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Games for Grammar Practice

British English

Games for Grammar Practice

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Series: Cambridge Copy Collection
Author: Zaorob, M & Chin, E
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780521663427
Publication Date: 2001
Availability: In Stock In Stock
Level: A2 Elementary to C1 Advanced
Discounted Price: £20.49  (RRP UK £40.99)
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A resource book of grammar games and interactive activities.

Games for Grammar Practice is a teacher's resource book containing a selection of more than forty games and activities for grammar practice. The activities are designed to promote intensive and interactive practice with learners of all ages from elementary to advanced level. Photocopiable pages and step-by-step instructions provide instant supplementary activities for busy teachers. The emphasis on peer interaction and cooperati....
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on helps students find grammar practice meaningful and rewarding. The grammar areas covered in the book are all commonly found in courses, making the activities easy to slot into a lesson.
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1.1 Balloon tours; 1.2 A day at home; 1.3 Looking for a flatmate; 1.4 Lend a hand; 1.5 Time and again; 2.1 Gotcha!; 2.2 Everyday hazards; 2.3 Sweet memories; 3.1 Around Town; 3.2 Snooping around; 3.3 Before or after; 4.1 What on earth ...?; 4.2 Make it snappy; 5.1 Easy rider; 6.1 Nothing's perfect; 6.2 Watch your step; 6.3 Pick my good deed; 6.4 The wish race; 7.1 Who's got my message; 8.1 Crazy cans; 8.2 Let's go together; 8.3 Spinning ideas; 8.4 Tough luck; 9.1 Something in common; 9.2 Grown-u....
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ps!; 9.3 Round the clock; 10.1 Making friends; 10.2 What's my answer?; 10.3 All about us; 10.4 Unique me; 11.1 Pack 'n' go; 11.2 Rain or shine; 21.1 Verb trap; 13.1 The preposition contest; 13.2 you and I; 13.3 Preposition checkers; 14.1 Come one, come all; 15.1 How do they compare; 15.2 Three of a kind; 16.1 What a mess!; 16.2 Family album.
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