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.
A speaking card game at intermediate level to practise the use of past perfect continuous.
An activity where students receive an exciting holiday and must list all the things they will and won’t be able to do on their given holiday practising the future of can and can’t.
A small-group guessing game to practise who, that/which and where.
A pairwork role-play game to practise using much and many.
A whole-class mingling game to practise the difference between the present simple and continuous.
A pairwork card game to practise using must and mustn’t.
A team competition to practise will for promises and predictions.