Category: grammar

Countable and uncountable nouns with “a”, “an”, “some”, “any”, “How much?” and “How many” for A1/A2 students.

Using quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns may be challenging, particularly when you teach young learners.  They need a lot of practice. In my last post on that subject, I used the idea of...

Past Simple practice with a video (A1 – B2)

If you are looking for some videos which could help your learners revise past simple forms of regular and irregular verbs, you are in the right place. I would like to share with you...

‘Will’, ‘be going to’ and the first conditional in a video quiz (A1+)

Mr. Grimm’s daily occupation is harvesting people’s lives. One day, however, he unexpectedly finds himself in a very challenging situation. Watch the video and see how the little girl affects his life. You may...

Countable and uncountable nouns with ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘some’, ‘any’, ‘much’, ‘many’ for A1+ students

My recent articles here are mostly aimed at helping our eighth-grade students prepare for the end-of-school exam. However, meanwhile, between one exam preparation idea and another, I’ve been thinking about creating something suitable for our...

Egzamin ósmoklasisty – exam preparation with Vocabulary Race Competition and Storyjumper book – “School Life”

Phrases related to school and education Last time I worked on an idea for teaching some phrases related to family and social life. This time the plan is to teach and practice ten phrases...