Fill-in-the-blanks questions require learners to supply missing words in a paragraph of text or missing items in a table.
Fill-in-the-blanks questions are also called cloze questions. Such questions have been used for hundreds of years and are a staple of education.
About the examples
What’s the gender, above, tests knowledge of French articles.
Here is another fill-in-the blank test from the Autumn Leaves presentation. To see this example, advance through the presentation until you come to the quiz. As in the first example, there is only one correct spelling.
Get page coordinates uses selection lists from which learners pick words in a programming language to complete a function.