June 18, 2024

Rows: 15 Cols: 10

Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: something / anything / nothing / everything) 
Tom didn't eat almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat everything now.
Tom ate almost anything during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.
Tom ate almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.

2. Which is more correct? (63:17: homphones)
Peter couldn't decide wether to go to the party or not.
Peter couldn't decide whether to go to the party or not.
Peter couldn't decide weather to go to the party or not.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused nouns)
His parents were home when Tom got back to their home.
His parents were house when Tom got back to their house.
His parents were home when Tom got back to their house.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)
We want to eat early so we can go to dance.
We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
We want eating early so we can go dancing.

5. Which is more correct? (70:20: verb after look forward to)
Peter really enjoys playing soccer.
Peter really enjoys to playing soccer.
Peter really enjoys to play soccer.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)
Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: adjectives from nouns)
The beach is beautiful but it's too windy today.
The beach is beautiful but it's too wind today.
The beach is beauty but it's too windy today.

8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!

9. Which is more correct? (77:24: form adverbs)
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will care examine you to see what's wrong.
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will careful examine you to see what's wrong.
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will carefully examine you to see what's wrong.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: which / who / that)
Our new teacher, that is from Italy, is the person which is standing over there.
Our new teacher, who is from Italy, is the person that is standing over there.
Our new teacher, which is from Italy, is the person who is standing over there.

11. Which is more correct? (82:26: give extra information)
We stayed in Miami, where is in Florida.
We stayed in Miami, that is in Florida.
We stayed in Miami, which is in Florida.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: preposition after arrive)
We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive at London 10 hours afterwards.
We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.
We arrived in the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.

13. Which is more correct? (86:28: confused verbs)
How long have you stayed in Brisbane?
How long have you visited in Brisbane?
How long have you lived in Brisbane?

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)
We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.

15. Which is more correct? (89:30: verbs + to (prep))
In the evenings, I usually listen music. I might also write some letters to my family.
In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write to some letters to my family.
In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write some letters to my family.

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. Tom ate almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat anything now. (19:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)

2. Peter couldn't decide whether to go to the party or not. (63:17: homphones)

3. His parents were home when Tom got back to their house. (21:18: confused nouns)

4. We want to eat early so we can go dancing. (22:19: verb + to + verb)

5. Peter really enjoys playing soccer. (70:20: verb after look forward to)

6. Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight. (24:21: verb after can and could)

7. The beach is beautiful but it's too windy today. (25:22: adjectives from nouns)

8. This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge! (75:23: very or really)

9. Dr Sarah will look after you. She will carefully examine you to see what's wrong. (77:24: form adverbs)

10. Our new teacher, who is from Italy, is the person that is standing over there. (28:25: which / who / that)

11. We stayed in Miami, which is in Florida. (82:26: give extra information)

12. We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards. (30:27: preposition after arrive)

13. How long have you lived in Brisbane? (86:28: confused verbs)

14. We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there. (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)

15. In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write some letters to my family. (89:30: verbs + to (prep))

Output for H5p Text

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

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: something / anything / nothing / everything) 
Tom ate almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.
Tom ate almost anything during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.
Tom didn't eat almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat everything now.


2. Which is more correct? (63:17: homphones) 
Peter couldn't decide whether to go to the party or not.
Peter couldn't decide weather to go to the party or not.
Peter couldn't decide wether to go to the party or not.


3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused nouns) 
His parents were home when Tom got back to their house.
His parents were home when Tom got back to their home.
His parents were house when Tom got back to their house.


4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb) 
We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
We want eating early so we can go dancing.
We want to eat early so we can go to dance.


5. Which is more correct? (70:20: verb after look forward to) 
Peter really enjoys playing soccer.
Peter really enjoys to playing soccer.
Peter really enjoys to play soccer.


6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could) 
Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.


7. Which is more correct? (25:22: adjectives from nouns) 
The beach is beautiful but it's too windy today.
The beach is beautiful but it's too wind today.
The beach is beauty but it's too windy today.


8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really) 
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!


9. Which is more correct? (77:24: form adverbs) 
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will carefully examine you to see what's wrong.
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will careful examine you to see what's wrong.
Dr Sarah will look after you. She will care examine you to see what's wrong.


10. Which is more correct? (28:25: which / who / that) 
Our new teacher, who is from Italy, is the person that is standing over there.
Our new teacher, which is from Italy, is the person who is standing over there.
Our new teacher, that is from Italy, is the person which is standing over there.


11. Which is more correct? (82:26: give extra information) 
We stayed in Miami, which is in Florida.
We stayed in Miami, that is in Florida.
We stayed in Miami, where is in Florida.


