June 18, 2024

Rows: 60 Cols: 10

Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if) 
If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.
When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.

2. Which is the most correct? (65:1: when or if)
If Peter comes, I'll call you immediately.
If Peter comes, I call you immediately.
If Peter will come, I'll call you immediately.

3. Which is the most correct? (3:2: present tenses for future)
The conference is starting at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
The conference starts at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
The conference will start at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.

4. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)
The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.

5. Which is the most correct? (5:3: indirect questions)
Could you tell me what is the time of the next train?
Could you tell me what time the next train is?
Could you tell me what time is the next train?

6. Which is the most correct? (69:3: indirect questions)
She wondered whether the race would start soon.
She wondered whether the race starts soon.
She wondered whether the race will start soon.

7. Which is the most correct? (7:4: have or have got)
Did you have got a good holiday last month?
Had you got a good holiday last month?
Did you have a good holiday last month?

8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.

9. Which is the most correct? (9:5: present perfect)
We are married since ten years.
We have been married for ten years.
We are married for ten years.

10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)
This is the fourth time I try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.

11. Which is the most correct? (75:6: past perfect)
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests did leave by then.
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests had left by then.
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests left by then.

12. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)
Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.

13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)
To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must stop eating out every night.

14. Which is the most correct? (81:7: must or have to)
We must to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
We have to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
We must remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.

15. Which is the most correct? (84:8: mustn't or don't have to)
Our daughter doesn't have to wear a school uniform.
Our daughter mustn't wear a school uniform.
Our daughter mustn't have to wear a school uniform.

16. Which is the most correct? (87:8: mustn't or don't have to)
I don't have to go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
I must right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
I don't must go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.

17. Which is the most correct? (92:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
If you leave now, you'll probably can catch the next bus.
If you leave now, you'll probably can to catch the next bus.
If you leave now, you'll probably be able to catch the next bus.

18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.

19. Which is the most correct? (19:10: say or tell)
My parents don’t say me much about their childhood.
My parents don’t tell much about their childhood.
My parents don’t tell me much about their childhood.

20. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)
My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.

21. Which is the most correct? (22:11: make or do)
As a student, I’m used to doing a lot of homework.
As a student, I’m used to do a lot of homework.
As a student, I’m used to making a lot of homework.

22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)
We have so much housework to make before the party!
We have so much housework to do before the party!

23. Which is the most correct? (24:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
We got lost last night and couldn’t finding our hotel.
We got lost last night and couldn’t find our hotel.
We got lost last night and couldn’t find out our hotel.

24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.

25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)
He's not as clever as you.
He's not as clever like you.
He's not clever as you.

26. Which is the most correct? (118:13: like or as)
She wishes she had nice clothes as yours.
She wishes she had as nice clothes like yours.
She wishes she had nice clothes like yours.

27. Which is the most correct? (120:14: countable)
He had two jobs, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
He had two works, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
He had two employments, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.

28. Which is the most correct? (121:14: countable)
There isn't much accommodation available right now.
There aren't much housing available right now.
There aren't many accommodations available right now.

29. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)
She can’t work today. She’s not good.
She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.
She can’t work today. She’s not well.

30. Which is the most correct? (130:15: good or well)
You will like working here. We are very good treated.
You will like working here. We are treated goodly.
You will like working here. We are very well treated.

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

32. Which is the most correct? (134:16: apostrophe)
This house is awful. Its too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.
This house is awful. It's too small and its bathroom is outside in the garden.
This house is awful. It's too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.

33. Which is the most correct? (33:17: capital letter, comma)
When you are in the UK you must visit the tower of London!
When you are in the uk, you must visit the Tower of London!
When you are in the UK, you must visit the Tower of London!

34. Which is the most correct? (34:17: capital letter, comma)
We live in Brisbane, Australia.
We live in Brisbane Australia.
We live in brisbane, Australia.

35. Which is the most correct? (36:18: spelling)
We’d realy like to see a change in government this year.
We’d really like to see a change in government this year.
We’d really like to see a change in goverment this year.

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

37. 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.

38. Which is the most correct? (154:19: confusing nouns)
I journey to work on public transport, usually by train.
I trip to work on public transport, usually by train.
I travel to work on public transport, usually by train.

39. Which is the most correct? (39:20: confusing adjectives)
We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointed.
We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointing.
We thought ice skating would be funny, but we were very disappointed.

40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)
She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.
She's very sensible and makes good decisions.

41. Which is the most correct? (161:21: get)
My friends invited me to go with them to the concert.
My friends invited me to get with them to the concert.

42. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)
Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.

43. Which is the most correct? (167:22: hope or wish)
He wished he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.
He hoped he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.

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

45. 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.

46. Which is the most correct? (178:23: opinion)
First of all I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
At first I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
Firstly I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.

47. Which is the most correct? (180:24: in, to)
I'm interested to buy the car I saw in your TV commercials.
I'm interested in buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.
I'm interested to buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.

48. Which is the most correct? (184:24: in, to)
The police asked me to describe them what the robber looked like.
The police asked me to describe to them what the robber looked like.

49. Which is the most correct? (188:25: still, yet, or already)
After years of looking, he yet hasn't found that shipwreck.
After years of looking, he still hasn't found that shipwreck.

50. 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!

51. 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 too late and I’ve seen enough.
When does the movie finish? It’s very late and I’ve seen enough.

52. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)
Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.

53. Which is the most correct? (197:27: of, on)
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending of the season.
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending the season.
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending on the season.

54. 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.

55. Which is the most correct? (56:28: take)
You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care with you.
You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care of you.
You should pay attention with your parents because they try hard to take care of you.

56. Which is the most correct? (203:28: take)
Can you take my car to the garage for me?
Can you bring my car to the garage for me?

57. Which is the most correct? (209:29: the)
Many fish died as a result of pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.
Many fish died as a result of the pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.

58. Which is the most correct? (213:29: the)
She loves animals and volunteers helping animals at our local shelter.
She loves the animals and volunteers helping animals at or local shelter.
She loves animals and volunteers helping the animals at our local shelter.

59. 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.

60. Which is the most correct? (63:30: object verbs)
You can't stand when people interrupt you.
You can't stand people interrupt you.
You can't stand it people interrupt you.

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. If you treat employees unfairly they will quit. (1:1: when or if)

2. If Peter comes, I'll call you immediately. (65:1: when or if)

3. The conference starts at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early. (3:2: present tenses for future)

4. The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night. (66:2: present tenses for future)

5. Could you tell me what time the next train is? (5:3: indirect questions)

6. She wondered whether the race would start soon. (69:3: indirect questions)

7. Did you have a good holiday last month? (7:4: have or have got)

8. I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet. (71:4: have or have got)

9. We have been married for ten years. (9:5: present perfect)

10. This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today. (10:5: present perfect)

11. He arrived at the wedding late and most guests had left by then. (75:6: past perfect)

12. Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside. (77:6: past perfect)

13. To save money, I must stop eating out every night. (14:7: must or have to)

14. We must remember to buy tickets before getting on the train. (81:7: must or have to)

15. Our daughter doesn't have to wear a school uniform. (84:8: mustn't or don't have to)

16. I don't have to go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber. (87:8: mustn't or don't have to)

17. If you leave now, you'll probably be able to catch the next bus. (92:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)

18. Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight. (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)

