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Title
Learning English
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Do your students ask you how they can improve their English? This handout takes this common question as its theme.

'Learning English' has seven different exercises. There's a reading, vocabulary work, role-play, collocation practice and discussion.

This worksheet will both help your students with their English, and provide some food for thought. It's great for intermediate-level students, but can be adjusted for classes with differing abilities.

 


 

Title
Making a Restaurant Reservation
Target Structure
Theme Lesson - Reservations
Level
Elementary / Pre-intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Are your students confident about making a reservation in English? This theme lesson puts them to the test.

There is a conversation where students practice reserving a table at a restaurant. There is practice of 'request' functions, as well as lots of speaking/role-play practice.

It's great for lower-level students.

For October 2010 it's been redesigned and split into two versions.

 


 

Title
What are you in the mood for?
Target Structure
General Conversation
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Help your students sound more natural in their spoken English with this worksheet!

Your students can practice suggesting (and possibly rejecting) suggestions for where to go for lunch.

There is a lead-in discussion, vocabulary practice, a dialogue, comprehension questions, role-lay and further discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
Meat-free Meat
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary & Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Would your students enjoy a meat-free burger that's pink and juicy? Have they ever tried one?

This worksheet has vocabulary mix and match exercises, a gap-fill reading and discussion questions.

It's perfect for upper-intermediate and advanced students.



 


 

Title
Appetite or Taste?
Target Structure
Natural Expressions
Level
Intermediate +
Time
40 minutes
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Description

Build your students' knowledge of some common expressions using 'taste' or 'appetite'.

Expressions studied include:

  • an acquired taste
  • lose your appetite
  • whet your appetite
  • in poor taste
  • no accounting for taste

The lesson has an opening quiz, consolidation questions, a caption matching quiz and discussion questions.

It's a great way to help your students learn some fun, natural English!




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