A game for practising verb conjugations, any verb and any tense you like.

Number the personal pronouns:

  1. I
  2. You (singular)
  3. He / She / It
  4. We
  5. You (plural)
  6. They

Then show or say an infinitive. Roll a dice and students must conjugate the verb in the selected person. You could play this as a team game, a whole class game or without a competitive element.

To get the answers you could use mini whiteboards, get students to shout out, have a scribe at the board to write the answer, take turns as a class, see how many the class can do in 1 minute, get everyone in the class to do one roll of the dice and time the class…any more ideas?


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4 responses »

  1. pedrozinho76 says:

    Love this idea, and the various others I have quickly breezed through. I will by passing yout blog URL to my other department members! Great stuff.

  2. Anneli Mclachlan says:

    Use at AS/A2, roll three times, once for person, once for verb, once for tense. Then get them to give a sentence using the conjugated verb.

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