11-Plus English Quizzes

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At all stages of education it is important to understand the English language – never more so than for 10-year-olds facing the 11-Plus exam.

Grammar And Reading Comprehension

English revision is all about improving a child’s grammar and reading comprehension. Some education authorities build in an 11 Plus test solely for English and it is wise to ask your school if this is the case in your own area. In addition, a good command of the English language has a significant role to play towards success in Verbal Reasoning (VR) tests and in Comprehension tests where these apply.

11-Plus Preparation At Home

Your child will be familiar with many of the English topics required for the 11-Plus because they will have been taught at school at Key Stage 2 (KS2) in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. Almost certainly though, your son or daughter will have areas where they are strong and other areas where additional work is required.

Once your child is completing the KS2 English quizzes with 10 out of 10 scores, it’s time to introduce them to our Eleven Plus quizzes below.

Playing these slightly harder quizzes will allow both parents and students to quickly identify where there are areas of weakness and re-playing the quizzes will help plug the gaps in an efficient and enjoyable way.

Practice Makes Perfect

The quizzes are designed to give children a complete understanding of what to expect for the 11+ English exam. They are ordered alphabetically meaning you can easily drill down to those subjects you think need attention. The quizzes include apostrophes (a familiar sticking point with children and adults alike!), metaphors, punctuation and spelling.

Pass The 11 Plus Exam

Play the quizzes until your child has a firm grasp of the nuances of the English language, as well as a good understanding of comprehension. Each question is clearly explained once they have answered it. This guarantees that when they come to sit the 11+, they will have more confidence and will be prepared for the English questions they are asked.

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Quiz Title Options
Adjectives Adjectives Play
Adjectives 2 Adjectives 2 Play
Adverbs Adverbs Play
Adverbs 2 Adverbs 2 Play
Alliteration Alliteration Play
Alphabetising Alphabetising Play
Antonyms Antonyms Play
Apostrophes to Mark Omission Apostrophes to Mark Omission Play
Apostrophes to Mark Possession Apostrophes to Mark Possession Play
Asking Questions Asking Questions Play
Capital Letters Capital Letters Play
Capital Letters 2 Capital Letters 2 Play
Clauses and Phrases Clauses and Phrases Play
Commas Commas Play
Commas 2 Commas 2 Play
Complex Sentences Complex Sentences Play
Compound Words Compound Words Play
Comprehension Comprehension Play
Comprehension 2 Comprehension 2 Play
Comprehension 3 Comprehension 3 Play
Connectives / Conjunctions Connectives / Conjunctions Play
Connectives / Conjunctions 2 Connectives / Conjunctions 2 Play
Direct Speech Direct Speech Play
Fact and Opinion Fact and Opinion Play
First, Second and Third Person First, Second and Third Person Play
Improving Vocabulary Improving Vocabulary Play
Improving Vocabulary 2 Improving Vocabulary 2 Play
Improving Vocabulary 3 Improving Vocabulary 3 Play
Indirect Speech Indirect Speech Play
Metaphors Metaphors Play
Negatives Negatives Play
Nouns Nouns Play
Nouns 2 Nouns 2 Play
Onomatopoeia Onomatopoeia Play
Paragraphing Paragraphing Play
Prefixes Prefixes Play
Prepositions Prepositions Play
Pronouns Pronouns Play
Punctuation Punctuation Play
Rhyme Rhyme Play
Sentence Openers Sentence Openers Play
Similes Similes Play
Spelling:  -igh Spelling: -igh Play
Spelling:  -le Spelling: -le Play
Spelling:  -or-, -oor-, and -ore- Spelling: -or-, -oor-, and -ore- Play
Spelling:  -ough Spelling: -ough Play
Spelling:  Double Consonants Spelling: Double Consonants Play
Spelling:  Graphemes Spelling: Graphemes Play
Spelling:  ie or ei? Spelling: ie or ei? Play
Spelling:  Phonemes Spelling: Phonemes Play
Spelling:  Plurals Spelling: Plurals Play
Spelling:  Plurals 2 Spelling: Plurals 2 Play
Spelling:  Unstressed Vowels Spelling: Unstressed Vowels Play
Spelling:  Unstressed Vowels 2 Spelling: Unstressed Vowels 2 Play
Spelling:  w and wh Spelling: w and wh Play
Spelling:  y and i Spelling: y and i Play
Standard English Standard English Play
Statement, Question or Command? Statement, Question or Command? Play
Subject / Verb Agreement Subject / Verb Agreement Play
Suffixes Suffixes Play
Syllables Syllables Play
Synonyms Synonyms Play
Text Features Text Features Play
Their, They're and There Their, They're and There Play
Verbs Verbs Play
Verbs 2 Verbs 2 Play
Writing Explanations Writing Explanations Play
Writing Instructions Writing Instructions Play
Writing Letters Writing Letters Play
Writing Narrative Writing Narrative Play
Writing Persuasively Writing Persuasively Play
Writing Playscripts Writing Playscripts Play
Writing Recounts Writing Recounts Play
Writing Reports Writing Reports Play
Your and You're Your and You're Play

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