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englishbanana.combig grammar book2by Matt Purland101 worksheets for English lessonsElementary Level (A1 / A2)

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English Banana.cominfo@englishbanana.comISBN 978 0 9557015 0 4 (print edition)ISBN 978 0 9557015 3 5 (pdf ebook edition)First published in the UK by English Banana.com 2014Public DomainThe author and sole copyright holder of this document has donated it to the public domain. Anybodycan use this document, for commercial and non-commercial purposes.

English Banana.comBig Grammar Book2IntroductionHello again . . . !. . . and welcome to big grammar book 2! Why another Big Grammar Book? Wasn’t the firstone big enough? Well, it’s eleven years since I wrote the first book and it has been, without adoubt, the most popular of all my English Banana books. It’s always the first book that peopleask me about; it’s always cited as the most useful and valuable of my books; indeed it hasbeen downloaded for free hundreds of thousands of times! No matter how much I love andpromote my other children (I mean, books!) BGB is what people want. So, I often used to jokeabout making a sequel: give the people what they want. This summer I thought: why not?Like its older sibling, BGB 2 is packed with 101 printable worksheets for teaching andimproving grammar skills in English. The topics are wide and varied, starting with EssentialEnglish worksheets that cover the basics, like the alphabet, days, months, and telling thetime; then tenses (a lot about tenses!), then irregular verbs, question forms, word order insentences, parts of English, uncountable nouns, and so on! If you have used the first BGB,you will know what to expect from this one. Around 25% of the worksheets in this book areclosely modelled on activities in BGB 1, for example Full Stops 1 & 2 (pp.68-69).The material starts off at beginner level, with the alphabet worksheets, then getsprogressively more difficult, while staying in Elementary (A1 / A2) level. Only towards the enddo things get “tougher”, with articles, conditionals, and phrasal verbs making their inevitableappearance! Don’t worry – all the answers and notes for use are included at the back of thisbook.English teachers can use big grammar book 2 in class, although it may be better to use theworksheets for homework and let students focus on speaking and listening and group work –producing language – in class. It is ideal for private study – i.e. homework or self-study – andalso for use in online lessons. Teachers can adapt the worksheets in this book, and I wouldpositively encourage them to treat many of the pages as templates for producing their ownactivities. For example, the sentence building worksheets (from p.60) would be ideal foradaptation, among many others. Please feel free to download and adapt the .doc Worddocument files for each page which are available at our website. By the way, this is the firstEnglish Banana.com book to be published straight into the public domain. This means thatanybody can print, copy, adapt, sell, give away, and otherwise use this work – for commercialand non-commercial purposes. I hope you enjoy learning English with big grammar book 2!Remember, a good understanding of English grammar will open doors of opportunity.Thank you to all my students who have good-naturedly tried out these worksheets in class.Special thanks to my friends Iramaia and Marcelo who have been kind enough to readthrough and test out different parts of this book. Your feedback has been invaluable! If youhave any questions or comments, I would love to hear your feedback too! You can email meat: info@englishbanana.comMatt PurlandthOstróda, Poland, 27 June 2014For more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!big grammar book 24.

English Banana.comBig Grammar Book2Contents4.5.IntroductionContentsPart .42.Essential SpellingsEssential Spellings – Correct 15 ErrorsTrace the Letters of the English AlphabetWriting the AlphabetAlphabet Fun 1Alphabet Fun 2Trace the Days of the WeekTrace the Months of the YearWhat’s the Time? – Blank Clocks TemplateWhat’s the Time? 1What’s the Time? 2The 40 Most Common Verbs in English (in order)The 40 Most Common Verbs in English (in order) – Gap-FillThe Most Important Verbs in English – Present SimpleThe Most Important Verbs in English – Past SimpleThe Most Common Times and Tenses in EnglishThe Most Common Times and Tenses in English – Question SheetMatch Time, Tense, and FormMatch Time, Tense, and Form – Error CorrectionIdentifying 5 Forms of the VerbTroubling Tenses – What’s the Best Time? 1Troubling Tenses – What’s the Best Time? 2Everyday Actions – Yesterday, Today, TomorrowDaily Routines – What did Billy Do Last Week?Daily Routines – What has Billy’s Mum Done This Week?English Tenses Revision TestEnglish Tenses Revision Test – Sample AnswersEnglish Tenses Revision Test – Sample Answers (Gap-Fill)Sentence Blocks – Present SimpleSentence Blocks – Present ContinuousSentence Blocks – Past SimpleSentence Blocks – Present PerfectSentence Blocks – Future SimpleTense Conversion – Practise English TensesPart Two44.45.Learn 40 Common Irregular Verbs in EnglishLearn 40 Common Irregular Verbs in English – PracticeFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!big grammar book 25.

