Early Bird SPaG challenge

Let’s see how many of you are so eager to back to school that you’ll start the week with a super SPaG challenge…

Click on the link below and follow the instructions on the SPaG challenge. Leave your answers as comments and remember to proofread.

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18 thoughts on “Early Bird SPaG challenge

  1. The old man saw _______them___ out of the corner of his eye. ______They____ were looking at him from behind a bush.

    1) Inside the house a old lady sat down she was picking up a biscuit and saw some aliens. They were carrying marshmallow guns with them.
    2) All of a sudden Gordon the ghost spotted some children. They were staring at them through the window.

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  2. The old man saw __ THEM_____ out of the corner of his eye. ___THEY_______ were looking at him from behind a bush.

    I know there is more than one person because it wouldn’t make sense saying:
    He/she WERE looking at him…..

    My pronoun paragraph is –

    Quietly, Polly and Jim crept out from behind the bush of brown, coarse toadstools and stood in awe. THEY were absolutely flabbergasted! Where were THEY and how did THEY get their?
    Jim spotted an adorable frog crouching on a mushroom. Suddenly, HE couldn’t believe his eyes; IT had transformed into an old, evil looking woman.(HE did not like her appearance)…

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  3. Ben saw Sally, and he waved at her. The pronouns he and her take the place of Ben and Sally, respectively.

    Which pair of pronouns is best to complete the sentence below?

    The old man saw __them__ out of the corner of his eye. They__were looking at him from behind a bush.

    Tick one:

    they Them

    us We

    her She

    them I

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  4. The old man saw them out of the corner of his eye. They were looking at him from behind a bush.

    1.As I approched my home,they were all there my family………

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