English Grammar Games
These English Grammar Games are listed in alphabetical order:
A vs An - The difference between A and AN
Adjectives ending in -ED and -ING - The difference between adjectives ending in -ed and adjectives ending in -ing.
Adjectives with Prepositions - which prepositions go with different adjectives and the different meanings and contexts of them.
Adjective Word Order - Basic - Simple word order of Adjectives
Adverbs of Frequency - Always, Usually, Often, Seldom and more.
Adverbs vs. Adjectives - The difference between Adverbs and Adjectives.
Comparatives & Superlatives - Bigger or More Big?
Do vs. Does - The difference between Do and Does in Questions.
Don't vs. Doesn't - The difference between Don't and Doesn't.
For vs. Since - The difference between For and Since.
Have - Has - Go - Goes - The difference between these two verbs.
Like and As -The difference between Like, As and As if.
Much - Many - A lot of - Few - The difference between these words.
Noun + To Be + Noun - Basic sentence structure
Plural Nouns - Both regular and irregular plural forms.
Prepositions of Time (At, On, In) - When to use the prepositions AT, ON and IN when referring to time.
Present Tense vs. Progressive Tense - The difference between the Present Tense and the Progressive.
Question Words 1 - Who When Why How etc.
Simple Present Tense - The correct use of verbs and Do and Does in the present tense.
So vs Such - The difference betwen So and Such
Still - Yet - Already - The difference between Still, Yet and Already.
There vs Their vs They're - (NEW) The difference between these frequently confused words.
This That These Those 1 (Demonstratives)
This That These Those 2 (Demonstratives) - This game uses them in complete sentences and is a little more difficult than the game above.
Two - Too - To - Three commonly confused words that sound the same though have totally different meanings and uses.
Whoever, Whatever, Whenever - All of the -ever words including however, whichever.
Your vs You're - The difference between YOUR and YOU'RE in English
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