Showing posts with label grammar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label grammar. Show all posts

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Subject Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

Here's an easy exercise to classify subject pronouns and possessive adjectives. Drag each item to the correct bin until you learn all of them.

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Saturday, 29 March 2014

Subject and Object Pronouns. Play the game.

Can you make the difference between object pronouns and subject pronouns? If so, take on the challenge below. To play this game, you have to choose the right answer. You will see a sentence with some words between apostrophes and you will have to replace them with an object pronoun or a subject pronoun. Read the four options carefully before you choose one. Then, enjoy the game. Use the arrow keys to control the ghost man and eat all the food. Escape the other ghosts or else they will consume his energy.

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Monday, 3 February 2014

Ghost Man. There is, There are, How much, How many.

Exercises with How much, How many, some, any, there is and there are may seem difficult at first but they aren't. I'm sure you can do this exercise easily as you play the game. Use the four arrow keys on your to control the Ghost Man and consume all the food in the maze. Escape from the ghosts or the Ghost Man will be caught! When the Ghost Man consumes the large red food he will become invincible for a while and can swallow the ghosts. By the way, you need to answer correctly to play; so read the questions carefully. Good luck!

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Sunday, 27 October 2013

Irregular Plurals. Word Games

Here's a series of word games to learn irregular plurals. You can play online and revise these words. In this entry, you will find a wordsearch, a crossword, a hangman game and a word scramble. When you finish you can refresh the page and get more words. I hope you'll have a good time.







Saturday, 26 October 2013

Have Got. Gaming with Tower Blocks

I have got a nice game for you. Accept the challenge and test your English. The name of the game is Tower Blocks.
Click to release the blocks and construct the highest possible tower. You lose when three or more blocks are missed.
It's not so easy. You need to answer each question correctly to play. So first revise your grammar and the structure of the verb Have Got.
Good luck with the game.

 

Have Got Game


Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Modal Verbs. Are you up for a free shot game?

If you want to try this game, first you must answer each question correctly. Choose the best of the four options and then, shoot the ball to all the baskets. Press the mouse button at the arrow to prepare for shooting; then, realease the button to shoot. You score more by making "nothing but net" shots.



Modal Verbs. Nothing but Net.


Quantifiers Revision. Manic Miner.

Let's revise quantifiers before you try the Manic Miner game.

We use a and an for singular countable nouns.
We use the when those nouns are specific.
We use some and any for uncountable nouns or for plural nouns. Remember some is mostly used in affirmative sentences whereas any is used in negations and questions.
We use how many and a few for countable nouns, and we use how much and a little for uncountable nouns.
A lot of is used for countable and uncountable nouns, mostly in affirmative sentences.

Now that you have revised this, complete the sentences with the best option.


Thursday, 30 May 2013

Modal Verbs. Manic Miner

This game is about the use of modal verbs. Read the sentences carefully and choose the correct modal verb so that sentences make sense. Answer three questions correctly, collect the key and jump down the toilet. Why don't you have a go? Good luck!


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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Spelling Time. Regular verbs.

We usually sit up and take notice when we have to study irregular verbs, but sometimes we tend to neglect the spelling rules for the past simple and the past participle or regular verbs. Let's not forget about them, is that O.K.? Look at the poster below to revise spelling rules and then, move on to the exercise. You will have to drag each letter to the correct position to spell past simple and past participle regular verbs. I hope it will be easy and useful.

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Outer Space Attackers Game. Comparatives vs Superlatives

Hi! I've got a mission for you. Revise the rules of spelling and use of comparatives and superlatives to play this game. Can you tell one structure from the others? Reas the sentences and click on the right answer to get correct sentences. If your answer is right, you will have the chance to save the Earth from aliens. Read the instructions of the game and enjoy your revision.



  Comparatives vs Superlatives.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Billionaire Quiz. Superlatives

Do you know the game show "Do you want to be a millionaire?" Here's something similar to help you practise superlatives. It's just a game, you won't become rich but you will improve your English. Try to win one billion dollars by answering all ten questions correctly. You have three lifelines to help you: Text a Friend, 50 - 50 and Audience Assistance. How much money can you win?