19. My parents don’t tell me much about their childhood. (19:10: say or tell)

20. My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it. (95:10: say or tell)

21. As a student, I’m used to doing a lot of homework. (22:11: make or do)

22. We have so much housework to do before the party! (101:11: make or do)

23. We got lost last night and couldn’t find our hotel. (24:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)

24. Let me help you take off that wet raincoat. (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)

25. He's not as clever as you. (113:13: like or as)

26. She wishes she had nice clothes like yours. (118:13: like or as)

27. He had two jobs, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours. (120:14: countable)

28. There isn't much accommodation available right now. (121:14: countable)

29. She can’t work today. She’s not well. (30:15: good or well)

30. You will like working here. We are very well treated. (130:15: good or well)

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

32. This house is awful. It's too small and its bathroom is outside in the garden. (134:16: apostrophe)

33. When you are in the UK, you must visit the Tower of London! (33:17: capital letter, comma)

34. We live in Brisbane, Australia. (34:17: capital letter, comma)

35. We’d really like to see a change in government this year. (36:18: spelling)

36. I'm beginning to practise more for all my speeches. (144:18: spelling)

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

38. I travel to work on public transport, usually by train. (154:19: confusing nouns)

39. We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointed. (39:20: confusing adjectives)

40. She's very sensible and makes good decisions. (158:20: confusing adjectives)

41. My friends invited me to go with them to the concert. (161:21: get)

42. Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash. (165:21: get)

43. He wished he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job. (167:22: hope or wish)

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

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

46. At first I didn't like this city, but now it's ok. (178:23: opinion)

47. I'm interested in buying the car I saw in your TV commercials. (180:24: in, to)

48. The police asked me to describe to them what the robber looked like. (184:24: in, to)

49. After years of looking, he still hasn't found that shipwreck. (188:25: still, yet, or already)

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

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

52. Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later. (196:26: very, too, enough)

53. Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending on the season. (197:27: of, on)

54. Most of my friends share my hobbies as well. (202:27: of, on)

55. You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care of you. (56:28: take)

56. Can you take my car to the garage for me? (203:28: take)

57. Many fish died as a result of the pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed. (209:29: the)

58. She loves animals and volunteers helping the animals at our local shelter. (213:29: the)

59. I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday. (61:30: object verbs)

60. You can't stand when people interrupt you. (63:30: object verbs)

Output for H5p Text

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

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if) 
If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.
When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.


2. Which is the most correct? (65:1: when or if) 
If Peter comes, I'll call you immediately.
If Peter will come, I'll call you immediately.
If Peter comes, I call you immediately.


3. Which is the most correct? (3:2: present tenses for future) 
The conference starts at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
The conference will start at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
The conference is starting at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.


4. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future) 
The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.


5. Which is the most correct? (5:3: indirect questions) 
Could you tell me what time the next train is?
Could you tell me what time is the next train?
Could you tell me what is the time of the next train?


6. Which is the most correct? (69:3: indirect questions) 
She wondered whether the race would start soon.
She wondered whether the race starts soon.
She wondered whether the race will start soon.


7. Which is the most correct? (7:4: have or have got) 
Did you have a good holiday last month?
Did you have got a good holiday last month?
Had you got a good holiday last month?


8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got) 
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.


9. Which is the most correct? (9:5: present perfect) 
We have been married for ten years.
We are married for ten years.
We are married since ten years.


10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect) 
This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I try to call you today.


11. Which is the most correct? (75:6: past perfect) 
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests had left by then.
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests left by then.
He arrived at the wedding late and most guests did leave by then.


12. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect) 
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.
Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.


13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to) 
To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.


14. Which is the most correct? (81:7: must or have to) 
We must remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
We must to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
We have to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.


15. Which is the most correct? (84:8: mustn't or don't have to) 
Our daughter doesn't have to wear a school uniform.
Our daughter mustn't have to wear a school uniform.
Our daughter mustn't wear a school uniform.


16. Which is the most correct? (87:8: mustn't or don't have to) 
I don't have to go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
I don't must go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
I must right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.


17. Which is the most correct? (92:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to) 
If you leave now, you'll probably be able to catch the next bus.
If you leave now, you'll probably can to catch the next bus.
If you leave now, you'll probably can catch the next bus.


18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to) 
Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.


19. Which is the most correct? (19:10: say or tell) 
My parents don’t tell me much about their childhood.
My parents don’t tell much about their childhood.
My parents don’t say me much about their childhood.


20. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell) 
My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.


21. Which is the most correct? (22:11: make or do) 
As a student, I’m used to doing a lot of homework.
As a student, I’m used to do a lot of homework.
As a student, I’m used to making a lot of homework.


22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do) 
We have so much housework to do before the party!
We have so much housework to make before the party!


23. Which is the most correct? (24:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off) 
We got lost last night and couldn’t find our hotel.
We got lost last night and couldn’t find out our hotel.
We got lost last night and couldn’t finding our hotel.


24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off) 
Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.


25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as) 
He's not as clever as you.
He's not as clever like you.
He's not clever as you.


26. Which is the most correct? (118:13: like or as) 
She wishes she had nice clothes like yours.
She wishes she had nice clothes as yours.
She wishes she had as nice clothes like yours.


27. Which is the most correct? (120:14: countable) 
He had two jobs, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
He had two works, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
He had two employments, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.


28. Which is the most correct? (121:14: countable) 
There isn't much accommodation available right now.
There aren't many accommodations available right now.
There aren't much housing available right now.


29. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well) 
She can’t work today. She’s not well.
She can’t work today. She’s not good.
She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.


30. Which is the most correct? (130:15: good or well) 
You will like working here. We are very well treated.
You will like working here. We are very good treated.
You will like working here. We are treated goodly.


31. 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.


32. Which is the most correct? (134:16: apostrophe) 
This house is awful. It's too small and its bathroom is outside in the garden.
This house is awful. Its too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.
This house is awful. It's too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.


33. Which is the most correct? (33:17: capital letter, comma) 
When you are in the UK, you must visit the Tower of London!
When you are in the uk, you must visit the Tower of London!
When you are in the UK you must visit the tower of London!


34. Which is the most correct? (34:17: capital letter, comma) 
We live in Brisbane, Australia.
We live in brisbane, Australia.
We live in Brisbane Australia.


35. Which is the most correct? (36:18: spelling) 
We’d really like to see a change in government this year.
We’d realy like to see a change in government this year.
We’d really like to see a change in goverment this year.


36. 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.


37. 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.


38. Which is the most correct? (154:19: confusing nouns) 
I travel to work on public transport, usually by train.
I trip to work on public transport, usually by train.
I journey to work on public transport, usually by train.


39. Which is the most correct? (39:20: confusing adjectives) 
We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointed.
We thought ice skating would be funny, but we were very disappointed.
We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointing.


40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives) 
She's very sensible and makes good decisions.
She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.


41. Which is the most correct? (161:21: get) 
My friends invited me to go with them to the concert.
My friends invited me to get with them to the concert.


42. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get) 
Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.


43. Which is the most correct? (167:22: hope or wish) 
He wished he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.
He hoped he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.


44. 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!


45. 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.


46. Which is the most correct? (178:23: opinion) 
At first I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
First of all I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
Firstly I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.


47. Which is the most correct? (180:24: in, to) 
I'm interested in buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.
I'm interested to buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.
I'm interested to buy the car I saw in your TV commercials.


48. Which is the most correct? (184:24: in, to) 
The police asked me to describe to them what the robber looked like.
The police asked me to describe them what the robber looked like.


49. Which is the most correct? (188:25: still, yet, or already) 
After years of looking, he still hasn't found that shipwreck.
After years of looking, he yet hasn't found that shipwreck.


50. 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!


51. 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.


52. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough) 
Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.


53. Which is the most correct? (197:27: of, on) 
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending on the season.
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending the season.
Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending of the season.


54. 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.


55. Which is the most correct? (56:28: take) 
You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care of you.
You should pay attention with your parents because they try hard to take care of you.
You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care with you.


56. Which is the most correct? (203:28: take) 
Can you take my car to the garage for me?
Can you bring my car to the garage for me?


57. Which is the most correct? (209:29: the) 
Many fish died as a result of the pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.
Many fish died as a result of pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.


58. Which is the most correct? (213:29: the) 
She loves animals and volunteers helping the animals at our local shelter.
She loves animals and volunteers helping animals at our local shelter.
She loves the animals and volunteers helping animals at or local shelter.


59. 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.


60. Which is the most correct? (63:30: object verbs) 
You can't stand when people interrupt you.
You can't stand people interrupt you.
You can't stand it people interrupt you.


