Asked by Timothy · a year ago
Use practical examples to differentiate between Norm-referenced testing and Criterion-referenced testing?
Norm referencing is normally a nationally set exam where the grade boundaries are set *after* all the exams have been marked, for example GCSEs and A Levels. The boundaries are based on the population and are moved slightly each year so they produce similar numbers of people for each grade. Results normally resemble a bell curve. Criterion referencing is where a candidate is judged on their work... more
Asked by Dipika · a year ago
How can i write the road was busy using 3 adjectives and gow can i present it in a interesting way for english language?
As an adjective is a describing word, first of all think of the image you want to create. Is your road a freeway or a busy high street? Suggesting different senses, like sight, sound, and smell, as you do this help make your writing three dimensional. You could have “jammed cars”, “screeching horns”, and, “stinking diesel fumes filling the air” for example.
Asked by Simra · a year ago
How do i learn english quickly so i can speak proper english and can write proper english?
If you want to build your English knowledge there are two main things you can do. First off, read. Read a lot. Try reading short stories and newspaper articles. The more you do that the more you will build your knowledge and understanding. Secondly, once you’ve built up some understanding you could enrol on a course or hire in a private tutor. There are lots of people on here who would jump at t... more