«Jeopardy Game» («Своя игра»)

Данная работа предназначена для учащихся 6 классов и разработана в форме интеллектуальной игры «Своя игра». Она может быть использована на обобщающих уроках по грамматике для учащихся, изучающих английский язык по УМК Spotlight (Английский в фокусе). Цель – повторение пройденного учебного материала и выявление знаний учащихся по теме в неформальной обстановке. Задачи: повышение интереса учащихся к изучению английского языка;обобщение и систематизация знаний учащихся по грамматике;развитие ре...
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GRAMMAR

JEOPARDY

Spotlight 6



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ADJECTIVES

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MODAL VERBS

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PRONOUNS

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PREPOSITIONS

__ Monday

__ April

__ two __ night

__ Christmas

__ today

ADJECTIVES

Do adjectives go before or after nouns?

Say the plural of 'ugly'

What's the opposite of 'exciting'?

Which form do we use to comparative two things?

Correct:
It's a house enormous

MODAL VERBS

What does it mean?

«Jeopardy Game» («Своя игра»)

What does it mean?

«Jeopardy Game» («Своя игра»)

Say modal verb for ability

Express that it is necessary to do something

Express that something isn't necessary

PRONOUNS

Personal pronouns

Complete with the possessive pronouns

Which one is not a pronoun: my, you, is, we, their?

Complete with the personal pronouns:

Tom / Susan / The Browns

Choose the correct form:

Merry is older than I / me.

?

What's his job?«Jeopardy Game» («Своя игра»)

Order this sentence:

for you what looking are ?

What is he doing? «Jeopardy Game» («Своя игра»)

Where would you put NOT in this sentence?

I do want to leave tonight.

Where do adverbs of frequency
( never , often ) go in the sentence?

PREPOSITIONS

on Monday

in April

at two at night

on Christmas

___ today

ADJECTIVES

before

'ugly'

Adjectives don't have plural forms

boring

the comparative

form

It' s an enormous house

MODAL VERBS

You can't turn right.

You can turn left.

can

You must water the plants

You don't have to wake up early

PRONOUNS

I, you, he, she, it, we, they

I - my, you - your, he - his, she - her, it - its, we - our, they - their

is

he / she / they


me

?

He's a waiter.

What are you looking for?

He's surfing the net.

I do not want to leave tonight.

Before the main verb.

After the verb " to be "



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