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SAT Practice: Grammar, Vocabulary and Punctuation 5 (2013)

In this test students practise answering questions similar to those contained in the 2013 Key Stage 2 Grammar, Vocabulary and Punctuation short answer paper.

'SAT Practice: Grammar, Vocabulary and Punctuation 5 (2013)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Practice Papers

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet contains questions similar to those you will find in the 2013 Key Stage 2 Grammar, Vocabulary and Punctuation short answer test.

 

 

You can use it if you have already completed the earlier tests and would like some more practice. The questions are different in each test but they are at the same level.

 

You can work your way through the test like a normal worksheet or you can treat it like a test and time yourself. The actual test takes 45 minutes, but if you are quite slow at typing you could give yourself a little longer.

 

You can use this worksheet to give you a guide as to which areas of English you need to brush up on. For example, if you struggle with questions about speech marks you can go back and do the worksheets that teach you about speech marks.

Choose the correct word to complete the following sentence.

 

Kayla __________ over at her friend's house last night.

sleeped

sleeps

slept

sleepd

Use either I or me to complete the following sentence.

 

My Dad took a picture of my brother and __________ on top of the Eiffel Tower.

I

me

Match the words and sentences below with their most likely punctuation.

Column A

Column B

Josie took her dog for a walk
!
What time did you get here
?
Help
.

Only one of the sentences below uses the correct plural. Tick the correct one.

The childs were excited about the party.

The gooses were hissing at the dog.

I saw some red deers running through the woods.

All the women were waiting outside.

Which of the sentences below contains two verbs?

Peter and Sarah played their violins in the school concert.

My nanna always goes to bingo on Thursdays.

Freddie ran off with the bone and buried it in the garden.

Neela collected her little brother from the infants' playground.

Read this sentence in the past tense.

 

I practised my guitar last night.

 

Which of the following sentences is the correct present tense of the sentence?

I will practise my guitar tonight.

I have practised my guitar already.

I am practising my guitar.

I did practise my guitar.

Which word in the following sentence is a conjunction? Write it in the answer box.

 

Although he was very tired, Philip stayed up to watch the match.

Match each of the sentences below with the description of its sentence type.

Column A

Column B

I was late into class this morning.
statement
What are you doing here?
command
Go away!
question

Which of the words in the following sentence is a preposition? Write it in the answer box.

 

The train hooted as it went through the tunnel.

Which box shows the correct contraction of the underlined words in the sentence below?

 

You should not cross the road without looking and listening for traffic.

shouldent

should'nt

shouldnt

shouldn't

Decide whether the underlined part of each sentence below is a phrase or a clause.

 

1) We stayed indoors because it was raining.

2) The heavy rain lasted for hours.

3) When the rain stopped there was a beautiful rainbow.

4) The rainbow stretched across the whole sky.

 phraseclause
sentence 1
sentence 2
sentence 3
sentence 4

Choose the best conjunction to complete the sentence below.

 

Jake went to the dentist __________ he had toothache.

if

although

because

however

Rewrite the following sentence using capital letters in the correct places.

 

louise went to france in april to visit her penfriend claudine.

Match the sentences below with the correct missing verb.

 

Hover your mouse over the box if you can't read the whole sentence.

Column A

Column B

Amir and Billy _______ gone to the cinema.
has
The babies ______ asleep in their prams.
are
Niamh ______ forgotten her PE kit.
is
Priya ______ texting her best friend.
have

The following sentence should have a question mark.


Jamie asked, "Please can I go to the toilet."

 

Tick the sentence that has a question mark in the correct place.

Jamie asked? "Please can I go to the toilet."

Jamie asked, "Please can I go to the toilet"?

Jamie asked? "Please can I go to the toilet?"

Jamie asked, "Please can I go to the toilet?"

Read the following statement.

 

The teacher asked Andrew to fetch his English book.

 

Which of the following sentences is a command?

Where is your English book, Andrew?

Fetch your English book, Andrew.

Andrew fetched his English book.

Read the following sentence and decide which of the underlined words is an adjective.

 

Jenny wore her new red coat on the trip.

wore

red

trip

Which pair of pronouns is best to complete the following sentences?

 

The coach divided __________ into two groups. The red group was attacking; __________ were defending.

