You can also add clues, so that you can provide all the missing words and students just decide which ones go where.
Once you have decided on the number of or type of words you want taken out of the text, you select either text only, for a printable classroom version or interactive to create an interactive online version of the exercise.
This is a great little tool for reviewing texts and building learner autonomy, especially the online version. You can ask your students to take texts they have studied in class and create and test themselves on various aspects text just by copying it in and clicking.
Great free tool. Just a shame you can't save the interactive versions you create.
Hope you find it useful. You can find more tools by the same creator here. You can also find an activity for students here: How Words are Used Together
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