Grammar Practice Activities: A Practical Guide for Teachers

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Cambridge University Press, Dec 15, 1988 - Foreign Language Study - 288 pages
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For the teacher who wishes to combine grammar teaching with a broadly communicative methodology, this is an invaluable resource. It contains a collection of imaginative and interesting grammar practice activities suitable for a wide range of levels and ages. Part one provides: * a detailed introduction to grammar teaching * guidelines for the design of activities * practical hints on effective classroom presentation. Part two contains: * almost 200 game-like activities for practising important or problematical aspects of English grammar, with detailed descriptions of procedure * sample texts and visuals which may be photocopied for immediate use.
 

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Contents

Practice
11
Activities
17
In the classroom
32
ACTIVITIES
44
Articles definite and indefinite
53
Both and either or neither nor
55
Comparison of adjectives
62
Conditional clauses
75
Numbers
191
Passives
197
Past perfect
206
Past progressive
208
Past simple
213
Possessives
226
Prepositions
230
Present perfect
236

Copula verbs
83
Countableuncountable singularplural nouns
86
Future tenses
94
Future perfect tense
120
Havehas got
122
Imperatives
127
Indirect speech
136
ING form of the verb
143
Interrogates
148
Isare there isthere arc
165
Modals
172
Negative sentences
181
Present progressive
246
Present simple
254
Pronouns
265
Relative clauses
268
Short answers
273
Tag questions
275
TO form of the verb
278
Used to
281
Bibliography
283
Index
285
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