Welcome to ESL Printables, the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans,  activities, etc.
Our collection is growing every day with the help of many teachers. If you want to download you have to send your own contributions.

Today,25-4-2015, we are 848080 registered users and we have 590361 printables, 67997 powerpoints and 11157 online exercises.

Rules and instructions    Register    Send a printable    Send a smartboard file    Send a PowerPoint    Make an Online Exercise    Tutorials   Templates   F.A.Q.   Links
 

Log in


Username: 

Password: 

Remember me

Forgot my password

 

 

Contents


Grammar worksheets

Vocabulary worksheets

Listening worksheets

Speaking worksheets

Reading worksheets

Writing worksheets

Cinema and television worksheets

Games  worksheets

Worksheets with songs

Teaching resources

 

 

Forum

Techniques and methods in Language Teaching

Games, activities and teaching ideas

Grammar and Linguistics

Teaching material

Concerning worksheets

Concerning powerpoints

Concerning online exercises

Make suggestions, report errors

Stolen contributions

Ask for help

Message board 

 

Partner sites:

English Exercises.org: here we publish online learning activities for our students.

Magic Vocabulary
English vocabulary games and worksheets generator.
 

 

 

 

Privacy Policy   

   Contact:

 

 

 

Site search


Search documents   Search users   Search bookmarks   Forum search

Level: Age: Type:

Contents:  
Enter here the contents you are looking for (phrasal verbs, halloween,...)

by the user:

Search only recent contributions

 

Search documents by date

 

 

New posts


llucckyy2010
Russian Federation

on classes!!!!   
 
Hello, friends! Could you please help me with the preposions? Is it correct to say on classes and when we can use it? Thank you.

25 Apr 2015


tvoetberg
United States

No, you would not say, "on classes." If you want to indicate that you are attending a class in general, or you are currently in the classroom, you would say "in class."

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


cunliffe
United Kingdom

The article   
 
Hi all. My colleagues always complain that our students (mainly from Pakistan, Poland and Slovakia) do not use the article. I would like to send a slide out to them (my colleagues), with a paragraph on it, with the articles missing. I will ask them to provide an article if necessary. They will be able to do this quickly, without any effort, of course. I would then have the rule fly in, or show that on another slide, just to show them how difficult it is.
But I was wondering if anyone knows of any such resource?  

25 Apr 2015

...There are 2 previous answers...
 


cunliffe
United Kingdom

Hi guys, thank you!
Lesley, I sent you a pm on iSLC and I īve got the ws, thanks. It īs great and I īll use that with my students. What I was after was a paragraph which included as many different reasons for using the article as possible, so that I could get the teachers thinking: what is the rule for that... so they would realise how difficult it is. I īm not expressing this very well! Anyway, I īve written a ridiculous paragraph! Jen bought _ new dress for _  party, then she went to _  party in _ new dress. She met _ man in _ far corner who told her was _ teacher in _ morning and a gardener on _ sunny days. He offered her _ pickled onion and _ glass of _ beetroot juice then asked her if she preferred _ cats or _ dogs etc.... This is the quality of my training for staff, ha ha! 

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


nata_olen
Ukraine

Plural   
 
Hello everyone!
How is it correct to say? - Cherries are my favourite fruit. or Cherries is my favourite fruit. Can you explain why? 

25 Apr 2015

...There are 5 previous answers...
 


nata_olen
Ukraine

Thanks a lot for your explanations!!! Now it is clear for me.
What will I do without you all?)))

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


nasreddine Sarsar
Tunisia

A word of thanks   
 
Hi everybody, On this fabulous site, I have know three categories of people. The first category invilves professionals who exert precious efforts to come up with decent worksheets, PowerPoint presentations, or online exercises. These people actually wait for nothing in return when they post their worksheets. They just want to add spice to the learning experience, to my mind. The second category of people includes people who contribute anything just to gain points which will allow them to download what others have put a lot of time and intellect into. Altough the site regulations are clear, these people use deceptive ways to gain points that they do not reserve. Some of them are not at all considerate when they copy and paste the work of their colleagues! The third category of people engulfs those who download the work of others and do not type a word of thanks, which won īt take them two seconds! In my culture, we believe in our prophet Moahmed peace be upon him who says;" those who do not thank people do not thank God"! I want to express my profound thanks to all who tanked me for my humble work. Also I would like to thank those who are doing their best to produce something decent worth of downloading. Again, I am sorry if I hurt anyone with my remark. I mean no offense. Thanks to all of you.

25 Apr 2015

...There are 3 previous answers...
 


spinney
United Kingdom

Wow! Thanks for the kind words, Nasreddine. 