'they' and 'them'

'us' and 'we'

'her' and 'she'

'them' and 'I'

Read the following sentence and decide whether the underlined part is the main clause or the subordinate clause.

 

When Grandma arrived, everybody sang 'Happy Birthday'.

main clause

subordinate clause

Rewrite the following passage, adding capital letters and full stops where necessary.

 

The bus arrived before Joe got to the bus stop he ran as fast as he could but he was too late

A prefix is a letter or a group of letters added to the beginning of a word to make a new word.

 

For example: untidy

 

Choose the correct prefix for each word to make it mean the opposite.

 uninimmis
capable
hear
probable
likely

Rewrite the following sentence, putting inverted commas in the correct places.

 

I'm fed up, said Jake. I want to go home.

Which ending would make the word steady into an adverb?

steadier

steadily

steadiness

steadiest

Read the following sentences and decide which word is the article in each one.

 

Write the article in the answer box each time. Use lower case letters, not capitals.

 article
After the thunder storm we went outside.
We saw an elephant in Kenya.
Sarah had a puppy for Christmas.

Which word is closest in meaning to despondent in the sentence below?

 

Amy was despondent when she read her school report.

relieved

happy

downhearted

angry

Read the following sentence.

 

I really enjoyed the play at the theatre but Kyle thought that it was boring.

 

Decide whether the underlined words are nouns or adjectives.

 nounadjective
play
theatre
boring

This passage has had three connectives taken out of it.

 

Joe __________ Tom thought that the match was exciting. Jayden, __________, went home early __________ he was bored.

 

Rewrite it in the answer box using one of these connectives to fill each space:

 

because

however

and

Find one word that can complete both sentences below.

 

The music teacher stood up and started to __________ the orchestra with his baton.

My brother's teacher said she wasn't happy with his __________ around the school.

 

Write the word in the answer box.

Read the following sentence and decide how many adverbs it contains.

 

Nervously, Jodie walked into the silent exam hall. She sat down on her rickety chair and waited quietly for the exam to begin.

1

2

3

4

Which of the sentences below uses commas correctly?

I'm inviting, Nadine, Jemma, Bilal and Isaac.

I'm inviting Nadine, Jemma, Bilal and Isaac.

I'm, inviting Nadine, Jemma, Bilal, and Isaac.

I'm inviting Nadine Jemma Bilal, and Isaac.

Look at the following sentence.

 

The cave was very very big.

 

All the words in the list are similar in meaning to 'very very big' except one.

 

Tick the odd one out.

enormous

vast

diminutive

immense

Which of these sentences uses brackets correctly?

Jason my big brother is saving up to buy (a motorbike).

Jason my big brother (is saving up) to buy a motorbike.

Jason (my big brother) is saving up to buy a motorbike.

Jason my (big brother) is saving up to buy a motorbike.

Decide whether each of the words in the list is a noun or a verb.

 nounverb
own
aeroplane
choir
sit

How many adjectives are there in the sentence below?

 

The blazing sun shone mercilessly on the parched desert.

1

2

3

4

Write the correct plural form of the words below.

 

Use lower case letters, not capitals.

 plural
goose
woman
church
foot

Which of the following sentences uses commas correctly?

Because it snowed all night, school was closed yesterday.

Because it snowed all night school, was closed yesterday.

Because, it snowed all night, school was closed yesterday.

Because it snowed all night school was closed, yesterday.

Which of these should be written as two separate sentences?

Joseph is Scottish and Patryk is Polish.

I like French, but I prefer Spanish.

My favourite hobby is cycling because it is fun and it keeps me fit.

My baby sister is called Freya she is very sweet.

Rewrite the following sentence, adding commas in the correct places.

 

I am taking Aaron Priya Kayla and James bowling tonight.

How many nouns are there in the following sentence?

 

The birds in our garden are eating all the berries on the bushes now the weather is getting colder.

3

4

5

6

Read the following sentences and decide which ones are statements.

 

Tick two boxes.

Come here, please.

What time is it?

That new cafe is opening today.

I don't like snakes.

Can I stay up late tonight?

The word quarry has more than one meaning.

 

Tick two definitions of the word from the list below.

a horse

a place where stone or other materials are extracted from the ground

an argument

something that is being chased

Which of the words in the list is the comparative form of the adjective beautiful?

beautifuller

beautifullest

more beautiful

most beautiful

Match the words in the sentence below with their word class.

