Relative Clause Test
I am designing an educational test on relative clauses for primary school children. It is administered as a pen and paper test. Children hear or read a sentence and they need to pick the image out of four images that best represents what they have heard. The graphics used must be easily identified and be appropriate for young children.
Other requirements – the images must be unlocked to allow rearrangement by me. Ideally the colour of the images can be changed using some version of Paint but this is not necessary.
Here is an example of what I want. The target sentence is “The girl chased the cat that is sitting”
The foils are
1. The cat chased the girl that is sitting
2. The cat and the girl are sitting
3. The cat and the girl are running.
Practice 1: The girl chased the cat that is sitting (see attached document)
1. The car that is black is on the bed.
2. The bed that is black is on the car
3. The car that is black is beside the bed
4. The car that is black is under the bed
1. The shoe that is small is on the book
2. The book that is small is on the shoe
3. The book that is small is under the shoe
4. The shoe that is small is under the book
1. The dog the boy looks at is sleeping
2. The boy the dog looks at is sleeping
3. The boy is not looking at the sleeping dog
4. The dog is not looking at the sleeping boy
1. The hat the box is on is blue
2. The box the hat is on is blue
3. The box is under the hat that is blue
4. The hat is under the box that is blue
1. The cat chased the dog that was jumping.
2. The dog chased the cat that was jumping.
3. The dog and the cat are running.
4. The dog and the cat are jumping.
1. The lady helped the man who was wet.
2. The man helped the lady who was wet.
3. Both the lady and the man are wet.
4. The lady helps the man who is dry.
1. The monkey pushes the lion that is eating.
2. The lion pushes the monkey that is eating.
3. The monkey and the lion are eating
4. The monkey and the lion are pushing each other.
1. The tree is in the box that is red.
2. The box is in the tree that is red.
3. The box is under the red tree.
4. The tree is under the red box.
1. The cat that is eating looks at the man
2. The man that is eating looks at the cat
3. The cat and the man are eating
4. The cat and the man are eating and looking at each other
1. The egg that is green is on the hat
2. The hat that is green is on the egg
3. The green egg is on the green hat
4. The green hat is on the green egg
1. The girl sees that the lady is touching her
2. The lady sees that the girl is touching her
3. The girl and the lady are touching each other
4. The girl and the lady are looking at each other
1. The boy sees that the man is shouting at him
2. The man sees that the boy is shouting at him
3. Both man and boy are shouting at each other
4. Both the man and boy are looking at each other
1. The lady sees that the girl is pointing at her
2. The girl sees that the lady is pointing at her.
3. Both the girl and the lady are pointing at each other
4. Both the girl and the lady are looking at each other
1. The bird but not the balloon is yellow
2. The balloon but not the bird is yellow
3. The bird and the balloon are both yellow.
4. The bird is blue and the balloon is red
1. The dog but not the boy is running
2. The boy but not the dog is running
3. The boy and the dog are both running
4. The boy and the dog are both standing
1. The bear touching the monkey is big
2. The monkey touching the bear is big.
3. Both the bear and the monkey are big and the bear is touching the monkey
4. Both the bear and the monkey are big and the monkey is touching the bear.
1. The book on the cup is yellow
2. The cup on the box is yellow
3. Both the cup and the box are yellow and the cup is on the box
4. Both the cup and the box are yellow and the box