Where in the world can these landmarks be found? What do you think? Guess and discuss. This conversation worksheet with 10 landmarks and 7 questions can be used as a basis for an informal discussion about landmarks, tourism, culture, national identity, pride, and more. It can be used for Internet research and/or giving short presentations as well.
This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards, an interview box and a hands-on task (drawing 2 flags). 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).
This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and two vocabulary matching exercises (one with 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).
This worksheet has authentic vocabulary used at the airport: TSA (Transportation Security Administration), overweight luggage fee, metal detector, scanner. A recent traveler, all the newly implemented security restrictions and procedures at the airport made an impression on me. Includes dialogs, True false questions, and openended questions.Thanks to Philip Roeland for the template. Illustrations are in the public domain.
I used the exercises with my students as a revision of units 8 and 9 from the book "English for International Tourism" pre-intermediate. There are two parts: in grammar part there´s an exercise on different ways of expressing future (future simple, to be going to, present continous. The other exercise revises the use of modal verbs and some vocabulary used at the plane. The second part - vocabulary focuses on the travelling words, some airport vo...
This is part of a series of worksheets I created to teach an intensive course to a very basic student planning to travel. The idea is to get them talking and understanding as much as possible in the shortest possible time.