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BRITISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH - PART 5 AND LAST (ALL OTHER WORDS)
This part 5 is the last of the British/American English series. It is made up of 3 pages covering all the other terms that weren�t covered in the previous ones. So, do you need to go to a CASH POINT to get some NOTES to pay for the CINEMA before you go on HOLIDAY??? or do you need to go to an ATM to get some BILLS to pay for the MOVIES before you g...
Level: intermediate
Age: 6-14
Type: Choose
Downloads: 63


 
BRITISH VS AMERCIAN ENGLISH - PART 4 (SCHOOL RELATED AND PLACES RELATED TERMS)
In this part 4 that contrasts British and American terms I tried to cover the school and education related terms and places. Good material for those who want to know that they should say "chemist" in the UK whereas "drugstore" in the U.S. Parts 1 (Clothes and baby related terms), Part 2 (food related)and Part 3 (transport and car related terms) ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 6-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 73


 
BRITISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH - PART 3 (CAR AND TRANSPORT RELATED TERMS)
In this Part 3 comparing the terms used in Britain and in America we cover car and transport related terms. Interesting vocabulary for those who want to learn how to refer to vehicles and vehicle parts correctly, whether they are in America or in Britain. Part 1 (baby related and clothing related)and part 2 (food related terms) have also been uploa...
Level: intermediate
Age: 6-17
Type: Choose
Downloads: 100


 
BRITISH TERMS & SLANGS - ADJECTIVES FOR PEOPLE
There are a number of expressions that no-one will teach you at school when you are learning English. This part 4 covers a number of colloquial adjectives for people. WARNING:some of them can be offensive and derogatory.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 185


 
CLEANING YOUR HOUSE - VOCABULARY
basic vocabulary of material / equipment you need when cleaning your house and a worksheet to match the name with the object. Answersheet included as page 2.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 26


 
BRITISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH - PART 1 (BABY & CLOTHES RELATED TERMS)
It is my intention to cover all the terms I can gather that are different when spoken in Britain and in America. This part 1 covers some baby-related words as well as clothes.It is very useful for learners who want to learn the different terms of different countries so that they can speak correctly wherever they go. Hope you like it. Part 2 has bee...
Level: intermediate
Age: 6-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 92


 
TO BE DRUNK AND ALCOHOL RELATED EXPRESSIONS - BRITISH ENGLISH
There are a number of expressions that no-one will teach you at school when you are learning English. If �to be drunk� is the only way you know how to express that one had too much to drink, you will be surprised by these expressions used very often by the British! Great if you want to share with your learners a bit more of the British culture! En...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: Choose
Downloads: 41


 
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY - BASIC POSITIONING RULES AND EXERCISES
THIS WORKSHEET HAS A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE MOST COMMON ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY AND HOW TO POSITION THEM IN A SENTENCE, FOLLOWED BY SIMPLE EXERCISES TO HELP THE LEARNERS TO CONSOLIDATE THE SUBJECT.
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 11


 
IF CLAUSES - EXERCISES ON THE 3 CONDITIONAL TYPES
A WORKSHEET WITH EXERCISES ON THE 3 CONDITIONAL TYPES - OF CLAUSES
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
SPEAKING EXERCISE FOR SHORT ANSWERS THIRD PERSON (YES, HE DOES / NO, HE DOESN�T)
Oral exercise - using only the basic verbs: TO LIKE, TO EAT, TO DRINK and TO HAVE, learners have to provide short answers for the thrid person cases, such as: "Yes, she does" or "No, she doesn�t".
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 41

 

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