Games & Exercises for Practicing Your English

Games & Exercises for Practicing Your English


Here’s a collection of games and exercises that I’ve found online to help you practice your English skills.


Adjectives & Opposites (Easy)

Comparatives & Superlatives (Geography Theme)

Using ‘should’ and ‘shouldn’t’ to give advice.   Listening exercise (Health Theme)



Practice the sounds of the past simple ending (-ed) here.

A word stress audio game.  Do you know which syllable is stressed in these words?

Intonation Game.  Learn how the tone of your voice can change the meaning of what you say.



Fling The Teacher Game  (Practice with the conditional)

Who Wants To Be A Billionaire Game (Conditional Mood)

First Conditional Exercises

First Conditional Exercises (2) 

Second Conditional Exercises 

Second Conditional Exercises (2) 

Third Conditional Exercises 

Third Conditional Exercises (2)

Choose between the 1st and 2nd Conditional

Choose between the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Conditional

Classroom Game to practice the first conditional:

Teacher starts with:  ‘If I go shopping today I’ll buy some chocolate’, next student says ‘If I buy some chocolate, I’ll eat it all’, next student says ‘If I eat it all, I’ll get fat’, etc.

Classroom Resources for the conditional:

Tic Tac Toe Sheets