OK if you have read the post here and tested yourself, here are the answers:
These all have opposite leaves:
2 = Epilobium sp. (A Willowherb, probably E.tetragonum will have to check!).
3 = Cerastium glomeratum (Sticky Mouse-ear) this is also in the featured image above.
4 = Sagina procumbens (Procumbent Pearlwort).
And these have alternate leaves:
1 = Erophila verna (Spring Whitlow-grass).
5 = Bellis perennis (Daisy).
6 = Taraxacum officinale (agg) (Dandelion).
7 = Cardamine hirsuta (Hairy Bittercress).
This last one is neither (sorry!)
The leaves LOOK alternate but they are in 2 ranks, a leaf arrangement which we call distichous, and it’s a grass Poa annua (Annual Meadow-grass).
So go on, make friends with the veg key,OK so it takes a bit of getting used to but it’s one of the best tools to hone your eXtreme botanical prowess that we have in Britain!