KS3 English Quizzes

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KS3 English Revision

(Resources for school year 7, year 8 and year 9)

To write good English it is not essential to know the difference between a noun and a verb but there is no doubt it helps! When you have read enough you will instinctively know that it is wrong to say “She ain’t going with em”. By playing these KS3 English quizzes you will start to feel what is right and what is wrong.

Along the way, you may well learn to tell the difference between an adjective and an adverb and that will be so much the better.

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There are nearly 100 quizzes below that thoroughly test your knowledge at this level. If you are looking for further study when you have finished all of those then take a look at the equivalent section on our US site at Grade 6 English Language Arts in the USA Note that over in America what we know as “English” they call “English Language Arts”.

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Title Date Played Previous
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Adjectives 01 Play
Adjectives 02 Play
Adverbs 01 Play
Alliteration 01 Play
Letter Writing (Basics) 01 Play
Alphabetical Sorting 01 Play
Alphabetical Sorting 02 Play
Antonyms 01 Play
Antonyms 02 Play
Antonyms 03 Play
Antonyms 04 Play
Apostrophes (Because of Omission) 01 Play
Apostrophes (Revision) 01 Play
Apostrophes (To Show Plural Possession) 01 Play
Apostrophes (To Show Possession) 01 Play
Assonance 01 Play
Capital Letters 01 Play
Capital Letters 02 Play
Definitions 01 Play
Homophones 01 Play
Homophones 02 Play
Homophones 03 Play
Idioms 01 Play
Letter Writing (Formal) 01 Play
Letter Writing (Informal) 01 Play
Mnemonics 01 Play
Nouns (Abstract) 01 Play
Nouns (Abstract) 02 Play
Nouns (Basics) 01 Play
Nouns (Collective) 01 Play
Nouns (Collective) 02 Play
Nouns (Irregular Plural) 01 Play
Nouns (Proper) 01 Play
Onomatopoeia 01 Play
Onomatopoeia 02 Play
Prefixes 01 Play
Prefixes 02 Play
Prefixes and Suffixes 01 Play
Prefixes and Suffixes 02 Play
Prepositions 01 Play
Prepositions 02 Play
Pronouns 01 Play
Pronouns 02 Play
Punctuation (Avoiding Comma Splicing) 01 Play
Punctuation (Commas and Inverted Commas) 01 Play
Punctuation (Commas to Separate Clauses) 01 Play
Punctuation (Commas) 01 Play
Punctuation (Exclamation Marks) 01 Play
Punctuation (Full Stops) 01 Play
Punctuation (Revision) 01 Play
Rhetorical Questions 01 Play
Rhyme 01 Play
Sentences (Complex) 01 Play
Sentences (Connectives) 01 Play
Sentences (Connectives) 02 Play
Sentences (Relative Clauses) 01 Play
Sentences (Subject and Object) 01 Play
Sentences (Types) 01 Play
Sentences (Types) 02 Play
Similes 01 Play
Similes 02 Play
Spelling (Common Mistakes) 01 Play
Spelling (Plurals for nouns ending in f or fe) 01 Play
Spelling (Plurals for words ending in o) 01 Play
Spelling (Plurals for words ending in y) 01 Play
Spelling (Singular and Plural Nouns) 01 Play
Standard English 01 Play
Standard English 02 Play
Standard English 03 Play
Suffixes 01 Play
Suffixes 02 Play
Suffixes 03 Play
Syllables (Counting) 01 Play
Syllables (Monosyllables) 01 Play
Synonyms 01 Play
Synonyms 02 Play
Synonyms 03 Play
Synonyms 04 Play
Text (Identifying Different Types) 01 Play
Verbs (Active and Passive Voice) 01 Play
Verbs (Basics) 01 Play
Verbs (Modal) 01 Play
Verbs (Present and Past Tenses) 01 Play
Vocabulary Building (Discourse Markers) 01 Play
Vocabulary Building (Persuasive Words) 01 Play
Words (Alliteration, Simile, Rhyme, Personification) 01 Play
Words (Class Recognition) 01 Play
Words (Using Questions) 01 Play
Words Used in Connection with Literature 01 Play
Words Used in Connection with The Media 01 Play
Words Used in Geography 01 Play
Words Used in Maths 01 Play
Words Used in Science 01 Play
Writing Directions 01 Play
Writing Instructions 01 Play
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