Intermediate-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Participle Conversation Cards
Target Structure
Participles (Interested in, worried about etc.)
Level
Lower-intermediate to Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Great practice for any lower-level group. Again the topic is the 'Interested in' target structure. These cards can be used with small groups, and even one-on-one lessons. Great as a springboard for fluency practice.

 


 

Title
Not Quite as Good
Target Structure
As...As comparisons with modifiers
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Lots of practice of 'As...As' comparisons, with added modifiers (not quite as, not nearly as, etc.)

 


 

Title
Have Something Done
Target Structure
Causative (Have Done)
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
The target structure is 'have something done' - e.g. 'I had my hair cut.'.

This handout has lots of practice exercises, and can be used in the classroom or as homework.

This worksheet has grammar, collocation practice and the chance to personalize the language.

If you are looking for role-play and discussion, Handouts Online also has 'Getting Things Done'. Enter 'Causative' in the Instant Lookup box to find it.

 


 

Title
Job / Occupation Flashcards
Target Structure
Job / Occupation Vocabulary
Level
Elementary / Int+
Time
20 minutes
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Description
There are lots of games you can play with these flash cards while building the vocabulary.

You can use them as role-play cues, or for the classic 'guess my job' game.

They're ideal for practicing the Present Simple and more! They come in two sizes, and in black and white and colour.

 


 

Title
The Present Perfect Gambler
Target Structure
Present Perfect / Past Simple
Level
Lower Intermediate
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
If you're looking for a light-hearted way of practicing the Present Perfect, this could be the answer.

This worksheet looks at differences between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect. Students need to bet some imaginary money depending on their confidence in their answers.

It's a great way to build accuracy with tenses.


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