English Banana.comBig Grammar 8.Learn 40 Common Regular Verbs in EnglishLearn 40 Common Regular Verbs in English – PracticeIrregular or Regular Verbs?Write Your Own Verbs ChallengeQuestion Forms (Present Simple Tense)Question Forms (Present Continuous Tense)Question Forms (Past Simple Tense)Question Forms (Present Perfect Tense)Question Forms (Future Simple Tense)Yes / No Questions – Match the AnswersYes / No Questions – Positive and Negative Gap-Fill‘Wh - ’ Questions 1‘Wh - ’ Questions 2Part 75.76.77.78.79.80.81.82.83.84.85.Make a Sentence with SVOPT – Subject Verb Object Place Time 1Make a Sentence with SVOPT – Subject Verb Object Place Time 2Make a Sentence with SVOPT – Subject Verb Object Place Time 3Make a Sentence with SVOPT – Subject Verb Object Place Time 4Using Capital Letters 1Using Capital Letters 2Basic Sentence Punctuation 1Basic Sentence Punctuation 2Full Stops 1Full Stops 2Using Capital Letters 3Using Capital Letters 4Using Numbers 1Using Numbers 2Working Out Prices 1Working Out Prices 2Word Classes in English – RevisionWord Classes in English 1Word Classes in English 280 Opposite Adjectives – Complete the TableComparative and Superlative Adjectives40 Verbs, Nouns, and Adjective Pairs-ing Adjective or -ed Adjective? 1-ing Adjective or -ed Adjective? 2Order of Adjectives in English 1Order of Adjectives in English 2For more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!big grammar book 26.

English Banana.comBig Grammar Book2ContentsPart y Useful List of 100 Irregular Plural Nouns in EnglishIrregular Plural NounsSingular and Plural Nouns100 Common Uncountable Nouns in English100 Common Uncountable Nouns in English – Add the Vowel LettersCountable and Uncountable Nouns 1Countable and Uncountable Nouns 2Understanding Articles in EnglishNoun CategoriesWhich Article Is Correct? 1Which Article Is Correct? 2How to Use Pronouns 1 – I, me, my, mine, myselfHow to Use Pronouns 2 – you, you, your, yours, yourselfHow to Use Pronouns 3 – he, him, his, his, himselfHow to Use Pronouns 4 – she, her, her, hers, herselfHow to Use Pronouns 5 – we, us, our, ours, ourselvesHow to Use Pronouns 6 – they, them, their, theirs, themselves1st, 2nd, or 3rd Conditional? 11st, 2nd, or 3rd Conditional? 220 Basic English Phrasal Verbs – Mixed Tenses 120 Basic English Phrasal Verbs – Mixed Tenses 2Complete the Sentences 1Complete the Sentences 2Complete the Sentences 3Complete the Sentences 4Big Grammar Book 2 – Big Quiz!114. Answers to worksheets and notes for useFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!big grammar book 27.

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English Banana.comEssential EnglishEssential Spellingsa b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y zA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y ZMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, SundayJanuary, February, March, April, May, JuneJuly, August, September, October, November, Decemberspring, summer, autumn, arterhalfthree 000twenty onetwenty twotwenty threetwenty fourtwenty fivetwenty sixtwenty seventwenty eighttwenty ninethirtyfortyfiftysixtyseventyeightyninetya hundreda hundred and onea thousanda thousand and oneten thousanda hundred thousanda milliona billionFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 29.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishEssential Spellings – Correct 15 Errorsa b c d e f j h i g k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y zA B C D E F G H I J K L M N Q P O R S T U V W X Y ZMonday, Tuesday, Wenesday, Thursday, Friday, Satuday, Sundayjanuary, February, March, Avril, May, JuneJuly, August, September, November, October, Decemberspring, summer, autum, arterharfthree 0twenty onetwenty twotwenty threetwenty fortwenty fivetwenty sixtwenty seventwenty eighttwenty ninethirtyfourtyfiftysixtyseventyeightyninetya hundreda hundred and onea thousanda thousand and oneten thousanda hundred thousanda miliona billionFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 210.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishTrace the Letters of the English AlphabetAAaa BBbb CCcc DDddEEee FFff GGgg HHhhIIii JJjj KKkk LLll MMmmNNnn OOoo PPpp QQqqRRrr SSss TTtt UUuuVVvv WWww XXxx YYyyZZzz1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0For more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 211.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishWriting the AlphabetFill in the gaps:Aa BF GgK LlPp QU VvZzCc D EeHh I JjM Nn ORr S TtW Xx YFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 212.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishAlphabet Fun 1Which letter is in the wrong place? Draw a circle around it and write the correct dafgh7.uvwxgz8.qrstuw9.fghljk10.ahcdefFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 213.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishAlphabet Fun 2Complete each gap with either a lower case or upper case rRGHgIhWMXdNeZfPxEjYOwsoQFGuFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 214.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishTrace the Days of the WeekMonday Monday Monday MondayTuesday Tuesday Tuesday TuesdayWednesday Wednesday WednesdayThursday Thursday Thursday ThursdayFriday Friday Friday Friday FridaySaturday Saturday Saturday SaturdaySunday Sunday Sunday Sundaylast week last week last weekyesterday yesterday yesterdaytoday today today today today todaytomorrow tomorrow tomorrownext week next week next weekFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 215.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishTrace the Months of the YearJanuary January January JanuaryFebruary February February FebruaryMarch March March March MarchApril April April April April April AprilMay May May May May May May MayJune June June June June JuneJuly July July July July July JulyAugust August August August AugustSeptember September SeptemberOctober October October OctoberNovember November NovemberDecember December DecemberFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 216.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishWhat’s the Time? – Blank Clocks 1129384765big grammar book 217.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishWhat’s the Time? 1 – Draw hands on the clocksA)1112B)11011296294738547It’s quarter past eight.11C)1211D)296111238547111F)2984It’s half past two.5512110366It’s ten past twelve.10712It’s one oh five.E)12947510386It’s ten forty.110110381229384765It’s nine o’clock.big grammar book 218.

