GRAMMAR SITES
The Core & Quirks of English Grammar
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/inhalt_grammar.htm
http://www.e-anglais.com/
Grammar interactive mindmap

Articles

Make diagrams online here
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Adverbs

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Verb Tenses-1


Verb Tenses-2


Verb Tenses-3





Present Perfect




Present Perfect Song


cut-up lyrics
complete lyrics
empty rubric


Verbs with two objects

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Verbs with two objects powerpoint
En Garde game




Comparatives and Superlatives



Conditionals 1 & 2


USES
1. To talk about an improbable future event or situation - example: If I were famous I would have a lot of money
2. To give advice - example: If I were you I would study more
3. To make a polite request - example: If you could help me I would be grateful


What if....?




Modals





The Passive (present)


Passive Prezi


Full sequence on the passive here
See the passive in use in a text about snowboarding

So and Neither

http://www.eflnet.com/grammar/soneithertut.php
http://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/so-and-neither
http://www.learn-english-today.com/lessons/lesson_contents/so_neither-ex.htm



-ING and -ED Adjectives

  • -ED adjectives are used to talk about a person’s feelings or opinions. (These are the receivers of feelings)
  • -ING adjectives are used to describe things, people, places, activities. (These are the sources of the feelings
What is something that really annoys you?
What kinds of movies do you find interesting? Tell us about a time when you were embarrassed.
Make a list of varying items: people, places, things, events, activities.
Tell/write a story about the topic using at least five/ten –ED or –ING adjectives.Examples could be: Madonna, soccer, the beach, a birthday party, my boyfriend/girlfriend, or anything from pop culture, news, or local culture. Share your stories.
-ED
-ING
Amused
Amusing
Exhausted
Exhausting
Embarrassed
Embarrassing
Pleased
Pleasing
Surprised
Surprising
Thrilled
Thrilling
Annoyed
Annoying
Confused
Confusing
Depressed
Depressing
Disgusted
Disgusting
Frightened
Frightening
Horrified
Horrifying
Shocked
Shocking
Relaxed
Relaxing
Fascinated
Fascinating
Troubled
Troubling
Puzzled
Puzzling
Irritated
Irritating
Devastated
Devastating
Overwhelmed
Overwhelming
Disappointed
Disappointing
Intrigued
Intriguing
Discouraged
Discouraging
Soothed
Soothing
Moved
Moving
Humiliated
Humiliating
Satisfied
Satisfying
Touched
Touching


Irregular Verbs


Irregular verb map

http://www.profdanglais.com/verbes-irreguliers-anglais/listeperso.php

Irregular Verb Wheel

Irregular Verb Mindmap

Irregular verbs-interactive games

Relative Pronouns



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Exercises on Relatives
http://www.engames.eu/Relative_clauses/relclauses_cloze_game.html
http://www.engames.eu/Relative_clauses/relclauses_engarde_game.html
http://www.engames.eu/Relative_clauses/relclauses_penalty_game.html

Questions in the past

http://moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.fr/2010/06/mr-beans-holiday-wh-questions.html

Gerunds


http://prezi.com/nu1vkggsmxhf/gerunds/


Prepositions

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Exercises
http://www.engames.eu/Prepositions_time/preptime_cloze_game.html
http://www.engames.eu/Prepositions_time/preptime_hoopshoot_game.html
http://www.engames.eu/Prepositions_time/preptime_invaders_game.html

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Exercises on Prepositions

Measure words


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Quantifiers


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