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52 FREE ESL Synonyms worksheets

  • By themagikkey
    Hello everyone!
    Here are some exercises on the vocabulary of the CV and job interview. Yeah I know again...
    To be used at your convenience. Oh and the keys are provided as well.
    Hope it can help some!
    Have a nice one,
    Take care,
    Key.

    2,340 downloads
  • By jannabanna
    This worksheet is made up of two pages. On the first students have to match the words in the columns and on the second complete the sentences using one of the words.

    2,288 downloads
  • By tantana
    There are five vocabulary exercises dealing with English synonyms, I hope you find them useful in your own classrooms. Key is on page 2.

    1,622 downloads
  • By Mainski
    Over 100 Printable Taboo Game cards with template.


    1,364 downloads
  • By Mulle
    Students write the two words of the same meaning in the boxes.
    Here's the link for the ws on antonyms: http://en.islcollective.com/worksheets/worksheet_page?id=43756

    1,064 downloads
  • By tantana
    This worksheet contains five different vocabulary exercises dealing with English synonyms and antonyms. The topic is 'Describing people - character'. Key is given on page 2.

    1,054 downloads
  • By AimeeB
    A guide to help teach students how to paraphrase by sharing some techniques. Exercises begin with complex academic phrases then move to short paragraphs.

    729 downloads
  • By laloona
    The task helps to enrish students' formal vocabulary

    720 downloads
  • By jeremyhanlan
    For students to practice Reading True/False/Not Given skills

    566 downloads
  • By kotkot
    A worksheet explaining the correct usage of verbs related to talking. Exercises + answer keys included. God bless you all! Have a wonderful day!

    523 downloads
  • By serene
    (2 pages + B&W copy + Answer Key) On the first page there is an article taken from CBBCnews followed by two comprehension exercises (True/False statements and Find Synonyms in the text) and an exercise on passive voice. On the second page there is the story that inspired the naming of the Cutty Sark. It is followed by two vocabulary exercises (students practise guessing meaning from context).

    437 downloads
  • By Nikauchi
    Students read the rule about gradable and non-gradable adjectives, then complete the chart with adjectives and do some extra exercises I made it for my PET students, who do the course Complete PET

    400 downloads

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