English Grammar Activities, Worksheets and Games
In this section of Teach-This.com, you will find all our ESL/EFL teaching activities, worksheets and games related to English grammar. Students of English need to see grammar rules in use to help them remember when and how to use them. All too often, students are able to memorize grammar rules, but they are unable to apply them in everyday life. Providing students with situations in which grammar forms are used is a key part of boosting their comprehension. Learning experiences can also be reinforced when students try things out for themselves. This gives students the confidence to use English in everyday situations outside the classroom. This is why we have created fun and engaging activities, worksheets and games that give students the opportunity to use grammar rules in natural contexts by incorporating samples of English from the real world into each activity. We also make sure each activity gives students the opportunity for freer practice to help them explore the language and understand how grammar is used.
Learning English grammar can be daunting for many students, especially when the language has so many rules and contradictions. We have made it our mission to provide rewarding and imaginative grammar activities, worksheets and games that help your students practice English grammar without memorizing too many rules. These inventive ESL/EFL activities offer simple and interesting ways to help your students learn grammar and have fun at the same time.
The grammar sections and topics are listed below:
These rewarding ESL activities help you to teach your students comparative and superlative structures. The page contains a wealth of fun worksheets, activities and games to give students practice at making comparisons with a wide range of adjectives and expressions.
In this section, you will find grammar activities to teach your students how to form and use the zero and first conditional. Students also learn phrases of probability and how to make future time clauses.
This page provides teachers with a variety of ESL grammar activities based on the second and third conditional. These captivating activities, worksheets and games help students to learn how to use these conditional structures in both written and spoken forms by presenting them with imaginative role-plays and hypothetical situations.
The teaching activities on this page focus on mixed conditionals and help to illustrate how the conditionals are different, e.g. first vs. second conditional (real vs. unreal). Students can practice or review all of the conditional structures to help them produce grammatically correct and appropriate conditional sentences depending on the situation or context.
In this section, you will find engaging grammar activities to help students distinguish between the three future forms: present continuous, going to and will. Students learn how to use the 'present continuous' and 'going to' to talk about future plans and arrangements. Students can also practice the future form 'will' to make offers, promises, and unplanned decisions. You will also find activities for teaching other future expressions such as 'won't' and 'would like to'.
These grammar activities help students talk about various topics using gerunds and infinitives. There are also teaching activities, games and worksheets to help students learn how to ask and answer questions, make sentences, and match verbs with gerund and infinitive forms.
This page provides entertaining activities, lessons and worksheets for teaching students how to make indirect questions. Students learn how indirect questions are formed, why we use them, and how to change direct questions into indirect questions.
This page provides teachers with a variety of fun grammar activities based on the passive voice. There are teaching activities, games and worksheets to help students learn about the past, present and future passive. Students can also learn about past simple passive and active forms as well as how to use the passive followed by an infinitive to talk about experiences. There are also activities on how to describe processes and objects using the passive voice.
The grammar activities on this page focus on the past continuous tense. These useful games and activities help students use the past continuous to make statements and questions.
This page is packed with grammar activities based on the past perfect tense. There are games, worksheets and activities to help students use the past perfect to describe experiences and events. Students can also practice how to give realistic and imaginative explanations for different situations and express regrets using 'I wish' and 'If only' + 'the past perfect'.
These creative teaching activities help to teach your students all about past simple affirmative and negative statements. Students can also practice the -ed sounds of past simple regular verbs, past simple sentence formation, describing past events and activities, storytelling, and past simple sentences with time expressions.
This section offers extensive practice of past simple Wh- questions and yes/no questions. This page also includes a large variety of noteworthy grammar activities to help students ask and answer questions about past experiences and events.
These insightful grammar activities help to teach your students about the present continuous tense. Students learn to create and recognize positive and negative present continuous statements as well as yes/no questions and short answers. There are also a variety of entertaining miming and memory games to help your students practice the structure.
These productive grammar activities educate your students about present perfect affirmative and negative statements with ‘for’ and ‘since’ and the present perfect with ‘yet’, ‘just’ and ‘already’. Students can also learn how to use the present perfect to talk about experiences, give news about recent events, associate certain time expressions with the present perfect as well as learn about the present perfect passive to talk about things that have changed.
On this page, students learn how to ask and answer various present perfect questions such as 'Have you ever...?' and ‘How long have you...?’ Students can also practice asking and answering present perfect yes/no questions using ‘yet’ and ‘already’, and questions about life experiences using ‘been’.
This page offers grammar activities that give students extensive practice of affirmative and negative present simple sentences. Students learn how to identify the rules and verb forms associated with the present simple. Students also learn how to describe routine activities and habitual actions. There are also worksheets, games and activities to help you teach subject-verb agreement, verb-noun collocations, third person singular verb forms and adverbs of frequency with the present simple.
On this page, students learn how to ask and answer present simple Wh- questions and yes/no questions. There are also activities to practice asking and answering present simple questions with the verb to be and do, present simple questions about daily routine, personal information questions, and questions in the third-person.
These innovative grammar activities help students learn how to construct and use question tags to find out, check, and confirm the accuracy of information. Students also learn how to match tags to positive and negative statements and vice-versa.
In this section, students learn how to form questions using various question words and structures. The page also contains grammar activities to practice asking questions on a number of topics.
These enjoyable grammar activities help to teach your students about defining and non-defining relative clauses. Students can also learn about relative pronouns (who, which, when, where) and how they are used.
This page provides a set of engaging teaching activities about reported speech. Students learn how to use reported speech to compare and give information about what other people said as well as report questions and answers to other people.
These fun grammar activities can be used to teach the past simple and the expression 'used to'. These games, activities and worksheets also help students to talk about memories, past habits, recent changes, and what life used to be like.