Do your adult ESL students need practice with the irregular simple past? Bored with worksheets and grammar book exercises? Why not taskcards? The very irregularity of irregular verbs plagues ESL and NES (native English speaking) students alike. Simply memorizing irregular verbs is difficult and not particularly useful. Students who practice using them in a variety of ways have a better chance of remembering not only what they are, but how to use them.
✔ 1 teacher page
✔ 15 pages of task cards (60 cards)
✔ 2 page answer sheet
✔ 2 page answer key
Cards 1-28 are fill-in-the-blank
with each card having an affirmative statement, a negative statement, a yes/no question, and at least one information question. They gradually increase in difficulty, requiring the students to produce more.
Cards 29-40 are multiple choice
where the students must choose the grammatically correct sentence.
Cards 41-60 each have students doing one of the following: changing an affirmative statement to a negative one, a negative statement into an affirmative statement, an affirmative statement into a yes/no question, or an affirmative statement into an information question (the underlined portion is meant to prompt the student into choosing an information question word or words.
⭐ Simple Past (Irregular Verbs) Grammar Guide with Worksheets
⭐ Irregular Simple Past #1 (Task Cards)
⭐ ESL Irregular Simple Past / Irregular Past Participle Review Game
⭐ Regular Simple Past: Grammar Guide with Worksheets
⭐ Simple Past: Task Cards
This resource is INCLUDED
in the following:
⚡⚡ Simple Verb Tenses Bundle
⚡⚡ Grammar Task Card BUNDLE
⚡⚡ MEGA Grammar BUNDLE for ESL and Secondary
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