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Be + Going to Game

In this fun grammar game you have to shoot words. Look at the sentence at the top of the screen then shoot the missing words!  

Passive Disaster Memory Game

In this interactive memory game the player must find the matching pairs of cards. To do this click on a card in the top row (a disaster) and then click on a card in the bottom row (image). If the cards match the cards remain

Plurals Memory Game

In this interactive matching game you have to match pictures with plurals. To do this click on a card in the top row (the picture) and then click on a card in the bottom row (the plural). If the cards match the cards remain face

Passive Mix (present + past simple)

Have some fun checking out the present simple and past simple passive. Click on the start button to begin the game. Complete the sentence at the top by dragging and dropping the missing words into place. Then click on the check button to see if your

Present simple passive – drag or shoot game

Check you know the grammar for the present simple passive. Click on the start button to begin the game. Complete the sentence at the top by dragging and dropping the missing words into place or be more adventurous and try the shooting option. Then click on

Already / Yet – tetris game

Rearrange the words in these sentences and questions AND play tetris! What more could you want? Click on the GO button to begin the game. Use the arrow buttons to move your tetris blocks into place. When you have placed 4 tetris blocks you'll be given

Will – matching game

We can use will for predictions, promises, offers and decisions. Click on the start button to begin the game. Match the sentences on the left with those on the right. Continue playing until you've matched all the sentences or click check at any time.

Past simple or continuous – matching game

We often use the past simple and past continuous together to say something happened in the middle of a longer action. Click on the start button to begin the game. Match the sentence halves on the left with those on the right. Continue playing until you've

Past Simple – drag or shoot game

Do you know how to use the past simple? Click on the start button to begin the game. Complete the sentence at the top by dragging and dropping the missing words into place or be more adventurous and try the shooting option. Then click on the