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Adverbs vs Adjectives Difference Grammar Game - Juego de la diferencia entre Adverbios y Adjetivos en Inglés. Past Tense Irregular Verbs English Grammar Game. The past simple – regular verbs. The past simple is the most common way of talking about past events or states which have finished.

The past simple – regular verbs

It is often used with past time references (e.g. yesterday, two years ago). Please explain past events or states! A past event could be one thing that happened in the past, or a repeated thing. I stopped at a zebra crossing. We carried on with the test. A state is a situation without an action happening. We stayed at my grandparents' house last summer.

How do you form the past simple? Regular past simple forms are formed by adding -ed to the infinitive of the verb. start → startedkill → killedjump → jumped Yes, but there are some spelling rules. Agree → agreed like → liked escape → escaped If a verb ends in a vowel and a consonant, the consonant is usually doubled before -ed. stop → stopped plan → planned If a verb ends in consonant and -y, you take off the y and add -ied. try → tried carry → carried But if the word ends in a vowel and -y, you add -ed. play → played enjoy → enjoyed Aaagh! The past simple – irregular verbs. Past Tense Short Answers English Grammar Game - Juego de Respuestas cortas en inglés. To Be Present Tense - Free English Grammar Game - Juego de Ser y Estar en inglés Tiempo Presente. Don't vs. Doesn't English Grammar Game Negative Sentences - Juego de Do not y Does not en inglés.

This English grammar game is to help you learn about the difference between the use of Don't vs.

Don't vs. Doesn't English Grammar Game Negative Sentences - Juego de Do not y Does not en inglés

Doesn't in negative sentences. Complete the sentence with either Don't (Do not) or Doesn't (Does not). Do vs. Does English Grammar Game Questions - Juego de Preguntas con Do y Does en inglés. Simple Present Tense English Grammar Game. The present simple. We use the present simple to talk about repeated actions or events, permanent states or things which are always true.

The present simple

To find out more about the present simple, read and listen to the conversation below. Can you give me some examples? Yes, of course. We use the present simple to talk about things which are repeated every day, every week, every year, etc. I usually get up at 7 o'clock. I see. Yes, we often use adverbs of frequency sometimes, often, usually or other time expressions like on Mondays, twice a week or in the summer. What about permanent states? Permanent states are situations or feelings which are not temporary. I like him a lot. We also use the present simple for general facts, for example when talking about science or geography. Thailand is really hot at this time of year.

So what do I need to know about forming the present simple? The main thing is that the third person singular forms end in -s or -es. He watches black and white films at his cinema club on Wednesdays. Exactly! Personal pronouns and possessives. Oliver: Hey, Alfie.

Personal pronouns and possessives

How's things? Alfie: Cool, great. You? What are you up to? Oliver: Me? Prepositions of Time AT ON IN English Grammar Game - Juego de las Preposiciones de Tiempo en inglés. This game is to help you practice the prepositions of time At, On, and In.

Prepositions of Time AT ON IN English Grammar Game - Juego de las Preposiciones de Tiempo en inglés

Complete the sentence with the appropriate preposition. If you would like to see some Grammar Notes about the different uses of the prepositions of time At, On, and In then visit: Prepositions of Time (At On In) NEW: Download our free Prepositions of Time (At, On, In) Worksheet (in PDF). You can check the answers to this worksheet here: Prepositions of Time (At, On, In) Answers. There is / There are and It. We often use there + to be and It…as a subject but they do not refer to any object.

There is / There are and It

There is / are is used to introduce a topic, or say that something exists. It … is often used for the weather, time and distance. Can I have some examples of there is / there are, please? There's so much happening.Is there anything much going on at the moment? There are two new students in our class.There aren't any good football matches on TV this week. What about other tenses? No, you can change the tense. There were fire-breathing dragons in the streets.Were there any accidents? I'm a bit confused about when to use there is / there are and when to use it or they. Have a look at these sentences. There's a good film on channel 2. So you can't use it or they as subjects in the first sentences?

OK, but you can start some sentences with it, can't you? Adverbs vs Adjectives Difference Grammar Game - Juego de la diferencia entre Adverbios y Adjetivos en Inglés.