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aperkins4
Allen Perkins
United States



I am a native English-speaker from the USA, but I am living and working as an English teacher in Japan.

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Minimal Pair Pokemon
Listen as the teacher reads on word from each row. Follow the words to find out which Pokemon Eevee evolves into. Feel free to edit my worksheet and change the words to more appropriate minimal pairs for your students. I used a wide variety of common mishearings for this example. For pronunciation practice, students can work in pairs and take tu...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 6


 
-ING Versus -ED Adjective Endings.
Description on and practice with when to use -ING adjectives and -ED adjectives for verbs which have both. She was interested in the magician. Correct The magician was interesting to her. Correct She was interesting in the magician. Incorrect The magician was interested to her. Incorrect
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 50


 
About Me (And You)
I consider this a "Second Day" activity. Itīs a bit much for the first day of the year, but after the students have had a day to get to know you, they can spend a day telling you (and other classmates) about themselves! First, students fill out the top section with their personal information. I recommend telling them to save the picture of thems...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type:
Downloads: 11


 
Have You Ever...? MAD LIBS
This is the warm-up activity for a lesson on using "Have you ever + the past participle". In this lesson, tell students that you have a story about your vacation. However, your story is missing words. You need the students to help you complete the story. My classes usually have about 40 students, so I ask them for words in groups of 4. I ask the...
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 12


 
"To Be" Versus "To Have"
Worksheet to practice "to be" and "to have" verbs in the present tense. Many students need practice differentiating when to use these verbs (am, is, are, have, has) and mix them up. In the first section, only the "to be" verbs are used. In the second section, only the "to have" verbs are used. In the third section, any of the five verbs are poss...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 15


 
Have You Ever...? Using the Past Participle (Past Perfect Form)
After the warm-up activity (https://www.eslprintables.com/writing_worksheets/creative_writing/mad_libs/Have_You_Ever_MAD_LIBS_944066/) write the phrase "Have you ever...?" on the board and introduce the meaning if the phrase is new to your students. Use numbers 1 and 2 as examples. It may help to draw a small verb chart on the board showing Present...
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 8


 
CAN, MAY, MUST, WILL, [BE] GOING TO
This is a handout/worksheet to help teach students about auxiliary (helping/modal) verbs. First, introduce each word to the students and explain what each means, with examples. Then have the students pair up for role play reading practice. Make sure students switch roles and read a second time. Before the next activity, have students listen and ...
Level: advanced
Age: 10-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 28

 

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