Quick Fillers (Continued)


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Title
I love the hustle and bustle!
Target Structure
Idiomatic Language
Level
Intermediate and above
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Help your students to sound more natural in their speech patterns!

This worksheet looks at two-word fixed phrases - sometimes called binomials.

Examples covered include:

* safe and sound
* peace and quiet
* null and void
* nip and tuck
* kiss and make up

After the lead-in, there is a gap-fill quiz, where your students need to guess the second half of each phrase, along with the meaning.

This is followed by additional vocabulary practice and discussion questions.

If you're looking for an extra challenge for your class, we have included some cards to cut up with additional phrases for your students to match.


 


 

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
Phrasal Verbs: Crime
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes   

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Description
This worksheet is another great filler lesson, helping your students build their knowledge of phrasal verbs.

Our crime phrasals cover:

* let someone off
* make off with something
* hold up
* break in
* tip off
* break out

There is a gap-fill exercise, followed by a caption quiz and lots of discussion questions.

It's great both for vocabulary building and discussion practice!

 


 

Title
All About 'Break'
Target Structure
Expressions using 'Break'
Level
Intermediate+
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes   

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Description
This worksheet looks at some common expressions using the word 'break'.

Language studied includes:

* break a record
* break down (for cars etc.)
* break the news
* break even
* break someone's heart

Following the warm-up, there is a gap-fill prediction exercise, with practice exercises and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students

 


 

Title
Number Bingo
Target Structure
Numbers
Level
Pre-Intermediate and above
Time
20 minutes
Your Notes   

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Description
Are you looking for a filler exercise to help your students build confidence with numbers?

This bingo game reviews the following:

Cardinals, Ordinals
Decimal Point, Fractions
Percentages, Phone Numbers
Currencies, Degrees
Squared, Cubed

There are ten bingo cards so that you can repeat games. If you're short of time, we have the caller cards available as a list, so that you can just choose them at random, rather than cut up more cards.

This bingo game also forms part of our 'Talking Figures' lesson.


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