Grammar resources by area
In this section you will find a large collection of grammar resources organized by grammar point to help the busy teacher find exactly what they need in a hurry.
Students discuss preferences using both, either and neither to give short presentations.
A small-group card guessing game to practise must, mustn’t, needn’t and don’t have to
Fari Greenaway's winning lesson revises reported speech, introducing a fun mingling activity to help make the structure memorable.
The third lesson of this new series from award-winning author Lizzie Pinard.
In this episode, Grammarman’s TV appearance is sabotaged by rogue editor Wrongo. Put the adverbs of frequency back into the correct places before Verbo City’s viewing public loses faith in its helpful hero. The answers can be found in the downloadable worksheet to the right of the page.
The onestopenglish reporters went to the Houses of Parliament to find out whether locals and tourists were worried about the world's economic situation.
Set in Brixton, London, this video lesson includes authentic interviews with people living in London, telling us how they celebrate Christmas.
A small-group card game to practise the past perfect continuous.