Sunday, April 29, 2007

Useful links to other sites
The 161 section has work for intermediate writing, e.g. classification, comparison and cause and effect.
Links for children
Examples of children's writing
Includes examples of call project materials

CALL Syllabus for TOEFL

CALL Syllabus Based on Topics in Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test by Deborah Phillips.

144 Prepositional phrases

145 Verbs and expressions of quantity

146 Inverted verbs

148 Verb agreement

152 Parallel structure with coordinate conjunctions

153 Parallel structure with paired conjunctions

154 Parallel structure with comparisons

158 Comparatives and superlatives

164 Have and past participle

165 Be with present or past participle

166 Will, would, and other modals

169 Past with present

170 Have and had

172 Time expressions and correct tense

173 Will and would

178 Passives

179 Active and passive meanings

182 Singular and plural nouns

183 Countable and uncountable nouns

185 Irregular plurals of nouns

186 Person or thing

190 Pronouns

191 Possessive adjectives and pronouns

193 Pronoun reference

196 Adjectives and adverbs

198 Adjectives after linking verbs

200 Adjective and adverb position

204 -ly adjectives

205 Predicate adjectives

206 -ed and –ing adjectives

210 Articles with singular nouns

211 A and an

212 Article and noun agreement

213 Specific and general idea

217 Prepositions

221 Make and do

222 Like, alike, unlike and dislike

223 Other, another and others


Some Links for TOEFL

Information about TOEFL test

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)








Daily tests

TOEFL podcast


©Dot MacKenzie Sept 2006

Links for Vocabulary Building

1 Online dictionaries

2 Prefixes, suffixes, roots

3 Academic word list

4 Games

5 Advanced

6 General

7 Links

8 Teaching

9 Tests

10 Software

11 Concordance


(If you type TOEFL vocabulary in a search box, you will find thousands of other sites)

©Dot MacKenzie September 2006

Remedial CALL Syllabus for Grammar

Remedial CALL Syllabus for Grammar

There are many sites on the Internet that help students to learn English. The links below are only some of the ones that you can access if you want to study a particular grammar point. Save them as favourites and you will be able to access them again quickly. As you work through your course book, you will discover points that you need to practise.

1 Parts of speech

2 Sentence construction

3 Grammar/Games

4 Agreement

5 Be

6 Have/have got

7 Nouns

8 Verbs

9 Determiners

10 Pronouns

11 Present simple Active/Passive

12 Past simple Active /Passive

13 Passives

14 Irregular verbs

15 Present perfect with for and since

16 Present and past perfect

17 Verbs

18 Participles

19 Articles

20 Phrasal verbs

21 Adjectives - Comparatives/Superlatives

22 Adverbs

23 Prepositions

24 Modals

25 Idioms

26 Irregular plurals

27 Practice TOEFL tests

28 Vocabulary

See separate list

29 Quantifiers

30 Grammar exercises

31 Grammar quizzes

32 Verb exercises


33 Grammar rules
Grammar rules and writing style, listed alphabetically
Grammar and structure explanations with quizzes

Intermediate Grammar Links

Intermediate Grammar Links

Simple past


Simple present


Subject/verb agreement
There are several quizzes on the same topic in this site



Grammar quizzes

Azar workbook

Grammar links

Humorous grammar rules

Grammar exchange