For many years, my Web site has been focused on helping students improve their listening, vocabulary, speaking, writing, and thinking skills through a variety of exercises and activities.
Now, I am developing grammar activities that can help reinforce and recycle all of the other language skills in a unified manner around common topics. In other words, the vocabulary and language found in each listening conversation is used and recycled in the grammar exercises leading to better understanding, use, and retention.
Furthermore, quality language activities shouldn't just test something; they should teach and help students make connections between what they are learning in the classroom and in real life. Therefore, I try to make the explanations simple and easy to understand. They are not designed to take the place of a textbook or language class, but they can serve as follow-up activities or supplementary material to expand upon what has been learned.
Pronouns - Subject, object, and possessive (Apartments for Rent)
Quantifiers (Movie Show Times and Movie Reviews)
Quantifiers (Vacation Plans)
Reported Passive (World News Stories)
Simple Past - Irregular Verbs (Apartments for Rent)
Stative Passive (Describing Your Country)
Superlatives (Friday's Weather Forecast)
Used To . . . (Sports and Hobbies)
Wish and Hope (Plane Travel)
After you complete this demo, please take my survey that can help me improve the design and content. Please contact me if you have any comments, suggestions, or questions regarding this ongoing project.