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330 FREE ESL Articles worksheets

  • By francereference
    This is a fill-gap exercise to practice using the articles.
    There are 35 sentences.

    8,763 downloads
  • By PhilipR
    Grammar-based themed worksheet aimed at practising the use of articles and some/any, speaking, listening, asking for clarification, asking to repeat, note-taking, short presentations or talking in front of the class and writing a paragraph. Fully editable, printer-friendly colours (background colour does not print) and plain vanilla version (without any colour or clip art) included on 2nd page. Answer key provided. NOTE: If you want students to p...

    8,685 downloads
  • By Leva
    Two sets of multiple choice tests with answer key.

    8,437 downloads
  • By anarti
    I think it's an easy sheet to revise the definite and indefinite articles.

    5,485 downloads
  • By kifissia
    19 page review of all grammar and vocabulary at the A1 level. This can be used as a teacher guide or as a review for your student. So both can check and see if all important points have been covered and learned. Illustrated throughout. Editable. Add your own vocabulary or grammar.

    5,453 downloads
  • By xcharo
    - Use a or an as necessary
    - Decide how THE is pronouncedç
    +key

    5,162 downloads
  • By marron
    Filling in articles (a, the) where necessary. Present Simple, Present Continuous and Simple Past as well as some names of very famous London landmarks used in the postcard.

    5,152 downloads
  • By teacherpedro
    This worksheet contains exercises on a,any and some. It also contains the rules.

    4,722 downloads
  • By francereference
    This is a matching and fill-in the gap activity to practice the difference between a and an.

    4,033 downloads
  • By lisaleao
    Music activity, vocabulary, articles

    4,023 downloads
  • By Devitsa
    Some exercises on articles.

    3,742 downloads
  • By kifissia
    An easy worksheet for beginners to practice the correct usage of 'a' and 'an.' One of the first grammar points that students learn and then keep forgetting. Maybe constant review in the beginning would prevent future errors such as "a egg."

    3,528 downloads

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