12. Which is more correct? (30:27: preposition after arrive) 
We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.
We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive at London 10 hours afterwards.
We arrived in the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.


13. Which is more correct? (86:28: confused verbs) 
How long have you lived in Brisbane?
How long have you stayed in Brisbane?
How long have you visited in Brisbane?


14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs) 
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.
We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.


15. Which is more correct? (89:30: verbs + to (prep)) 
In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write some letters to my family.
In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write to some letters to my family.
In the evenings, I usually listen music. I might also write some letters to my family.


Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
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"1","Which is more correct? (19:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)","Tom ate almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.","Tom ate almost anything during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.","Tom didn't eat almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat everything now.","",30,1
"2","Which is more correct? (63:17: homphones)","Peter couldn't decide whether to go to the party or not.","Peter couldn't decide weather to go to the party or not.","Peter couldn't decide wether to go to the party or not.","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (21:18: confused nouns)","His parents were home when Tom got back to their house.","His parents were home when Tom got back to their home.","His parents were house when Tom got back to their house.","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)","We want to eat early so we can go dancing.","We want eating early so we can go dancing.","We want to eat early so we can go to dance.","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (70:20: verb after look forward to)","Peter really enjoys playing soccer.","Peter really enjoys to playing soccer.","Peter really enjoys to play soccer.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)","Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.","Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.","Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (25:22: adjectives from nouns)","The beach is beautiful but it's too windy today.","The beach is beautiful but it's too wind today.","The beach is beauty but it's too windy today.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)","This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!","This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!","","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (77:24: form adverbs)","Dr Sarah will look after you. She will carefully examine you to see what's wrong.","Dr Sarah will look after you. She will careful examine you to see what's wrong.","Dr Sarah will look after you. She will care examine you to see what's wrong.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (28:25: which / who / that)","Our new teacher, who is from Italy, is the person that is standing over there.","Our new teacher, which is from Italy, is the person who is standing over there.","Our new teacher, that is from Italy, is the person which is standing over there.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (82:26: give extra information)","We stayed in Miami, which is in Florida.","We stayed in Miami, that is in Florida.","We stayed in Miami, where is in Florida.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (30:27: preposition after arrive)","We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.","We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive at London 10 hours afterwards.","We arrived in the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (86:28: confused verbs)","How long have you lived in Brisbane?","How long have you stayed in Brisbane?","How long have you visited in Brisbane?","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)","We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.","We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.","We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (89:30: verbs + to (prep))","In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write some letters to my family.","In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write to some letters to my family.","In the evenings, I usually listen music. I might also write some letters to my family.","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: something / anything / nothing / everything) 
A. Tom ate almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.
B. Tom ate almost anything during his work shift, so he could eat anything now.
C. Tom didn't eat almost nothing during his work shift, so he could eat everything now.

2. Which is more correct? (63:17: homphones) 
A. Peter couldn't decide whether to go to the party or not.
B. Peter couldn't decide weather to go to the party or not.
C. Peter couldn't decide wether to go to the party or not.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused nouns) 
A. His parents were home when Tom got back to their house.
B. His parents were home when Tom got back to their home.
C. His parents were house when Tom got back to their house.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb) 
A. We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
B. We want eating early so we can go dancing.
C. We want to eat early so we can go to dance.

5. Which is more correct? (70:20: verb after look forward to) 
A. Peter really enjoys playing soccer.
B. Peter really enjoys to playing soccer.
C. Peter really enjoys to play soccer.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could) 
A. Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
B. Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.
C. Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: adjectives from nouns) 
A. The beach is beautiful but it's too windy today.
B. The beach is beautiful but it's too wind today.
C. The beach is beauty but it's too windy today.

8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really) 
A. This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
B. This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!

9. Which is more correct? (77:24: form adverbs) 
A. Dr Sarah will look after you. She will carefully examine you to see what's wrong.
B. Dr Sarah will look after you. She will careful examine you to see what's wrong.
C. Dr Sarah will look after you. She will care examine you to see what's wrong.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: which / who / that) 
A. Our new teacher, who is from Italy, is the person that is standing over there.
B. Our new teacher, which is from Italy, is the person who is standing over there.
C. Our new teacher, that is from Italy, is the person which is standing over there.

11. Which is more correct? (82:26: give extra information) 
A. We stayed in Miami, which is in Florida.
B. We stayed in Miami, that is in Florida.
C. We stayed in Miami, where is in Florida.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: preposition after arrive) 
A. We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.
B. We arrived at the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive at London 10 hours afterwards.
C. We arrived in the airport in time for our flight, and we hope to arrive in London 10 hours afterwards.

