This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and a vocabulary bank with world foods (and some pictures). The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (elementary to intermediate).
It's a revision ws containing 6 EXERCISES on TWO PAGES. 1) some or any 2) many or much 3) reading + true/false 4) C / U with food vocab 5) answer the questions 6) reordering a dialogue (in a restaurant)
Key is included! I hope you like it and find it useful! :-)
This is a useful lesson plan for beginners which practices language asking about food in the home. The short conversation introduces closed questions followed by quantity questions. In the practice sections students must identify whether a food is countable or uncountable and answer in both the positive and negative. The exercises reinforce the structures needed for question, positive and negative sentences. In the listening section students must...
Students will have the chance to practice the verb to be, either, too and short answers while they state what the kids like and don’t like. They’ll also have the opportunity to write about their own likes & dislikes. Tasks included: 1) True or false according to the picture; 2) Short answers; 3) Negative / Affirmative of the verb to be (third person); 4) writing (too); 5) writing (either).
Vocabulary worksheets on fruits suitable for (very) young learners and beginners/elementary students. Students can answer the questions for themselves (if they can read) with a smiley and then interview a friend. Optional fruit colouring activity for young learners. Fully edible :), so you can adapt the fruits to the country you´re teaching in.