Grammar — Parts of Speech (Also
good for Native Speakers
Click on (go to) http://www.quia.com/jg/65832.html
- Do all four activities at the site until all parts of speech are
memorized. Click on “See list of terms” to begin learning terms,
then go to each of the activities.
Go to http://www.eslus.com/LESSONS/GRAMMAR/POS/pos.htm
- Take four pop quizzes on each part of speech that you
memorized. The definitions of terms are advanced, but the quizzes are
Write four sentences about your life. Identify each part of the
sentence. Exchange your writing with someone else and discuss how you
used different parts of speech.
- Pick the list of irregular verbs that you like the most, and study
it for a few minutes.
Click on http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/pasttense.htm
- Get a piece of paper or print the page, and fill out information from one of the lists
Go to http://www.quia.com/jg/65537.html
- Use the flashcards to learn the simple past of verbs. You can
practice with a friend or friends. This is a slow site. The cards take
awhile to load. You can see the front or back of each card with a
verb. When you finish with a card, click on “Remove Card” to go to
Do one of the following activities.
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- Play a higher and higher level of past irregular
verbs. See how high you
can go with the fewest mistakes!
to the site http://english-zone.com/verbs/verbs1nj.html
It has a list of both simple past and past participle.
Guess answer before looking.
to the site
- You'll see another chart with blanks to fill with both simple past and past
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