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These days, we tend to type and text as opposed to
write. Grammar, spelling and punctuation is given less importance on the social
media platforms that we communicate on. However, secure levels of written and
spoken literacy still hold significant purpose when studying English. This
PowerPoint test helps you to measure the overall literacy of a new class or
tutoring client. This lesson focuses on the purpose and application of
hyperbole and understatement, through a series of structured exercises, and is
suitable for teenagers and adults alike. This specific resource has proven to
be an invaluable tool in the formation and strategy of future lessons. 

This dynamically illustrated PowerPoint quiz contains
a total of 28 slides. This is a complete resource with no additional work
required from the teacher.
Enjoy! All the answers are supplied too.