Internationally flavored buffet of grammar points with explanation, examples and exercises created in response to learner queries.
Format: mp3, pdf. Adobe Flash, on line text
Level: intermediate, advanced.
- adjectives: participle
- articles: definite, indefinite
- clause: conditional, main
- commonly confused word pairs
- noun: count and non-count
- participle: adjective
- questions:indirect, tag, wh -(open)
- reported (indirect) speech
- subject-verb agreement
- verb : auxiliary (helping), conditional, irregular, modal, participle, passive, tenses, mixed tenses
Activities: check answer function, check if sentence provided on this website are correct or contain errors, choose correct sentence from pair provided, choose correct word form, combine clauses to make conditional sentences, examples, explanations, forum, identify if sentences provided contain errors, links to ideas and activities for teachers for learner communicative practice in class, match equivalent sentences, match question and response, match sentences in direct form to their equivalent reported speech form, match sentence parts, match sentence with its purpose, match sentences with statement agreeing with it, match sentences with statement disagreeing with it, multiple choice, order scrambled words to make sentences, put word in correct form for sentence supplied, question completion, rewrite sentences changing them from direct to reported speech.
Age suitability: teenage, adult.
Around since: unknown.
Pluses: explanations are clear and concise with minimal grammarian language, examples of learner application of grammar point provided, explanations in audio format available for listening, free of advertising, very easy navigation, functional use explained, interesting passages formed in some exercises through sequence of sentences, navigation intuitive with no ads on this site, quizzes are downloadable, search within site available, site map, vocabulary in exercises is appropriate to the level of the grammar point.
Minuses: some exercises do not include naming of the grammar point covered in them.