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PostSubject: New Grammar Sats Test   New Grammar Sats Test EmptyFri 10 May - 18:11

11-year-olds face new grammar test in Sats









By Angela Harrison

More than half a million 11-year-olds in England will sit a new grammar, spelling and punctuation test next week.
The new test is part of the national tests, known as Sats, taken by children in their final year of primary school.
Pupils will be asked to spot adverbs, nouns, adjectives and pronouns.
And they will have to spell words that are often misspelt, including "separate", "preferred" and "necessary".
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