Shuffled sentences

This practice book will help you to explore the strange world of shuffled sentences and how your brain solves them. 

A shuffled sentence is a string of words that have been jumbled up. The words are in the wrong order. Can you unscramble the words to make a sentence?

 • An excellent INTRODUCTION to the art and science of solving these linguistic challenges.

 • TWENTY techniques that could help you to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your exam tactics and strategy.

 • FIVE levels of difficulty, which makes it ideal for exam preparation for various kinds of school entrance exams such as 11+ and other employment proficiency tests.

 • 595 shuffled sentences to use for your exam practice.

 • Some of the tests involve deciding on a word that is not needed in the sentence. This is called a REDUNDANT word.

 • Some of the tests ask you to find the LAST WORD in the sentence.

 • The tests are designed to practise VOCABULARY and GRAMMAR (different types of sentence, different types of word).

 • Bibliography – Further Reading.

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