest questions first. (24:24: old / older / the oldest)

10. The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world. (25:25: capital letters)

11. Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe. (26:26: at / in places)

12. Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train. (27:27: by / in / on + transport)

13. We are having a party on Saturday night. (28:28: at / in / on + time)

14. Sarah is not very happy about the test. (29:29: from / about / of)

15. Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early. (30:30: for)

Output for H5p Text

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

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they) 
If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.


2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns) 
We have two children. They are playing in the water.
We have two childs. They are playing in the water.
We have two children. They are playing in the waters.


3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many) 
Sarah likes many types of music.
Sarah likes much types of music.


4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want) 
My friend wants to see that movie.
My friend likes to see that movie.


5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do) 
I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.


6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing) 
Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
Tom enjoys to cook for the family.


7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other) 
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.


8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones) 
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.


9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest) 
In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.


10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters) 
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.


11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places) 
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.


12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport) 
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.


13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time) 
We are having a party on Saturday night.
We are having a party at Saturday night.
We are having a party in Saturday night.


14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of) 
Sarah is not very happy about the test.
Sarah is not very happy for the test.
Sarah is not very happy from the test.


15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for) 
Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.
Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.


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: there / it / they)","If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door. ","If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door. ","If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door. ","",30,1
"2","Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)","We have two children. They are playing in the water.","We have two childs. They are playing in the water.","We have two children. They are playing in the waters.","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)","Sarah likes many types of music.","Sarah likes much types of music.","","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)","My friend wants to see that movie.","My friend likes to see that movie.","","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)","I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.","I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.","I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)","Tom enjoys cooking for the family.","Tom enjoys to cook for the family.","","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)","In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.","In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.","","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)","The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.","The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.","The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)","Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.","Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.","Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)","We are having a party on Saturday night.","We are having a party at Saturday night.","We are having a party in Saturday night.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)","Sarah is not very happy about the test.","Sarah is not very happy for the test.","Sarah is not very happy from the test.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (30:30: for)","Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.","Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.","","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they) 
A. If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.
B. If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.
C. If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.

2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns) 
A. We have two children. They are playing in the water.
B. We have two childs. They are playing in the water.
C. We have two children. They are playing in the waters.

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many) 
A. Sarah likes many types of music.
B. Sarah likes much types of music.

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want) 
A. My friend wants to see that movie.
B. My friend likes to see that movie.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do) 
A. I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
B. I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
C. I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing) 
A. Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
B. Tom enjoys to cook for the family.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other) 
A. My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.
B. My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
C. My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones) 
A. Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.
B. Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
C. Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.

9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest) 
A. In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
B. In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.

10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters) 
A. The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
B. The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
C. The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places) 
A. Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
B. Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
C. Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport) 
A. Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
B. Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
C. Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time) 
A. We are having a party on Saturday night.
B. We are having a party at Saturday night.
C. We are having a party in Saturday night.

14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of) 
A. Sarah is not very happy about the test.
B. Sarah is not very happy for the test.
C. Sarah is not very happy from the test.

15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for) 
A. Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.
B. Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.

Output for H5p Experimental JSON Component

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


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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: there / it / they)
If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.

2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)
We have two children. They are playing in the water.
We have two childs. They are playing in the water.
We have two children. They are playing in the waters.

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)
Sarah likes many types of music.
Sarah likes much types of music.

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)
My friend wants to see that movie.
My friend likes to see that movie.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)
I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)
Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
Tom enjoys to cook for the family.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.

9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)
In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.

10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)
We are having a party on Saturday night.
We are having a party at Saturday night.
We are having a party in Saturday night.

14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)
Sarah is not very happy about the test.
Sarah is not very happy for the test.
Sarah is not very happy from the test.

15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for)
Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.
Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they)
If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.

2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)
We have two children. They are playing in the waters.
We have two childs. They are playing in the water.
We have two children. They are playing in the water.

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)
Sarah likes much types of music.
Sarah likes many types of music.