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? (1:1: when or if)","If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.","If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.","When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.","",30,1
"2","Which is the most correct? (65:1: when or if)","If Peter comes, I'll call you immediately.","If Peter will come, I'll call you immediately.","If Peter comes, I call you immediately.","",30,1
"3","Which is the most correct? (3:2: present tenses for future)","The conference starts at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.","The conference will start at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.","The conference is starting at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.","",30,1
"4","Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)","The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.","The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.","The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.","",30,1
"5","Which is the most correct? (5:3: indirect questions)","Could you tell me what time the next train is?","Could you tell me what time is the next train?","Could you tell me what is the time of the next train?","",30,1
"6","Which is the most correct? (69:3: indirect questions)","She wondered whether the race would start soon.","She wondered whether the race starts soon.","She wondered whether the race will start soon.","",30,1
"7","Which is the most correct? (7:4: have or have got)","Did you have a good holiday last month?","Did you have got a good holiday last month?","Had you got a good holiday last month?","",30,1
"8","Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.","",30,1
"9","Which is the most correct? (9:5: present perfect)","We have been married for ten years.","We are married for ten years.","We are married since ten years.","",30,1
"10","Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)","This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.","This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.","This is the fourth time I try to call you today.","",30,1
"11","Which is the most correct? (75:6: past perfect)","He arrived at the wedding late and most guests had left by then.","He arrived at the wedding late and most guests left by then.","He arrived at the wedding late and most guests did leave by then.","",30,1
"12","Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)","Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.","Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.","Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.","",30,1
"13","Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)","To save money, I must stop eating out every night.","To save money, I have stop eating out every night.","To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.","",30,1
"14","Which is the most correct? (81:7: must or have to)","We must remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.","We must to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.","We have to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.","",30,1
"15","Which is the most correct? (84:8: mustn't or don't have to)","Our daughter doesn't have to wear a school uniform.","Our daughter mustn't have to wear a school uniform.","Our daughter mustn't wear a school uniform.","",30,1
"16","Which is the most correct? (87:8: mustn't or don't have to)","I don't have to go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.","I don't must go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.","I must right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.","",30,1
"17","Which is the most correct? (92:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)","If you leave now, you'll probably be able to catch the next bus.","If you leave now, you'll probably can to catch the next bus.","If you leave now, you'll probably can catch the next bus.","",30,1
"18","Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)","Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.","Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.","Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.","",30,1
"19","Which is the most correct? (19:10: say or tell)","My parents don’t tell me much about their childhood.","My parents don’t tell much about their childhood.","My parents don’t say me much about their childhood.","",30,1
"20","Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)","My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","",30,1
"21","Which is the most correct? (22:11: make or do)","As a student, I’m used to doing a lot of homework.","As a student, I’m used to do a lot of homework.","As a student, I’m used to making a lot of homework.","",30,1
"22","Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)","We have so much housework to do before the party!","We have so much housework to make before the party!","","",30,1
"23","Which is the most correct? (24:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)","We got lost last night and couldn’t find our hotel.","We got lost last night and couldn’t find out our hotel.","We got lost last night and couldn’t finding our hotel.","",30,1
"24","Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)","Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.","Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.","Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.","",30,1
"25","Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)","He's not as clever as you.","He's not as clever like you.","He's not clever as you.","",30,1
"26","Which is the most correct? (118:13: like or as)","She wishes she had nice clothes like yours.","She wishes she had nice clothes as yours.","She wishes she had as nice clothes like yours.","",30,1
"27","Which is the most correct? (120:14: countable)","He had two jobs, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.","He had two works, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.","He had two employments, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.","",30,1
"28","Which is the most correct? (121:14: countable)","There isn't much accommodation available right now.","There aren't many accommodations available right now.","There aren't much housing available right now.","",30,1
"29","Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)","She can’t work today. She’s not well.","She can’t work today. She’s not good.","She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.","",30,1
"30","Which is the most correct? (130:15: good or well)","You will like working here. We are very well treated. ","You will like working here. We are very good treated.","You will like working here. We are treated goodly.","",30,1
"31","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
"32","Which is the most correct? (134:16: apostrophe)","This house is awful. It's too small and its bathroom is outside in the garden.","This house is awful. Its too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.","This house is awful. It's too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.","",30,1
"33","Which is the most correct? (33:17: capital letter, comma)","When you are in the UK, you must visit the Tower of London!","When you are in the uk, you must visit the Tower of London!","When you are in the UK you must visit the tower of London!","",30,1
"34","Which is the most correct? (34:17: capital letter, comma)","We live in Brisbane, Australia.","We live in brisbane, Australia.","We live in Brisbane Australia.","",30,1
"35","Which is the most correct? (36:18: spelling)","We’d really like to see a change in government this year.","We’d realy like to see a change in government this year.","We’d really like to see a change in goverment this year.","",30,1
"36","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
"37","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
"38","Which is the most correct? (154:19: confusing nouns)","I travel to work on public transport, usually by train.","I trip to work on public transport, usually by train.","I journey to work on public transport, usually by train.","",30,1
"39","Which is the most correct? (39:20: confusing adjectives)","We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointed.","We thought ice skating would be funny, but we were very disappointed.","We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointing.","",30,1
"40","Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)","She's very sensible and makes good decisions.","She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.","","",30,1
"41","Which is the most correct? (161:21: get)","My friends invited me to go with them to the concert.","My friends invited me to get with them to the concert.","","",30,1
"42","Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)","Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.","Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.","","",30,1
"43","Which is the most correct? (167:22: hope or wish)","He wished he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.","He hoped he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.","","",30,1
"44","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
"45","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
"46","Which is the most correct? (178:23: opinion)","At first I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.","First of all I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.","Firstly I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.","",30,1
"47","Which is the most correct? (180:24: in, to)","I'm interested in buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.","I'm interested to buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.","I'm interested to buy the car I saw in your TV commercials.","",30,1
"48","Which is the most correct? (184:24: in, to)","The police asked me to describe to them what the robber looked like.","The police asked me to describe them what the robber looked like.","","",30,1
"49","Which is the most correct? (188:25: still, yet, or already)","After years of looking, he still hasn't found that shipwreck.","After years of looking, he yet hasn't found that shipwreck.","","",30,1
"50","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
"51","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
"52","Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)","Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.","Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.","","",30,1
"53","Which is the most correct? (197:27: of, on)","Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending on the season.","Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending the season.","Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending of the season.","",30,1
"54","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
"55","Which is the most correct? (56:28: take)","You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care of you.","You should pay attention with your parents because they try hard to take care of you.","You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care with you.","",30,1
"56","Which is the most correct? (203:28: take)","Can you take my car to the garage for me?","Can you bring my car to the garage for me?","","",30,1
"57","Which is the most correct? (209:29: the)","Many fish died as a result of the pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.","Many fish died as a result of pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.","","",30,1
"58","Which is the most correct? (213:29: the)","She loves animals and volunteers helping the animals at our local shelter.","She loves animals and volunteers helping animals at our local shelter.","She loves the animals and volunteers helping animals at or local shelter.","",30,1
"59","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
"60","Which is the most correct? (63:30: object verbs)","You can't stand when people interrupt you.","You can't stand people interrupt you.","You can't stand it people interrupt you.","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

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

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if) 
A. If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
B. If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.
C. When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.

2. Which is the most correct? (65:1: when or if) 
A. If Peter comes, I'll call you immediately.
B. If Peter will come, I'll call you immediately.
C. If Peter comes, I call you immediately.

3. Which is the most correct? (3:2: present tenses for future) 
A. The conference starts at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
B. The conference will start at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.
C. The conference is starting at 9am, so we’ll have to leave early.

4. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future) 
A. The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.
B. The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
C. The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.

5. Which is the most correct? (5:3: indirect questions) 
A. Could you tell me what time the next train is?
B. Could you tell me what time is the next train?
C. Could you tell me what is the time of the next train?

6. Which is the most correct? (69:3: indirect questions) 
A. She wondered whether the race would start soon.
B. She wondered whether the race starts soon.
C. She wondered whether the race will start soon.

