Have got – board game

Recently my colleague noticed that our textbook contains too few exercises to practise the verb HAVE GOT. To bridge this gap I decided to create a board game. A board game will allow my students practise the grammar in a fun way and this activity can be used repeatedly. Have got board game.pdfDownload [showmyads]…

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Grammar Games – Irregular Verbs

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Grammar Games – Have Got

In the first part of this quiz,you should write correct sentences about the pictures using HAVE GOT. In the second part of the quiz you should first match the pictures and the words and then write them. In the last part of the quiz you have to write the correct answers. ADVERT: [showmyadsa]

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Grammar Games – Gerund or Infinitive

The best way to remember the verb patterns is by using them. Try the following quiz. ADVERT: [showmyadsa] To display the quiz on full screen click the button below. This game is called On Target, and your task is to choose the correct option and then shoot all the bad cows and ducks. You…

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Grammar Games – Future Tenses

The following quiz can help you practise the difference between present continuous and BE GOING TO. In the quiz, you should complete the text using either present continuous tense or BE GOING TO form. You will be rewarded with a game if you pass the quiz. Try the following quiz to practise WILL:

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Grammar Games – Countable and Uncountable nouns

Practise the usage of the words FEW and LITTLE in the following quiz. You can take the quiz on the full screen by clicking the button: Choose the correct form: either HOW MUCH or HOW MANY. This game is called En Garde and your task is to answer correctly and then inflict as much…

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Grammar Games – Comparatives and Superlatives

The following quizzes are not for beginners. They are for students who can understand the text and decide which form is correct in the given context. ADVERT: [showmyadsa] Before you play the video, take a piece of paper and something to write with. Play the video and write down the correct answers to the…

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