Year 2 - The Best Sentence 2
The more you read, the better your ability to find any mistakes in a sentence.

Year 2 - The Best Sentence 2

This 'The Best Sentence 2' spelling quiz gives KS1 children a selection of sentences and they need to spot the one sentence that is perfect - without any spelling mistakes.

When writing you have so much to remember: pencil grip, handwriting, capital letters, full stops, fingers spaces, spellings and also - it has to make sense! Luckily, this quiz is only going to ask you to look for spelling mistakes!

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  1. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    If there is a question, we show it by placing a question mark (?) at the end of the sentence.
  2. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    April is the fourth month of the year and should always begin with a capital letter, even if it's not at the beginning of a sentence.
  3. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    This is a picture of the inside of a hospital, called a ward.
  4. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    The sound 'al' is in talk and always and sounds the same as 'au'.
  5. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    Americans sometimes call the cinema the theatre.
  6. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    If there is an exclamation mark in a sentence, it means it should be said with passion or excitement.
  7. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    The words blew and blue sound the same but they mean different things. Can you put them both into sentences?
  8. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    The word reply changes and the 'y' is replaced with an 'i' then you add 'es'.
  9. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    Every battery also has a positive and negative side shown by these symbols: + and -
  10. Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
    The word wheelchair is a compound word as we are combining the words 'wheel' and 'chair'.

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