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Falling Clouds

Falling Clouds
Falling Clouds In this game you have to move words around to make a sentence. You can practice English grammar by rearranging words to make a complete sentence. The sentences get more complicated as you progess. Hopefully this game is a good way to practice sentence structures and review word order. Grammar is an important part of learning English as it is something that differs between languages. Edit – In response to numerous comments and emails, the game is now slower giving more time to move the clouds around.

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