Category: grammar

Passive voice in short stories of two remarkable people

The other day I watched a well-done documentary about extraordinary inventions developed by remarkable people. I was amazed by the inventors’ determination and all the sacrifices they had made to make their dreams come...

How to describe a room? – group work activities for A1+ and A2

The teaching material I’m offering today is my idea for practising there is/are together with prepositions of place and quantifiers such as some/any/a lot of. It also aims at practising or revising vocabulary on rooms in...

Bob’s Trip to Arizona (part 3) – reading comprehension and Past Simple with a PDF and live worksheets (A1).

I’m sure that everyone can’t wait summer holidays. Still, there are a few weeks of remote schooling left, and we need to keep our students motivated, which doesn’t seem easy at this time of...

Two online grammar escape rooms for 7th-grade EFL students

In my previous articles, I shared two sets of online grammar revision activities, for 5th and 6th-grade students respectively. Today it’s time for grade 7. By completing all the tasks, students will uncover two...

Bob’s Trip to Arizona (part 1) – 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...