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


nhatminh0904
Vietnam

vocabulary   
 
Please tell me what is wrong An exceptional tornado hit th town last night. Thanks in advance

24 Apr 2015

...There is 1 previous answer...
 


MoodyMoody
United States

Try "An exceptionally strong tornado hit the town last night." This changes the adjective exceptional into the adverb exceptionally, which can mean very unusually.. This also corrects the spelling of "th" to "the."

24 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


AL3NA
Mexico

Pull a Ferguson?   
 

Hi everyone.

I was doing some online reading and came across this expression: “He tried to pull a Ferguson.” Does anyone know what this means?

Thanks


24 Apr 2015

...There are 4 previous answers...
 


seansarto
China

Nelssa is most correct in the intpretation. It is a cynical phrase in a politically cynical environment, not racist. It means to overreact about something.

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


Ruwayda37
Egypt

question tag for"Let us"   
 

Hello dear members

I read in a book that the question tag for "Let īs" is "shall we?" and that the question tag for "Let us" is "will we?"I agree with the first point but I think that the second one (that the question word for "Let us" is "will we?") is not right and I īm not sure about that. Could you clarify this for me please?
 

24 Apr 2015

...There are 4 previous answers...
 


mohzayat
Egypt

when we say " Let us " it is formal , so it is not suggestion but it is for taking permission , So the doer is "You". so the tag will be " Will you? or " won īt you"
I wish I have added something
thanks a lot.

25 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


dmharg
Greece

need help for outdoor activities to practise vocabulary   
 
My dear friends, I need your halp once again. Now that the weather is finally hot an sunny (it was about time haha) I need some ideas about having a lesson in the garden. There are olive trees, fig trees, apricot trees, lots of grass, a chicken coop a green house with vegetables and many more things. Today I tried something and the kids were excited but I really need more ideas. Please could you help me?

24 Apr 2015

...There are 3 previous answers...
 


Carolinenjnc
United States

Thanks for sharing! I love it and will use it!

24 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


caren_630
Egypt

Help   
 
I need urgent help with the following question plzzzzzz Correct the verb between brackets: (why?  1. I ..........(have) difficulties with the computer. I don īt know how it works

24 Apr 2015

...There are 3 previous answers...
 


yanogator
United States

I agree with Georgi and Lynne that "I am having trouble with this computer" would be best, but "I am having trouble with the computer" is still correct. If your boss comes to your desk and says, "Is all of the equipment working correctly?", you could answer, "I am having trouble with the computer, but all the other items are fine."

 Anyway, "am having" is definitely the correct form of the verb, as they both said.

Bruce 

24 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 


ayelenfernandez
Argentina

HELP ME! PLEASE, I CANNOT UPLOAD A DOCUMEN IN ORDER TO DOWNLOAD STH!   
 

I have 0 points so I want to make a contribution, that is to say, send them a printable in order to get points, but when I click on "send a printable" there is an error. I attached the screencapture. HELP PLEASE!

24 Apr 2015

...There is 1 previous answer...
 


redcamarocruiser
United States

I had the same problem and created this tutorial to help others. It is a tutorial, so no points are needed to download it.
 
Also check the size of the document. If over 1MB, you will need to reduce the size of any pictures to make the document smaller.
Other suggestions are change browsers, clear the cache and cookies, as well. 
 

24 Apr 2015

Post an answer    
 

Hot topics      New topics

 

 

New worksheets

Passive Voice 2
An esay worksheet to practise Passive Voice
Level: elementary
Age: 12-12
Downloads: 78

 
 
 
 
Food
It is very interesting for you.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 14

 
 
 
 
BRITISH VERSUS AMERICAN ENGLISH1
first of a series of 3 pictionaries to help students learn the differences between American and british English
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 18

 
 
 
 
BRITISH VERSUS AMERICAN ENGLISH WORKSHEET1
this is the worksheet that goes with the pictionary
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 3

 
 
 
 
BRITISH VERSUS AMERICAN ENGLISH2
2nd pictionary
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 17

 
 
 
 
Review
A group of activities language and vocabulary.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Downloads: 28

 
 
 
 
Body Parts Song by Brendan Parker
Song activity
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 14

 
 
 
 
Mid-term 3 test // 3rd forms Sc // Tunisia students
The test comprises 2 parts: listening tasks + languages tasks. The link for the listening is included. Hope it is useful.
Level: advanced
Age: 18-100
Downloads: 32

 
 
 
 
Great Family photos! ♥
practice the family members!! with your own family!!
Level: elementary
Age: 3-8
Downloads: 4

 
 
 
 
Expressions of cause and effect

Level: elementary
Age: 13-15
Downloads: 25