English Banana.comEssential EnglishWhat’s the Time? 2 – Write the time below each clock in 9384765big grammar book 219.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe 40 Most Common Verbs in English (in order)Each English verb has five forms. We use different forms to make different seemhelpshowhearplayrunmovelivebelievebrings formpast tenseam, are, sshowshearsplaysrunsmoveslivesbelievesbringswas, plebeenhaddonesaidbeen / runmovedlivedbelievedbroughting ivingbelievingbringingregular IFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 220.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe 40 Most Common Verbs in English (in order) – Gap-FillEach English verb has five forms. We use different forms to make different 62728293031323334353637383940infinitives formpast tensepastparticipleing formregular ivebelievebringFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 221.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe Most Important Verbs in English – Present n:am / I’mare / you’reis / ’sis / ’sis / ’sare / we’reare / they’ream not / ’m notare not / ’re notis not / isn’tis not / isn’tis not / isn’tare not / aren’tare not / aren’tAm I?Are you?Is he?Is she?Is it?Are we?Are :dododoesdoesdoesdododo not / don’tdo not / don’tdoes not / doesn’tdoes not / doesn’tdoes not / doesn’tdo not / don’tdo not / don’tDo I?Do you?Does he?Does she?Does it?Do we?Do ion:have / ’vehave / ’vehas / ’shas / ’shas / ’shave / ’vehave / ’vehave not / do not havehave not / do not havehas not / does not havehas not / does not havehas not / does not havehave not / do not havehave not / do not haveHave I? / Do I have?Have you? / Do you have?Has he? / Does he have?Has she? / Does she have?Has it? / Does it have?Have we? / Do we have?Have they? / Do they :gogogoesgoesgoesgogodo not go / don’t godo not go / don’t godoes not go / doesn’t godoes not go / doesn’t godoes not go / doesn’t godo not go / don’t godo not go / don’t goDo I go?Do you go?Does he go?Does she go?Does it go?Do we go?Do they go?*contractions are possible, e.g. I have not I haven’t; he does not have he doesn’t have, etc.big grammar book 222.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe Most Important Verbs in English – Past n:waswerewaswaswaswerewerewas not / wasn’twere not / weren’twas not / wasn’twas not / wasn’twas not / wasn’twere not / weren’twere not / weren’tWas I?Were you?Was he?Was she?Was it?Were we?Were :diddiddiddiddiddiddiddid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tdid not / didn’tDid I?Did you?Did he?Did she?Did it?Did we?Did ion:hadhadhadhadhadhadhadhad not / did not havehad not / did not havehad not / did not havehad not / did not havehad not / did not havehad not / did not havehad not / did not haveHad I? / Did I have?Had you? / Did you have?Had he? / Did he have?Had she? / Did she have?Had it? / Did it have?Had we? / Did we have?Had they? / Did they :wentwentwentwentwentwentwentdid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t godid not go / didn’t goDid I go?Did you go?Did he go?Did she go?Did it go?Did we go?Did they go?*contractions are possible, e.g. I had not I hadn’t; she did not have she didn’t have, etc.big grammar book 223.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe Most Common Times and Tenses in Englishgeneral timepresent simpleinfinitive / s formpast up to now (unfinished time)present perfectpast participlenowpresent continuousing formpast (unfinished time)past simplepast tense / infinitivefuturefuture simpleinfinitiveFor more fun worksheets, games, and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now!This worksheet can be photocopied and used without chargebig grammar book 224.

English Banana.comTest Your Grammar SkillsThe Most Common Times and Tenses in English – Question SheetTo avoid making errors, it is important that time, tense, and form match in English:1. We use tense to talk about actions in the future.2. If an action happened today I would use tense.3. We use tense to talk about actions in the past.4. To make present continuous tense I need to use ‘be’ form.5. If an action happened yesterday I would use tense.6. We use tense to talk about regular actions.7. To make questions and negative sentences in past simple I need to useform.8. If an action just happened I would use tense.9. We use tense to talk about actions at the moment.10. To make future simple tense I need to use ‘will’ form.11. If an action happened two days ago I

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