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  Resources: Full stops and Capital letters worksheet
Updated 28 November 2001, 15.55
The Weakest Link

Read the news story below and make it into proper sentences by adding capital letters and full stops.

TV quiz shows in chart battle

The showdown for top TV trivia show has moved off the screen and into the nation's toy shops computer game versions of The Weakest Link and Who Wants to be a Millionaire are neck and neck at the top of the toy charts the hosts of the shows, Anne Robinson and Chris Tarrant, are included in the games saying their famous catchphrases shop chain Woolworth's say The Weakest Link game is currently selling the quickest, but is not far ahead of Who Wants to be a Millionaire they are both sequels to earlier versions of the computer games, which also sold thousands of copies however, both games are likely to be left behind when computer game versions of the new Harry Potter movie hit the shops

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