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WORD UP - AN EFL/ESL QUIZ GAME FOR LEARNERS OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND OR FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Sample Question Sets

Word Up™ contains 4,480 questions in 5 levels of difficulty.
Each level has 32 sets of questions, plus answers.

View 5 sample sets, one from each level, by clicking on the links below.


LEVEL 1

Elementary


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LEVEL 2
Lower
Intermediate


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LEVEL 3

Intermediate


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LEVEL 4
Upper
Intermediate


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LEVEL 5

Advanced

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Printable samples 15 more sample sets in printer-friendly versions.

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'Word Up is a most useful addition to our range of classroom materials ... would warmly recommend it to both teachers and students of English.'
Nigel Dixon
EFL Instructor
The British Council
Bangkok, Thailand
'We recently bought this game for use with our classes, and have to tell you that it is definitely a good investment. We deal with adult students and they love it!'
Shaun Fitzhenry
Coordinator of Studies
EnglishBusiness
Hamburg, Germany

 

About the Word Up™ questions


These are not academic-style questions about English grammar, usage, etc., but simply fun questions intended to help players develop their vocabulary, spelling, grammatical awareness, use of idioms, communicative skills, general knowledge, etc. within the context of a game. Technical terms used in teaching grammar are for the most part avoided.

Players should be asked questions from the level at which they can answer around half correctly.

Each set contains a few questions above and a few questions below the set's general level of difficulty. The former are to help prevent a particular player from continuing too long on one turn, while the latter are to give struggling players a good chance of earning a scoring token.

More about using these question sets may be found in the Notes on Play section in the Rules of Play.


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