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Tapioca

United Kingdom



Iīve taught general and business English in a number of European countries, worked for one of the largest language testing institutions and for an internet publisher so I actually know useless things like what http and url stand for. Did my masters in Applied Linguistics and am qualified in Marketing. My so-called humour is often misunderstood. I tend to ramble on until I have run out of space to

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Introducing the Present Perfect with a comic
Students often find present perfect difficult but itīs a great tense to use if you want to give extra information - particularly information about the present which is connected to information in the past. Hopefully, with this cartoon, your students will always remember that connection because itīs presented simply and itīs funny too. You can...
Level: elementary
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 73


 
Apologising - role play situations
A set of role play situations that students can use to practise the function of apologising (and accepting apologies). You can print them out then cut them up into cards and pass them around for students to work on in pairs. When each pair has finished their brief role play, they pass their card to the next pair.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 38


 
Handout: Introduction to the NARRATIVE TENSES
A 2-page handout in simple English for introducing how the simple past, past continuous and past perfect are used together to tell a story. I made a simple graphic (on the second page) to illustrate how these three tenses together help to form the full īpictureī of the story and understand the order of events.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 21


 
Warm-up/discussion for lesson on function of apologising
A single sheet with quotes to get students talking about apologising. Use it as a 5-minute warm-up to teaching the function, or as a 20-minute discussion topic on when itīs appropriate to apologise. Follow up with situation role-play cards to get students to practise the function.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 17

 


Ask me! Worksheets for students to practice asking questions.
Students often get plenty of practice *answering* questions (most often from the teacher) but not so much in *asking* questions, and it’s a key skill. This exercise encourages them to think about grammar a little more creatively.

Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Downloads: 58

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