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312 FREE ESL Language functions worksheets

  • By misprincesas
    gap filling exercises with verbs given to write in present perfect. Exercises to practise the perfect tense.
    afirmative, negative, questions in present perfect.

    8,421 downloads
  • By fidaa
    A simple worksheet on passive voice

    6,205 downloads
  • By Alexandrina

    This WS might be good for Intermediate students who
    are beginning to practise the modals. With key.
    It might be useful.

    3,902 downloads
  • By latsa67
    A set of problem cards for students to practise giving advice. I made them for practising second conditional - "If I were you, I would...". Suitable for teenagers.

    2,600 downloads
  • By Arianey
    Practice using "I wish..." and "If only ... "with the past perfect. Useful for Trinity GESE grade 8.

    2,494 downloads
  • By francereference
    Here is a set of cards to play a taboo game. Laminate the cards and cut them out. Have fun playing with your students.

    2,373 downloads
  • By lesleymisano
    This is a list of verbs in their different aspects, which follow an ideal time line from the past to the future. The simple and continuous forms are opposite each other so that the difference between their uses is easier to understand. If you find this useful a hit on 'like' or a 'thank you' would be greatly appreciated.

    2,203 downloads
  • By jannabanna
    Two example telephone dialogues for business English: 1. A bad line and 2. A reluctant customer. Some of the words have been taken out.

    2,107 downloads
  • By ladygargara
    b&w included

    1,923 downloads
  • By aasandoval
    This is an activity for adults (or people over fifteen) learning English. It is very interesting Becuase it people really want to discuss and gives you a great chance to have the Ss talking and expressing their minds.

    1,918 downloads
  • By gloriawpai
    Tell students about telephoning and etiquette when using the telephone.

    1,849 downloads
  • By lesleymisano
    What do Future Time Clauses, Hypothetical Subjunctives and Wish have in common? This ws. aims at explaining the concept behind the use of a verb tense anterior to the one students would normally expect to use.

    1,766 downloads

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