 

Josie looked at her watch and then ran quickly along the busy street.

Column A

Column B

street
preposition
ran
adverb
busy
adjective
quickly
verb
along
noun

Which word in the following sentence is a conjunction? Write it in the answer box.

 

If you don't hurry up, we're all going to be late.

Read the sentence below in non-standard English.

 

I ain't got none of them books.

 

Which of the sentences in the list is the correct version in standard English?

I haven't got none of them books.

I haven't got any of those books.

I ain't got any of those books.

I haven't got none of those books.

Read the following sentence and then tick all the adjectives.

 

Kayla was very happy with her new red bicycle.

Kayla

was

very

happy

with

her

new

red

bicycle

Read the following sentences and tick the two that are commands.

It's getting late.

Turn the TV off.

Isn't it time you went to bed?

Are you listening to me?

Go to bed now!

Choose 'was' or 'were' to complete each sentence correctly.

 waswere
The chocolates ______ delicious.
We ______ waiting for half an hour.
My mum and dad ______ at the theatre last night.

Rewrite the following sentence, adding inverted commas in the correct places.

 

After lunch, said Mr Jones, we will do geography.

Decide whether the apostrophe in each of the following sentences has been used for omission or possession.

 

1) I can't stay awake any longer.

2) Sam's performance on the guitar was the highlight of the show.

3) I've never been to America.

 omissionpossession
sentence 1
sentence 2
sentence 3
  • Question 1

Choose the correct word to complete the following sentence.

 

Kayla __________ over at her friend's house last night.

CORRECT ANSWER
slept
EDDIE SAYS
Many verbs add -ed to form the past tense but 'sleep' is an irregular verb. The past tense is 'slept'.
  • Question 2

Use either I or me to complete the following sentence.

 

My Dad took a picture of my brother and __________ on top of the Eiffel Tower.

CORRECT ANSWER
me
EDDIE SAYS
The pronoun 'I' is only used for the subject of the sentence.
In this example Dad is the subject of the sentence (the person carrying out the action) and 'my brother and me' is the object (the receiver of the action).
  • Question 3

Match the words and sentences below with their most likely punctuation.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

Josie took her dog for a walk
.
What time did you get here
?
Help
!
EDDIE SAYS
Questions always need a question mark. Exclamation marks are not essential but are a help to the reader.
  • Question 4

Only one of the sentences below uses the correct plural. Tick the correct one.

CORRECT ANSWER
All the women were waiting outside.
EDDIE SAYS
Many words in English have irregular plurals.
The plural of 'child' is 'children'.
The plural of 'goose' is 'geese'.
The plural of 'deer' is 'deer'.
  • Question 5

Which of the sentences below contains two verbs?

CORRECT ANSWER
Freddie ran off with the bone and buried it in the garden.
EDDIE SAYS
The two verbs are 'ran' and 'buried'. Even though the first sentence is about two people, there is only one verb ('played').
  • Question 6

Read this sentence in the past tense.

 

I practised my guitar last night.

 

Which of the following sentences is the correct present tense of the sentence?

CORRECT ANSWER
I am practising my guitar.
EDDIE SAYS
'I will practise' is the future tense.
'I have practised' and 'I did practise' are in the past.
  • Question 7

Which word in the following sentence is a conjunction? Write it in the answer box.

 

Although he was very tired, Philip stayed up to watch the match.

CORRECT ANSWER
although
EDDIE SAYS
The word 'although' links the two clauses in this sentence.
A conjunction can be at the start of a sentence as well as in the middle.
  • Question 8

Match each of the sentences below with the description of its sentence type.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

I was late into class this mornin...
statement
What are you doing here?
question
Go away!
command
EDDIE SAYS
A statement simply expresses a fact or opinion.
A question asks something and a command tells somebody to do something.
  • Question 9

Which of the words in the following sentence is a preposition? Write it in the answer box.

 

The train hooted as it went through the tunnel.

CORRECT ANSWER
through
EDDIE SAYS
The word 'through' is a preposition of direction. It tells us where the train was travelling.
  • Question 10

Which box shows the correct contraction of the underlined words in the sentence below?

 

You should not cross the road without looking and listening for traffic.

