Showing posts with label object pronouns. Show all posts
Showing posts with label object pronouns. Show all posts

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.

Click here to play





Monday, 4 June 2012

Object Pronouns Free Shots Game

Let's do some practice on object pronouns. You are going to see some sentences; read the first sentence, find the object or objects, and complete the second one with the correct object pronoun. The questions are easy but the game is more difficult than it seems. Shoot the ball to all the baskets. Press the mouse button at the arrow to prepare for shooting and release the button to shoot. Are you going to accept the challenge?



Object Pronouns. Free Shots Game by Pilar.

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Object Pronouns. Hit!

Some English students tend to confuse subject pronouns and object pronouns. But you're not one of them, are you? Test your skill here. The game is called Super Hitter Baseball. Participate in a home run contest and try to hit as many home runs as you answer correct questions. Swing for the fences or strike out! Did you learn object pronouns or do you need more practice?
















Super Hitter Baseball by Pilar

Friday, 30 March 2012

Object Pronouns Test

I've got a challenge for you. Don't worry! It's not sumo! Let's play "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to revise object pronouns. When you give a correct answer, you can choose rock, paper or scissors and try to beat me.
These are the rules of this classic game:
1. Paper wraps the rock but scissors cut the paper.
2. The rock smashes the scissors but paper can wrap the rock.
3. The scissors cut the paper but the rock smashes the scissors.
To get the right answers, substitute the object of the first sentence for its correct object pronoun. When you finish, play again to try different sentences.



Rock, Paper, Scissors by Pilar