This is a two-page thorough worksheet to practise present simple tense. It contains explanation and exercises on third person singular spelling rules, positive, negative and interrogative forms of the present simple.
You can play this game in different ways. 1. Easy version: Players only have to say the name of the animal. e.g. ItÂs a cow. 2. More difficult version: Players say the name of the animal and one or more things they know about it. e.g. ItÂs a cow. It gives milk. It eats grass. 3. Spelling version: Players have to spell the name of the animal correctly (and say something about it) 4. Writing version: Players write the name of the animal and one o...
A workshhet for more advanced students. They will have to correct either a spelling error or a punctuation error. A good activity for practising English in Use skills as well as writing skills before CAE or similar exams. The key is included.
Throw the dice and see where you land; either name the body part shown, work out the body part (vowels missing) and some other fun activites. Suitable for 4-6 people, lots of opportunity to speak and listen!
Pair Work exercise useful for practising speaking and listening skills and giving/following instructions. Put students in pairs and give each half of the worksheet. Student B tells student B where to go on the grid and what to write or draw. Make students can not see each other´s sheet. This ws allows the whole class to practise simultaneously. At the end of the exercise, Ss should compare their answers to the teacher´s answer sheet. Enjoy.