• By myszunia myszunia
    Some exercises to revise Present Simple Tense
    Level: Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
    Grammar: Present simple tense
    Student Type: high school, elementary school

    444 likes
    34,323 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Some exercises for Past simple tense revision.
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Past simple & continuous tense
    Student Type: high school, adults

    188 likes
    14,354 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Simple exercises on the verb to be in its present form.
    Level: Beginner (pre-A1)
    Grammar: BE (auxiliary verb)
    Vocabulary: Countries

    93 likes
    9,675 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Some useful exercises for Present Continuous tense practice.
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Present continuous tense
    Student Type: high school, elementary school, adults

    98 likes
    8,857 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Some useful exercises to revise Present Perfect Tense.
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Present perfect tense: When to use FOR or SINCE
    Student Type: high school, elementary school, adults

    96 likes
    7,718 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Some exercises to revise past progressive forms.
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Past simple & continuous tense
    Student Type: high school, elementary school, adults

    54 likes
    5,149 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    There are 2 exercises - in the first one ss have to match the present continous sentences with the pictures, in the second ex. ss have to cut out the verbs and the pictures and match them by sticking next to each other in their notebooks.
    Level: Beginner (pre-A1)
    Grammar: Present continuous tense
    Vocabulary: Actions

    62 likes
    4,546 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    I used the exercises with my students as a revision of units 8 and 9 from the book "English for International Tourism" pre-intermediate. There are two parts: in grammar part there´s an exercise on different ways of expressing future (future simple, to be going to, present continous. The other exercise revises the use of modal verbs and some vocabulary used at the plane. The second part - vocabulary focuses on the travelling words, some airport vo...
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Future tenses
    Vocabulary: Travel

    55 likes
    4,183 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Domino game.
    Level: Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
    Vocabulary: Animals

    45 likes
    3,181 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    Some useful vocabulary for beginning kids. The topic is of course Valentine's Day. Enjoy! :)
    Level: Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1)
    Vocabulary: Valentine\'s Day

    36 likes
    2,834 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    A test designed for my students. It consists of 3 parts - grammar, reading and vocabulary. I work with the book English for International Tourism pre-intermediate and the test contains the material from units 9 and 10 of this book. I hope you´ll find it usefull.
    Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
    Grammar: Modals
    Vocabulary: Travel

    30 likes
    2,798 downloads
  • By myszunia myszunia
    A minibook with definitions of thanksgiving vocabulary. There are also translations into Polish, but it's fully editable, so you can easily change it into your native language or .

    You can use the minibook as an introduction to the exercises on thanksgiving that I uploade earlier.
    Level: Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
    Vocabulary: Thanksgiving

    37 likes
    2,608 downloads



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