  Billionaire Quiz

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Bouncing Balls. Comparatives

Hello! Are comparative structures easy in English? They are easier than you think. Click on the link below and try the bouncing balls game for some practice. Read the instructions and choose the option that best completes each sentence. I hope you will enjoy it.



  Comparatives Game

Sunday, 10 March 2013

Ping Pong Grammar

Can you make the difference between present simple and present continuous? You can practise with this game. Choose the right answers to complete the sentences and get a chance to play ping pong.




Present Simple vs Present Continuous. Table tennis game

Friday, 1 March 2013

First Conditional. Conditions and Results

First conditional sentences are easy. You must use present simple for the if clause, which is the condition, and future with will or won't for the result, that is, the consequence of the condition. Conditions may also be introduced by unless plus an affirmative sentence. Do you know how to tell conditions from results? Read the sentences below and try this game to make sure you can make and recognize first conditional sentences.



If you watch that film, you will enjoy the settings. 
She won't come to the party unless we invite her. 
You will never learn anything if you watch television all the time. 
If you don't listen to the radio, you won't know about the news. 
If it snows, we will go skiing. 
We won't go to the beach unless the weather is good. 
If you study hard, you won't fail your exams. 
Unless you water the plants, they won't grow. 
If it rains, I will take my umbrella. 
If you like science fiction, you will love Star Wars
If we don't hurry, we will miss the train. 
Unless she comes with us, the dinner will be boring.

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Can and Must. Baseball Game

We use the modal verb can to express ability or possibility. When we want to express lack of any of the two, we use can't. We use must to express obligation and mustn't to express prohibition.

After this short revision, you can do the exercise below. Anwer correctly and get the chance to play baseball. Green lights will tell you if your choice is right. Good luck!



Can, Can't, Must and Mustn't. Baseball Game.


Saturday, 2 February 2013

Will vs Going To. Football.

If you like football, you will surely enjoy this game. Besides, it will help you practise grammar. In this game, you will find ten sentences and you will need to complete them with the right choice: future simple with will or future with going to. Read the sentences carefully and don't get confused with structures. If your answers are correct, you will have the chance to challenge the goalkeeper for a penalty shootout.

Penalty Shooters

Saturday, 19 January 2013

Driving Game. Past Simple vs Past Continuous

We use the past continuous:
* for progressive actions,
* for actions happening at the same time
* and for long actions that are interrupted by another action. The latter usually happens all of a sudden.

Most times, past simple sentences are preceded by when and past continuous sentences are preceded by while or as.

In this quiz, you will see four options to complete ten sentences. When you choose the best option, a green light comes out, and you will have the chance to play a driving game. Press the left and right arrow keys to steer, the up and down keys to control the speed and the space bar to jump. Don't try this in real life.

  Driving Game. Past Simple vs Past Continuous

Sunday, 16 December 2012

Cannonball Fun. Present Simple in Affirmative, Negative and Questions

Hello! Do you study present simple rules every day? Are they easy or difficult? I'm here to help you with a game. Complete the sentences with the correct verbs or auxiliaries in affirmative, negative or question form. Then, use the arrow keys to control the cannon and press the spacebar to control the speed. Then, release the spacebar and launch the ball. I'm sure it will be fun.

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Friday, 14 December 2012

Present Simple. Affirmative sentences

Hi! We are here to make affirmative sentences in present simple. Remember this! We use the infinitive of the verb after the subject and when the subject is a third person singular we add these endings: -S, -ES or -IES. Study the blog entry about these rules here. Do you want to try this game? Help the manic miner on his mission. Complete the sentences with the correct verbs and don't touch monsters. When you answer threee questions correctly, get the key and jump down the toilet. Good luck!


Sunday, 9 December 2012

A, an, the, some, any. Quick Math Test

Hi! I'm going to help you revise quantifiers. Read the sentences of the game and complete them with the words "a", "an", "the", "some" or "any". Read carefully and think: Are the sentences affirmative, negative or interrogative? Are the nouns in the sentences countable or uncountable? When your answer is right, you can play a maths game. Choose the correct symbol to complete the equation. Are you quick or slow? Good luck!



Complete the sentences with a, an, the, some or any.