Grammar Bonus: Comparatives Number Quiz

We continue our obsession with these pub quiz-style activities with these final offerings, this time designed to facilitate the use of the comparative.

The comparative can be a rather dry grammar topic so once you have gone through the rules, why not inject a little fun into the class with these quizzes?

The two activities below are designed for pre intermediate and upper intermediate + classes. If your class is intermediate level, have a look at both quizzes and you may find that one could be used with your class.

Notes on the target language (e.g. “I think a dolphin can swim faster than 20 mph”) are included on the worksheet.

Download worksheets here: Pre Intermediate Comparative Activity and Upper Intermediate Comparative Activity.

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Communication Bonus: USA Number Quiz & UK Number Quiz

Here are two more variations on our current run of quizzes, this time we have number quizzes based around fun facts about the USA and the UK.

With some vocabulary help, these resources can be used with intermediate and above level students and would be perfect for USA-based or UK-based summer schools and teaching English to migrants and refugees in the USA or the UK.

Download the quizzes here: USA in Numbers and UK in Numbers

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Grammar Bonus: How…? Questions Number Quiz

Here is another fact-based quiz this time to practice How…? questions (How many…?, How much…?, How long…?, How far…? etc.).

The quiz not only tests How…? questions but also complicated numbers including six digit numbers and decimals.

You can use this quiz with intermediate and higher level students.

As this activity could potentially take a while (30-45 mins), it is a fun activity for the end of the week/a fun class.

You can download the activity here: How…? Quiz

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Grammar Bonus: Question Formation Number Quiz

Here is an extra resource for practicing question formation, recommended for good pre-intermediate, intermediate and upper intermediate. You can also use this resource for practicing more complex numbers.

All the facts and figures come from a fun board game we were playing at the weekend that we figured would be great for the classroom.

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Download the worksheet here: Question Formation Numbers Quiz

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