4º ESO

GRAMMAR PRACTICE

PRESENT SIMPLE / PRESENT CONTINUOUS. These are exercises to rewrite sentences and make questions for the answers given. Then you can correct them on your own.

PRESENT SIMPLE – PRESENT CONTINUOUS

PRESENT SIMPLE – PRESENT CONTINUOUS (KEY)

PAST SIMPLE / PAST CONTINUOUS 1 (INTERACTIVE)

PAST SIMPLE / PAST CONTINUOUS 2 (INTERACTIVE)

PAST SIMPLE WITH IRREGULAR VERBS 1 (INTERACTIVE)

PAST SIMPLE WITH IRREGULAR VERBS 2 (INTERACTIVE)

PAST SIMPLE NEGATIVE (INTERACTIVE)

PAST SIMPLE QUESTIONS (INTERACTIVE)

USED TO (EXPLANATION AND PRACTICE)

USED TO 1 (INTERACTIVE)

USED TO / PRESENT SIMPLE

USED TO

You may find it difficult to understad the use of the Present Perfect Continuous. Then have a look at this presentation.

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE / PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS AND PAST SIMPLE – POWER POINT EXPLANATION

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS POWER POINT PRESENTATION

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS POWER POINT EXPLANATION

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS 1 (INTERACTIVE)

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS 2 (INTERACTIVE)

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS 3 (INTERACTIVE)

MAKING QUESTIONS (ALL TENSES) WITH KEY

COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES: 

Comparative and superlative of adjectives 1Comparative and superlative of adjectives 2 ;  Comparative and superlative of adjectives 3 ;  Comparative and superlative of adjectives 4 ;

RELATIVE CLAUSES: Relative clauses exercises 1;

RELATIVE CLAUSES 2

RELATIVE CLAUSES 3

RELATIVES POWER POINT PRESENTATION

TOO / ENOUGH 1

TOO / ENOUGH 2

TOO / ENOUGH (lots of exercises)

PAST PERFECT – PAST SIMPLE.

PAST PERFECT – PAST SIMPLE EXPLANATION  – PAST PERFECT – PAST SIMPLE PRACTICE 1 – PAST PERFECT – PAST SIMPLE PRACTICE 2 – PAST PERFECT – PAST SIMPLE PRACTICE 3 

FUTURE TENSES POWER POINT – 4º ESO

FUTURE TENSES: WILL – GOING TO 1

FUTURE TENSES: WILL – GOING TO 2

FUTURE TENSES: WILL – GOING TO 3

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES – A Power Point Presentation with clear explanation.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPES 0, 1st , 2nd, 3rd. EXPLANATION AND EXERCISES. POWER POINT.

ALL TYPES OF CONDITIONAL SENTENCES (EASY AND DIFFICULT). In this site you will find lots of exercises to practise conditionals.

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES – TABLA DE REPETICIÓN (TRES TIPOS)

CONDITIONALS 3 TYPES – TABLA DE REPETICIÓN (ANSWER KEY)

PASSIVE VOICE: Look at this chart and learn how to change the tenses from active to passive voice. Then practise by doing the exercises that follow.

PASSIVE VOICE – TENSE FORMATION

Do the following exercise after you have read and studied the chart on the previous link. (TENSE FORMATION)

EXERCISE 1: PASSIVE VOICE – different tenses (transformation)

PASSIVE VOICE – different tenses (transformation) ANSWER KEY

EXERCISE 2: (advanced) – PASSIVE TO ACTIVE (with key )

PASSIVE VOICE 3 (Present / Past / Will / Modals) with explanation.

Click on this GAME and practise the PASSIVE VOICE.

REPORTED SPEECHEXERCISES EGO4U

REPORTED STATEMENTS – EXERCISE 1    EXERCISE 2

TENSES: Present Perfect Past Simple Dear Bobby – Present Perfect – Past Simple Dear Bobby (Answer)

Present Perfect – Past Simple Dear Mary – Present Perfect – Past Simple Dear Mary (Answer)

FINAL REVIEW (ALL UNITS)

Here you can find exercises to practise every unit. At the end you have the key of all the units to check your answers.         

UNIT 1 PRESENT SIMPLE – PRESENT CONTINUOUS, GERUNDS

UNIT 2 PAST SIMPLE – PAST CONTINUOUS, USED TO

UNIT 3 PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE – PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

UNIT 4 COMPARATIVE / SUPERLATIVE . RELATIVE CLAUSES.

UNIT 5 PAST PERFECT SIMPLE – PAST SIMPLE

UNIT 6 FUTURE TENSES, CONDITIONALS, TIME CLAUSES

UNIT 7 PASSIVE VOICE

UNIT 8 REPORTED SPEECH

UNIT 9 MODALS

UNIT 10 REVIEW OF TENSES AND CONDITIONALS

ANSWER KEY OF ALL THE UNITS Extra Practice

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