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Bitesize Grammar Games
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/


---phonics, spelling, rhyming, alphabet, pronouns,joining words, similar meanings, punctuation, making sentences



Common Errors
http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html

---"What is an error in English?
The concept of language errors is a fuzzy one. I’ll leave to linguists the technical definitions. Here we’re concerned only with

deviations from the standard use of English as judged by sophisticated users such as professional writers, editors,

teachers, and literate executives and personnel officers. The aim of this site is to help you avoid low grades, lost employment

opportunities, lost business, and titters of amusement at the way you write or speak."
The errors are presented alphabetically & navigation is exceedingly simple. Advanced.

---more info at https://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/19-june-2011


Connectarcade

http://www2.cambridge.org/connectarcade/intro.jsp

  

---A very good grammar site for intermediate level (perhaps even advancing beginners).
It's bright, cheery, interesting, easy to use & varied enough to keep you coming back for more.
Use the left sidebar to navigate throughout your time here.This isn't a course so it's not exhaustive. As revision it's a wonder.

---more info at https://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/8-october-2010


Easy English tests

http://www.easyenglish.com/index.asp

--- This site is good but too brief. As often occurs, easy is not beginner, while difficult swings like a mood change.

But please try this very clearly set out program with the added feature of explaining your errors(if you made mistakes.)





Eduplace: GrammarBlast  

http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hme/k_5/quizzes/

---"Have a blast with Grammar Blast! Answer 10 questions and earn up to 100 game points. To play just choose a quiz"

from the menu; aimed at very good beginners with good grammar skills.

---more info at https://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/8-january-2011




English Grammar On Youtube

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=english%20grammar&sm=

Did you ask for more grammar? Would about 1,700,000 results from youtube.com satisfy? Perhaps not, but the searching could be fun?!




 English Grammar Secrets
http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/index.html

---What secrets? Ignore the title & explore the typical but not exhaustive grammar points each with 9 different types of exercises;
 "
we recommend that you read the grammar explanation on the first page of the lesson and then do the exercises,
thinking all the time about the rules in the grammar explanation."

---more info at http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/31-may-2009



English-online: GameZone

http://www.english-online.org.uk/games/gamezone2.htm


 

---The Grammar of Doom, plus 30 games 





 ESLjokes
http://esljokes.net/jokes.html

---not a technical breakthrough in the world of computers. But in its own quiet way it presents you with reasonably funny scenarios

around which it then teaches/revises points of grammar. And there is a dearth of funnies collections in ESL.

49 grammar points at 4 different levels. Suggest intermediate onwards.

---more info at http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/25-april-2010


Grammar Ninja

http://www.kwarp.com/portfolio/grammarninja.html

---Do we need another grammar game? Only if it's as good as this one. The instructions are presented very cleverly,
 but they overestimate the difficulty of play.
The real difficulty is whether you have the grammar knowledge or not.

Beyond all this talk is a grammar game that both tests your English but does it lightning fast, or else. Great little taster for nearly all levels, starting from very good beginner.



---"Grammaropolis is where grammar lives! Hailed as a Schoolhouse Rock for the 21st Century,

Grammaropolis uses the parts of speech as animated characters starring in books, songs, videos, and interactive games";

truly one of the most inventive grammar sites I've seen; most of the content requires no signing up; good beginners plus.



Grammar-quizzes.com 

http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/index.html



---"
for understanding, learning and practising English grammar through the use of current event stories, pictures,
contrastive grammar points, sentence diagrams, and self-quizzes";  very very good intermediate plus.



 Interchangearcade
http://www2.cambridge.org/interchangearcade/main.do


---excellent Cambridge site of 64 diverse units ranging from good beginner to advanced level

---more info at https://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/24-december-2011


Irregular verbs list   

http://www.englishpage.com/irregularverbs/irregularverbs.html


  

---your search for a very comprehensive listing of verbs might conclude here.


