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Memory Quiz

(Intermediate ESL level)

 

To do this Quiz, you need to have your pop up stop program off, or to allow a window to pop up on your screen.

Click the "Start" button; you will see a pop up window that shows a text for 2 seconds. Memorize this text.

Then click the "Answer" button to display the box where you will write this text. It does not matter if you write the text in caps or in lower case.

Dot not write in the boxes below



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Teachers: You may wish to keep score of the 'Tries' and 'Correct' answers.

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