We regret that the AzarGrammar.com website will be closing effective October 31.

Until then, all materials on the site will be accessible for you to download. We know the website has been a much-used and valuable tool for hundreds of thousands of teachers and English learners over the past 12 years. Betty Azar, who owns the site, and her staff have all retired, so we have no choice.

Thank you for being a part of our online community all these years. We wish you the very best in your English language teaching and learning.

Classroom Materials

We are pleased to share these free materials to download and use in your classroom, including worksheets contributed by fellow teachers and the full text of Fun with Grammar by Suzanne Woodward.

Fun With Grammar

Fun with Grammar

Download PDFs of each chapter of Fun with Grammar.




Why I am not a fan of the Communicative Approach:

Commenting on David Barker's Teacher Talk post, The Shapal Method, a reader asks David Barker why he is not a fan of the Communicative Approach. We love David's response.

Video Lessons:

Understanding Spoken English with

Stacy Hagen


Linking with Vowels: Linking can make American English sound very fast. This lesson on linking with vowels will explain why the speech sounds so fast.

Can/Can't: In American English, "can" and "can't" can be confusing. They are not pronounced the way they are written. This lesson will help you better understand "can" and "can't" in spoken English.