Search Results for phrasal verbs (Continued)


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Title
What do you want to do?
Target Structure
Want [you] to do
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at two patterns using 'want':

* I want to go home.
* I want him to go home.

Taking English teaching as its theme, there is a conversation, practice exercises and an extended speaking activity.

It's a great way to introduce a pattern that will be very useful in the future for your students, when they learn to use verbs such as tell, advise, allow etc.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
Irregular Verb Wordsearch
Target Structure
Irregular Past Simple Verb Forms
Level
Elemenentary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
It's exactly what the title suggests: irregular verbs in a wordsearch. It's ideal as homework or (even better?) as a quiet 15 minute activity in the lesson.

Give yourself a breather, and download this for your students!

 


 

Title
Action Flashcards
Target Structure
Verbs and Tenses
Level
Various
Time
30 minutes
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Description
There are so many ways to use these flashcards!

You can use them to teach the present simple and present continuous.

e.g. What does [James] do every morning? / What is James doing?

or What did [James] do yesterday?

They also teach lots of common vocabulary and collocations that your students need to learn. Why not give them a set of cards to learn at home?

The cards come in a two-per-page and six-per-page format in both black and white and colour.

 


 

Title
Where on earth is John?
Target Structure
Expressing Certainty: Must, Can't, Might
Level
Pre-Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Get your students speculating with this conversation-based worksheet.

By the end of this lesson, your students will be able to use must / can't / might to express certainty.

e.g. He must be stuck in traffic. / He can't have forgotten etc.

It's a really important use of these modal verbs - and it takes students time to learn to use them fluently.

This worksheet has a conversation based around some friends waiting for someone in a restaurant.

There are lots of follow-up exercises to help your students with the target language. The worksheet rounds off with a role-play.


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