Learn-english-online

http://learn-english-online.org/


---"These English lessons are aimed at the beginner although people with a little experience of English may find some parts useful."

56 lessons via 13 units, ranging from good beginners to intermediate. Messy navigation, weird layout; but worth trying for you might find some gems, mainly in the form of videos.


Learn English Today
http://www.learn-english-today.com/index.html

Grammar lessons    Grammar exercises   Business English   Idioms : A-Z lists   Idioms : by theme   Proverbs   Vocabulary   New English words

"Free English resources and materials for ESL-EFL learners of all levels."
The menu alone should convince you to give this site a try. Not a ground-breaking site but a solid workout is guaranteed, especially in English grammar.


OUP English File  

https://elt.oup.com/student/englishfile/?cc=global&selLanguage=en



---"interactive exercises, useful downloads, games, and weblinks. Practise your grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, listening, and reading,
and have some fun too. Select your edition and 1 of 7 levels." Oxford University Press only produces top quality material such as this.
good beginners on.


OUP: Headway

https://elt.oup.com/student/headway/?cc=global&selLanguage=en

---Practise your English over 6 levels with interactive exercises, puzzles, and games. It's Oxford University Press

so you know it's the best.



Phrasal Verbs

http://www.carolinebrownenglishlessons.com/


 

---Each of the 53 verbal phrases is explained/defined & then you can check your understanding of each via the exercises.Not the definitive site for
 verbal phrases if only because it doesn't cover them all. The ones it does do it does very well, & don't forget to test yourself.

---more info http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/7-june-2009


 

Prepositions in English
http://www.mcedservices.com/Prepex/QUIZEX.HTM


---prepositions of place & time



Roadtogrammar jr

http://www.roadtogrammar.com/junior/


---350 topics+vocab+comprehension

---more info http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/12-may


Study Verbs

http://www.studyverbs.com/



verbs every which way, & so many of them; a variety of quizzes to test your knowledge about verbs.


Touchstonearcade

http://www.cambridge.org/us/esl/touchstone/student/index.html


---a Cambridge production, so it's top class. For intermediate plus. 4 levels, each with 12 units. And you can use the material

by enjoying the activity types only.

It's all here for you. Enjoy.

TPR Exercises
http://static.digischool.nl/oefenen/hennyjellema/engels/tpr/voorbladtpr.htm


---useful revision of action verbs; covers the 4 macroskills with bonus pronunciation

---more info http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/8-july-2008







UsingEnglishQuiz
http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/

---"Test yourself with our selection of nearly 300 free English language quizzes covering grammar, usage and vocabulary for

beginner, intermediate and advanced level English students. Simply answer all of the questions in the quiz and press submit to see your score

and other statistics. Each ESL quiz is also available as a printable teacher handout.

We also have a range of phrasal verb quizzes in our reference area."

---more info http://sites.google.com/site/vikseslklixnewsletter/11-july


 

Verbs Animated

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=verbs+cartoons&oq=verbs+cartoons&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_l=youtube.3...374l1926l0l2300l8l8l0l0l0l0l381l1432l2-3j2l5l0


---approximately 25,000 cartoons about verbs, for your pleasure plus learning.

You'll have to find the animations that work for you, that are educationally sound, that are at
your level. A cursory look shows a trend to beginner level; searching for other levels nevertheless is still learning, so...




Verbix: Verb Conjugation 
http://www.verbix.com/languages/english.shtml


---"English is spoken by 322 million native speakers in United Kingdom, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa etc.

In addition to these, English is the official language of many former British colonies."

Write the infinitive of a verb & this program will conjugate it immediately, complete with its etymology & usage examples. Fantastic.

Calling all grammaniacs!?!



Verbbusters
http://www.verbbusters.com/index.php

---and now to check your verb knowledge. Specifically Past & Participle are tested here.

Suggest you try this after having a look at the site Verbix: Verb Conjugation (found in Grammar category).








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