Grammar games/ worksheets

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Updated 4 February 2022

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Present tenses

Present Simple

Third person S

Present Continuous

Present Simple and Continuous

Present Perfect

Present Perfect Continuous

Present Perfect Simple and Continuous

Present Perfect and Simple Past

Past tenses/ Narrative tenses

Past Simple page

Past Continuous page

Past Perfect page

Used to page

Future tenses

Present Continuous for arrangements

Going to


Future continuous


Zero conditional

First conditional

Second conditional

Third conditional

Mixed conditionals

Unreal past

Passive voice

Have something done/ Get something done

Tense reviews

Photocopiable teaching aspect classroom materials

Continuous aspect

Perfect aspect

Other major grammar points (A to Z)

Adjectives page


Be and get used to

Comparatives and superlative adjectives

Conjunctions games/ worksheets – See Linking Expressions below

Count/ Non-count – See Countable and Uncountable Nouns below

Countable and uncountable nouns


Get used to – See Be and get used to

Have/ Have got


Indirect speech games/ worksheets – See Reported Speech below

Infinitive of purpose


It is/ They are

Linking expressions

Modal verbs

Participle clauses page – NEW PAGE

Plural nouns page




Question formation

Relative clauses

Reported speech/ Indirect speech

There is/ are/ was/ were

They are – See It is/ They are above

This/ that/ these/ those

Time expressions games, worksheets, stories and songs

Verb patterns

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