CORRECT ANSWER
shouldn't
EDDIE SAYS
The apostrophe is placed where letters have been missed out.
In this case the letter 'o' has been left out.
  • Question 11

Decide whether the underlined part of each sentence below is a phrase or a clause.

 

1) We stayed indoors because it was raining.

2) The heavy rain lasted for hours.

3) When the rain stopped there was a beautiful rainbow.

4) The rainbow stretched across the whole sky.

CORRECT ANSWER
 phraseclause
sentence 1
sentence 2
sentence 3
sentence 4
EDDIE SAYS
The underlined parts of sentences 2 and 4 are noun phrases. They do not contain a verb.
  • Question 12

Choose the best conjunction to complete the sentence below.

 

Jake went to the dentist __________ he had toothache.

CORRECT ANSWER
because
EDDIE SAYS
The correct conjunction is 'because', as it is giving the reason why Jake went to the dentist.
  • Question 13

Rewrite the following sentence using capital letters in the correct places.

 

louise went to france in april to visit her penfriend claudine.

CORRECT ANSWER
Louise went to France in April to visit her penfriend Claudine.
EDDIE SAYS
The names of people, months and places always begin with a capital letter.
  • Question 14

Match the sentences below with the correct missing verb.

 

Hover your mouse over the box if you can't read the whole sentence.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

Amir and Billy _______ gone to th...
have
The babies ______ asleep in their...
are
Niamh ______ forgotten her PE kit...
has
Priya ______ texting her best fri...
is
EDDIE SAYS
'Have' and 'are' are used when we are writing about more than one person or thing.
  • Question 15

The following sentence should have a question mark.


Jamie asked, "Please can I go to the toilet."

 

Tick the sentence that has a question mark in the correct place.

CORRECT ANSWER
Jamie asked, "Please can I go to the toilet?"
EDDIE SAYS
The question mark goes at the end of the words that are spoken, but before the closing speech marks.
  • Question 16

Read the following statement.

 

The teacher asked Andrew to fetch his English book.

 

Which of the following sentences is a command?

CORRECT ANSWER
Fetch your English book, Andrew.
EDDIE SAYS
A command is a sentence that tells somebody what to do.
  • Question 17

Read the following sentence and decide which of the underlined words is an adjective.

 

Jenny wore her new red coat on the trip.

CORRECT ANSWER
red
EDDIE SAYS
An adjective describes a noun.
The word 'red' is describing the coat.
  • Question 18

Which pair of pronouns is best to complete the following sentences?

 

The coach divided __________ into two groups. The red group was attacking; __________ were defending.

CORRECT ANSWER
'us' and 'we'
EDDIE SAYS
The best way to tackle this one is to try out all the alternatives and see which one makes sense.
  • Question 19

Read the following sentence and decide whether the underlined part is the main clause or the subordinate clause.

 

When Grandma arrived, everybody sang 'Happy Birthday'.

CORRECT ANSWER
subordinate clause
EDDIE SAYS
'When Grandma arrived' does not make sense on its own so it is the subordinate clause.
  • Question 20

Rewrite the following passage, adding capital letters and full stops where necessary.

 

The bus arrived before Joe got to the bus stop he ran as fast as he could but he was too late

CORRECT ANSWER
The bus arrived before Joe got to the bus stop. He ran as fast as he could but he was too late.
EDDIE SAYS
Try reading the sentence out loud if you are not sure about this one. There is a natural break after 'bus stop'. This is the end of the first sentence.
  • Question 21

A prefix is a letter or a group of letters added to the beginning of a word to make a new word.

 

For example: untidy

 

Choose the correct prefix for each word to make it mean the opposite.

CORRECT ANSWER
 uninimmis
capable
hear
probable
likely
EDDIE SAYS
There are no rules for deciding which prefix to use when making words into their opposites. It is just a case of learning them.
  • Question 22

Rewrite the following sentence, putting inverted commas in the correct places.

 

I'm fed up, said Jake. I want to go home.

CORRECT ANSWER
"I'm fed up," said Jake. "I want to go home."
'I'm fed up,' said Jake. 'I want to go home.'
EDDIE SAYS
The inverted commas go around the words that Jake actually speaks. He does not say the words 'said Jake'.
  • Question 23

Which ending would make the word steady into an adverb?

