Patterns in English are interesting to master and are a much more approachable way of teaching grammar. Although I love grammar, most people have an almost allergic reaction to it.
Most of my worksheets, and their style, are best found in the books. I’ve also made one-point cards as examples of common patterns.
Feel free to check them out or keep scrolling for the free worksheets.
I tend to teach adjectives in context, as they enter the students’ topic-based discussions. These sheets, or something you make similar to these, may be helpful for some learners to focus on adjectives.
To be honest, I don’t believe I’ve ever taught adjective word order. It’s never really come up.
Relative pronoun clauses can be tricky for many students. This particular worksheet helps describe the plots of famous books or movies with a simple pattern: It’s about a person who did something.
Once this simple pattern is mastered, it’s easier to expand into other topics and uses.