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Present continuous/Present simple
Visit http://www.inglestotal.com/present-simple-and-present-continuous-diferencias-y-ejercicios/ to read about the difference and do some exercises on these uses.
Another important point is to tell the difference between state verbs or activity verbs:
Uses of the Present Perfect/Present perfect continuous and Past simple.
Go to English page.com to review the difference between Present Perfect and Past simple.
For an explanation about the difference between Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous visit:
Visit Cristina Cabal´s website to play a game with a classmate
Uses of the future tenses
Learn about the use and do some activities here:
The Future: will/be going to, by Cristina Teixeira
Or practise the use of future tenses below:
1) There are some exercises on modal verbs on http://www.autoenglish.org/modalverbs.htm. Start doing the exercises on Can could, be able to.
2) Download a worksheet from http://www.autoenglish.org/modalverbs/gr.mustnt.pdf and do some exercises on don't have to / must
3) On the same page you will find some exercises and a video, mp3 lesson, an exercise online and a pdf lesson on must, have to, should and ought to. Or click below:
4. Conditional sentences
For a full explanation on conditional sentences go to http://www.e-grammar.org/if-clauses/
Emphasizing is not compulsory. Look at some examples and do some activities:
Mix and Match, fill in the gaps...
Some activities on the third conditional on this website: http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/thirdconditional/menu.php
Nuria Ortiz's exercise
Practise the third conditional clicking on the left. Get more practice on the third conditional on http://www.englishexercises.org/buscador/buscar.asp?nivel=any&age=0&contents=third+conditional&B1=Search
Mixed Conditionals Exercise
Download a pdf file with answers from autoenglish. org: http://www.autoenglish.org/gr.conmixed.pdf
Explanation and activities on https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/english-grammar-reference/quantifiers
Find some more activities on them on www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/quantifiers/quanitifiers-index.htm
There´s also a whole unit with some activities on quantifierswhich includes a podcast right at he end of the lesson on BBC Learning English
Review the irregular / regularverbs
Go to Downloads Grammar to revise the irregular verbs in English singing a song and doing different activities.
Practise the pronunciation of -ed endings on englishmedialab
More practice on English Maven
In addition, watch the video with an explanation on regular verbs endings by Eng vid
If you need to study a specific grammar point, you might find lots of videos made by native speakers explaining it on Youtube. You have some examples above for the search "Phrasal verbs". I really recommend Phrasal Verbs (Introduction) - Lesson 17 - English Grammar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLeNXRHBnpA
To get more information on the use of separable and non-separable phrasal verbs, please visit International School Link www.internationalschoollink.com/phrasal-verbs-separable-and-non-separable/
Phrasal verbs (travel)
Listening activities about this topic clicking on the picture below: source http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/
and an exercise on the same topic: http://a4esl.org/q/h/lb/pvtravel.html
3. look like, be like, like
Learn the difference on http://www.learn-english-online.org/Lesson42/Lesson42.htm or on bbc world service you can download their pdf file: http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammarchallenge/pdfs/gc_21_like_quizzes.pdf
Click the picture above to do an exercise after reading the explanations.
Do another activity on http://www.learn-english-today.com/lessons/lesson_contents/like_look-like%20ex.html
Learn more about reported speech watching videos and doing some activities. http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=6814
Practise the passive voice filling in the gaps this text about maple syrup.