Beginner English Grammar Review 2

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While old-fashioned, I still find what I call "grammar banging" (intensive grammar review sheets) useful at the end or beginning of the year. The end of year calls for exam preparation and the beginning calls for some review to raise awareness of what has already been learnt and where problems still lie. The sheets provided in these "grammar banging" reviews are very effective because each question focuses on one important, specific area.

Aim: Grammar review of the most important intermediate level English tenses, structure and functions

Activity: Grammar banging multiple choice review lesson with each question focusing on a specific point

Level: Beginner

Outline:

  • This is straight-forward stuff. Make the copies and give them to the students.
  • Have each student do the sheet by him/herself.
  • Ask students to compare answers and discuss differences, each student trying to explain his/her choice.
  • Correct sheet as a class. Review each grammar point quickly - you should get a lot of "Oh, yeah....".
  • Give the students an unmarked copy of the same exercise to repeat at home to solidify the review exercise.

"Grammar Banging" - Review your English - 2

Choose the correct word to fill in the gap

 

  1. I _____ drive a car.

    A) can't to B) can C) want

     

  2. He likes watching TV ______ evening.

    A) in the B) at C) during

     

  3. It ________ rain tomorrow.

    A) is going to B) will C) is

     

  1. I drove my car _____ the garage.

    A) in B) at C) into

     

  2. _________. Is there a post office near here?

    A) Please B) Excuse me C) Pardon

     

  3. I live in ______.

    A) italy B) Italy C) Italian

     

     

  4. The shop is at the end of this street _____ the right.

    A) at B) in C) on

     

  5. The bank is _______ the post office.

    A) near of B) next to C) next

     

  1. There are ______ books on the table.

    A) any B) an C) some

     

  2. I would like _____ rice.

    A) a B) one C) some

     

  3. I went to Paris three years _____.

    A) last B) ago C) time past

     

  4. Do you like ______ Chinese food?

    A) - B) an C) some

     

  5. He speaks English _____.

    A) good B) well C) gooder

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