CORRECT ANSWER
steadily
EDDIE SAYS
An adverb describes how an action is carried out.
The adverb 'steadily' describes the verb 'drove' in the following sentence: My dad drove steadily because the roads were icy.
  • Question 24

Read the following sentences and decide which word is the article in each one.

 

Write the article in the answer box each time. Use lower case letters, not capitals.

CORRECT ANSWER
 article
After the thunder storm we went outside.
We saw an elephant in Kenya.
Sarah had a puppy for Christmas.
EDDIE SAYS
The words 'a', 'an' and 'the' are articles. They go in front of nouns.
  • Question 25

Which word is closest in meaning to despondent in the sentence below?

 

Amy was despondent when she read her school report.

CORRECT ANSWER
downhearted
EDDIE SAYS
The best way to learn new words is to read a lot. Try to note down new words and look them up to see what they mean.
  • Question 26

Read the following sentence.

 

I really enjoyed the play at the theatre but Kyle thought that it was boring.

 

Decide whether the underlined words are nouns or adjectives.

CORRECT ANSWER
 nounadjective
play
theatre
boring
EDDIE SAYS
Nouns are naming words for people and things. Adjectives describe nouns.
  • Question 27

This passage has had three connectives taken out of it.

 

Joe __________ Tom thought that the match was exciting. Jayden, __________, went home early __________ he was bored.

 

Rewrite it in the answer box using one of these connectives to fill each space:

 

because

however

and

CORRECT ANSWER
Joe and Tom thought that the match was exciting. Jayden, however, went home early because he was bored.
EDDIE SAYS
The best way to tackle this one is to read the sentences aloud and see which connectives make sense.
  • Question 28

Find one word that can complete both sentences below.

 

The music teacher stood up and started to __________ the orchestra with his baton.

My brother's teacher said she wasn't happy with his __________ around the school.

 

Write the word in the answer box.

CORRECT ANSWER
conduct
EDDIE SAYS
The word is pronounced slightly differently in each example. In the first sentence, the stress is on the second syllable (conDUCT), but in the second sentence the stress is on the first syllable (CONduct).
  • Question 29

Read the following sentence and decide how many adverbs it contains.

 

Nervously, Jodie walked into the silent exam hall. She sat down on her rickety chair and waited quietly for the exam to begin.

CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS
The adverbs are 'nervously' and 'quietly'.
Adverbs describe how an action is carried out.
  • Question 30

Which of the sentences below uses commas correctly?

CORRECT ANSWER
I'm inviting Nadine, Jemma, Bilal and Isaac.
EDDIE SAYS
Commas are used to separate items in a list. A comma is not used before the first item in the list.
  • Question 31

Look at the following sentence.

 

The cave was very very big.

 

All the words in the list are similar in meaning to 'very very big' except one.

 

Tick the odd one out.

CORRECT ANSWER
diminutive
EDDIE SAYS
The word 'diminutive' means extremely small.
  • Question 32

Which of these sentences uses brackets correctly?

CORRECT ANSWER
Jason (my big brother) is saving up to buy a motorbike.
EDDIE SAYS
If the information inside the brackets is removed, the sentence should still make sense.
  • Question 33

Decide whether each of the words in the list is a noun or a verb.

CORRECT ANSWER
 nounverb
own
aeroplane
choir
sit
EDDIE SAYS
Verbs are sometimes thought of as action words and nouns as naming words.
  • Question 34

How many adjectives are there in the sentence below?

 

The blazing sun shone mercilessly on the parched desert.

CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS
The adjectives are 'blazing' and 'parched'.
The word 'mercilessly' is an adverb, as it describes a verb.
  • Question 35

Write the correct plural form of the words below.

 

Use lower case letters, not capitals.

CORRECT ANSWER
 plural
goose
woman
church
foot
EDDIE SAYS
Many words have irregular plurals.
'Church' is not irregular, but it ends in -ch so we need to add -es rather than just -s.
  • Question 36

Which of the following sentences uses commas correctly?

CORRECT ANSWER
Because it snowed all night, school was closed yesterday.
EDDIE SAYS
A comma is used to separate clauses when a sentence begins with a subordinate clause.
  • Question 37

Which of these should be written as two separate sentences?

CORRECT ANSWER
My baby sister is called Freya she is very sweet.
EDDIE SAYS
It should read as follows:
My baby sister is called Freya. She is very sweet.
  • Question 38

Rewrite the following sentence, adding commas in the correct places.

