Four martial arts

RoyWang 2020-05-13 17:52:28
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Martial arts are always attractive in the eyes of students an i hope this worksheet can pique students' learning interest. There are questions teachers and students can think together.

This downloadable handout is recommended for at Intermediate (B1) and Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is valuable for consolidating Auxiliary verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Articles, Causative, Cleft sentences (e.g. It's Joey we're looking for), Comparison (comparative and superlative), Conditionals, Conjunctions (aka connectives, e.g. and, but, or, so, then), Contractions (shortened forms, e.g. don't, aren't, etc.), Clauses of contrast (e.g. although, while), Coordination, Countable and uncountable nouns, Pronouns: THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE (demonstratives), Determiners (words that can come before nouns), Ellipsis (omission of words), Present perfect tense: FOR or SINCE, Formal and informal English (politeness or colloquial language), Adverbs of frequency, Future tenses, Gerunds and Infinitives, Commands (imperatives), Inversion (inverted word order), Irregular verbs, Modals, MUCH or MANY, MUST or HAVE TO (obligation), Negatives (negation, saying No), Nouns, Participles, Parts of Speech (aka word classes, e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs), Passive voice or active voice, Phonetics (pronunciation, IPA, phonetic symbols), Phrasal verbs, Plural nouns: regular plurals with S ending, Pronouns: Possessive pronouns (e.g. my, mine), Prefixes (e.g. A, UN, IM, DIS, MIS, EN, etc. ), Prepositions, Present simple vs continuous (progressive) tense, Present continuous (progressive) tense, Present simple tense, Personal pronouns, Punctuation, Clauses of purpose (e.g. in order to, so that, so as to), Quantifiers (e.g. some, many, much, any, few, little), Questions (interrogative), Relative clauses, Reported Speech (Indirect speech), SOME or ANY, Subject and verb agreement, Subjunctive mood, Subordinate (dependent) clauses, Suffixes (e.g. S, ED, ING, N'T), Question tags, Verb tenses, Adverbs of time, BE (auxiliary verb), Past tense: USED TO, Verb phrase, Verb patterns, Word classes, Word order, Past simple vs continuous tense, Past perfect simple vs continuous tense, Infinitive structures, Past simple tense, Past continuous (progressive) tense, HAVE GOT or HAS GOT, Present perfect tenses, Present perfect or past simple tense, Questions: Subject vs object questions, Prepositions of place, Prepositions of movement, Prepositions of time, Adjectives to describe personality and character, Adjectives to describe feelings / mood / tone, Adverbs of place, Adverbs of manner, Articles: definite articles (the), Articles: indefinite articles (a/an), Conditional 1 (first conditional), Conditional 2 (second conditional) - would, Conditional 3 (third conditional), Gerunds, Gerunds: Perfect gerund, Infinitive: Perfect infinitive, Nouns: Compound nouns, Participles: Past participle (e.g. HAVING DONE), Participles: Present participle (e.g. DOING), Past perfect simple tense, Past perfect continuous (progressive) tense, Plural nouns: irregular plurals, Present perfect simple tense, Present perfect continuous (progressive) tense, Relative Clauses: Defining, Relative Clauses: Non-defining, Exclamations, Linking verbs (aka copulas, e.g. I am a student), Adverbs: Intensifiers, Pronouns: Reflexive pronouns (e.g. myself, yourself)), Articles: zero article, Verbs: Dynamic verbs, Verbs: Action verbs, Verbs: State verbs (aka stative verbs), Conditionals - Mixed conditionals, Infinitive: Progressive infinitive, Gerunds: Progressive gerund, Conditional 0 (zero), Nouns: Collective nouns (team, class, family, committee), Nouns: Proper nouns (names of people, cities, companies), Apostrophe S, Punctuation: Commas, Figures of speech, metaphors, metonyms, Homonyms (two words with the same pronunciation - homophones and homographs), Opposites (antonyms), Oxymorons (phrases with words of contradictory meaning, e.g. living dead), Future phrases (e.g. be about to, bound to, likely to, due to, set to + INF), Future perfect continuous (progressive) tense, Future perfect simple and continuous (progressive) tense, Adjectives: Opposites, BE + infinitive structures (e.g. he was to become famous), Adjectives: Order of adjectives, Adjectives: Incomparable adjectives, Adjectives with –ed or -ing, Clauses of reason (e.g. because, because of, due to, as, since), Discourse markers, Adverbs: Order of adverbs, Relative clauses: Relative adverbs, Clauses of result (e.g. so), Word formation, Conditionals - I wish / If only, Prepositions: Phrase prepositions (e.g. by means of), Prepositions: Double prepositions (e.g. out of), Prepositions vs adverbs (e.g. before me, saw him before.), Prepositions: Participle prepositions (e.g. pending, concerning), Questions: WH questions (open-ended questions), Questions: Yes or No questions, Relative clauses: WHAT or WHICH, There is / there are / there was / there were / there will be, etc., Questions: Subject questions, Questions: Object questions, Questions and short answers, Genitive S vs OF (expressing possession), Reported speech: Reporting verbs, Infinitive: Split infinitive, Infinitive: Bare infinitive, Verbs: Transitive or intransitive verbs (words that can or cannot stand with objects), Adjectives: Gradable / Non-gradable adjectives, FEW or A FEW, LITTLE or A LITTLE, Consonants and vowels, Backshift in time (e.g. WILL/WOULD), Adverbs of degree, BE: WAS or WERE, DO or DOES, It as preparatory subject (e.g. it's raining, it's nice of you to), Numbers: Ordinal numbers, Numbers: Cardinal numbers, SHOULD, SHOULDN'T, OUGHT TO, CAN, BE ABLE TO, CAN or COULD, CAN or BE ABLE TO, MAY or MIGHT, HAD BETTER, Comparisons: AS or THAN, Future simple tense expressed with WILL, Future continuous tense: (will be V+ing), Present simple tense: S for third person singular verbs, Too and enough , Pronouns: EACH OTHER, ONE ANOTHER (reciprocal pronouns), Pronouns: YOU and THEY to talk about people in general, Pronouns: ONE / ONES (e.g. the big one), Pronouns: SOMEBODY, ANYBODY, EVERYBODY, NO ONE, NOTHING, etc., Question words, MUST or MUSTN'T, Comparison: Comparative adjectives and structures, Comparison: Superlative adjectives and structures, Conditionals: Conditional phrases (e.g. unless, provided that, as long as), SO or SUCH + adjectives, Verbs: State verbs vs dynamic verbs, Reported speech: reported questions (indirect questions), SO - NEITHER / NOR (meaning "too"), Punctuation: correcting run-on sentences, HAD BETTER vs WOULD RATHER, Future simple vs future continuous and Future perfect simple tense in English, and was designed for improving your groups' Spelling skills. It focuses on the theme of Ability.
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Upload date: 2020-05-13 17:52:28

Author: RoyWang

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RoyWang is from/lives in Taiwan and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2019-07-29 10:01:01. RoyWang last logged in on 2020-10-21 14:20:22, and has shared 24 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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