Proper Adjectives ESL Worksheets, Games and Activities

Country Adjectives

ESL Proper Adjectives for Countries Worksheet - Reading and Writing Exercises - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 30 minutes

This proper adjectives worksheet helps students learn and practice country adjectives. Students start by unscrambling letters to find proper adjectives for countries. The students then match the adjectives with the countries in the box. After that, students add a suffix to each country name to make a proper adjective. Students then go back and underline the suffixes in the adjectives in Exercise A. Next, students correct facts about different countries. Finally, students complete sentences with a noun and a country adjective to make sentences that are true for them.
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All Over the World

ESL Geographical Proper Adjectives Worksheet - Reading and Writing Exercises - Intermediate (B1) - 25 minutes

This free proper adjectives worksheet helps students learn and practice how to use proper adjectives for continents, regions, oceans, seas and mountains. Students begin by sorting geographical proper adjectives into categories. After that, students correct sentences combining directions with continent adjectives. Next, students complete sentences with proper adjectives from a box. In the last exercise, students match each phrase containing a proper adjective with its definition.
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I am Spartan!

ESL Proper Adjectives for Cities Board Game - Matching and Writing Activity - Upper-intermediate (B2) - 30 minutes

Here is a proper adjectives board game to help students learn and practice city adjectives. Students take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter along the board in a clockwise direction. When a student lands on an unclaimed square, they try to claim it by unscrambling the city adjective, matching it with the correct city in the box in the center of the board, and writing their name in the square. Students must work out the answer using their pencil and paper first, they then write the city adjective under the scrambled word in the square (e.g. Bogotano), tick or cross off the city in the box in the center of the board (e.g. Bogotá), and write their name under the adjective to claim the square (e.g. Sally). While a student is working on unscrambling an adjective with their pencil and paper, the next student begins their turn. If they land on the same square and can find the answer more quickly than the other student, they can steal the square. Play proceeds with students going around the board in a clockwise direction until all the squares have been claimed. When this happens, check the answers with the group. Students score one point for each correct answer. The student with the most points wins.
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