Sentence completion and line matching

Foundation tier papers may include questions in which you have to complete a sentence or draw lines to match correct options. These questions will include 'distractors', which are incorrect choices.

Make sure you only use words from the given list. When you answer a line matching question, use straight lines rather than complex wavy lines. Do not draw more lines than necessary to answer the question.

These questions have been written by Bitesize consultants as suggestions to the types of questions that may appear in an exam paper.

Sample question 1 - Foundation

Question

Choose words from the list to name the products of complete combustion of hydrocarbons. [2 marks]

  • carbon monoxide
  • oxygen
  • carbon dioxide
  • methane
  • water
  • carbon dioxide [1]
  • water [1]

Sample question 2 - Foundation

Question

Different fractions from crude oil have different uses.

Draw a straight line to match each fraction to its typical use. [3 marks]

Gases, diesel oil and bitumen in boxes on the left, with five possible typical uses on the right.
Line linking Gases with Domestic heating and cooking, Diesel oil with Fuel for some cars and trains, and Bitumen with Surfacing roads and roofs.