Grammar Practice WorksheetsBeginner–Intermediate–Advanced
Who says grammar is boring? Our Grammar Practice Worksheets are filled with useful, everyday language that will boost your students' grammar skills and help develop their fluency. Each set of worksheets includes a variety of written drills and group activities on a particular grammar target. From Bingo to Find Someone Who, these worksheets are a lifeline for any teacher looking for extra ways to reinforce a specific grammar point.
This comprehensive lesson covers adjective sentence patterns and suffixes, participial adjectives, multiple adjective order and punctuation, and hyphens in multiple-word adjectives. Note that in its entirety, this lesson is suitable for low-intermediate to intermediate learners. If you teach beginners, you may want to limit this lesson to pages 2–3 of the Quick and Handy Grammar Review and exercises 1–4 on pages 9–12.
Do your students truly understand the form, function, and time markers for the perfect verb tenses? This review lesson offer exercises that combine the present perfect, present perfect progressive, past perfect, past perfect progressive, future perfect, and future perfect progressive. Are your students able to distinguish when to use all 12 verb tenses in context? This lesson also includes two review exercises that combine all 12 tenses.
Students need to be able to distinguish when to use the future perfect vs. the future perfect progressive tense. This lesson features grammar explanations, charts, examples, tips, and practice exercises for expressing two future actions that happen at different times.
Students need to be able to distinguish when to use the past perfect vs. the past perfect progressive tense. This lesson features grammar explanations, charts, examples, tips, and practice exercises for expressing two past actions, where the first action continues to the second action.
Do your students truly understand the form and function of the simple verb tenses? This review lesson offers exercises that combine two or more of the following tenses: the simple present, simple past, simple future, present progressive, past progressive, and future progressive. Students will also find handy tips about time markers so that they can recognize these tenses in context.
In this lesson, students will practice using the past perfect to indicate two separate times in the past. They will also learn the time markers that are common to this tense. NOTE: This lesson covers the past perfect progressive (pages 7–10), but we recommend using our NEW _Past Perfect Progressive_ lesson first when you are ready to introduce this additional tense.
Students will learn and practice five types of pronouns through various grammar, writing, and speaking tasks. This lesson covers reflexive pronouns, indefinite pronouns, demonstrative adjectives, demonstrative pronouns, and relative pronouns. Students will also get the chance to review all nine types of pronouns. The basic pronoun types are covered in Pronouns 1.
Through various writing and speaking tasks, students practice the equative, comparative, and superlative form of adjectives and adverbs. The exercises progress from separate adjective and adverb tasks to mixed exercises to ensure students know the difference between the forms.
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- Famous People Int
- Famous Places Int
- Famous Things Int
- American Presidents Int
- Mini‐Biographies Beg
- Sports & Leisure Int
- Historic Events Int – Adv
Dialogues & Idioms
- Everyday Idioms 1 Int
- Everyday Idioms 2 Int
- Everyday Idioms 3 Int
- Everyday Dialogues Beg – Int
- Detective Series 1 Int – Adv
- Detective Series 2 Int – Adv
- Functional English Beg
- Role‐Plays Beg – Int
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- Grammar Practice Worksheets Beg – Adv
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