Category: grammar

Bob’s Trip to Arizona – reading comprehension with a PDF worksheet (A1)

My new creation is a new episode of Bob’s story. You were introduced to Bob in my last article where you can find the first part of his story. It is about Bob’s problems with his...

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...

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...