A selection of intermediate-level games and activities to practise various grammar points, including the order of adjectives, 'used to', the present perfect, the past continuous and lots more.
Intermediate lesson plans
A card game at intermediate level to practise the order of adjectives.
A domino game at intermediate level to practise using adjectives in the correct order that can be played as a group game or a mingling game.
A matching activity for small groups that focuses on accuracy and practises the correct use of make and do.
A guessing activity at intermediate level to practise used to in affirmative and negative sentences and questions.
A team game at intermediate level to practise asking and answering questions using the present perfect.
A role-play activity for the whole class that practises the correct use of ‘have / get something done’.
An accuracy-based team activity that practises the use of both, both of, neither and neither of.
An accuracy-based guessing game for pairs to practise What were you doing … ?, You were -ing, and I was -ing.
A whole-class mingling activity at intermediate level to practise will be + -ing.
A board game activity at intermediate level to practise using some-, any-, every-, no- + -one, -thing, -where.