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

Using the words from the list, pick the names of two substances that are insoluble in water. [2 marks]

  • Potassium iodide
  • Lead chloride
  • Ammonium carbonate
  • Silver nitrate
  • Silver chloride

Lead chloride [1]

Silver chloride. [1]

Sample question 2 - Foundation

Question

The electrolysis of sodium sulfate solution produces two different products, one at each electrode.

Draw one line to match each electrode to the name of the product given off there. [2 marks]

'Negative electrode' and 'positive electrode' written on the left with five possible products given off on the right.
Links linking the 'Negative electrode and 'Positive electrode' text boxes to the correct products given off.