 

I am taking Aaron Priya Kayla and James bowling tonight.

CORRECT ANSWER
I am taking Aaron, Priya, Kayla and James bowling tonight.
I am taking Aaron, Priya, Kayla, and James bowling tonight.
EDDIE SAYS
A comma is not normally placed before the 'and' in a list, but it is not actually incorrect to do so.
  • Question 39

How many nouns are there in the following sentence?

 

The birds in our garden are eating all the berries on the bushes now the weather is getting colder.

CORRECT ANSWER
5
EDDIE SAYS
The nouns are: 'birds', 'garden', 'berries', 'bushes' and 'weather'.
  • Question 40

Read the following sentences and decide which ones are statements.

 

Tick two boxes.

CORRECT ANSWER
That new cafe is opening today.
I don't like snakes.
EDDIE SAYS
A statement expresses a fact or opinion.
  • Question 41

The word quarry has more than one meaning.

 

Tick two definitions of the word from the list below.

CORRECT ANSWER
a place where stone or other materials are extracted from the ground
something that is being chased
EDDIE SAYS
The two words are not related at all, even though they are spelt exactly the same way.
  • Question 42

Which of the words in the list is the comparative form of the adjective beautiful?

CORRECT ANSWER
more beautiful
EDDIE SAYS
We use the comparative form when we are comparing two things. Many short adjectives add -er to form the comparative, but for long words like 'beautiful' we have to use the word 'more' instead.
  • Question 43

Match the words in the sentence below with their word class.

 

Josie looked at her watch and then ran quickly along the busy street.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

street
noun
ran
verb
busy
adjective
quickly
adverb
along
preposition
EDDIE SAYS
The words 'Josie' and 'watch' are also nouns.
  • Question 44

Which word in the following sentence is a conjunction? Write it in the answer box.

 

If you don't hurry up, we're all going to be late.

CORRECT ANSWER
if
EDDIE SAYS
A conjunction links two clauses in a sentence.
  • Question 45

Read the sentence below in non-standard English.

 

I ain't got none of them books.

 

Which of the sentences in the list is the correct version in standard English?

CORRECT ANSWER
I haven't got any of those books.
EDDIE SAYS
Non-standard English is fine in informal situations such as among family and friends, but it is important to know how to use standard English for formal situations.
  • Question 46

Read the following sentence and then tick all the adjectives.

 

Kayla was very happy with her new red bicycle.

CORRECT ANSWER
happy
new
red
EDDIE SAYS
Adjectives describe nouns.
'Happy' describes Kayla, while 'new' and 'red' describe the bicycle.
  • Question 47

Read the following sentences and tick the two that are commands.

CORRECT ANSWER
Turn the TV off.
Go to bed now!
EDDIE SAYS
Commands are sentences that tell people what to do.
  • Question 48

Choose 'was' or 'were' to complete each sentence correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
 waswere
The chocolates ______ delicious.
We ______ waiting for half an hour.
My mum and dad ______ at the theatre last night.
EDDIE SAYS
In each of the sentences the subject is plural, so the correct choice is 'were'.
  • Question 49

Rewrite the following sentence, adding inverted commas in the correct places.

 

After lunch, said Mr Jones, we will do geography.

CORRECT ANSWER
"After lunch," said Mr Jones, "we will do geography."
'After lunch,' said Mr Jones, 'we will do geography.'
EDDIE SAYS
The inverted commas go around the words actually spoken. Other punctuation, such as commas and full stops, are placed before the closing inverted commas.
  • Question 50

Decide whether the apostrophe in each of the following sentences has been used for omission or possession.

 

1) I can't stay awake any longer.

2) Sam's performance on the guitar was the highlight of the show.

3) I've never been to America.

CORRECT ANSWER
 omissionpossession
sentence 1
sentence 2
sentence 3
EDDIE SAYS
I can't stay awake any longer (I cannot stay awake any longer) = omission.
Sam's performance on the guitar was the highlight of the show = possession.
I've never been to America (I have never been to America) = omission.
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We're your National Curriculum aligned online education content provider helping each child succeed in English, maths and science from year 1 to GCSE. With an EdPlace account you’ll be able to track and measure progress, helping each child achieve their best. We build confidence and attainment by personalising each child’s learning at a level that suits them.

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