7. Which is the most correct? (7:4: have or have got) 
A. Did you have a good holiday last month?
B. Did you have got a good holiday last month?
C. Had you got a good holiday last month?

8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got) 
A. I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
B. I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.
C. I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.

9. Which is the most correct? (9:5: present perfect) 
A. We have been married for ten years.
B. We are married for ten years.
C. We are married since ten years.

10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect) 
A. This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
B. This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.
C. This is the fourth time I try to call you today.

11. Which is the most correct? (75:6: past perfect) 
A. He arrived at the wedding late and most guests had left by then.
B. He arrived at the wedding late and most guests left by then.
C. He arrived at the wedding late and most guests did leave by then.

12. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect) 
A. Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
B. Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.
C. Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.

13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to) 
A. To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
B. To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
C. To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.

14. Which is the most correct? (81:7: must or have to) 
A. We must remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
B. We must to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.
C. We have to remember to buy tickets before getting on the train.

15. Which is the most correct? (84:8: mustn't or don't have to) 
A. Our daughter doesn't have to wear a school uniform.
B. Our daughter mustn't have to wear a school uniform.
C. Our daughter mustn't wear a school uniform.

16. Which is the most correct? (87:8: mustn't or don't have to) 
A. I don't have to go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
B. I don't must go right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.
C. I must right now. If I miss my train, I can catch an Uber.

17. Which is the most correct? (92:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to) 
A. If you leave now, you'll probably be able to catch the next bus.
B. If you leave now, you'll probably can to catch the next bus.
C. If you leave now, you'll probably can catch the next bus.

18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to) 
A. Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
B. Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
C. Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.

19. Which is the most correct? (19:10: say or tell) 
A. My parents don’t tell me much about their childhood.
B. My parents don’t tell much about their childhood.
C. My parents don’t say me much about their childhood.

20. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell) 
A. My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
B. My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
C. My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.

21. Which is the most correct? (22:11: make or do) 
A. As a student, I’m used to doing a lot of homework.
B. As a student, I’m used to do a lot of homework.
C. As a student, I’m used to making a lot of homework.

22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do) 
A. We have so much housework to do before the party!
B. We have so much housework to make before the party!

23. Which is the most correct? (24:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off) 
A. We got lost last night and couldn’t find our hotel.
B. We got lost last night and couldn’t find out our hotel.
C. We got lost last night and couldn’t finding our hotel.

24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off) 
A. Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
B. Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.
C. Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.

25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as) 
A. He's not as clever as you.
B. He's not as clever like you.
C. He's not clever as you.

26. Which is the most correct? (118:13: like or as) 
A. She wishes she had nice clothes like yours.
B. She wishes she had nice clothes as yours.
C. She wishes she had as nice clothes like yours.

27. Which is the most correct? (120:14: countable) 
A. He had two jobs, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
B. He had two works, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.
C. He had two employments, one for 15 hours per week and another for 10 hours.

28. Which is the most correct? (121:14: countable) 
A. There isn't much accommodation available right now.
B. There aren't many accommodations available right now.
C. There aren't much housing available right now.

29. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well) 
A. She can’t work today. She’s not well.
B. She can’t work today. She’s not good.
C. She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.

30. Which is the most correct? (130:15: good or well) 
A. You will like working here. We are very well treated.
B. You will like working here. We are very good treated.
C. You will like working here. We are treated goodly.

31. 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.

32. Which is the most correct? (134:16: apostrophe) 
A. This house is awful. It's too small and its bathroom is outside in the garden.
B. This house is awful. Its too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.
C. This house is awful. It's too small and it's bathroom is outside in the garden.

33. Which is the most correct? (33:17: capital letter, comma) 
A. When you are in the UK, you must visit the Tower of London!
B. When you are in the uk, you must visit the Tower of London!
C. When you are in the UK you must visit the tower of London!

34. Which is the most correct? (34:17: capital letter, comma) 
A. We live in Brisbane, Australia.
B. We live in brisbane, Australia.
C. We live in Brisbane Australia.

35. Which is the most correct? (36:18: spelling) 
A. We’d really like to see a change in government this year.
B. We’d realy like to see a change in government this year.
C. We’d really like to see a change in goverment this year.

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

37. 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.

38. Which is the most correct? (154:19: confusing nouns) 
A. I travel to work on public transport, usually by train.
B. I trip to work on public transport, usually by train.
C. I journey to work on public transport, usually by train.

39. Which is the most correct? (39:20: confusing adjectives) 
A. We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointed.
B. We thought ice skating would be funny, but we were very disappointed.
C. We thought ice skating would be fun, but we were very disappointing.

40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives) 
A. She's very sensible and makes good decisions.
B. She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.

41. Which is the most correct? (161:21: get) 
A. My friends invited me to go with them to the concert.
B. My friends invited me to get with them to the concert.

42. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get) 
A. Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
B. Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.

43. Which is the most correct? (167:22: hope or wish) 
A. He wished he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.
B. He hoped he had done better in his interview. He doesn't think he'll get the job.

44. 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!

45. 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.

46. Which is the most correct? (178:23: opinion) 
A. At first I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
B. First of all I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.
C. Firstly I didn't like this city, but now it's ok.

47. Which is the most correct? (180:24: in, to) 
A. I'm interested in buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.
B. I'm interested to buying the car I saw in your TV commercials.
C. I'm interested to buy the car I saw in your TV commercials.

48. Which is the most correct? (184:24: in, to) 
A. The police asked me to describe to them what the robber looked like.
B. The police asked me to describe them what the robber looked like.

49. Which is the most correct? (188:25: still, yet, or already) 
A. After years of looking, he still hasn't found that shipwreck.
B. After years of looking, he yet hasn't found that shipwreck.

50. 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!

51. 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.

52. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough) 
A. Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
B. Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.

53. Which is the most correct? (197:27: of, on) 
A. Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending on the season.
B. Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending the season.
C. Brisbane can have lovely weather, depending of the season.

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

55. Which is the most correct? (56:28: take) 
A. You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care of you.
B. You should pay attention with your parents because they try hard to take care of you.
C. You should pay attention to your parents because they try hard to take care with you.

56. Which is the most correct? (203:28: take) 
A. Can you take my car to the garage for me?
B. Can you bring my car to the garage for me?

57. Which is the most correct? (209:29: the) 
A. Many fish died as a result of the pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.
B. Many fish died as a result of pollution from this factory, but other factories were better managed.

58. Which is the most correct? (213:29: the) 
A. She loves animals and volunteers helping the animals at our local shelter.
B. She loves animals and volunteers helping animals at our local shelter.
C. She loves the animals and volunteers helping animals at or local shelter.

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

60. Which is the most correct? (63:30: object verbs) 
A. You can't stand when people interrupt you.
B. You can't stand people interrupt you.
C. You can't stand it people interrupt you.

Output for H5p Experimental JSON Component

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


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"question": "28. Which is the most correct? (28:14: countable)",
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"question": "29. Which is the most correct? (129:15: good or well)",
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"question": "30. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)",
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"question": "32. Which is the most correct? (136:16: apostrophe)",
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"question": "33. Which is the most correct? (137:17: capital letter, comma)",
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"question": "34. Which is the most correct? (141:17: capital letter, comma)",
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"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. "
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"question": "35. Which is the most correct? (146:18: spelling)",
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"question": "36. Which is the most correct? (148:18: spelling)",
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"Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.",
"Wow, this sofa is so confortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.",
"Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I preferr this rather than the other one."
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"question": "38. Which is the most correct? (150:19: confusing nouns)",
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"question": "39. Which is the most correct? (157:20: confusing adjectives)",
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"question": "40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)",
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"question": "41. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)",
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"question": "42. Which is the most correct? (42:21: get)",
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"question": "44. Which is the most correct? (171:22: hope or wish)",
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"question": "45. Which is the most correct? (175:23: opinion)",
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"question": "46. Which is the most correct? (174:23: opinion)",
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"question": "47. Which is the most correct? (47:24: in, to)",
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"question": "48. Which is the most correct? (181:24: in, to)",
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"Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?",
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"question": "49. Which is the most correct? (189:25: still, yet, or already)",
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"question": "50. Which is the most correct? (50:25: still, yet, or already)",
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"question": "51. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)",
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"question": "52. Which is the most correct? (191:26: very, too, enough)",
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"question": "53. Which is the most correct? (198:27: of, on)",
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"question": "54. Which is the most correct? (201:27: of, on)",
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"question": "55. Which is the most correct? (208:28: take)",
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Output for MS Quiz 2

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

#Questions: 60

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if)
If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.
When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.

