This table shows question tags as used in all verb forms. Colour codes help children make associations with as little reading as possible. This is just one of the many mind maps, tables and charts I create about verb constructions.
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.
A worksheet to practise the forms of 'to be' and 'have'. 3 exercises: gap filling, writing sentences about the pictures and writing about personal experience. Greyscale included. Hope you like it mada :)
This is one of the top google mind maps. The four basic future tenses (present simple, present continuous, be going to and will) are all shown on one page. the page is colour enhanced to help students make associations. In the PROJECTABLES SECTION there is an animated, sound enhanced Power Point based on this worksheet which explains these verbs step by step.
3 pages of - A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF MODAL and SEMI-MODAL VERBS, THEIR USE AND EXAMPLES OF HOW THEY ARE USED. A COLOUR GUIDE HELPS TO FIND MODALS USED IN A SIMILAR WAY. If you find this useful a hit on 'like' or a 'thank you' would be greatly appreciated.
All FUTURE verbs on one page. This mind map is an overview of the verbs used in the FUTURE tense. It explains when to use each verb construction and gives examples. The colour code helps students who have learning disabilities. Similar PAST tense and PRESENT tense mind maps can be found under "lesleymisano's" resources