Activity Of Subject Verb Agreement

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The time spent creating better sentences with our students will never be a waste of time! And of course, a large part of them is a subject-verb correspondence. Use this simple warm-up activity to check the subject/verb chords at the beginning of teaching. Or as a quick test at the end. The operation consists of writing a number of sentences on the whiteboard or PowerPoint. Some have mistakes, others do not. In this case, you should focus on the questions and overestimations. In my real life, I love playing board games. So I have to expect that I can get my students to play them too. But I adapt the games to the specific grammar point I teach. In this case, I use questions related to the subject and the overestimation of the verb. Students must answer them correctly to move forward in the game.


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