13. Which is more correct? (86:28: confused verbs) 
A. How long have you lived in Brisbane?
B. How long have you stayed in Brisbane?
C. How long have you visited in Brisbane?

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs) 
A. We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
B. We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.
C. We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.

15. Which is more correct? (89:30: verbs + to (prep)) 
A. In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write some letters to my family.
B. In the evenings, I usually listen to music. I might also write to some letters to my family.
C. In the evenings, I usually listen music. I might also write some letters to my family.

Output for H5p Experimental JSON Component

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


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Output for MS Quiz 2

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

#Questions: 15

1. Which is more correct? (62:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)
Thanks for everything that you did to help my children.
Thanks for anything that you did to help my children.
Thanks for something that you did to help my children.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: homphones)
We hope to see you soon, and your family too.
We hope to see you soon, and your family to.
We hope too see you soon, and your family too.

3. Which is more correct? (66:18: confused nouns)
Do you have room in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have place in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have a room in your car for all our luggage?

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)
We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
We want eating early so we can go dancing.
We want to eat early so we can go to dance.

5. Which is more correct? (69:20: verb after look forward to)
Are you interested in watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested to watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested to watch a movie tonight?

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)
Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.

7. Which is more correct? (73:22: adjectives from nouns)
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
Australia has some very danger snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interest marsupials.

8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: form adverbs)
Tom works hard at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hardly at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hard at his job. He hard takes any breaks.

10. Which is more correct? (79:25: which / who / that)
A dictionary is a book which explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book where explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book who explains word meanings.

11. Which is more correct? (81:26: give extra information)
John is the sales representative from the company that fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company which fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company who fixes our photocopiers.

12. Which is more correct? (83:27: preposition after arrive)
We got to the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got at the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got in the party quite late, but everyone was still there.

13. Which is more correct? (85:28: confused verbs)
Can you come to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
Can you go to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
Can you come to meet me soon? We can come to the movie together.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.
We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: verbs + to (prep))
My sister told me a story, and then she said it was a secret.
My sister said me a story, and then she said it was a secret.
My sister told a story, and then she said me it was a secret.

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is more correct? (62:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)
Thanks for something that you did to help my children.
Thanks for everything that you did to help my children.
Thanks for anything that you did to help my children.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: homphones)
We hope to see you soon, and your family too.
We hope too see you soon, and your family too.
We hope to see you soon, and your family to.

3. Which is more correct? (66:18: confused nouns)
Do you have a room in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have place in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have room in your car for all our luggage?

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)
We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
We want to eat early so we can go to dance.
We want eating early so we can go dancing.

5. Which is more correct? (69:20: verb after look forward to)
Are you interested to watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested in watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested to watch a movie tonight?

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)
Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.

7. Which is more correct? (73:22: adjectives from nouns)
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interest marsupials.
Australia has some very danger snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.

8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: form adverbs)
Tom works hardly at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hard at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hard at his job. He hard takes any breaks.

10. Which is more correct? (79:25: which / who / that)
A dictionary is a book which explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book who explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book where explains word meanings.

11. Which is more correct? (81:26: give extra information)
John is the sales representative from the company which fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company who fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company that fixes our photocopiers.

12. Which is more correct? (83:27: preposition after arrive)
We got in the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got at the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got to the party quite late, but everyone was still there.

13. Which is more correct? (85:28: confused verbs)
Can you come to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
Can you come to meet me soon? We can come to the movie together.
Can you go to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: verbs + to (prep))
My sister said me a story, and then she said it was a secret.
My sister told a story, and then she said me it was a secret.
My sister told me a story, and then she said it was a secret.

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (62:30: verbs + to (prep)) Thanks for everything that you did to help my children.
2. (20:30: verbs + to (prep)) We hope to see you soon, and your family too.
3. (66:30: verbs + to (prep)) Do you have room in your car for all our luggage?
4. (22:30: verbs + to (prep)) We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
5. (69:30: verbs + to (prep)) Are you interested in watching a movie tonight?
6. (24:30: verbs + to (prep)) Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
7. (73:30: verbs + to (prep)) Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
8. (75:30: verbs + to (prep)) This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
9. (27:30: verbs + to (prep)) Tom works hard at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
10. (79:30: verbs + to (prep)) A dictionary is a book which explains word meanings.
11. (81:30: verbs + to (prep)) John is the sales representative from the company that fixes our photocopiers.
12. (83:30: verbs + to (prep)) We got to the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
13. (85:30: verbs + to (prep)) Can you come to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
14. (32:30: verbs + to (prep)) We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
15. (33:30: verbs + to (prep)) My sister told me a story, and then she said it was a secret.