2. Which is the most correct? (64:1: when or if)
By the time we arrive the party will be over.
By the time we will arrive the party will be over.
By the time we arrive the party is over.

3. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)
The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.

4. Which is the most correct? (67:2: present tenses for future)
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It won't happen again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It happens not again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It doesn't will happen again.

5. Which is the most correct? (68:3: indirect questions)
Could you tell me if you are coming home soon?
Could you tell me you are coming home soon?
Could you tell me are you coming home soon?

6. Which is the most correct? (6:3: indirect questions)
We don’t know where the cinema is.
We don’t know where is the cinema.
We don’t know is where the cinema.

7. Which is the most correct? (8:4: have or have got)
What time does she usually have lunch?
What time does she usually have got lunch?
What time has she usually got lunch?

8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.

9. Which is the most correct? (73:5: present perfect)
I worked as a teacher in my first career.
I work as a teacher in my first career.
I have worked as a teacher in my first career.

10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)
This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I try to call you today.

11. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.
Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.

12. Which is the most correct? (11:6: past perfect)
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’d seen it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’ve seen it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I saw it.

13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)
To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.

14. Which is the most correct? (82:7: must or have to)
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't have to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't must to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I mustn't had to work last night.

15. Which is the most correct? (88:8: mustn't or don't have to)
We mustn't be late to the meeting.
We don't must be late to the meeting.
We don't have to be late to the meeting.

16. Which is the most correct? (16:8: mustn't or don't have to)
Please don't talk. You mustn't talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't must talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't have to talk while the lecturer is presenting.

17. Which is the most correct? (91:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Can I close the blinds? It's too bright.
Am I able to close the blinds? It's too bright.
Can I to close the blinds? It's too bright.

18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.

19. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)
My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.

20. Which is the most correct? (100:10: say or tell)
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and say to me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell to me the time?

21. Which is the most correct? (106:11: make or do)
I like doing business with smart people.
I like making business with smart people.

22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)
We have so much housework to do before the party!
We have so much housework to make before the party!

23. Which is the most correct? (110:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Your children have grown taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown up taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown out taller a lot since I saw them last.

24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.

25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)
He's not as clever as you.
He's not as clever like you.
He's not clever as you.

26. Which is the most correct? (115:13: like or as)
You're acting like a true professional. Good job!
You're acting as a true professional. Good job!
You're acting as a true as professional. Good job!

27. Which is the most correct? (119:14: countable)
You shouldn't listen to every piece of advice from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to every advice from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to all advices from everybody.

28. Which is the most correct? (28:14: countable)
Accommodation is quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodations are quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodations is quite difficult to find in this city.

29. Which is the most correct? (129:15: good or well)
Thanks for the date. I had a very good time!
Thanks for the date. I had a very well time!
Thanks for the date. I very well had a good time!

30. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)
She can’t work today. She’s not well.
She can’t work today. She’s not good.
She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.

31. Which is the most correct? (31:16: apostrophe)
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies’ department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladie’s department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies department in this shop?

32. Which is the most correct? (136:16: apostrophe)
We met at my friend's wedding.
We met at my friends wedding.
We met at my friends' wedding.

33. Which is the most correct? (137:17: capital letter, comma)
We are planning a holiday in January after the New Year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the new year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the New Year.

34. 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.

35. Which is the most correct? (146:18: spelling)
We had a really wonderful time at the park.
We had a realy wonderful time at the park.
We had a really wonderfull time at the park.

36. Which is the most correct? (148:18: spelling)
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so confortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I preferr this rather than the other one.

37. 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.

38. Which is the most correct? (150:19: confusing nouns)
The way to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The journey to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The travel to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.

39. Which is the most correct? (157:20: confusing adjectives)
On the plane was a nervous woman who didn't like flying, and an irritable man who didn't like noisy kids.
On the plane was an irritable woman who didn't like flying, and a nervous man who didn't like noisy kids.

40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)
She's very sensible and makes good decisions.
She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.

41. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)
Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.

42. Which is the most correct? (42:21: get)
Let’s go around the city so we can get to know it better.
Let’s get around the city so we can know it better.
Let’s go around the city so we can know it better.

43. Which is the most correct? (44:22: hope or wish)
We wish we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We hope we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We wish we will go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.

44. 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.

45. Which is the most correct? (175:23: opinion)
We could buy a new car. On the other hand, perhaps we should make this car last longer.
We could buy a new car. On the contrary, perhaps we should make this car last longer.

46. Which is the most correct? (174:23: opinion)
In my view, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.
According to me, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.

47. Which is the most correct? (47:24: in, to)
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
She’s looking forward seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation in Ancient History.

48. Which is the most correct? (181:24: in, to)
Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?
Can you explain me how this photocopier was damaged?

49. 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!

50. Which is the most correct? (50:25: still, yet, or already)
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid yet.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid still.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid already.

51. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)
Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.

52. Which is the most correct? (191:26: very, too, enough)
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is very delicious.
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is too delicious.

53. Which is the most correct? (198:27: of, on)
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience of managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience in managing a team.

54. Which is the most correct? (201:27: of, on)
Our economy depends on tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends of tourism and visa workers.

55. Which is the most correct? (208:28: take)
We should profit from this business after it grows.
We should take from this business after it grows.

56. Which is the most correct? (207:28: take)
My teenagers never pay attention to me anymore.
My teenagers never give attention to me anymore.

57. Which is the most correct? (212:29: the)
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and music kept us awake till late.
Neighbours had the huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.

58. 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.

59. 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.

60. Which is the most correct? (62:30: object verbs)
I can't stand when people interrupt me.
I can't stand people interrupt me.
I can't stand it people interrupt me.

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if)
If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.

2. Which is the most correct? (64:1: when or if)
By the time we arrive the party is over.
By the time we arrive the party will be over.
By the time we will arrive the party will be over.

3. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)
The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.

4. Which is the most correct? (67:2: present tenses for future)
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It won't happen again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It happens not again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It doesn't will happen again.

5. Which is the most correct? (68:3: indirect questions)
Could you tell me are you coming home soon?
Could you tell me you are coming home soon?
Could you tell me if you are coming home soon?

6. Which is the most correct? (6:3: indirect questions)
We don’t know where is the cinema.
We don’t know where the cinema is.
We don’t know is where the cinema.

7. Which is the most correct? (8:4: have or have got)
What time does she usually have got lunch?
What time has she usually got lunch?
What time does she usually have lunch?

8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.

9. Which is the most correct? (73:5: present perfect)
I work as a teacher in my first career.
I have worked as a teacher in my first career.
I worked as a teacher in my first career.

10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)
This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
This is the fourth time I try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.

11. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.
Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.

12. Which is the most correct? (11:6: past perfect)
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’ve seen it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I saw it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’d seen it.

13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)
To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.

14. Which is the most correct? (82:7: must or have to)
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't must to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I mustn't had to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't have to work last night.

15. Which is the most correct? (88:8: mustn't or don't have to)
We don't have to be late to the meeting.
We mustn't be late to the meeting.
We don't must be late to the meeting.

16. Which is the most correct? (16:8: mustn't or don't have to)
Please don't talk. You mustn't talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't have to talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't must talk while the lecturer is presenting.

17. Which is the most correct? (91:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Can I close the blinds? It's too bright.
Can I to close the blinds? It's too bright.
Am I able to close the blinds? It's too bright.

18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.

19. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)
My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.

20. Which is the most correct? (100:10: say or tell)
Can you check the kitchen clock and say to me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell to me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell me the time?

