Worksheet Collection: Adjectives (Continued)


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Title
Choosing a Vacation
Target Structure
Comparative Adjectives
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
>> This worksheet has been updated with additional exercises, US/US versions and a new design. <<

Students need lots of practice of comparative adjectives! The topic in this worksheet is choosing where to go on vacation.

This handout has conversation, grammar practice, and an information-gap exercise. It's great for really getting your students using the target language accurately.

The worksheet is designed for elementary-level students. However, it will also work in lower-intermediate classes.

 


 

Title
Describing People - Vocab Builder
Target Structure
is / has
Level
Elementary
Time
15 minutes
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Description
This illustrated vocabulary-building worksheet can be used on its own, or after our handout 'What do you look like?'.

There are thirteen different words and phrases. Some are easy - but others (such as 'middle-aged', and 'average-height') might prove the perfect challenge for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Comparative Review
Target Structure
Comparative Adjectives
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Comparative adjectives can be a stumbling block for some lower-level students. If your class needs additional practice, this worksheet can be set as homework.

There are five different exercises, including controlled practice and creative production. It?s great for students who are having difficulty producing the target language accurately.

For elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Talking About Sales
Target Structure
Comparatives
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for an instant business lesson.

There's a conversation, comparative adjective practice and lots of discussion questions.

Although this worksheet contains lots of business English, it will work well with upper-intermediate and advanced level students studying more general English.

 


 

Title
Strong Adjectives
Target Structure
Vocabulary (Adjectives)
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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This crossword is a great way to build intermediate students' vocabulary. It teaches some stronger (polite) adjectives which are common in everyday conversation.

Vocabulary taught includes: hilarious, tragic, dire, boiling, freezing and so on.


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