Gap Fill Generator
Type in your instructions about how to do the gap fill exercise, put in your text (with line breaks if you want to put in one gap per line), make ONE gap by typing [ in front of the word you want to make into a gap, and ] after the word, and put in some feedback. Repeat for up to 20 gaps. Add some tips (optional) and finally press the 'Make my Gap Fill' button.
|Click here to see an example exercise.|
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More info on letting the computer automatically gap words
This produces a type of test called a 'T-test', which is useful for a rough estimate of a language learner's language ability.