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Title
Buying a New Phone
Target Structure
Conversation, Vocabulary, Discussion
Level
Intermediate +
Time
60 minutes
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Description
There's lots of vocabulary and jargon with cell phones. This worksheet looks at some of the most commonly used language.

There is a lead-in, followed by a dialogue, vocabulary practice, role-play and discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level classes.

 


 

Title
Don't Believe the Hype!
Target Structure
Thought Would
Level
Intermediate
Time
60-90 minutes
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Description
This reading-based worksheet presents students with the structure 'I thought + would' for unfulfilled expectations.

With seven different exercises, including a warm-up, a vocabulary quiz, a role-play and lots of discussion questions, this worksheet is bound to keep your students busy.

'Don't Believe the Hype' is written for intermediate students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

 


 

Title
Shopping for a Computer
Target Structure
Various
Level
Lower Intermediate+
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Do you have lower-level students who are into technology? Delight them with this worksheet!

There's a lead-in, discussion, and role-play section. It teaches 'I'm thinking of doing' and helps students practice computer-related questions.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level students. You don't need to be technical to use it. If you're not into technology, ask your students to explain 'Firewire' and 'solid state hard drives' to you!

 


 

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

 


 

Title
How many bottles?
Target Structure
Much | Many | Countable | Uncountable
Level
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Help your students to master 'much' and 'many' with this worksheet.

There's a gap-fill conversation with two people making a shopping list for a party. There are practice exercises to improve accuracy and fluency with the target language, as well as vocabulary building. (A loaf of bread, a carton of millk etc.)

Your students will have the opportunity to role-play, using food and drink which they would want at a party.

Finally, there are a number of discussion questions, so that your students can talk about the topic more.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level students. It would also make good revision for pre-intermediate classes too.


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