Intermediate-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Who's the winner?
Target Structure
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Level
Elementary to Lower Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
Students need lots of practice of comparative and superlative adjectives!

This worksheet is based around a general knowledge TV quiz show. There's a dialogue, followed by practice exercises.

Your students will have the opportunity to make their own sentences and create a mini-general knowledge quick which they can try out on their classmates - or the teacher!

This worksheet is written for lower level classes.

 


 

Title
Learning Something New
Target Structure
Able to
Level
Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
This worksheet looks at more advanced structures using 'able to'.

Language practiced includes: 'how long have you been able to' and 'I've never been able to'.

After the lead-in, there are four 'vox pop' readings, followed by practice exercises.

You can reinforce the target language with our class survey, or use out set of discussion question cards.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
All About 'Put'
Target Structure
Idioms, Vocabulary
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
Build your students' vocabulary and have fun with this worksheet!

The lesson is based around expressions using 'put'.

Your students will study

- put up with something
- put something behind you
- to put it bluntly
- put [an idea] forward
- put you off something

There is a gap-fill exercise, followed by lots of follow-up practice and discussion questions at the end.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level classes.

 


 

Title
The New Roommate
Target Structure
Conversation / Vocab Building
Level
Lower-Intermediate
Time
minutes
Your Notes

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Description
How domesticated are your students?

This worksheet is themed around a new roommate who doesn't clean up after himself.

Your students will learn common expressions / phrasal verbs connected to cleaning. Language covered includes:

- clean up
- put things away
- do household chores
- do the dishes
- leave [clothes] lying around

There is a conversation, pair work and role-play.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate classes.


 


 

Title
Expressions using 'Fall'
Target Structure
Idioms, Vocabulary
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
Build your intermediate-level students' vocabulary skills with this worksheet!

This idiom-based handout looks at the following expressions:

* fall on deaf ears
* fall behind
* fall on (your) sword
* fall to pieces
* fall out of favor

There is a gap-fill quiz, practice exercises and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students, but can be adjusted for other levels.



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