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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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Martin Wolff's "advice" on English corners should be taken with a heavy pinch of salt. It's just an opportunity to promote his business .- teaching English with movies alone, which I think is a pile..
Re: General note on this forum  by: Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen
I appreciate your kind words, Dr. Zack! Have a good life and enjoy your days! I will officially retire from work next year.
Re: General note on this forum  by: Yanni+Zack
Dear Turnoi, Thank you for the kind words posted about me on the forum. Also, I want to personally thank you for keeping the discussion area alive, and for the great information you provided to the..
April is Autism Awareness Month!  by: Rachel Fischer
Light it Up Blue in April April is quickly approaching and for the last four decades it has been the time of year that has been set aside for autism awareness. April 2nd has also marked World Autism..
Facts Concerning Teaching English in Elementary School  by: Dr. Khalid Al-Seghayer
Facts Concerning Teaching English in Elementary School Dr. Khalid Al-Seghayer alseghayer@yahoo.com @alseghayer In discussing this ongoing educational controversy, I will neither dwell on whether it..
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Teaching English as a second language doesn’t have to be difficult at all. With the invention of modern technological facilities, life has been made much easier for language instructors. In the..
ESL English Lesson: Saudi driving ban for women  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about women not being allowed to drive a car in Saudi Arabia. Can you imagine a woman in your country not being allowed to drive a car simply because she is a woman? It’s hard to..
ESL English Lesson: Noisy and disruptive neighbours!  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about noisy neighbours! They can be very annoying. It can be loud music blasting out. Someone could hold a party. In this instance it is better they invite their neighbours. If you..
How to make a grammar lesson great  by: Ramya Raju
The one thing we learned as trainee English teachers was that any point of time you are dealing with several syllabi – the prescribed one, the version of the prescribed one that you customize for..
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Parachute pants are characterized by their material. Just like actual parachutes, they are made of nylon, allowing them to be lightweight and durable. The crotch is low and pockets and zippers adorn..
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When the iced and decorated cake is brought to the table at a birthday party, it's ablaze with candles. A longstanding tradition, the lighting of birthday candles is said to have started with the..
About Flamenco Dancing  by: Debra Stein
Flamenco dancing is much more than a pattern of steps or a style of movement. It is defined by the emotional interpretation of music and song, and the influence of a culture that shaped its form...
Re It's a topsy-turvy old esl world.  by: Turnoi, the Only One and Real Turnoi
Since you seem to have selective reading skills, here is some input: It is clear from your aggressiveness in your posting you are against the west, and in fact, anti-western in every aspect. You have..
Re Wumaos are plenty - NYT article "Trending: Attractive People Sharing Upbeat News About Tibet"  by: Turnoi, the Only One and Real Turnoi
He may need a doctorate in English Literature to get it; other folks including non-natives read these novels (in English) at Secondary/High School. It's a shame to be so uneducated! I gave you a clue..
Re Wumaos are plenty - NYT article "Trending: Attractive People Sharing Upbeat News About Tibet"  by: Charles
You asked if we knew the book in question. I gave you a clue in my reply but you just didn't get it. "Grip" was the name of the raven in Barnaby Rudge! Quite right. But it doesn't surprise me that..