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June 18, 2024

June 18, 2024

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Output for Printed Quiz - options randomised

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand) 
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)
The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.

5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)
He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)
The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.

8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)
An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)
It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)
Fundamental to good health is good diet.
Essential to good health is good diet.
Necessary to good health is good diet.

11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)
This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.
This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.

13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)
Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

Output for Key of Printed Quiz

1. The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem. (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)

2. On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off. (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)

3. The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest. (21:18: confused forms)

4. The route taken by early explorers was very difficult. (22:19: way / route / means / method)

5. He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job. (23:20: work or job)

6. My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings. (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)

7. The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer. (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)

8. A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people. (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)

9. It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient. (27:24: important / relevant / essential)

10. Fundamental to good health is good diet. (28:25: use adverb / adjective)

11. This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people. (29:26: specially / especially)

12. If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there. (30:27: eventually / finally)

13. The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes. (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)

14. Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan. (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)

15. The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further. (33:30: propose / offer / invite)

Output for H5p Text

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

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand) 
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.


2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take) 
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.


3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms) 
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.


4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method) 
The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.


5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job) 
He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.


6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing) 
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.


7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical) 
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.
The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.


8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual) 
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.
An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.


9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential) 
It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.


10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective) 
Fundamental to good health is good diet.
Essential to good health is good diet.
Necessary to good health is good diet.


11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially) 
This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.
This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.


12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally) 
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.


13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit) 
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.


14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb) 
Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.


15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite) 
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.


Output for Blooket and Kahoots

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,,,,,,,
"1","Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)","The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.",30,1
"2","Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)","On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.","On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.","On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.","",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)","The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.","The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.","The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)","The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.","The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.","The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)","He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.","He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.","He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)","My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.","My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.","My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)","The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.","The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.","The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)","A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.","A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.","An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)","It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)","Fundamental to good health is good diet.","Essential to good health is good diet.","Necessary to good health is good diet.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)","This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.","This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.","","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)","If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.","If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.","","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)","The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.","The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.","The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)","Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.","Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.","","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)","The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.","The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.","The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.","",30,1

Output for MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand) 
A. The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
B. The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
C. The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
D. The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take) 
A. On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.
B. On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
C. On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms) 
A. The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
B. The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
C. The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method) 
A. The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.
B. The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
C. The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.

5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job) 
A. He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
B. He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
C. He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing) 
A. My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
B. My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
C. My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical) 
A. The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
B. The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.
C. The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.

8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual) 
A. A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
B. A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.
C. An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential) 
A. It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
B. It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
C. It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective) 
A. Fundamental to good health is good diet.
B. Essential to good health is good diet.
C. Necessary to good health is good diet.

11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially) 
A. This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.
B. This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally) 
A. If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
B. If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.

13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit) 
A. The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
B. The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
C. The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb) 
A. Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
B. Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite) 
A. The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
B. The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
C. The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

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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? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)
The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.

5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)
He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.
The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.

8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.
An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)
It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)
Fundamental to good health is good diet.
Essential to good health is good diet.
Necessary to good health is good diet.

11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)
This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.
This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.

13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)
Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

Output for Printed Quiz 2

Options shuffled

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)
On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)
The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)
The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.

5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)
He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.
He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.
My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.

8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)
It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)
Necessary to good health is good diet.
Essential to good health is good diet.
Fundamental to good health is good diet.

11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)
This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.
This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.

13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)
Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.
Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)
The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

Key for Printed Quiz

1. (19:30: propose / offer / invite) The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
2. (20:30: propose / offer / invite) On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.
3. (21:30: propose / offer / invite) The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
4. (22:30: propose / offer / invite) The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.
5. (23:30: propose / offer / invite) He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
6. (24:30: propose / offer / invite) My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
7. (25:30: propose / offer / invite) The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
8. (26:30: propose / offer / invite) A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
9. (27:30: propose / offer / invite) It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
10. (28:30: propose / offer / invite) Fundamental to good health is good diet.
11. (29:30: propose / offer / invite) This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.
12. (30:30: propose / offer / invite) If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
13. (31:30: propose / offer / invite) The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
14. (32:30: propose / offer / invite) Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
15. (33:30: propose / offer / invite) The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

Output for Upload to MS Quiz

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

1. Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.
The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.

2. Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.
On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.
On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.

3. Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.
The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.

4. Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)
The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.
The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.

5. Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)
He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.
He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.
He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.

6. Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.
My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.

7. Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.
The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.
The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.

8. Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.
A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.
An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.

9. Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)
It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.
It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.

10. Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)
Fundamental to good health is good diet.
Essential to good health is good diet.
Necessary to good health is good diet.

11. Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)
This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.
This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.

12. Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.
If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.

13. Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.
The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.

14. Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)
Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.
Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.

15. Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.
The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.
The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.

Output for Blooket and Kahoots

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"2","Which is more correct? (19:16: phrasal verbs with stand)","The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't get up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to stand up for the national anthem.","The old man couldn't stand up out of his chair to get up for the national anthem.",30,1
"3","Which is more correct? (20:17: phrasal verbs with take)","On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take-off.","On our flight today, I plan to take off my shoes right after take off.","On our flight today, I plan to take-off my shoes right after take-off.","",30,1
"4","Which is more correct? (21:18: confused forms)","The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon lose interest.","The kids want to see the sun raising, but I think they will soon lose interest.","The kids want to see the sun rising, but I think they will soon loose interest.","",30,1
"5","Which is more correct? (22:19: way / route / means / method)","The route taken by early explorers was very difficult.","The way taken by early explorers was very difficult.","The method taken by early explorers was very difficult.","",30,1
"6","Which is more correct? (23:20: work or job)","He was out of work during COVID, but he now has a good job.","He was out of job during COVID, but he now has good work.","He was out of a job during COVID, but he now has a good work.","",30,1
"7","Which is more correct? (24:21: confused nouns: relation / relationship, education / upbringing)","My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.","My upbringing was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relationship with my siblings.","My education was in various boarding schools, so I didn't have a close relation with my siblings.","",30,1
"8","Which is more correct? (25:22: confused adjectives: tourist / touristic, economic / economical)","The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.","The Opera House is an important tourist landmark in Sydney and a significant economical contributer.","The Opera House is an important touristic landmark in Sydney and a significant economic contributer.","",30,1
"9","Which is more correct? (26:23: common / ordinary / usual)","A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of ordinary people.","A common mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of usual people.","An ordinary mistake of politicians is to ignore the needs of common people.","",30,1
"10","Which is more correct? (27:24: important / relevant / essential)","It's vital that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","It's fundamental that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","It's relevant that we avoid any further injury to the patient.","",30,1
"11","Which is more correct? (28:25: use adverb / adjective)","Fundamental to good health is good diet.","Essential to good health is good diet.","Necessary to good health is good diet.","",30,1
"12","Which is more correct? (29:26: specially / especially)","This bathroom is specially designed for elderly people.","This bathroom is especially designed for elderly people.","","",30,1
"13","Which is more correct? (30:27: eventually / finally)","If we keep walking in this direction, we'll eventually get there.","If we keep walking in this direction, we'll finally get there.","","",30,1
"14","Which is more correct? (31:28: confused verbs: reach / achieve, win / earn, profit / benefit)","The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.","The music teacher never earned his goal of fame, but his students benefited greatly in his classes.","The music teacher never achieved his goal of fame, but his students profited greatly in his classes.","",30,1
"15","Which is more correct? (32:29: gerund / infinitive after verb)","Living in poverty often means having a shorter lifespan.","Living in poverty often means to have a shorter lifespan.","","",30,1
"16","Which is more correct? (33:30: propose / offer / invite)","The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.","The CEO offered to arrange a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested to discuss this further.","The CEO offered arranging a merger with our rival, but his personal assistant suggested discussing this further.","",30,1