This is a new version of the offline Grammar Bubbles game from about 10 years ago. This version is simpler and more visually appealing. It is also more focused on specific grammar points and has a more complex level structure.
This is a game for practicing simple English grammar structures. To play the game, you just have to click on the words to make grammatically correct phrases. For example, 'He eats apples' would be a correct sentence to make; whereas, 'He eat apples' would be a mistake. If you make correct sentences, you get more points, but if you make mistakes, then you lose points.
There are 3 images shown at the side of the screen. If you can make a sentence including these images, then you get more points. To complete eat stage, you have to make sentences with each image.
Stages with similar grammar points are grouped together into maps of about 10 stages. To complete the game, you have to finish each stage in a map. At the end of each stage, the map will display showing your current progress.
The grammar points covered in this game are as follows.
Map One focuses on 1st vs 3rd person verb conjugations.
- Stage 1 - I like vs He likes
- Stage 2 - I am vs He is
- Stage 3 - I wear vs She wears
- Stage 4 - I eat/drink vs He eats/drinks
- Stage 5 - I am vs he is vs they are
- Stage 6 - 'to have' vs 'to be' when describing appearances
- Stage 7 - I don't like vs He doesn't like
- Stage 8 - I watch/read vs She watches/reads
- Stage 9 - Come from vs speaks for countries
Map Two focuses on pronouns.
- Stage 1 - I ... him/her
- Stage 2 - I use my ...
- Stage 3 - He washes his ...
- Stage 4 - She loves her ...
- Stage 5 - My ... are ...
- Stage 6 - He gives ... to him/her
- Stage 7 - He/She ... him/her/us/them
- Stage 8 - His/Her ... is ...
- Stage 9 - They use their ...
- Stage 10 - We clean our ...
- Stage 11 - Our/Their/Your ... are ...
- Stage 12 - He/She ... himself/herself
- Stage 13 - I give/take ... from/to him/her
Map Three focuses on plurals and particles.
- Stage 1 - I want a/some for food
- Stage 2 - I have a/two for body parts
- Stage 3 - She has a/two/three for items
- Stage 4 - He doesn't have a/any
- Stage 5 - He is wearing ... vs He is wearing a ...
- Stage 6 - He ate a vs an
- Stage 7 - There is/are
- Stage 8 - There is/are
- Stage 9 - There isn't/aren't
- Stage 10 - There aren't any ...
This game does not aim to teach any of these grammar points; rather, it is expected that a teacher would do that in class. The aim of this game is simply to practice and reinforce the language.
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Hello! Map two deiffers a lot from the description. Could you possibly correct it?
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Students absolutely love it. Thank you!