Match the Following – Sentences in Column A with Column B and write the correct letter on the space provided
Hi there! Today we will discuss about the matching sentences in column A with column b kind of test that could be applicable to kids. We will discuss the matching type test which is match column a and column b that is helpful to give children to use choices that corresponds to matching columns A and B.
Learners can use the matching test item format to connect a word, sentence, or phrase in one column to a word, sentence, or phrase in another column. The first column’s elements are referred to as premises, while the second column’s solutions are referred to as replies.
In this discussion and lesson, I have provided two activities that consist of different types of choices. The activity 1 will help the student in choosing the correct answer that corresponds on the questions in column A and the right answer on column B. While the activity 2 composed of descriptive choices of an item in column A and that should matched in column B. These Matching Type of Test will give ideas to the students in to give a correct answer in certain situations.
Activity 1: Match the following by writing the letter of the correct answer before each number in column A from column B.
______ 1. May I help you? a. No more, thanks. / That’s all thanks.
______ 2. What size do you want? b. Thank you, sir. Here is forty-baht change.
______ 3. And the color? c. Yes, I’d like to buy a shirt.
______ 4. Anything else? d. Medium. (Size M)
______ 5. How much does it cost? e. Green
______ 6. Here’s two hundred baht. d. One hundred seventy-five baht.
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