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Grammar can often be very difficult to teach and just as difficult to learn - but Busyteacher.org has 11,239 printable grammar worksheets in different categories. Whether you're looking for worksheets on a specific topics, like movies, nationalities, or music; or on a specific area of grammar, like tenses, gerunds, prepositions, or modal verbs, BusyTeacher.org has got you covered. All 11,239 of our printable worksheets are completely free to download without registering or logging in, and every single one of them was created and submitted by fellow ESL teachers from around the world.

The worksheets below will help you supplement your lessons, and will also provide additional practice for your students. Our worksheets serve as great gap fillers during lessons, to help your students retain the grammar learned during the lesson. In addition, you can print out each worksheet for your students to take home, so they can continue to practice in their free time. The worksheets below are unique in that they come in various styles. Some are purely for grammar practice, some are colorful with several illustrations for young learners, and some have sound files or are in power point presentation format. You can sort the worksheets below by most popular, latest, and most downloaded.

The worksheets also show which level of ESL learners they're for, which will make your search for a suitable worksheet for your class a breeze. Some of the worksheets aren't limited to just one level or category. You may find that a worksheet can be used for beginner and/or intermediate students. When you find a worksheet that looks useful to you, just click on the thumbnail of that worksheet and preview it before downloading. These worksheets are great for the current style of ESL communication-based education, where you and your students practice language together, rather than just working in a lecture format. As you probably know, using this format is extremely useful, because there are so many exceptions to grammar rules - especially in areas like clauses or passive voice. These aren't areas that students can just memorize by taking notes in a lecture – they need to produce and work with the grammar. That's exactly where these grammar worksheets come into play. They're are not only great resources for the classroom, but also great homework assignments and practice work for students. With the help of these worksheets, students can familiarize themselves with how and why certain grammar topics are used and needed.

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GRAMMAR TIP:What Is Grammar?
English grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the English language. This includes the structure of words, phrases, clauses and sentences. A text that contains more than one sentence is no longer in the realm of grammar but of discourse. The grammar of a language is approached in two ways: descriptive grammar is based on analysis of text corpora and describes grammatical structures thereof, whereas prescriptive grammar attempts to use the identified rules of a given language as a tool to govern the linguistic behaviour of speakers.
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Animals, Numbers, and Colours - Worksheet and Game

Animals, Numbers, and Colours - Worksheet and Game

Thais Dalloz
This worksheet is a game. You will need a dice. Each kid will throw the dice on their turn. After throwing the dice, the kid will choose an animal and color and every kid will write the number and ...
3 Views 2,265 Elem
Numbers Crossword

Numbers Crossword

This is a very simple crossword that can be used to practise writing numbers 1-100. It is followed by a short activity that will make students think about numbers in a familiar context, saying sen ...
3 Views 1,449 BegElem
Native Spanish Speakers: Big Numbers, Ordinal Numbers, Plurals, Forming Questions, Prepositions, Reflexive Pronouns

Native Spanish Speakers: Big Numbers, Ordinal Numbers, Plurals, Forming Questions, Prepositions, Reflexive Pronouns

Michael Patrick
This is an exercise designed for native Spanish speakers as is evident in the translation section. Don't underestimate the importance of numbers in your lesson planning. Many of the plurals are ...
2 Views 2,072 Pre-IntInt

"If I Were a Boy" - Second Conditional Practice

Virginia O F Silva
vfce-if-i-were-a-boy-second-conditional.docx [20.29 Kb] (Count: 475)This worksheet consists of two parts. In the first part, students fill in some gaps with second conditional structures before watching the video. In the second part, there are fo ...
4 Views 3,250 Pre-IntInt
The Sentence Train and Word Order

The Sentence Train and Word Order

Darja Pretnar
This worksheet teaches your beginner students the rules of forming English sentences, focusing mainly on the subject-verb position. Kids (and adults, too) love the image of the train and the idea ...
6 Views 6,060 ElemPre-Int
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Action Verbs Fill in the Blank for Kids

Action Verbs Fill in the Blank for Kids

Tuyen
This common action verbs worksheet is designed with pictures. Kids are asked to fill in the missing letters and write down what they can do and what they can't do. The first activity will help kid ...
5 Views 4,390 BegElem
Verbs to Show Senses

Verbs to Show Senses

ΚΑΤΕΡΙ\
This worksheet provides practice in the use of verbs of senses offering a choice of possibilities for students to create sentences. Students are expected to combine a suitable subject with an appr ...
6 Views 5,082 Pre-Int
Christmas Ghosts - Charles Dickens (Literature - Immersive Reading)

Christmas Ghosts - Charles Dickens (Literature - Immersive Reading)

iClassics Collection
Complete activities related to Charles Dickens' Christmas Ghosts. RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES include: • Character Analysis • Matching Exercise • Quizzes • Glossary &bul ...
2 Views 6,198 Pre-IntIntAdvExam
Personality Adjectives for Kids

Personality Adjectives for Kids

Olga Nazarova
This worksheet has some adjectives that help to describe people. First students have to match the opposites, then there are separate adjectives that you can print, cut and use for miming (one stud ...
2 Views 4,621 BegElem
Adjective Order - Practice 3

Adjective Order - Practice 3

Celia Jenkins
When more than one adjective is used in a sentence, it is important to put them in the right order. Using the acronym O SASh.COM, students can practice putting adjectives in the right order. There ...
6 Views 4,187 Pre-IntIntAdvExam
BUT or THOUGH?

