Review of all present and past tenses. Tenses include: present simple and continuous, past simple and continuous, past perfect simple and continuous There are 3 pages. Key included. Clip art from Dragon City.
This hierarchic mind map shows question tags as used in all verb forms. Colour codes help children associate modals with as little reading as possible. I do these as they help dyslexic children. Similar mind maps on lesleymisano - uploaded
I made this ws to practice the causative. This is a classic game where students bet with play money on whether sentences are grammatical or not. Game is to multiply their original capital of 100 dollars. Great game, tried it today, it gets adults engaged just as much as teens.
This time I compiled some tasks to check the knowledge of my intermediate, upper-intermediate ss. In this ws there are tasks to the tenses, passive, reported speech, if-clause and causative. It takes about 30 minutes to answer the questions. The key is on the 2nd page. The cliparts are from Philip Martin. Hope you find it useful. Hugs, Zsuzsapszi.
With this board game students will practise causative verb structures (both passive and active). Please review necessary grammar points before the game to make it a success (causatives can be tricky). An enjoyable way to test and practise grammar.
Review all your tenses- present, past, and future. For intermediate level to advanced students. Focus on the time words to write the verb correctly. This kind of review often throws students for a loop. They do fine if they know what tense is required. Key included.
This is a list of verbs in their different aspects, which follow an ideal time line from the past to the future. The simple and continuous forms are opposite each other so that the difference between their uses is easier to understand