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)
My friend wants to see that movie.
My friend likes to see that movie.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)
I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)
Tom enjoys to cook for the family.
Tom enjoys cooking for the family.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.

9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)
In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.

10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)
We are having a party on Saturday night.
We are having a party at Saturday night.
We are having a party in Saturday night.

14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)
Sarah is not very happy about the test.
Sarah is not very happy for the test.
Sarah is not very happy from the test.

15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for)
Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.
Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (16:30: for) If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door. 
2. (17:30: for) We have two children. They are playing in the water.
3. (18:30: for) Sarah likes many types of music.
4. (19:30: for) My friend wants to see that movie.
5. (20:30: for) I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
6. (21:30: for) Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
7. (22:30: for) My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.
8. (23:30: for) Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.
9. (24:30: for) In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
10. (25:30: for) The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
11. (26:30: for) Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
12. (27:30: for) Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
13. (28:30: for) We are having a party on Saturday night.
14. (29:30: for) Sarah is not very happy about the test.
15. (30:30: for) Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they)
If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door.
If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door.

2. Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)
We have two children. They are playing in the water.
We have two childs. They are playing in the water.
We have two children. They are playing in the waters.

3. Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)
Sarah likes many types of music.
Sarah likes much types of music.

4. Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)
My friend wants to see that movie.
My friend likes to see that movie.

5. Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)
I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.
I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.

6. Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)
Tom enjoys cooking for the family.
Tom enjoys to cook for the family.

7. Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.
My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.

8. Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.
Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.

9. Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)
In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.
In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.

10. Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.
The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.
The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.

11. Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.
Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.

12. Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.
Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.

13. Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)
We are having a party on Saturday night.
We are having a party at Saturday night.
We are having a party in Saturday night.

14. Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)
Sarah is not very happy about the test.
Sarah is not very happy for the test.
Sarah is not very happy from the test.

15. Which is more correct? (30:30: for)
Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.
Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

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,,,,,,,
"2","Which is more correct? (16:16: there / it / they)","If you like coffee, there is a wonderful cafe next door. ","If you like coffee, they is a wonderful cafe next door. ","If you like coffee, it is a wonderful cafe next door. ","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (17:17: plural / uncountable nouns)","We have two children. They are playing in the water.","We have two childs. They are playing in the water.","We have two children. They are playing in the waters.","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (18:18: much / many)","Sarah likes many types of music.","Sarah likes much types of music.","","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (19:19: like / would like / want)","My friend wants to see that movie.","My friend likes to see that movie.","","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (20:20: do / to do)","I like to play football, but we didn't play very well today.","I like play football, but we didn't play very well today.","I like to play football, but we didn't to play very well today.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (21:21: verb + doing)","Tom enjoys cooking for the family.","Tom enjoys to cook for the family.","","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (22:22: other, others, another, each other)","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each other.","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like each another.","My brother and I always fight. We really don't like another.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (23:23: one / ones)","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new one.","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want a new ones.","Sally likes her old car. She doesn't want new ones.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (24:24: old / older / the oldest)","In a test, you should do the easiest questions first.","In a test, you should do the most easy questions first.","","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (25:25: capital letters)","The Amazon, in South America, is the longest river in the world.","The Amazon, in South America, is the longest River in the world.","The Amazon, in south America, is the longest river in the world.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (26:26: at / in places)","Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.","Sally likes to stay in home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits in the local cafe.","Sally likes to stay at home in the evenings, but sometimes she sits at the local cafe.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (27:27: by / in / on + transport)","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by train.","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school by the train.","Peter lives near the train station, so he usually travels to school on train.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (28:28: at / in / on + time)","We are having a party on Saturday night.","We are having a party at Saturday night.","We are having a party in Saturday night.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (29:29: from / about / of)","Sarah is not very happy about the test.","Sarah is not very happy for the test.","Sarah is not very happy from the test.","",30,1
"16","Which is more correct? (30:30: for)","Peter didn't wait for the concert to finish. He left early.","Peter didn't wait the concert to finish. He left early.","","",30,1