This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and an interview box with matching exercise. The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (pre-intermediate to upper-intermediate).
This ws contains grammar rules (form and usage) and a gap-filling exercise on each conditional. For each conditional there are 10 different sentences on the environment. Greyscale and key are included.
This worksheet contains three exercises - in the first, pupils fill in the gaps with type 1 conditional sentences, in the second they fill in with the 2nd conditional and in the third they choose between the first and second conditionals according to the verb tense given in one clause.
2 pages - 5 exercises. This worksheet is created to practise 0,1,2 conditionals. There are 5 different exercises. The main and characteristic parts of the sentences are highlighted so the students can understand how we make conditionals of this type. There are some exercises on each conditionals, and there are also some mixed sentences exercises
A game to practise the conditional and reported speech. A good activity to open a group up and have some fun in the class.
1.Provoke a fun and light hearted conversation in the classroom.
2.Conditional Type II
The doctor must use the conditional type II as mush as possible with phrases such as:
I think you should … if you were a dog, you would …
My students complain that ecology is a very boring topic. To help them survive another lesson about it, I have prepared a set of 22 "crazy" questions concerning ecology, e.g. ´Deforestation is a serious problem nowadays. Would you agree to use reusable toilet paper to solve it?´ This task can also be used to practise 2nd conditional.