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The most popular grammar games Let’s take a look at the most popular grammar games out there: 1.
Would you rather A classic game that is used during bus trips and sleepovers.
This game can help students who are afraid to speak in English, engage their creative side and use a lot of vocabulary.
It will also help to understand the usage of conditionals and hypothetical situations with “would”: Would you rather sing in front of a large group of people in a public place or in front of the president of your country? Blackboard race A simple game that has been used in class rooms for ages.
After a few rounds, the team with more words, written on the board, wins. Let students think of any other words from the chosen theme that will start with the letter on which your word ends.
If you have been studying nouns, you can restrict students by only using nouns and so on.
Who is suitable for playing grammar games Games are not only created for children.
All people from different age groups can benefit from them. Adults love games no less than kids do They can look a bit reluctant from the beginning but once they see you having fun and being silly, they will relax, stop being reserved and join you. Fresh things up Learning grammar at any age is exhausting and needs a lot of effort to be put into it.