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How Good is your Vocabulary?
A worksheet with a variety of exercises; odd one out, word formation, matching word halves,alternative meanings and gap fill. This will promote a lot of discussion as students justify their choices. ANSWER KEY EDITABLE if ungrouped. Enjoy from me downunder to you "up top"!
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
Future sentences
Practice makes perfect. A worksheet with a future tense chart and a number of prompts for students to make their own sentences. Subjects rather than the exact words are given to help the students extend practice into real situations rather than just by rote learning. EDITABLE Enjoy from downunder.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
Pronoun bingo
This is a short worksheet where students complete sentences with the appropriate pronoun including reflexive and possessive pronouns. These is included a set of bingo cards which the students enjoy. I am assuming you know the rules to Bingo. If not, please contact me. I have labelled it elementary but it is really appropriate for all levels as pron...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 8


 
We know your secrets.
Native speakers use tag questions constantly to be polite. Unless a student understands this well they can get in some very embarrassing situations. This is an exercise to practice this. The students guess information about their classmates and then have to confirm it by using tag questions. To be relevant it is important that they use simple sente...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 8


 
Genius in France Student A & worksheet
This is a crazy song which is full of idioms that mean "not all there", "crazy" or "not very bright.". Students love "bagging" each other so this worksheet gives them a choice of slang to use. It is in three parts. Student A listens for missing nouns, Student B for adjectives and Student C for verbs. After listening students get into groups of thr...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 6


 
The Owl and the Pussy Cat
Edward Learīs famous poem "The Owl and the Pussy Cat" has been a favourite for years. This is suitable for all ages. I use it with Intermediates. This worksheet is a listening and/or reading with exercises. It includes comprehension and sentence sequencing. Have fun.ANSWER KEY included
Level: Choose
Age: 8-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 6


 
Genius in France idioms
This is part 2 comprising Students B & C worksheets and the answer key. Something different.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 5


 
Adult Find Someone Who
Ever get sick of "Find someone who" which asks the same boring questions? Then this is for you. It is designed to be used by young adults because of the questions. I tend to prefer the option of one question per student and that way they speak to more people. There are three different worksheets. The teacher can choose to use all three at once so t...
Level: intermediate
Age: 17-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 5


 
The Superman dialogue from Kill Bill 2
Listening to dialogues is more challenging for my students than listening to songs. I focussed on the first 8 sentences for the first 3 listenings. It is so much more difficult than having the script in front of you. I have included a gapfill, vocabulary matching, some phrasal verbs, sequencing and some jumbled sentences. Enjoy
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 5


 
Pairwork
This is a fun speaking and listening exercise to help students to hear differences between certain consonant and vowel sounds. The students work in pairs, reading one line at a time. The partner must differentiate between three similar words.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 3

 

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