grammar

Gamelish grammar games are mostly pair games with questions and answers to match.
Great for emphasizing sentence structure and question formation.
The games can be also used as a conversation generator.

  • משחק דקדוק שואלים נכון 1 זמני הווה רגיל והווה ממושךמשחק דקדוק שואלים נכון 1 זמני הווה רגיל והווה ממושך

    asking right 1 present tenses

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    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences in the Present Simple and Present continuous (Progressive). Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:

    Does he often walk his cat?
    No, he doesn’t walk his cat at all.

    Are you feeding the cat at the moment?
    No, I am not feeding her now.

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. It can be mixed and compared with cards from “asking right 2”, to show the contrast between the tenses.
    asking right instructions 2018

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  • משחק קלפים ללימוד ותרגול הפועל to be. המשחק בנוי מזוגות של שאלות ותשובות בזמני הווה ועבר.משחק קלפים ללימוד ותרגול הפועל to be. המשחק בנוי מזוגות של שאלות ותשובות בזמני הווה ועבר.

    asking right 3 – to be

    0 out of 5

    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences with the verb to be in the Present Simple and Past Simple. Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:
    How is your holiday?

    Our holiday is great!

    Were Dad and Tom at home?
    No, they weren’t. they were out.

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. It can be mixed with cards from “asking right 1” and “asking right 2”, to show the contrast between be and the other verbs.

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  • going to work

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    Age: 10+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided into work places, such as restaurant, clinic, on stage etc.

    This game is a combination of vocabulary – names of professions, and grammar – Present Simple.

    You can play this game on two levels:

    Just the profession word, since it’s always the first word (intermediate level), or

    The whole sentence (advanced level)

    For example: A doctor checks patients.

    A driver drives vehicles.

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  • the passive verb game

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    Master English Passive voice Present Simple, Present continuous, Past Simple, Past continuous
    Age:12+

    Level: advanced

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to ten different verbs, such as sell, carry, give.

    Each foursome has a different sentence structure (positive, negative, yes/no question and WH question) in the four basic tenses: Future Simple, Present Simple, Present Progressive, Past Simple.

    For example:

    Dinner is being served.

    How are babies carried?

    Homework won’t be done tomorrow.

    The kids are taken to school.

    This is the best game for better understanding of the passive and the English sentence structure.

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  • talking with adjectives, describing and comparing

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    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes / twenty pairs, divided according to ten different adjectives. Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative. There are comparative and superlative sentences to practice the different uses of the adjectives.

    For example: Is the red house bigger than the pink house?

    Yes, the red house is bigger.

    Which is the largest animal in the world?

    The blue whale is the largest animal in the world.

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. Extremely effective!

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  • asking right 2 past simple past continuous / progressiveasking right 2 past simple past continuous

    asking right 2 past tenses

    0 out of 5

    Age:12+

    Level: intermediate 

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences in the Past Simple and Past Continuous / Progressive.

    Each pair consists of a question in one of the tenses, and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:

    Did she play with her dog last Sunday?

    Yes, she did. She played with him last Sunday.
    Were they waiting when you came in?
    Yes, they were waiting when we came in.

     

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. It can be mixed with cards from “asking right 1 and 3”, to show the contrast between the tenses.
    asking right instructions 2018

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  • the verb game

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    Age:12+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to ten different verbs, such as play, walk, fly, think.

    Each foursome has a different sentence structure (positive, negative, yes/no question and WH question) in the four basic tenses: Future Simple, Present Simple, Present Progressive, Past Simple.

    For example: He will fly tomorrow.

    The butterflies are flying now.

    He often flies a kite.

    He flew last week.

    This is the best game for better understanding of the tenses and the English sentence structure.

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