Sunday, August 21, 2011

Random quiz - Prepositions after verbs

This quiz is based on a list of over 250 verbs followed by prepositions and includes dependent prepositions and phrasal verbs.

Instructions and basic principles
Use the Select selector to choose between:
All verbs - verb + preposition - verb + object + preposition - Type 3 phrasal verbs.
When you press Start quiz, it will randomise the list and show you the first ten questions. When you've completed the first ten, you have a choice:
1. - You can select 'Options'- 'Text entry, which is a little more difficult, and repeat the same ten questions before moving on.
2. - Or you can move on to the next ten, by pressing Next. You can repeat as many times as you like until you have been through the whole list.
Basic idea - You can dip in and out of this quiz whenever you like, and not necessarily do all the questions at one go (there are about 250!).
I'd rather do the verbs in alphabetical order - Fine. Just uncheck the 'Randomised' box. Then if you come back, you can start off where you left off.
This is too easy! - If you want to make the quiz a little more difficult, select 'Options' - 'Text entry' and enter the prepositions in from your keyboard.
Note - Sometimes there is more than one possible answer. The program, however, knows only the answer I've given it, so if it marks you wrong, just try a different alternative.
To start at the beginning again just press Start quiz once more.

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1 comment:

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