As I wrote before, irregular verbs are the most important thing for all students of English to learn. However, it is not easy to master them. That is why Fluency and I started to collaborate on a series of posts that deal with teaching just the irregular verbs.
In this post we are going to introduce another set of 15 verbs. To learn them there is a song, an infographic, a quiz and a game. If you go through all the activities you will meet each word at least 6 times. We hope you will like our work and share the post.
Irregular verbs – song[/su_heading] [su_spacer]
Listen to the following song and try to complete the lyrics. To complete the lyrics start the song at 2:05.
You can find the lyrics here:
Lyrics part 3
Irregular verbs – infographic[/su_heading] [su_spacer]
Here is the infographic with all the irregular verbs, you should learn in this post. For each word there is a definition (in either word or picture form) and two examples of usage.
Display the infographic and go through the verbs with your students. Explain the meaning of the difficult words.
Irregular verbs – game and quiz[/su_heading]
Here is a two-part online quiz. Your task is to choose the correct answers and pass the quiz. You you will be rewarded with a game after each part of the quiz if you pass.
This game is in HTML5, so it will play on all mobile devices as well as desktop computers.
Irregular verbs – other sites[/su_heading] [su_spacer]
You can find more irregular verbs practise at https://grammarlane.com/irrverbs/irrverbsen.html . Choose the irregular verbs you want to practise and choose the mode (speaking or writing). Then write or say the past tense and the past participle of the verbs you see.
Irregular verbs by British Council.
A song by Fluency MC on irregular verbs:
Category: English games, Grammar, Intermediate
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