Intermediate-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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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.


 


 

Title
Looking Round an Apartment
Target Structure
there is / articles
Level
Lower-Intermediate
Time
40+ minutes
Your Notes

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Description
This conversation worksheet is a great way to build vocabulary and expressions used when talking about apartments / flats. There is also work on articles for rooms and there is / are.

After the lead-in question, there is a conversation with check questions for your students to practice. This is followed by language work and role-play.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate classes. It could also be used with students who are coming to the end of an elementary-level text book.

 


 

Title
Talking Business: The Hotel GM
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary, Discussion
Level
Intermediate and above
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
Have your students ever stayed at a five-star hotel? Were they impressed by the level of service, or was it a waste of money?

This worksheet looks at the topic of hotel through an interview with a Hotel GM - the General Manager.

There is a vocabulary matching exercise, followed by a gap-fill reading, idiom work, role-play and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate and advanced-level classes.



 


 

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

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Description
This is a great worksheet to help your intermediate-level students boost their vocabulary.

All the expressions contain the word 'run'. Your students will study:

* run out of (coffee)
* run over (a cat)
* run for president
* run into someone (meet)
* run a bath

There are five different exercises to introduce, recycle and personalise the language. It includes discussion questions for your class.

 


 

Title
Calling Customer Services
Target Structure
Problems, Customer Service
Level
Intermediate and above
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes

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Description
Do any students in your class do online shopping? Can they deal with customer service when there's a problem?

This worksheet is based round a phone call about a product that has arrived damaged.

After the lead-in question, there is a gap-fill conversation, vocabulary building exercises, role-play and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level classes. However, it can easily be used in other levels as well.


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