ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND EXERCISES

GRAMMAR ACTIVITIES AND EXERCISES

Adjectives

Comparative/Superlatives

-ed/-ing adjectives

Order of the Adjectives

Adverbs

Another and Other
>>Grammar
>>Exercises 1

Articles
 
>>Grammar, Exercises and a challenging quiz for advanced learners

 As (conjunction)/ Like (prepositions)
>>Difference and Exercises

Both, Neither, Either,None
>>Grammar and Exercises

Conditional Sentences
>>Grammar and Exercises
>>
Grammar (I,II,III,0; Mixed)
>>Exercises  Transformations 1
>>Speaking and Writing :Some nice no-prep activities for the First Conditional
>>Writing Activity: Giving Advice (second conditional)

Connectors and Linking words
>>
While and whereas

Countable/Uncountable
>>Grammar and Exercises   

Expressing Preference: Would Prefer/Would Rather/ Had Better

>>Grammar
>>Presentation Would Rather/Prefer and Would Prefer + Speaking
>>Exercises 1
>>Speaking

I wish /if only: lesson plan

Modals

Ability
>>Speaking
>>Cannot or Can Not?
>>Could/Managed To
>>Can and Be Able To

Modals of Obligation, Deduction &Possibility
>>Grammar and Exercises

May/Might/Could: Possibility
>>
Grammar
>>Exercises
1,2
>>Speaking?

♥Must/Can’t : Deduction
>>Video (slides)

♥Should : Advice
>>Writing activity

♥Modals Mix
>>Exercises Rewriting 1,2,3

Past Modals

 Nouns
>>
Collective Nouns 

 Passive

>>Grammar and Exercises

>> Have something Done (video)

Plurals

>>Grammar
>>Exercises
>>
Pronunciation  and Exercise 1

Prepositions
>>
Dependent Prepositions
>>Between vs Among
>>Prepositions after superlatives: of and in
Possessive Adjectives
>>Exercises
1,2,3

Pronouns

Demonstrative : This/these, That/those
>>Exercise 1

♥Personal Pronouns : I, you

  • Exercise 1

♥Object Pronouns:me,you,him

  • Exercise 1

self/selves and each other

♥Pronouns (mix)

  • Exercise 1

Quantifiers
>>
Grammar

Questions

Relative Sentences
>>Grammar and Exercises
>>More Exercises 1,2,3
>>Speaking
>>Speaking Game
>>
Writing Activity with relative sentences

Reported Speech

>>Grammar and Exercises
>>Famous Quotes
>>Questions Nicely Explained
>>Questions (interactive)
>> Introducing Orders
>>Reported Speech Questions and Orders
>>
Reporting Verbs
>>Speaking
>>Listening

Saxon Genitive
>>Grammar
>>Exercises 1,2

So,Such,Too,Enough
>>
Grammar
>>Grammar
>>Exercises 1,2,3,4
>>Two images to provide the sentence

Some and Any
>>Grammar and Exercises

♥Some and Any Compounds
>>Exercises 1,2

So Do I / Neither Do I
>>Grammar
>>Exercises 1,2

Subject /Verb Agreement

>>Quiz

Suggestions
>>Grammar,Translation Exercises and Speaking

Suggestions and Invitations
>>Flashcards

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Verb Tenses

Tenses Chart

Present Simple

Present Continuous
>>Exercises
>>
Games

♥Present Simple/Continuous
>>
Exercise 1,2,3(mix),4(time expressions)
>>Video + Comprehension Questions
>>Speaking

♥Past Simple

♥Used To

♥Past Continuous
>>Speaking
>>
Speaking
>>When/while Quiz

♥Simple Past/Past Continuous
>>A writing activity

Present Perfect
>>Grammar and Exercises
>>More Exercises 1
>>Speaking

Present Perfect/Simple Past

Present Perfect Continuous

♥Past Perfect/Simple Past
>>Grammar and Exercises
>>Orally explaining the Past Perfect
>>Speaking: Situations
>>Past Perfect in other contexts: I wish, 3rd Conditonal

♥Past Perfect/Past Perfect Continuous
>>
Grammar

Verbs followed by Infintive/ Gerund

>>Grammar
>>Exercises
1
>>Exercises
1,2
>>
Try+inf/ Try+ gerund

Infinitive of Purpose
>>Video (slides )

ING Form
>>
Grammar: cartoon
>>Exercise 1,2

Verb To BE
>>Grammar
>>Exercises 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Verb To Have/Have got
>>
Grammar
>>Exercises
1,2,3,4,5,6
>>Difference between Have and Have Got

♥Future
>>Future with Intention : Grammar and Exercises
>>Future for Predictions
Speaking 1,2
        Video: (slides to predict)
             Reading and Speaking

♥Future Mix :
>>
Exercise 1,2 rewriting (key)

♥Mixed Tenses
>>Exercises 1,2,3,4
>>Exercises 1
>>More Exercises(Lots)
>>Rewriting Exercises 1,(key),2 (key),3

♥Assorted Exercises
>>Transformations 1,2
>>Cloze 1 , 2

 

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