Game to practice using the past progressive tense correctly in sentences. The past progressive is also referred to as the past continuous tense and uses the auxiliary verbs – (to be- was/were) and -ing.
This game replaces the previous game which is now phased out. The old game had the following description:
Past continuous used to volley
past continuous (progressive) with 'used to': Practice past continuous (progressive) with 'used to' using this ESL fun Game.
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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!
Are you struggling with the past progressive tense and looking for a fun way to practice using it correctly in sentences? Look no further than the Past Progressive Tense Racing Game!
Also known as the past continuous tense, the past progressive requires the use of auxiliary verbs "was/were" and "-ing". This ESL game provides an engaging way to practice and reinforce this important grammar rule.
This game is perfect for intermediate and advanced ESL learners who want to enhance their grammar skills. It replaces the old "Past continuous used to volley" game, which has been phased out. Teachers can use this game to engage students in classroom vocabulary or grammar review, energize a dull class, or reward good classroom work.
The Past Progressive Tense Racing Game is a fun and interactive way to improve your English language skills. So, get ready to race to the finish line while correctly using the past progressive tense! Have fun teaching and learning English with this exciting game.