Could you pass the 2018 Sats? Tes has picked a handful of questions from this year's papers to put the nation's teachers to the test.
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1. 7,064 − 502 =
2. 3/4 of 1,000 =
3. 3,050,020 = 3,000,000 + ______ + 20
4. The numbers in this sequence decrease by the same amount each time.
303,604 302,604 301,604 300,604 …
Whats the next number?
5. Ken buys 3 large boxes and 2 small boxes of chocolates.
Each large box has 48 chocolates. Each small box has 24 chocolates.
How many chocolates did Ken buy altogether?
6. Which sentence is grammatically correct?
A) Tomorrow we went shopping at the sales.
B) In three weeks’ time, I will be on holiday.
C) Next weekend, we had gone to the river to fish.
D) Last summer, we swim at the beach and collect seashells.
7. Which sentence is a command?
A) You should bring a coat.
B) You will need a coat in case it rains.
C) I am going to bring a coat.
D) Bring a coat in case it rains.
8. Which sentence is written in Standard English?
A) Two sports teams come to our school yesterday.
B) My friend was tidying the classroom.
C) Today the children done their school play.
D) The teachers was going to send a letter next week.
9. Which sentence uses the dash correctly?
A) I find baking tricky – there are too many things to go wrong.
B) I find baking tricky there are too many things – to go wrong.
C) I find baking – tricky there are too many things to go wrong.
D) I find baking tricky there are – too many things to go wrong.
10. What is the grammatical term for the italicised bit of the sentence?
Charlie spilt his juice, but it didn’t go on his shirt.
A) an adverbial
B) a main clause
C) a noun phrase
D) a subordinate clause