Number one for English language teachers

Dominoes: Infinitives of purpose

Type: Game

A domino team game that practises infinitives of purpose: to, in order to, so as to and negatives so as not to and in order not to.

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Readers' comments (7)

  • You're welcome Tam!

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  • Great. Thank you. It's so useful for me

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  • Hi Anne,

    we're actually about to publish a new set of Fun with grammar lessons! The next one will be on Present perfect continuous.

    What kind of advanced grammar were you looking for?

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  • could we have more advanced grammar please?

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  • I did this with my classes and we had a lot of fun. They found it very challenging. With the advanced group I asked them to make sure they only spoke English to each other during the group work session and offered them expressions like "That doesn't quite fit" or "That makes no sense" to expand the exercise.

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  • A really great warmer or filler activity. Perfect with almost any lesson plan.

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  • I have always pictured teaching in this way.
    Thank you

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