SATs punctuation and grammar - could you pass a seven-year-old’s test?

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It’s a test that thousands of parents say their children should not be taking.

But amid the protests today over the Key Stage 1 SATs test for six and seven-year-olds, quite how hard are the questions?

A sample paper issued by the government contains for instance, this request for a missing word:- We were _______ on our projects. a) worked b) works c) working d) work.

And how would you do on this one? What type of word is highlighted in this sentence? Poppy held the baby rabbit gently in her arms. a) adjective b) adverb c) noun d) verb

See the full test here.