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Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
10 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Adjective Order
 
 
While being an area of grammar that is truly pedantic, this handout does offer good, accuracy-driven practice of combining two or three more adjectives together to describe a noun. Likely to infuriate those uninitiated with the rules.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Adjective Order
 
 
This pair work practice activity helps learners have a go at the basics of adjective order in a sentence in spoken English. In the activity, the learners are tasked with ordering the words their partner tells them to make comprehensible sentences with the adjectives in the right order.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Focus:
Adjectives + Prepositions
 
 
Dependent prepositions again feature in this writing and speaking handout. However, there is a twist, as this sheet only deals with prepositions attached to adjectives, for example 'afraid of', 'mad at' etc.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Adjectives as Nouns
 
 
Some adjectives can behave as nouns (the poor). This speaking practice handout of such adjectives is useful for not only expanding the range of students’ awareness of such words, but also how they are used in common sentences.
Type:
An individual writing task
Skill:
Writing
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Adjectives as Nouns
 
 
Sentence writing is the name of the game with this creative handout featuring adjectives behaving as nouns. On the sheet, learners are tasked with working out the adjectives from a noun phrase and then must write a sentence with the adjective as a noun.
Type:
A crossword activity
Skill:
Writing
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Adjectives to Describe Films
 
 
This vocabulary practice cross word activity gives upper-intermediate-level learners a practice of the adjectives native speakers use to describe films, such as gripping and poignant, for example. The learners read the definitions and write the missing words in the crossword.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Adjectives to Describe Films
 
 
In this vocabulary speaking handout, learners work in pairs to decipher which adjective to describe a film suits the opinions of a range of people. The students read the quotes and choose the most appropriate word. A useful practice.
Type:
An individual writing task
Skill:
Writing
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Adverbs
 
 
This adverbs quiz requires students to think of two appropriate opinion (sentence) adverbs for a range of sentences. A great way to get students inserting their opinions with adverbs.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Adverbs
 
 
Three types of adverbs are included in this speaking activity designed to add greater colour to a learner's English. Students practise speaking with opinion, manner and degree adverbs.
Type:
A guided discovery grammar sheet
Skill:
Writing
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Discovery of grammatical rules
Work:
Students work together as a whole group, then individually
Focus:
Adverbs
 
 
If you’re looking for a class mingle activity that involves students inductively discovering the rules of the grammar of adverbs this is for you. After slicing the four sheets in half, pin them around your wall. Students walk around and write down possible adverbs for the eight contexts, featuring the five different adverb types.
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