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Language Practice Exercisesfs for: Beginning students

Level 1: Very Easy

Easy Questions 
Short Answers


Level 2: Easy

A, An, The or Nothing
A, An or Nothing
A or An 1
A or An 2


Getting Acquainted

Expressing Ability

Grammar & Vocabulary Quizzes
Matching Quiz

Plural Forms and Irregular

Correct Form of Word

Prepositions I
Prepositions II
Prepositions III
In, At or On 1
In, At or On 2
In or At with Places

Possessive Pronouns
Object Pronouns 

Question Words
Question Dialogue

Sentence Structure
Question Formation 1
Question Formation 2

Tag Questions
Tag Questions 1
Tag Questions 2
Tag Questions
Has he? Hasn't he? Had he?

Tag Questions
Does she? Doesn't she? Did she?
Tag Questions
Have you? Are you? Do you?

Present Simple Negative Verbs
Present Simple Verbs
Gerund or Infinitive
Verb Quiz Story 1
Look, See or Watch
Going To
Simple Past or Past Continuous
Correct Present Tense Verb Forms

Word Choice
Adjective or Adverb 1
Adjective or Adverb 2
Adjective or Adverb 3
A Little or A Few
And, But or Or
At, On and In
Used in Time and Dates

At, By or With
Borrow or Lend
Comparative & Superlative
Do, Does or Did
Don't, Doesn't or Didn't
Do or Make
Did or Made
Go or Do
Have or Has
For or Since 1 
For or Since 2
For or Since 3
How Many? Or How Much? 
Make or Do
Set, Sit or Seat?
So or Because
Some, Any or No
Some, Any
Still or Yet
Tell or Say 
"There Is" or "There Are" 
Their, There or They're
Until, Since or For 
Was or Were 1
Was or Were 2
What, When or Where
What, Which or How
Adverbs or Adjectives
Borrow or Lend
To Be" or "To Do" in Questions
North or Northern?
Some or Any?

Word Order
Word Order

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Most English as a Second Language textbooks today are based on the Communicative method. This is a great advancement over the older teaching methods used. However, the Communicative method still has its weaknesses. Whereas some of the older teaching methods placed a heavy emphasis on practice with little to no communication; the communicative method went completely the other direction and eliminated practice activities unless it was “meaningful” practice. While this is optimal many students from languages that have very different grammatical structures from English still need to drill basic patterns until they become second nature to them. This is especially true of beginning students. “Meaningful” practice activities for them are few and far between. These beginning level students are also the ones in greatest need of any kind of practice in order to drive the structures of the English language deep into their mind’s subconscious.

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