MEC marketing Assistant, Joanna Trzmielewska, writes:
Grammar is often seen as the most boring part of learning a language. However hard students study they still make errors when they attempt to use the language in context.
I found a very interesting grammar exercise on esl.about.com which is a fantastic resource site. In the link below you can find a couple of popular quotes made by George W. Bush. The quotes can be used during a warm-up or practice stage. Simply, give the quotes to your students and ask them to try and find grammar or vocabulary mistakes.
It is a great chance for students to experience real language in real context.
Have a look around the site by clicking on the link below as it is full of Bushisms.
Also, why not check out our American English vs British English resources on MEC. Below are just a few of them.
British v American English: verb and tense use – Grammar Reference Unit
British v American English: vocabulary – Grammar Reference Unit
British v American English: spelling – Grammar reference Unit