Showing posts with label adverbs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label adverbs. Show all posts

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Modal Verbs Jeopardy

Welcome to the ultimate challenge! This is the Modals Jeopardy.
You can play alone or in teams with your friends and classmates. There are different categories with a different score and if you are lucky, you might have the chance of playing for the "daily double", a special case which will allow you to get more points. But be careful! You could lose more points if your answer is wrong.
For each category, you have to answer questions correctly; the more correct answers, the more points for your team.
Are you good enough for the challenge or will you back down?

Modals Jeopardy

Monday, 16 April 2012

Matching Game with Present Perfect Sentences

Hey there! Have you studied your lesson about present perfect? I hope you have because I'm offering you a challenge. This is a matching game, it's very good to learn grammar and to practice reading comprehension. Make sure you understand all of the sentences; if you are not sure about their meaning, look up the words in the online dictionary below. You just have to match the answers to the questions so that they all make sense. To do so, drag the answers to the box at the bottom of the screen. The program itself will tell you if your answers are right or wrong. How many seconds have you needed to finish?

Present Perfect Matching Game by Pilar

Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Adverbs of Manner: Online Game

Adverbs of manner describe the way in which an action is performed. They usually answer questions beginning with HOW? For instance: How does he drive? He drives CAREFULLY. Most adverbs are regular, we get them adding L Y to the adjective but there are exceptions. Adjectives ending in "Y" form the adverb dropping the "Y" and adding -ILY such as in ANGRY - ANGRILY. Some adverbs are exactly the same as their adjective: HARD - HARD, FAST - FAST. Moreover, there's an irregular adverb we have to learn by heart. The adverb for the adjective GOOD is WELL.

Got it right? Did you understand adverb formation? If your answer is YES, prove it with the Manic Miner. You have to answer three questions correctly, collect the key and jump down the toilet. You have five lives. Avoid contact with monsters or they will kill you. Incorrect answers drain your energy. Use the arrows to move left and right and the spacebar to jump. Help Willy the miner to reach his goal and practise your vocabulary.