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Title
All about 'Out'
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs using 'Out'
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
If your students are looking for a break from a textbook (or some particularly heavy grammar) this worksheet could provide everyone with some relief!

There are six different phrasal verbs introduced in this handout, all containing 'out' as the particle.

There's a gap-fill exercise, followed by some caption writing. The lesson rounds off with some discussion questions, so your students can use the new language about themselves.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
All About 'Put'
Target Structure
Idioms, Vocabulary
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
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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
All About 'Keep'
Target Structure
Vocabulary / Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at some common expressions connected to the word 'keep', including:

* keep a secret
* keep in touch
* keep a promise
* keep going
* keep out
* keep up

The worksheet includes a caption quiz (pictured) as well as discussion questions.

This worksheet is great for intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
The New Roommate
Target Structure
Conversation / Vocab Building
Level
Lower-Intermediate
Time
minutes
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Description
How domesticated are your students?

This worksheet is themed around a new roommate who doesn't clean up after himself.

Your students will learn common expressions / phrasal verbs connected to cleaning. Language covered includes:

- clean up
- put things away
- do household chores
- do the dishes
- leave [clothes] lying around

There is a conversation, pair work and role-play.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate classes.


 


 

Title
Transformations: Snakes and Ladders
Target Structure
Rewriting Game (First Certificate Style)
Level
Upper Intermediate / Advanced
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Can your students transform the sentences using the keyword? This is a fun way to improve specific language points.

* phrasal verbs
* make / let / force / allow
* modals (he can't be late / he must be delayed, etc.)
* conditionals (if / wish / if only, etc.)
* used to / -ing
* advanced comparisons (not nearly as, etc)
* 'difficult' verbs: advise, remember, ban, suppose, etc.
* despite / in spite of
* ...and much more!

It's great fun, and will really help your students in the final hurdle of getting these expressions right!


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