Grammar activities are sometimes boring but, alas, often necessary! You can practise your grammar in different ways.


First of all, if you like comics and you want to read, listen to, WATCH and learn about grammar, click on this:
http://www.grammarmancomic.com/comicsgman.html

DIAGNOSTIC TEST: Diagnostic quiz Number 1 pinpoints errors and takes you to the quizzes and pages that can help you understand and correct them
http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/100/diag100a.htm

GRAMMAROPOLIS: this site teaches parts of speech in a funny way: games, songs, etc.
http://grammaropolis.com/


Now try these exercises:

PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE





Useful links to grammar websites:

http://www.trinity-whitebridge.co.uk/OnLine/GFileOL/contents.htm
http://www.nspeak.com/newbasic/grammatica/grammar.htm
http://www.nspeak.com/giorgi/efl/fad/audiogrammatica/index.htm


PRESENT SIMPLE
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
PAST SIMPLE
PAST SIMPLE WITH VIDEO
PAST CONTINUOUS
PRESENT PERFECT
FUTURE TENSES
MODALS
CONDITIONALS
PASSIVE
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
REPORTED SPEECH
GERUND OR INFINITIVE
'-ED' AND '-ING' ADJECTIVES
MIXED TENSES


Finally, try the GRAMMAR SLOT MACHINE! Click on HOW TO PLAY, read the instructions and... have fun!

And if you want to 'gamble' with grammar, this is your right game: http://www.grammargamble.com How many points can you score?