Command of English is a prime requirement for the 11-Plus. Some regions have a specific paper for English but even if you are not in one of these areas, good English will be a great help when it comes to Verbal Reasoning questions.
Our specialist 11-Plus teacher has broken down the requirements into easily understandable segments such as antonyms, commas, clauses and prefixes. Each individual segment provides guidelines for success along with examples of what might be expected in the test papers.
Children who have a good grounding in English will be well equipped to deal with the key subject of English when they reach secondary school, irrespective of whether or not they pass their Eleven Plus.
Discover all there is to know about the exam by taking a few minutes to read Eleven Plus in Detail.
|English - Synonyms
|English - Antonyms
|English - Parts of Speech
|English - Collective Nouns and Cloze Spelling
|English - Cloze Sentences and Similes
|English - Concord (1)
|English - Concord (2)
|English - Concord (3)
|English - Concord (4)
|English - Tenses
|English - The Subjunctive and Learning the Difference Between Who and Whom
|English - Odd One Out and Jumbled Sentences
|English - Commas
|English - Capital Letters
|English - Apostrophes (1)
|English - Apostrophes (2)
|English - Clauses
|English - Conjunctions and Connectives
|English - Identifying Figures of Speech and Homophones
|English - Idioms and Roots of Words
|English - Prefixes, Suffixes and Extending Vocabulary
|English - Punctuation Marks to End Sentences and Pronouns
|English - Swapped Words and Types of Nouns