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As you can see, these types of questions are an easy way to check the basics. To see some of my favorite activities I do with them, look at this list here: I think flash cards are one of the most underutilized activities of ESL. The way it works with the subject and verb chord is that you can show each student a tab. Or any student can choose from a pile discovered in the middle of the room. For this activity, students can work individually or in groups to make correct professional verb combinations! One of the most common problems I find in my letter is that they have ignored agreement on the subject. When I give them correction checklists, that`s often the first thing I point out, and I put them in orbit around each case in which it happens. See how it works? This is a natural opportunity for students to learn about the technical/verb agreement. Read more here: the time they spend building better sentences with our students will never be wasted! And of course, a lot of that is the subject/verb agreement. If you want to change that, you have to omit some of the keywords. In this case, removing the verbs works well.

I`ll make a list of the basic forms of verbs. Students must choose the right verb based on the context, and then conjugate it correctly according to the subject. Finally, do you want to be able to guide your students to some fun online games to practice online themes and verbs? Here are some of our best choices: so each student has to make a sentence with a theme and a verb. Some examples: each English sentence must have a subject and a predicate (verb). The subject is the name of the sentence or clause and usually appears before the predicate. It shows either what it is in the sentence, or who or what the action does. Sometimes it`s the simplest grammatical activities that help students understand a concept! The “Subject-Verb Agreement Card Stack Grammar” activity teaches students to create correct verb-verb combinations. Because of their first language, students in some countries are more likely to face the derk/verb agreement than others. In Korean, for example, the verb is always at the end of the sentence, so it can be a bit of a struggle at the beginning as in an English sentence. Although it takes a little time to prepare for this activity, it is definitely worth it if you can recycle it for a number of classes. Students love it and there is also serious learning.

The way it works is that students have to offer words to make complete sentences, including themes, verbs, objects and other words. Then they can negotiate with other groups and the winner is the group with the most complete sentences. A fun grammar verification activity is chain spelling. All the students get up and you say a subject and a basic form of a verb. For example, he is leaving. After that, I memorized the students and presented it to the class. This is an ideal way to get many examples of correct attribution of the subject and verb, but be sure to take a quick look at the dialogues to avoid errors before the presentation phase. Students can choose the correct form of a verb to create a sentence with a verb-subject chord. That`s why I often like to expose this theme using a few calling techniques. Start with the theme, then deal confused, which is the right verb! Students will love to tell you what it is.

Learn more about using this technique in your classes: Eliciting. Use this simple warm-up activity to check the reference and verb chords at the beginning of the teaching. Or as a quick test at the end. The way it works is that you write a series of sentences on the whiteboard or PowerPoint. Some have mistakes, others don`t. In this case, you want to focus on questions of topics and verbs. Have you noticed that your students are struggling with this point of English grammar? Then you should seriously devote a whole lesson or two to it.