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Great activity to be used when you are teaching superlatives. students can share their knowledge about guiness and give more axamples, doing a research about it.
This game is very suitable for primary school or for pupils who do the first steps in learning English. They can learn the alphabet playing this game to each other or in groups as you like.
I recommend this worksheet for students to revise an alphabet. They'll have a good fun. You can spare a sheet of paper too. Before you play you can explain Bingo rules.
The rooms of the house are very important . It is basic things to learn . The worksheet is very useful for my student . Level Beginers.
My students hate grammar. But this game can help them understand the present perfect without they realizing that they are learning and practicing grammar by games.
Good drawings, but it would have been useful to have had numbers identifying the objects.
I don't have much else to add to this description. Other than that it is generous from you to have created this material and made it available for free
I really liked this worksheet because it is simple and clear the vocabulary and also the activity the students were supposed to make. The illustration of the activity is very well designed.
I like this worksheet because it's a slice of life from Aussie (Australia)! The design is in the form of an advertisement from an Australian magazine. I used it in our transport topic for a reading comprehension class for around Intermediate level. I think the worksheet is fine as it is (No need to change a thing).