This handout has 30 different sentence and question cards that may or may not have a grammatical mistake. Mistakes are related to verb tense, prepositions, phrasal verbs, articles, punctuation, conditionals, comparatives, infinitives, and gerunds. Use as many cards as you like; for an entire lesson or to fill in extra time at the end of the class.
Examples of mistakes in this Handout
Mistake: Traveling by train is more cheaper than traveling by plane.
The comparative form of the adjective cheap is cheaper.
Mistake: We usually drive to home.
Most verbs expressing direction require a preposition such as ‘to’ before the noun, but not when the noun is ‘home’.
Mistake: I bought a scarf yesterday. A scarf is red.
After an object is introduced it is subsequently referred to as ‘the object’.