I have taken the question bank from the game Fluent (roadtogrammar.com/fluent) and put them in a format where they can be projected easily in a classroom.
It's simple to use: just go to roadtogrammar.com/trivia and click or tap away. There's a section at the bottom of the page where you can enter team names and track the scores.
It works on mobile, too, so you could have students test each other using their phones.
Here is a new quiz for learning the names of 40 common animals. Try it here: www.roadtogrammar.com/animals
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