Intermediate-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
We both felt terrible!
Target Structure
Both & Neither
Level
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
Improve the accuracy of your students' English with this worksheet!

'We both felt terrible!' looks at some of the rules for using both and neither.

Following the lead-in, there is a simple expression building quiz (I'm sorry to hear that, thanks for asking, catch a cold etc.) followed by a gap-fill conversation for your students to practice.

The lesson continues with comprehension questions and a grammar-focus quiz looking at both / both of and neither / neither of.

The worksheet rounds off with a pair speaking activity, where your students need to find out what they have in common with their partner.

This lesson is written for lower-level classes.

 


 

Title
Intermediate Grammar Goofs
Target Structure
Various Intermediate
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Help your students target those pesky intermediate-level errors with our Grammar Goofs worksheet!

There are twenty-four cards which you can either cut out or use as they are on the handout. Each sentence has an error commonly made by intermediate-level students.

Topics cover include:

  • tenses
  • used to
  • modals
  • conditionals
  • able to
  • have something done
  • indirect questions
and much more!

It's great to use either as a game in the lesson or as homework.

This is the third part of our series of grammar goofs. You could also check out our complete error correction collection!

 


 

Title
A Stress-free Christmas
Target Structure
Suggesting / Advice for Christmas
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
40 + minutes
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Description
Is the Christmas you see on TV shows on commercials similar to the Christmas your students enjoy? Is it all wonderful food and drink with well-behaved relatives?!

This lesson looks at some of the stress that Christmas can cause!

Following the lead-in, there is a collocation matching exercise, and then a gap fill reading. We have kept the reading reasonably easy (especially with your pre-teaching!) so your students won't be feeling too stressed themselves!

Some expressions they will learn include:

  • the festive season
  • look forward to
  • an overcooked turkey
  • a controversial topic

The lesson continues with comprehension questions, more collocation practice and the chance for your students to give advice on how to reduce stress at Christmas.

It's a great topic for discussion - you can add lots of questions at the end. Your students will have a fun - but also useful - lesson to round off the year.

This lesson is written for pre-intermediate level students.


 


 

Title
I want to travel
Target Structure
want to do
Level
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This is our lowest level 'want' worksheet. It covers the two most basic forms of want: I want a car and I want to buy a car.

Following the lead-in, there is a collocation matching exercise and then a simple gap-fill conversation about travel and work.

The lesson continues with comprehension questions and grammar practice.

The final stage of the lesson is guided discussion with 'do you want' questions on a number of topics.

This worksheet is written for elementary to pre-intermediate level classes.

The grammar structure I want you to do something can be found here.

 


 

Title
Communicating Changes
Target Structure
Increase / Decrease / by / to
Level
Pre-intermediate and Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
Your Notes   

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Description
Graphs and statistics make an excellent information-gap exercise for students.

Students need to work with a partner - or with the teacher. Students need to explain their graphs to a partner, who then draws it in the blank graph space.

The target language includes increase, decrease, rise and fall.

For more confident students, you can introduce adverbs such as dramatically and steadily.

This worksheet is for lower-intermediate and above.

All our graph-related worksheets can be found here.


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