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spinney
Dale
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Iīm a Brit living in Spain teaching English because thatīs all I could find over here. I like it though.

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Phrasal Verbs About Emotions
A nice, long worksheet on phrasal verbs connected to oneīs emotions. There is also a story and role-play plus a bingo game to drum them in. Answers are provided.
Level: advanced
Age: 16-100
Type:
Downloads: 48


 
Siamese Twins - Words pairs or groups - Idioms
A little worksheet on binomials and other word groups that students often get wrong (give and take, give or take, here and there, here nor there etc.). There are three different exercises and itīs all topped off with a game which can then be used again and again to help hammer it home. An answer key is provided.
Level: advanced
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 48


 
Book Adjectives and Adaptation Debate
A short exercise using adjectives commonly used to describe books. There is also a debate on which book to adapt for TV with the participants taking the parts of executives at an online TV channel. They have to choose two of the books according to their personality cards. There is also a short preposition/phrasal verb exercise with answers provided...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type:
Downloads: 48


 
How to Complain - activity worksheet
Another one for Aftab57: I have used this a fair bit and found it to be very helpful. Also, the students love it. There is a little bit of grammar at the beginning but it is all laid out so, no need to spend time writing on the board. I get the students to read the sentences out and then get them to give me other examples. There is then a dice game...
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Type:
Downloads: 48


 
Phrasal Verb About Education: A2.3 level
A simplified, and shorter, version of my other phrasal verb worksheet on the subject of education. This one has an extra game (snap) and some other phrasal verbs, too. Answers at the back.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type:
Downloads: 48


 
Homophone Fun 1
A short worksheet on homophones and heterographs. For students higher than upper intermediate, get them to cover up the vocabulary box below. There is also a snap card game to help consolidate. The answers are on the back.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 48


 
Extra Syllable With S
A small ponunciation card for elementary to pre-intermediate students to help with the tricky "s" pronunciation endings on certain words. Tell the students just to practise pronouncing the words and to save the question on vocabulary until the activity is finished. The instrctions are on the cards. This is a pairwork activity. Repeat it with them f...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 47


 
Disasters: Picture matching and reading comprehension
A small work-sheet on disasters. There is also a reading comprehension exercise to consolidate and to examine typical vocabulary used when speaking of such things. Key included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 47


 
The Empire State - FCE reading and gorilla debate
A short reading giving the history of the Empire State Building done in the style of and FCE Reading and Use of English part 1 paper. Answers included, of course. After that, there is a small role play for pair work. Itīs a fun idea for engineers but itīs good enough for non-professionals. Itīs about coming up with ways to repel attacks by giant go...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type:
Downloads: 47


 
Grammar Vigilante - FCE part 1 story, debate and corrections exercise
This story has been adpated from the internet in the style of the FCE Reading and Use of English section of the FCE exam, part 1. Answers are provided along with a letter that has to have the grammar and spelling corrected. There is then a fun debate about the Grammar Vigilante. This man really does exist, by the way.
Level: advanced
Age: 16-100
Type: reading
Downloads: 47

 

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