The home page of Road to Grammar features a set of 365 short quizzes with answers and notes. If you want to spend 10 minutes improving your English, this is the place to start.
2 Extended Practice
These are slightly longer practice activities, usually containing 40 or more questions. In this section, you will find some vocabulary practice and some great explanations of complex grammar points.
Feel like a break? Here are nine word games to try. Can you get a high score?
4 Business English
There are some activities specifically for Business English learners at roadtogrammar.com/businessenglish
5 Keep in touch
Get daily grammar and vocab tips from RoadToGrammar's Instagram page: instagram.com/roadtogrammar
You can also view RoadToGrammar's Facebook page at facebook.com/roadtogrammar/
Road to Grammar has a set of 365 short quizzes with answers and notes. Teachers can use these in various ways:
The quizzes can be accessed on mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones.
To link directly to a quiz, use roadtogrammar.com/?<quiznumber>
For example, roadtogrammar.com/?1 links to quiz number one.
You can always place a link to RoadToGrammar on your blog or website. You do not need to ask permission, just go ahead and place the link.
2 Extended Practice
These are slightly longer practice activities, usually containing 40 or more questions. They will certainly be useful if you are doing that particular topic with your students.
The extended practice activities will work well on a Smartboard and can be carried out as a class activity. These activities can also work well as a warm-up activity. For example, you could do ten questions from the idioms activity (roadtogrammar.com/idioms) and see how many the class can get right.
Most of these activities will work on a mobile device.
The FLUENT game can be used as a class activity with two teams (roadtogrammar.com/fluent).
There is a simple ESL Trivia game that is ideal as a warm-up activity: roadtogrammar.com/trivia
Simply divide the class into two teams and ask them to answer the question that appears. The first team to ten points wins (for example).
4 PDF Downloads
Apart from the quiz PDFs, there is a separate PDFs page that contains PDF downloads for teachers. They are mostly conversation practice handouts. Especially recommended are the conversation worksheets on fame, globalization, censorship, technology, the unexplained and capital punishment.
5 Units and courses
There is an entire Business English mini-course that comes with audio, teaching notes and answer key at: www.roadtogrammar.com/units/business1/
There are also units on Holidays, Health and Shopping and other topics at www.roadtogrammar.com/units
All of these can be printed out or done online. Feel free to use them as you wish.
There is a kids’ version of the site at: www.roadtogrammar.com/junior
The kids’ version has kid-friendly graphics and adult themes and references have been removed.
7 Business English
A selection of Business English resources is available at www.roadtogrammar.com/businessenglish
Resources include a Business English mini-course and instruction on how to write various emails.
8 Miscellaneous resources
Miscellaneous resources of interest to teachers are located at: www.roadtogrammar.com/tools
These include smartphone activities to do with your class, a program that can rate the difficulty level of a task and a collection of video units
9 Keep in touch
RoadToGrammar has a Twitter account for teacher talk and resources: twitter.com/roadtogrammar, username: @roadtogrammar
You can also view roadtogrammar's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/roadtogrammar/
Schools / Course Providers
Please feel free to use roadtogrammar.com to support your courses.
The quizzes can be used in class where there is an internet connection and smartboard or projector.
Course materials can be found at www.roadtogrammar.com/units
Who created Road to Grammar?
I am an experienced teacher currently based in Asia, with twenty years of experience in ESL and e-learning. I maintain this site in my free time. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.