Elementary-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Telephone English Roleplays (General)
Target Structure
Telephone English
Level
Elementary / Int
Time
15 minutes
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Description
Great roleplay practice for telephone English.

This information-gap worksheet is for lower-intermediate and intermediate, but can be adapted for other levels.

This worksheet uses general English, but there's also a business version.

Recommended!

 


 

Title
Do you enjoy studying English?
Target Structure
Enjoy / Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
'Enjoy' can be a surprisingly difficult verb to use in conversation. This worksheet has four practice exercises, as well as a clear explanation of the correct sentence patterns.

For elementary level students.

 


 

Title
Why did Susie go to the doctor?
Target Structure
Infinitive of Purpose
Level
Elem / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Infinitive of purpose is easy to teach, but students make endless mistakes with it!

The target structure is 'I went to the doctor to get some medicine'. There's a mix-and-match exercise, lots of pairwork speaking, as well as a final exercise allowing students to personalize the language.

There is a British English and American English version of this worksheet. Both are great for lower-level students.

 


 

Title
Talking about Activities (Play Do Go)
Target Structure
Play Do Go / Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
'Talking about Activities' is an excellent way of practicing basic collocations using 'Play', 'Do' and 'Go' for sports and other activities.

This worksheet has both a written exercise, and an extended speaking activity. As well as teaching the vocabulary, it's also a great way of giving your students additional practice of the Present Simple.

This worksheet is designed for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
'How' Question Practice Cards
Target Structure
How Questions / Present Tenses
Level
Elementary +
Time
30 minutes
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Description
One difficulty for lower-level students is dealing with all the different meanings of 'How'.

These cards practice some of the most common questions. They cover the following:

'How Often', 'How Much', 'How Many', 'How Well', 'How Good', 'How Much Time' and more.

These cards are good for Present Simple practice, and they also help build fluency and confidence, even at an early stage.


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