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (62:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)
Thanks for everything that you did to help my children.
Thanks for anything that you did to help my children.
Thanks for something that you did to help my children.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: homphones)
We hope to see you soon, and your family too.
We hope to see you soon, and your family to.
We hope too see you soon, and your family too.

3. Which is more correct? (66:18: confused nouns)
Do you have room in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have place in your car for all our luggage?
Do you have a room in your car for all our luggage?

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)
We want to eat early so we can go dancing.
We want eating early so we can go dancing.
We want to eat early so we can go to dance.

5. Which is more correct? (69:20: verb after look forward to)
Are you interested in watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested to watching a movie tonight?
Are you interested to watch a movie tonight?

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)
Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.
Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.

7. Which is more correct? (73:22: adjectives from nouns)
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
Australia has some very danger snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.
Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interest marsupials.

8. Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!
This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: form adverbs)
Tom works hard at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hardly at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.
Tom works hard at his job. He hard takes any breaks.

10. Which is more correct? (79:25: which / who / that)
A dictionary is a book which explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book where explains word meanings.
A dictionary is a book who explains word meanings.

11. Which is more correct? (81:26: give extra information)
John is the sales representative from the company that fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company which fixes our photocopiers.
John is the sales representative from the company who fixes our photocopiers.

12. Which is more correct? (83:27: preposition after arrive)
We got to the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got at the party quite late, but everyone was still there.
We got in the party quite late, but everyone was still there.

13. Which is more correct? (85:28: confused verbs)
Can you come to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
Can you go to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.
Can you come to meet me soon? We can come to the movie together.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.
We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.
We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: verbs + to (prep))
My sister told me a story, and then she said it was a secret.
My sister said me a story, and then she said it was a secret.
My sister told a story, and then she said me it was a secret.

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

"Question #","Question Text","Answer 1","Answer 2","Answer 3","Answer 4","Time Limit","Correct"
,,,,,,,
"2","Which is more correct? (62:16: something / anything / nothing / everything)","Thanks for everything that you did to help my children.","Thanks for anything that you did to help my children.","Thanks for something that you did to help my children.","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (20:17: homphones)","We hope to see you soon, and your family too.","We hope to see you soon, and your family to.","We hope too see you soon, and your family too.","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (66:18: confused nouns)","Do you have room in your car for all our luggage?","Do you have place in your car for all our luggage?","Do you have a room in your car for all our luggage?","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (22:19: verb + to + verb)","We want to eat early so we can go dancing.","We want eating early so we can go dancing.","We want to eat early so we can go to dance.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (69:20: verb after look forward to)","Are you interested in watching a movie tonight?","Are you interested to watching a movie tonight?","Are you interested to watch a movie tonight?","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (24:21: verb after can and could)","Sarah said that she could cook for us all tonight.","Sarah said that she could to cook for us all tonight.","Sarah said that she could cooking for us all tonight.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (73:22: adjectives from nouns)","Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.","Australia has some very danger snakes, and also some very interesting marsupials.","Australia has some very dangerous snakes, and also some very interest marsupials.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (75:23: very or really)","This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is really huge!","This stadium holds 70,000 spectators. It is very huge!","","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (27:24: form adverbs)","Tom works hard at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.","Tom works hardly at his job. He hardly takes any breaks.","Tom works hard at his job. He hard takes any breaks.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (79:25: which / who / that)","A dictionary is a book which explains word meanings.","A dictionary is a book where explains word meanings.","A dictionary is a book who explains word meanings.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (81:26: give extra information)","John is the sales representative from the company that fixes our photocopiers.","John is the sales representative from the company which fixes our photocopiers.","John is the sales representative from the company who fixes our photocopiers.","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (83:27: preposition after arrive)","We got to the party quite late, but everyone was still there.","We got at the party quite late, but everyone was still there.","We got in the party quite late, but everyone was still there.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (85:28: confused verbs)","Can you come to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.","Can you go to meet me soon? We can go to the movie together.","Can you come to meet me soon? We can come to the movie together.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (32:29: do / go with -ing verbs)","We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.","We usually go swimming at the university pool because we can go diving practice there.","We usually do swimming at the university pool because we can do diving practice there.","",30,1
"16","Which is more correct? (33:30: verbs + to (prep))","My sister told me a story, and then she said it was a secret.","My sister said me a story, and then she said it was a secret.","My sister told a story, and then she said me it was a secret.","",30,1