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To revise the use of personal pronouns and adjectives.
Classics and Banned Books
Match the quotes from classic literature and books on the ALA Banned Books list
Facts about the state of Texas, USA
Know Your Idioms
Given an idiom, say what it means.
Present Simple vs Present Continuous
Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs. A perfect exercise for ESL students.
Present Perfect or Past Simple?
How to use the present perfect and the past simple.
Name the countries where these landmarks are found.
Rooms & Furniture
Questions about homes and houses for elementary students.
Human Body Trivia
Answer general questions about the human body.
Can you identify these computer icons?
Give the word from the definition provided
Geography game based on rocks (rock type, formation, texture etc)
This game is for the revising of topics related to digestion.
To or -ing?
Can you guess the correct verb form?
Dynamic or Stative Verbs
Given a statement, say whether it's dynamic or stative (Y7-1B)
Causatives Quiz - B2 Level
This game is all about beliefs in supernatural events. Don't be unlucky!
Countable or Uncountable?
Practice using there is / there are / some / any, etc.
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Guess the job from the attached images
Grammar quiz about using basic superlatives.
Guess the clothing items in the pictures
I don't GET it!
Vocab using the word 'get'... PRE-INT
Nouns: Person, Place or Thing
Students will identify nouns using pictures. is it a person, a place or a thing? (Elementary)
Mrs. Sullivan's 1st Grade
From a list of adjectives, which two are opposites?
What kind of word?
Adjectives, verbs, nouns, prepositions - which one is it?
Correct usage of in, on, at.
Irregular Verb Forms
Give two forms of the verb shown.
What's that Sign?
Use "must" or "mustn't" to describe what these signs mean.
American Civil War
Questions relating to the American Civil War.
Word Scramble: Jobs
Guess the job titles from scrambled letters. Great for elementary/intermediate students as a warmer for lessons about jobs and careers!