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douglas
pittstop.us
United States



Hi, I m an American expat living and teaching ESL in Germany and having a lot of fun doing it! br br I would appreciate a PM message if you notice errors on any of my materials.

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"Continuing" Questions: forming questions in the continuous tenses
This is my next worksheet on forming questions. This worksheet provides an explanation, exercises and a key for forming questions in the past and present continuous (progressive) tenses. Hope you can use it, Douglas
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 133


 
Whoīs Bringing the Presents?
Hereīs a little reading exercise with some activities and a crossword puzzle I put together for Christmas. (Some of the text is taken directly from wikipedia) Merry Christmas! Douglas
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 130


 
Common Verbs and to do
I noticed some of my beginning students are still having trouble deciding between "do" and "does" so I threw this worksheet together real quick to help them practice. It also introduces them to the 32 most common verbs in English. Hope it helps. WARNING: question #37 is a trick question Douglas
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 126


 
Cryptoquiz #5: Christmas fun (key included)
Hereīs another of my cryptoquizs. It focuses on Christmas vocabulary and is pretty easy to do. Some may not know the names of a couple of the songs, but they wil figure them out. Merry Christmas//Happy Holidays//and a healthy and prosperous New Year. KEY INCLUDED.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 122


 
Grammar Bites #4 (with answer key)
Here is grammar bites #4-- a worksheet for students to practice 5 different grammar topics. In this worksheet the topics are: Order of Adverbs, Forming Adverbs, Using Make/Do/Take, Answering with So/Neither, and the Present Continuous (progressive) Tense. An answer key is included. Hope itīs as helpful for your students as much as it was for mine....
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 117


 
Crypto Quiz #3 Pony Express
Hereīs Crypto-Quiz #3 itīs about the Pony Express. I hope you like it. I was inspired to make these quizs after using some of mulleīs funsheets in class--please check-out her work itīs great.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 114


 
Using the Accusative and Infinitives Together
Here is a worksheet I threw together as practice for a student I am tutoring. It covers the VERB + OBJECT + INFINITIVE structure and has emphasis on when to use "to" with the infinitive. It includes 3 exercises with a total of 32 sentences and an answer key. Hope you can use it. Douglas
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 107


 
U2: Sunday Bloody Sunday Comprehension and Research Worksheet
This is a worksheet I put together by request of some of my students. They really enjoy doing internet research in English so I have combined a listening lesson with internet research. The song, Sunday Bloody Sunday, is relatively simple, but you will find that the research is definately advanced. I have included an answer key Please note that ...
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 95


 
Grammar Bites #3 (with answer key)
Here is the third "Grammar Bites"--a worksheet for practicing various grammar topics in small "bites". Grammar Bites 3 covers: comparative/superlative; plurals; preps of place (in,at,on); past simple vs present perfect; and possessives. Hope itīs useful (my students are very happy with it). Douglas PS-an answer key is included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 87


 
You Want to Date My Daughter?
This is a fun little worksheet I put together based on something a Facebook friend sent me. It is an application for dating my daughter. There is a lot of vocabulary that is usually seen when filling out job applications and students (especially adults with children)can have fun filling-out and discussing the form. Have fun! Douglas
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 87

 

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