Game to practice using gerunds (ing) and the infinitive (to). It is not always obvious when verbs are followed by a gerund or an infinitive. This game gives practice.
This game replaces the previous game which is now phased out. The old game had the following description:
Ing gerunds infinitive spin
ING gerunds vs. infinitive : Practice ING gerunds vs. infinitive using this ESL fun Game.
Games are great for motivating students to learn. By playing our fun educational games, students can practice and review key English vocabulary, grammar and sentences without the boredom which is usually encountered when doing paper-based gap-fill exercises. Play the game below and do not hesitate to share these resources with other learners. This is the philosophy behind our site - www.eslgamesplus.com.
This game is also excellent for classroom teaching. Teachers can engage students in a classroom vocabulary or grammar review. It is suitable for intermediate and advanced esl learners. It can be used to energize a dull class, to review work that was done or simply as a reward for good classroom work. Have fun teaching and learning English!
Learning English can be challenging, especially when it comes to understanding grammar rules. One area of grammar that can be particularly tricky is knowing when to use gerunds or infinitives after certain verbs. A gerund is formed by adding "-ing" to a verb, while an infinitive is the base form of the verb with "to" in front of it.
To help you practice using gerunds and infinitives, we have created a fun ESL grammar game called the "Monkey Game." In this game, you will help a monkey swing through the jungle by correctly using gerunds or infinitives after different verbs.
The game is simple to play. You will be given a sentence with a verb and you need to decide whether to use a gerund or an infinitive after it. If you choose the correct answer, the monkey will swing through the jungle safely. But if you choose the wrong answer, the monkey will fall and the game will be over.
By playing this game, you will not only improve your understanding of gerunds and infinitives but also develop your grammar skills and vocabulary. You will be able to use these structures correctly in your speaking and writing, and communicate more effectively in English.
So, are you ready to swing through the jungle and master gerunds and infinitives? Let's play the Monkey Game!