Although this is not my original idea, I picked it out of a games book and have found it to be very successful for reviewing structure, especially in question forming for those students whose language uses very few auxiliary verbs:
Take some dice and put labels with the words you want to review on them.
One die could have, for example, infinitives, another could have nouns and another could have a question mark, a negative such as not, and a full stop. The students roll the dice and they have to say something according to what is shown on the dice. For example: work/London/?/ makes the question, "Do you work in London? There are many variations of this and it can also be played with young people who try and make a silly question or sentence.
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