Past/Present/ Future
Comparatives/Superlatives
Common Grammar Mistakes
Countable/Uncountable/Quantifiers
Verb patterns
100

Yesterday I am playing football.

Yesterday I went to play football.

Yesterday I played football.


100

A)My sister is funny than my brother.

B)My sister is funnier than my brother.

C)My sister funnyer than my brother.

B

100

I can see that (your / you're) worried.

you're

100

Is this noun countable or uncountable: happiness

uncountable

100

I don't mind _________ (get up) early.

getting up

200

A)Maria drank alcohol for one year.

B)Maria dranken alcohol for one year.

C)Maria drunk alcohol for on year. 

A

200

Compare two of your classmates using “energetic”


200 Points for a sentence with no grammar mistakes

100 Points for a sentence with one or more grammar mistakes

200

The football team won (its / it's) final game.

its

200

Complete the sentence with some or any. 

There aren’t ______ tomatoes in the house.

Any

200

Jessica really enjoys reading/to read poetry.

reading

300

For repeated or regular actions in the present time period,  for facts, for habits, for things that are always / generally true.

Present Simple Tense

300

Use three adjectives in the superlative form to create a sentence about your 

Classmates/ Friends

100 pts for each correct superlative

300

Accept or Except: Will you please _ my help?

accept

300

Complete this sentence with the correct quantifier. 

lots of , a few, or a little

 We have ________ apples in the house. You don`t need to buy any more!

lots of 

300

Roger ____ (not/mind/talk) to his ex-girlfriend. They're still very good friends.

Roger doesn't mind talking to his ex-girlfriend. They're still very good friends.

400

Ask a question in the past simple tense form

400 Points for a question with no grammar mistakes

300 Points for a question with one grammar mistakes

200 Points for a question with two grammar mistakes

100 Points for a question with three or more grammar mistakes

400

If You Could Be Best Friends With A Celebrity, Who Would It Be? (Random) 

400

We went to Paris and stayed (there / their, they're) for two weeks.

there


400

Create a sentence using the quantifier “a few.”


400 Points for a sentence with no grammar mistakes

300 Points for a sentence with one grammar mistakes

200 Points for a sentence with two grammar mistakes

100 Points for a question with three or more grammar mistakes

400

It's not a problem for me to get up early in the morning.

MIND

I don't mind getting up early in the morning.

500

What are the past simple of these five base verbs?  bring, wear, fly, pay, choose

brought, wore, flew, paid, chose

500

If You Could Trade Lives With Someone, Who Would It Be?

(Random) 

500

Place the Commas: While I was in the kitchen the baby woke up.

While I was in the kitchen, the baby woke up. 



500

Decide whether these nouns are countable (C) or uncountable (U)

  1. The children are playing in the garden.   
  2. I don't like milk.  
  3. I prefer tea.   
  4. Scientists say that the environment is threatened by pollution.  
  5. My mother uses butter to prepare cakes. 
  6. There are a lot of windows in our classroom.  
  7. We need some glue to fix this vase.   
  8. The waiters in this restaurant are very professional. 

 1. C  / 2. U / 3. U / 4. C /5. U / 6. C 7. U / 8. C



500

My doctor recently told me I should stop drinking / to drink coffee.

My doctor recently told me I should stop drinking coffee.

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