BUT or THOUGH?

M. Crowe
A comparison worksheet aimed at ESL learners on the differences between the words "BUT" and "THOUGH" with examples of how to use them and spaces for learners to adjust "BUT" sentences into "THOUGH ...
3 Views 2,842 Pre-Int
Superlatives: Important Rules

Superlatives: Important Rules

Julieta23
This is a very simple worksheet. It contains the Rule of the Superlative form for students to complete. It also contains examples for students to understand it better. i.e The Burj Khalifa is the ...
4 Views 5,513 ElemPre-Int
Superlative Adjectives

Superlative Adjectives

Tanya Navros
Practising superlatives cards for pair work or work in groups of three. Give your students a chance to exchange ideas based on their personal experience. Cut out the cards which contain questions ...
7 Views 4,159 ElemPre-Int
Comparatives and Superlatives: Size

Comparatives and Superlatives: Size

This simple and useful worksheet can be used to assess comparative and superlative endings for base adjectives (-er / -est) to express degrees of comparison. Great to use in a grammar lesson on de ...
9 Views 7,557 Pre-Int
Noun + Noun Collocations: Food

Noun + Noun Collocations: Food

Ruth Pardiñas
This worksheet can be used to practise 'noun + noun' collocations and help students understand the importance of word order in this kind of structure using some common food vocabulary. The words c ...
3 Views 6,363 All
Quantifiers- How Much and How Many? Discussion Cards

Quantifiers- How Much and How Many? Discussion Cards

Khatuna
This is a worksheet on quantifiers that consists of three exercises and is aimed at practicing how much and how many. Students should discuss the questions in groups of 4. Students are required to ...
4 Views 6,172 ElemPre-Int
Can/Can't Classmate Bingo Game

Can/Can't Classmate Bingo Game

Khatuna Tavartkiladze
This activity will help students practise the modal verbs of ability and possibility 'can' and 'can't'. Students play a game of bingo by finding classmates who can do certain things. Each student ...
3 Views 7,843 ElemPre-IntInt
Likes and Dislikes Conversation Activity

Likes and Dislikes Conversation Activity

Maria Botina
In this activity, students pair up. Each student receives a list of different items and asks his/her partner "Do you like (insert item from list)?" If the partner says "yes," the student colors in ...
6 Views 9,782 BegElem
Where is Judy Going? Zootopia Board Game

Where is Judy Going? Zootopia Board Game

Adela Abd
This board game is played after watching Zootopia. Students learn about Places in Town. It is expected that students can practice asking and giving information, such as "Where is she going?" and " ...
2 Views 5,912 BegElem
Spelling Numbers 1-10

Spelling Numbers 1-10

This is a spelling worksheet for young learners (I used it with kids of about 7-9 years old). It consists of the following pages: first four pages are puzzles thar your students can put together t ...
4 Views 5,489 Beg
Occupations Word Search

Occupations Word Search

Students can use this worksheet as a warm-up activity and learn some words related to occupations. This activity can be done as an in-class activity or students can work individually. The idea is ...
4 Views 5,472 Beg
Should/shouldn't

Should/shouldn't

Khatuna Tavartkiladze
Students in turn take cards and ask for advice from the rest of the group. For example, 'I want to improve my English. What should I do?' Students could challenge each other's advice to make the a ...
3 Views 5,950 ElemPre-IntIntAdv
Cheerleader by OMI

Cheerleader by OMI

Celia
You can teach simple present tense, the rule of the third person and the auxiliaries Do and Does. You can also teach vocabulary. There are two pages, the first one you look for the vocabulary, the ...
2 Views 5,040 Elem
Detective & Suspect Dialogue

Detective & Suspect Dialogue

Aytac KANDEMIR
This is a great dialogue worksheet for learners who have difficulty learning some grammar topics such as past simple, past continuous and past perfect. This worksheet is not suitable for young lea ...
6 Views 7,796 ElemPre-IntInt
Past Perfect Tense Video and Worksheet

Past Perfect Tense Video and Worksheet

Watch a video lesson to help students learn about the past perfect tense, and then complete the worksheet to help them continue to practice using the past perfect tense. This actvity can be used i ...
4 Views 9,779 ElemInt

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