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Fact and Opinion

This KS2 English quiz will challenge you about fact and opinion. Fact and opinion is the difference between statement and belief. It is important to know the difference between fact and opinion, especially when you are reading a newspaper, writing a report, or perhaps researching a topic that interests you. An opinion expresses a belief or a feeling about something, while a fact is a statement that can be proved true with evidence.

Almost everyone has an opinion on everything, but that doesn’t mean what they say is factually correct or true. If you can’t verify it for yourself, don’t take it at face value.

See if you can tell the difference by trying this Fact and Opinion quiz.

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  1. Which one of the following expresses an opinion?
    Some people might think hot chocolate is delicious, but you may think it is disgusting.
  2. Which one of the following is an opinion?
    'Liverpool beat Manchester United last night' may not be true today, but it is not an opinion.
  3. Which one of the following is a factual statement?
    Factual statements can be checked to see if they are true.
  4. Which of these is NOT an opinion?
    Someone's feelings about the colour red are an opinion, but whether she stated the opinion is either true or false - therefore, 'she said that her favourite colour is red' is a factual statement.
  5. Which of the following expresses an opinion?
    John Piper had two middle names, one of which was 'Christmas'. Fact!
  6. Which of the following is NOT a factual statement?
    You might think that custard and tarts go well together - your best friend might think it's horrible.
  7. Which one of the following is NOT a fact?
    You might think Joe looks good in blue - but Joe might disagree!
  8. Which one of the following is a fact?
    A description of sundials is a factual statement. 'Sundials are attractive, but not very useful' would be an opinion.
  9. Which of these is NOT a fact?
    Next time you are listening to someone, see if you can determine the facts from the opinions.
  10. Which one of the following is NOT an opinion?
    A question cannot be an opinion. A question can, however, be asking for a factual statement or an opinion as an answer. 'What time is it?' requires a factual answer.

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