There are 5 pages: the idioms poster, a page with definition cards of the idioms (could be used for conversations), a colorful ws practicing the idioms, a b&w version of the ws and a key. Who could ask for anything more?!
This worksheet was created with intermediate+ learners in mind, perhaps a mixed-ability group (hence an extra task for fast finishers). It could be used as the first part of a task-based lesson on tenses and storytelling. I chose this text, short, yet rich in typical features of an anecdote, to become a springboard for a further discussion of spoken English grammar, reviewing present and past tenses (including past perfect) and introducing repor...
Fully editable. Elementary and higher. A song to teach the Present Perfect Answer Key given in Part 3. 7 tasks of varying difficulty. Choose the activities you want and make up your own worksheet. Various activities including: listening for specific info; comprehension questions; crossword puzzle (past participles); vocabulary matching task; gap fill and an ordering task.
A companion piece to the Anger Idioms poster found here: https://en.islcollective.com/resources/printables/worksheets_doc_docx/anger_idioms/idioms-idioms-anger/29271 Review of the idioms. Select all the correct answers. Discuss why the other choices are inappropriate. There are 4 pages- ws, ws in b&w, key, and a list of idioms in 2 categories- most extreme and less extreme. Have fun with it!
Speaking exercise for class work or pairs. Choose the appropriate response to a question or statement. Then explain why the other responses are incorrect but when they would be correct.There is a b&w version and a key.
Fully editable. A song to teach the Present Perfect. Answer Key. 5 tasks of varying difficulty. Choose the activities you want and make up your own worksheet. Various activities including: listening for specific info; error correction; vocabulary matching task; gap fill; idioms (with 'fight') matching task; Pronunciation (syllable stress); ordering task.
55 idioms and expressions that mean "you're crazy!" The first page is a poster using the expressions for crazy in a sentence. The second is a listing of the idioms and their definition. Practice ws here:http://en.islcollective.com/worksheets/worksheet_page?id=30248