21. Which is the most correct? (106:11: make or do)
I like doing business with smart people.
I like making business with smart people.

22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)
We have so much housework to do before the party!
We have so much housework to make before the party!

23. Which is the most correct? (110:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Your children have grown taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown up taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown out taller a lot since I saw them last.

24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.

25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)
He's not as clever like you.
He's not as clever as you.
He's not clever as you.

26. Which is the most correct? (115:13: like or as)
You're acting as a true as professional. Good job!
You're acting like a true professional. Good job!
You're acting as a true professional. Good job!

27. Which is the most correct? (119:14: countable)
You shouldn't listen to every piece of advice from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to all advices from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to every advice from everybody.

28. Which is the most correct? (28:14: countable)
Accommodations are quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodations is quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodation is quite difficult to find in this city.

29. Which is the most correct? (129:15: good or well)
Thanks for the date. I had a very well time!
Thanks for the date. I had a very good time!
Thanks for the date. I very well had a good time!

30. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)
She can’t work today. She’s not good.
She can’t work today. She’s not well.
She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.

31. Which is the most correct? (31:16: apostrophe)
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladie’s department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies’ department in this shop?

32. Which is the most correct? (136:16: apostrophe)
We met at my friend's wedding.
We met at my friends' wedding.
We met at my friends wedding.

33. Which is the most correct? (137:17: capital letter, comma)
We are planning a holiday in January after the New Year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the new year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the New Year.

34. 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.

35. Which is the most correct? (146:18: spelling)
We had a really wonderful time at the park.
We had a really wonderfull time at the park.
We had a realy wonderful time at the park.

36. Which is the most correct? (148:18: spelling)
Wow, this sofa is so confortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I preferr this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.

37. 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.

38. Which is the most correct? (150:19: confusing nouns)
The journey to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The travel to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The way to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.

39. Which is the most correct? (157:20: confusing adjectives)
On the plane was a nervous woman who didn't like flying, and an irritable man who didn't like noisy kids.
On the plane was an irritable woman who didn't like flying, and a nervous man who didn't like noisy kids.

40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)
She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.
She's very sensible and makes good decisions.

41. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)
Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.
Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.

42. Which is the most correct? (42:21: get)
Let’s get around the city so we can know it better.
Let’s go around the city so we can get to know it better.
Let’s go around the city so we can know it better.

43. Which is the most correct? (44:22: hope or wish)
We wish we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We hope we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We wish we will go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.

44. 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.

45. Which is the most correct? (175:23: opinion)
We could buy a new car. On the contrary, perhaps we should make this car last longer.
We could buy a new car. On the other hand, perhaps we should make this car last longer.

46. Which is the most correct? (174:23: opinion)
According to me, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.
In my view, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.

47. Which is the most correct? (47:24: in, to)
She’s looking forward seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation in Ancient History.
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation on Ancient History.

48. Which is the most correct? (181:24: in, to)
Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?
Can you explain me how this photocopier was damaged?

49. 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!

50. Which is the most correct? (50:25: still, yet, or already)
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid still.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid already.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid yet.

51. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)
Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.
Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.

52. Which is the most correct? (191:26: very, too, enough)
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is too delicious.
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is very delicious.

53. Which is the most correct? (198:27: of, on)
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience in managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience of managing a team.

54. Which is the most correct? (201:27: of, on)
Our economy depends on tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends of tourism and visa workers.

55. Which is the most correct? (208:28: take)
We should take from this business after it grows.
We should profit from this business after it grows.

56. Which is the most correct? (207:28: take)
My teenagers never pay attention to me anymore.
My teenagers never give attention to me anymore.

57. Which is the most correct? (212:29: the)
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and music kept us awake till late.
Neighbours had the huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.

58. 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 pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
After accidentally spilling its oil, a ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.

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

60. Which is the most correct? (62:30: object verbs)
I can't stand it people interrupt me.
I can't stand when people interrupt me.
I can't stand people interrupt me.

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (1:30: object verbs) If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
2. (64:30: object verbs) By the time we arrive the party will be over.
3. (66:30: object verbs) The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.
4. (67:30: object verbs) Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It won't happen again.
5. (68:30: object verbs) Could you tell me if you are coming home soon?
6. (6:30: object verbs) We don’t know where the cinema is.
7. (8:30: object verbs) What time does she usually have lunch?
8. (71:30: object verbs) I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
9. (73:30: object verbs) I worked as a teacher in my first career.
10. (10:30: object verbs) This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
11. (77:30: object verbs) Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
12. (11:30: object verbs) She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’d seen it.
13. (14:30: object verbs) To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
14. (82:30: object verbs) I'm feeling well rested as I didn't have to work last night.
15. (88:30: object verbs) We mustn't be late to the meeting.
16. (16:30: object verbs) Please don't talk. You mustn't talk while the lecturer is presenting.
17. (91:30: object verbs) Can I close the blinds? It's too bright.
18. (94:30: object verbs) Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
19. (95:30: object verbs) My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
20. (100:30: object verbs) Can you check the kitchen clock and tell me the time?
21. (106:30: object verbs) I like doing business with smart people.
22. (101:30: object verbs) We have so much housework to do before the party!
23. (110:30: object verbs) Your children have grown taller a lot since I saw them last.
24. (109:30: object verbs) Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
25. (113:30: object verbs) He's not as clever as you.
26. (115:30: object verbs) You're acting like a true professional. Good job!
27. (119:30: object verbs) You shouldn't listen to every piece of advice from everybody.
28. (28:30: object verbs) Accommodation is quite difficult to find in this city.
29. (129:30: object verbs) Thanks for the date. I had a very good time!
30. (30:30: object verbs) She can’t work today. She’s not well.
31. (31:30: object verbs) I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies’ department in this shop?
32. (136:30: object verbs) We met at my friend's wedding.
33. (137:30: object verbs) We are planning a holiday in January after the New Year.
34. (141:30: object verbs) I'm a little unsure where to go, but I think I can find the place.
35. (146:30: object verbs) We had a really wonderful time at the park.
36. (148:30: object verbs) Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
37. (37:30: object verbs) We have a 14 hour journey to reach Australia from Mexico.
38. (150:30: object verbs) The way to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
39. (157:30: object verbs) On the plane was a nervous woman who didn't like flying, and an irritable man who didn't like noisy kids.
40. (158:30: object verbs) She's very sensible and makes good decisions.
41. (165:30: object verbs) Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
42. (42:30: object verbs) Let’s go around the city so we can get to know it better.
43. (44:30: object verbs) We wish we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
44. (171:30: object verbs) We don't like that song. We wish you'd stop singing it.
45. (175:30: object verbs) We could buy a new car. On the other hand, perhaps we should make this car last longer.
46. (174:30: object verbs) In my view, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.
47. (47:30: object verbs) She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
48. (181:30: object verbs) Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?
49. (189:30: object verbs) My son was given $20 pocket money, and he's already spent it!
50. (50:30: object verbs) She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid yet.
51. (196:30: object verbs) Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
52. (191:30: object verbs) Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is very delicious.
53. (198:30: object verbs) Bryan hasn't yet had the experience of managing a team.
54. (201:30: object verbs) Our economy depends on tourism and visa workers.
55. (208:30: object verbs) We should profit from this business after it grows.
56. (207:30: object verbs) My teenagers never pay attention to me anymore.
57. (212:30: object verbs) The neighbours had a huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.
58. (58:30: object verbs) After accidentally spilling its oil, the ship’s captain regretted that lots of fish were killed by the pollution.
59. (61:30: object verbs) I really enjoyed myself at the BBQ yesterday.
60. (62:30: object verbs) I can't stand when people interrupt me.

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

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

1. Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if)
If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.
If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.
When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.

2. Which is the most correct? (64:1: when or if)
By the time we arrive the party will be over.
By the time we will arrive the party will be over.
By the time we arrive the party is over.

3. Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)
The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.
The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.

4. Which is the most correct? (67:2: present tenses for future)
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It won't happen again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It happens not again.
Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It doesn't will happen again.

