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Inevitably, some errors have crept through our proof-reading. If you find an error not listed please let us know.

  1. English paper 1, Grammar, punctuation and spelling – answer paper. On some answer papers, Question 24 lists ‘dirty’ as an answer. This should be ‘stony’ with ‘stoned’ as an alternative correct response.
  2. English paper 1, Grammar, punctuation and spelling – answer paper. Question 40 refers to ‘The Moon’. ‘The Moon’ is a proper noun and the ‘T’ and the ‘M’ should be capitalised. Some answer papers do not show that the ‘T’ of  ‘The Moon’ should be capitalised. However in common English use, the ‘T’ is often left uncapitalised. You may wish to accept ‘the Moon’ as also correct.
  3. English paper 1, Grammar, punctuation and spelling – answer paper. Question 6 on some answer papers incorrectly identifies the adjective ‘his’ as a pronoun. Although ‘his’ can sometimes function as a pronoun, it doesn’t in the example given. The only pronoun that should be circled is ‘We’.
  4. English paper 1, Grammar, punctuation and spelling- questions and answers. Question 22. Some people found the question we set confusing, and frankly so did we, so on later papers we replaced it with the following:
    Rewrite the sentence below so that it is in the active voice. Remember to punctuate your answer correctly.

    The speech was given by Her Majesty The Queen.

    The answer we suggest for this is: Her Majesty The Queen gave the speech.

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