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time adverbs worksheets > Time adverbs: since, for, still, already, yet - news article and questions, grammar exercises
Time adverbs: since, for, still, already, yet - news article and questions, grammar exercises
A short news article from the BBC followed by vocabulary and simple comprehension questions, and a role play.
Grammar guide based on the news article - it deals with present perfect + since/for, preterite + in/on/at, and present or present perfect + already/still/yet.
Question stimuli to encourage pupils to use these time structures in their own speech.
Lesson plan and answers included.
(Some of the discussion questions will need to be adapted depending on the age and location of your pupils.)
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