5. Which is the most correct? (68:3: indirect questions)
Could you tell me if you are coming home soon?
Could you tell me you are coming home soon?
Could you tell me are you coming home soon?

6. Which is the most correct? (6:3: indirect questions)
We don’t know where the cinema is.
We don’t know where is the cinema.
We don’t know is where the cinema.

7. Which is the most correct? (8:4: have or have got)
What time does she usually have lunch?
What time does she usually have got lunch?
What time has she usually got lunch?

8. Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.
I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.

9. Which is the most correct? (73:5: present perfect)
I worked as a teacher in my first career.
I work as a teacher in my first career.
I have worked as a teacher in my first career.

10. Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)
This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.
This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.
This is the fourth time I try to call you today.

11. Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.
Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.
Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.

12. Which is the most correct? (11:6: past perfect)
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’d seen it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’ve seen it.
She was looking for her cat and asked me if I saw it.

13. Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)
To save money, I must stop eating out every night.
To save money, I have stop eating out every night.
To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.

14. Which is the most correct? (82:7: must or have to)
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't have to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I didn't must to work last night.
I'm feeling well rested as I mustn't had to work last night.

15. Which is the most correct? (88:8: mustn't or don't have to)
We mustn't be late to the meeting.
We don't must be late to the meeting.
We don't have to be late to the meeting.

16. Which is the most correct? (16:8: mustn't or don't have to)
Please don't talk. You mustn't talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't must talk while the lecturer is presenting.
Please don't talk. You don't have to talk while the lecturer is presenting.

17. Which is the most correct? (91:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Can I close the blinds? It's too bright.
Am I able to close the blinds? It's too bright.
Can I to close the blinds? It's too bright.

18. Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)
Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.
Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.

19. Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)
My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.
My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.

20. Which is the most correct? (100:10: say or tell)
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and say to me the time?
Can you check the kitchen clock and tell to me the time?

21. Which is the most correct? (106:11: make or do)
I like doing business with smart people.
I like making business with smart people.

22. Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)
We have so much housework to do before the party!
We have so much housework to make before the party!

23. Which is the most correct? (110:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Your children have grown taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown up taller a lot since I saw them last.
Your children have grown out taller a lot since I saw them last.

24. Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)
Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.
Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.

25. Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)
He's not as clever as you.
He's not as clever like you.
He's not clever as you.

26. Which is the most correct? (115:13: like or as)
You're acting like a true professional. Good job!
You're acting as a true professional. Good job!
You're acting as a true as professional. Good job!

27. Which is the most correct? (119:14: countable)
You shouldn't listen to every piece of advice from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to every advice from everybody.
You shouldn't listen to all advices from everybody.

28. Which is the most correct? (28:14: countable)
Accommodation is quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodations are quite difficult to find in this city.
Accommodations is quite difficult to find in this city.

29. Which is the most correct? (129:15: good or well)
Thanks for the date. I had a very good time!
Thanks for the date. I had a very well time!
Thanks for the date. I very well had a good time!

30. Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)
She can’t work today. She’s not well.
She can’t work today. She’s not good.
She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.

31. Which is the most correct? (31:16: apostrophe)
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies’ department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladie’s department in this shop?
I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies department in this shop?

32. Which is the most correct? (136:16: apostrophe)
We met at my friend's wedding.
We met at my friends wedding.
We met at my friends' wedding.

33. Which is the most correct? (137:17: capital letter, comma)
We are planning a holiday in January after the New Year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the new year.
We are planning a holiday in january after the New Year.

34. 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.

35. Which is the most correct? (146:18: spelling)
We had a really wonderful time at the park.
We had a realy wonderful time at the park.
We had a really wonderfull time at the park.

36. Which is the most correct? (148:18: spelling)
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so confortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.
Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I preferr this rather than the other one.

37. 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.

38. Which is the most correct? (150:19: confusing nouns)
The way to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The journey to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.
The travel to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.

39. Which is the most correct? (157:20: confusing adjectives)
On the plane was a nervous woman who didn't like flying, and an irritable man who didn't like noisy kids.
On the plane was an irritable woman who didn't like flying, and a nervous man who didn't like noisy kids.

40. Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)
She's very sensible and makes good decisions.
She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.

41. Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)
Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.
Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.

42. Which is the most correct? (42:21: get)
Let’s go around the city so we can get to know it better.
Let’s get around the city so we can know it better.
Let’s go around the city so we can know it better.

43. Which is the most correct? (44:22: hope or wish)
We wish we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We hope we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.
We wish we will go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.

44. 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.

45. Which is the most correct? (175:23: opinion)
We could buy a new car. On the other hand, perhaps we should make this car last longer.
We could buy a new car. On the contrary, perhaps we should make this car last longer.

46. Which is the most correct? (174:23: opinion)
In my view, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.
According to me, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.

47. Which is the most correct? (47:24: in, to)
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
She’s looking forward seeing that presentation on Ancient History.
She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation in Ancient History.

48. Which is the most correct? (181:24: in, to)
Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?
Can you explain me how this photocopier was damaged?

49. 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!

50. Which is the most correct? (50:25: still, yet, or already)
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid yet.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid still.
She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid already.

51. Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)
Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.
Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.

52. Which is the most correct? (191:26: very, too, enough)
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is very delicious.
Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is too delicious.

53. Which is the most correct? (198:27: of, on)
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience of managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience managing a team.
Bryan hasn't yet had the experience in managing a team.

54. Which is the most correct? (201:27: of, on)
Our economy depends on tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends tourism and visa workers.
Our economy depends of tourism and visa workers.

55. Which is the most correct? (208:28: take)
We should profit from this business after it grows.
We should take from this business after it grows.

56. Which is the most correct? (207:28: take)
My teenagers never pay attention to me anymore.
My teenagers never give attention to me anymore.

57. Which is the most correct? (212:29: the)
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.
The neighbours had a huge party last night, and music kept us awake till late.
Neighbours had the huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.

58. 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.

59. 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.

60. Which is the most correct? (62:30: object verbs)
I can't stand when people interrupt me.
I can't stand people interrupt me.
I can't stand it people interrupt me.

