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Challenge Number 1!

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  1. Punctuation! Challenge Number 1!

  2. Where should the comma be in this sentence? • A. It was, a cold frosty morning. • B. It was a cold, frosty morning. • C. It was a cold frosty, morning. • D.It shouldn’t have a comma.

  3. Where should the speech marks go in this sentence? • A. “I love fish, said Millie.” • B. I love fish, “said Millie.” • C. “I love fish,” said Millie. • D. It shouldn’t have speech marks.

  4. Where should the apostrophe go in this sentence? • A. Whats’ going on? • B. What’s going on? • C. Whats going o’n? • D. It shouldn’t have an apostrophe.

  5. Good job! • Click ‘To The End’ to continue!

  6. Wrong! • Go back and try again!

  7. Wrong! • Go back and try again!

  8. Wrong! • Go back and try again!

  9. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  10. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  11. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  12. Well done! • You did really well! Especially if you got all 3 right on your first attempt! Did you find that too easy? Don’t worry, it gets harder! • Now for the next section!

  13. Challenge Number 2! Spelling!

  14. Which of these sentences are correct? • A. Your very good at literacy. • B. Youre very good at literacy. • C. You’re very good at literacy. • D. None of them are correct! You’re rubbish at literacy!

  15. Which of these sentences are correct? • A. You cmell nice. • B. You smel nice. • C. You snell nice. • D. None of them are correct! You smell horrible!

  16. Which of these sentences are correct? • A. I like fish becuss they are fishy. • B. I like fish bercuse they are fishy. • C. I like fish because they are fishy. • D. None of them are correct! YOU’RE fishy!

  17. Wrong! • Ha, you fail! Try again!

  18. Wrong! • Ha, you fail! Try again!

  19. Wrong! • Ha, you fail! Try again!

  20. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  21. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  22. Well done! • Still finding it easy? Don’t worry, it’ll get harder! If not try the other difficulties! • Click here to continue! > Continue!

  23. Challenge Number 3! Apostrophes!

  24. When are apostrophes used? • A. To show possession of an object/thing. • B. Because they look cool. • C. For use instead of a full stop. • D. Apostrophes aren’t used at all, they are so last year...

  25. When are apostrophes used? • A. To signify a new chapter. • B. To shorten words (e.g: Was not, Wasn’t.) • C.To split a word in half (e.g: This is going to be a lo’ng day.) • D. Apostrophe? What’s an apostrophe!?

  26. Where should the apostrophe be used in this word? • A. C’ouldnt • B. Could’nt • C. Couldn’t • D. It does not need an apostrophe!?

  27. Wrong! • Try again...

  28. Wrong! • Try again...

  29. Wrong! • Try again...

  30. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  31. Correct! • Now for the next question!

  32. And... We’re finished! • Well done!