Five Short Grammar Videos

Posted on Dec 31 2021 - 2:19pm by Zdenda

Grammar is very important.

But grammar revision is often boring.

The following videos try to make this task more interesting.

Here there are five short grammar videos to teach and revise several grammar points: verb to BE – short answers, past continuous tense, possessive case, word order with adverbs of frequency and comparatives and superlatives.

Verb to BE – short answers

This is the most popular video. Students listen and read a question and they have to make a short answer. They have got just a few seconds for this. There are about twenty questions, which is quite enough.

Past continuous – form

In this video, students see a few words on the screen. Their task is to put the words into the correct order and make a sentence in the past continuous tense.

Possessive case

In the first part, students just watch and repeat the possessive constructions in English. In the second part of the video, students see a person and a thing. Their task is to say that the thing belongs to the person. They should use the possessive case.

Comparatives and Superlatives

In the first part, students just watch and repeat the comparative and superlative forms. In the second part of the video, students see and hear an adjective in English. Their task is to make the comparative and superlative form of the adjective.

Adverbs of frequency

In this video, students see several words on the screen. Their task is to put all the words into the correct order and make a sentence in the present simple tense. They have got about seven seconds to do this. Then they hear and see the correct answer.

Summary

All these grammar drills are very easy to use. You can either play the videos in your lessons or you can send your students the links and your students can practise the grammar at home.

In my experience, these videos help my students a lot and my students use the grammar much more correctly than before.

If you would like your students to practise grammar more, you will find a great grammar site at grammarlane.com

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