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
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"2","Which is the most correct? (1:1: when or if)","If you treat employees unfairly they will quit.","If you will treat employees unfairly they will quit.","When you treat employees unfairly they will quit.","",30,1
"3","Which is the most correct? (64:1: when or if)","By the time we arrive the party will be over.","By the time we will arrive the party will be over.","By the time we arrive the party is over.","",30,1
"4","Which is the most correct? (66:2: present tenses for future)","The train leaves at 9pm, which means a very late night.","The train will leave at 9pm, which means a very late night.","The train is leaving at 9pm, which means a very late night.","",30,1
"5","Which is the most correct? (67:2: present tenses for future)","Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It won't happen again.","Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It happens not again.","Sorry I forgot about the meeting. It doesn't will happen again.","",30,1
"6","Which is the most correct? (68:3: indirect questions)","Could you tell me if you are coming home soon?","Could you tell me you are coming home soon?","Could you tell me are you coming home soon?","",30,1
"7","Which is the most correct? (6:3: indirect questions)","We don’t know where the cinema is.","We don’t know where is the cinema.","We don’t know is where the cinema.","",30,1
"8","Which is the most correct? (8:4: have or have got)","What time does she usually have lunch?","What time does she usually have got lunch?","What time has she usually got lunch?","",30,1
"9","Which is the most correct? (71:4: have or have got)","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I haven't got enough money yet.","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I don't got enough money yet.","I need to buy Sally a birthday present but I not have enough money yet.","",30,1
"10","Which is the most correct? (73:5: present perfect)","I worked as a teacher in my first career.","I work as a teacher in my first career.","I have worked as a teacher in my first career.","",30,1
"11","Which is the most correct? (10:5: present perfect)","This is the fourth time I’ve tried to call you today.","This is the fourth time I’ve try to call you today.","This is the fourth time I try to call you today.","",30,1
"12","Which is the most correct? (77:6: past perfect)","Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.","Just as I was walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone had been ringing inside.","Just as had been walking away from my house, I could hear the telephone ringing inside.","",30,1
"13","Which is the most correct? (11:6: past perfect)","She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’d seen it.","She was looking for her cat and asked me if I’ve seen it.","She was looking for her cat and asked me if I saw it.","",30,1
"14","Which is the most correct? (14:7: must or have to)","To save money, I must stop eating out every night.","To save money, I have stop eating out every night.","To save money, I must to stop eating out every night.","",30,1
"15","Which is the most correct? (82:7: must or have to)","I'm feeling well rested as I didn't have to work last night.","I'm feeling well rested as I didn't must to work last night.","I'm feeling well rested as I mustn't had to work last night.","",30,1
"16","Which is the most correct? (88:8: mustn't or don't have to)","We mustn't be late to the meeting.","We don't must be late to the meeting.","We don't have to be late to the meeting.","",30,1
"17","Which is the most correct? (16:8: mustn't or don't have to)","Please don't talk. You mustn't talk while the lecturer is presenting.","Please don't talk. You don't must talk while the lecturer is presenting.","Please don't talk. You don't have to talk while the lecturer is presenting.","",30,1
"18","Which is the most correct? (91:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)","Can I close the blinds? It's too bright.","Am I able to close the blinds? It's too bright.","Can I to close the blinds? It's too bright.","",30,1
"19","Which is the most correct? (94:9: can, could, couldn't, or be able to)","Unless you do your homework, you will not be able to watch that TV show tonight.","Unless you do your homework, you can't to watch that TV show tonight.","Unless you do your homework, you are not able to watch that TV show tonight.","",30,1
"20","Which is the most correct? (95:10: say or tell)","My son is always telling me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","My son is always saying me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","My son is always telling to me how hard he studies, but his grades don't show it.","",30,1
"21","Which is the most correct? (100:10: say or tell)","Can you check the kitchen clock and tell me the time?","Can you check the kitchen clock and say to me the time?","Can you check the kitchen clock and tell to me the time?","",30,1
"22","Which is the most correct? (106:11: make or do)","I like doing business with smart people.","I like making business with smart people.","","",30,1
"23","Which is the most correct? (101:11: make or do)","We have so much housework to do before the party!","We have so much housework to make before the party!","","",30,1
"24","Which is the most correct? (110:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)","Your children have grown taller a lot since I saw them last.","Your children have grown up taller a lot since I saw them last.","Your children have grown out taller a lot since I saw them last.","",30,1
"25","Which is the most correct? (109:12: find out, make up, bring up, grow up or take off)","Let me help you take off that wet raincoat.","Let me help you take out that wet raincoat.","Let me help you take in that wet raincoat.","",30,1
"26","Which is the most correct? (113:13: like or as)","He's not as clever as you.","He's not as clever like you.","He's not clever as you.","",30,1
"27","Which is the most correct? (115:13: like or as)","You're acting like a true professional. Good job!","You're acting as a true professional. Good job!","You're acting as a true as professional. Good job!","",30,1
"28","Which is the most correct? (119:14: countable)","You shouldn't listen to every piece of advice from everybody.","You shouldn't listen to every advice from everybody.","You shouldn't listen to all advices from everybody.","",30,1
"29","Which is the most correct? (28:14: countable)","Accommodation is quite difficult to find in this city.","Accommodations are quite difficult to find in this city.","Accommodations is quite difficult to find in this city.","",30,1
"30","Which is the most correct? (129:15: good or well)","Thanks for the date. I had a very good time!","Thanks for the date. I had a very well time!","Thanks for the date. I very well had a good time!","",30,1
"31","Which is the most correct? (30:15: good or well)","She can’t work today. She’s not well.","She can’t work today. She’s not good.","She can’t work today. She’s not good at it.","",30,1
"32","Which is the most correct? (31:16: apostrophe)","I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies’ department in this shop?","I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladie’s department in this shop?","I’m buying something for my sister. Where is the ladies department in this shop?","",30,1
"33","Which is the most correct? (136:16: apostrophe)","We met at my friend's wedding.","We met at my friends wedding.","We met at my friends' wedding.","",30,1
"34","Which is the most correct? (137:17: capital letter, comma)","We are planning a holiday in January after the New Year.","We are planning a holiday in january after the new year.","We are planning a holiday in january after the New Year.","",30,1
"35","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
"36","Which is the most correct? (146:18: spelling)","We had a really wonderful time at the park.","We had a realy wonderful time at the park.","We had a really wonderfull time at the park.","",30,1
"37","Which is the most correct? (148:18: spelling)","Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.","Wow, this sofa is so confortable! I prefer this rather than the other one.","Wow, this sofa is so comfortable! I preferr this rather than the other one.","",30,1
"38","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
"39","Which is the most correct? (150:19: confusing nouns)","The way to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.","The journey to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.","The travel to get into the city was confusing because of the road design.","",30,1
"40","Which is the most correct? (157:20: confusing adjectives)","On the plane was a nervous woman who didn't like flying, and an irritable man who didn't like noisy kids.","On the plane was an irritable woman who didn't like flying, and a nervous man who didn't like noisy kids.","","",30,1
"41","Which is the most correct? (158:20: confusing adjectives)","She's very sensible and makes good decisions.","She's very sensitive and makes good decisions.","","",30,1
"42","Which is the most correct? (165:21: get)","Can we stop at the bank? I need to get some cash.","Can we stop at the bank? I need to take some cash.","","",30,1
"43","Which is the most correct? (42:21: get)","Let’s go around the city so we can get to know it better.","Let’s get around the city so we can know it better.","Let’s go around the city so we can know it better.","",30,1
"44","Which is the most correct? (44:22: hope or wish)","We wish we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.","We hope we could go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.","We wish we will go with you, but we need to work tomorrow.","",30,1
"45","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
"46","Which is the most correct? (175:23: opinion)","We could buy a new car. On the other hand, perhaps we should make this car last longer.","We could buy a new car. On the contrary, perhaps we should make this car last longer.","","",30,1
"47","Which is the most correct? (174:23: opinion)","In my view, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.","According to me, we should probably spend more on marketing before we launch this product.","","",30,1
"48","Which is the most correct? (47:24: in, to)","She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation on Ancient History.","She’s looking forward seeing that presentation on Ancient History.","She’s looking forward to seeing that presentation in Ancient History.","",30,1
"49","Which is the most correct? (181:24: in, to)","Can you explain to me how this photocopier was damaged?","Can you explain me how this photocopier was damaged?","","",30,1
"50","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
"51","Which is the most correct? (50:25: still, yet, or already)","She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid yet.","She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid still.","She needs a quick loan of money. She hasn’t been paid already.","",30,1
"52","Which is the most correct? (196:26: very, too, enough)","Don't eat too much now, or there won't be enough for later.","Don't eat so much now, or there won't be too much for later.","","",30,1
"53","Which is the most correct? (191:26: very, too, enough)","Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is very delicious.","Compared to my own awful cooking, your food is too delicious.","","",30,1
"54","Which is the most correct? (198:27: of, on)","Bryan hasn't yet had the experience of managing a team.","Bryan hasn't yet had the experience managing a team.","Bryan hasn't yet had the experience in managing a team.","",30,1
"55","Which is the most correct? (201:27: of, on)","Our economy depends on tourism and visa workers.","Our economy depends tourism and visa workers.","Our economy depends of tourism and visa workers.","",30,1
"56","Which is the most correct? (208:28: take)","We should profit from this business after it grows.","We should take from this business after it grows.","","",30,1
"57","Which is the most correct? (207:28: take)","My teenagers never pay attention to me anymore.","My teenagers never give attention to me anymore.","","",30,1
"58","Which is the most correct? (212:29: the)","The neighbours had a huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.","The neighbours had a huge party last night, and music kept us awake till late.","Neighbours had the huge party last night, and the music kept us awake till late.","",30,1
"59","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
"60","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
"61","Which is the most correct? (62:30: object verbs)","I can't stand when people interrupt me.","I can't stand people interrupt me.","I can't stand it people interrupt me.","",30,1