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Title
Your Last Vacation
Target Structure
Theme Lesson: Vacations
Level
Elementary
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
This lesson has great fluency practice for lower-level students. If they've been introduced to the Past Simple, they can handle this.

'Your Last Vacation' has collocation / vocabulary practice, a gap-fill dialogue, role-plays plus discussion questions. It's ideal for building conversation skills.

 


 

Title
Mr. Sanders' Vacation
Target Structure
Past Simple: Question Forms
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
'Mr. Sanders' is a classic information-gap exercise practicing the Past Simple Tense. Students each have half the information about Mr. Sanders' trip to Italy, and need to ask each other questions in the Past Simple to get the answers.

It's a great way to improve your students' confidence, accuracy and fluency with the Past Simple. Try it today!

 


 

Title
Choosing a Vacation
Target Structure
Comparative Adjectives
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
>> This worksheet has been updated with additional exercises, US/US versions and a new design. <<

Students need lots of practice of comparative adjectives! The topic in this worksheet is choosing where to go on vacation.

This handout has conversation, grammar practice, and an information-gap exercise. It's great for really getting your students using the target language accurately.

The worksheet is designed for elementary-level students. However, it will also work in lower-intermediate classes.

 


 

Title
The Disappointing Vacation
Target Structure
Relative Clauses
Level
Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Your students will find relative clauses a breeze with this worksheet!

There's a conversation, practice exercises and lots of speaking, to help your class improve their confidence and fluency with relative clauses.

It's great for intermediate-level students.

There are two versions of this worksheet: British and American English.

 


 

Title
Asking for Tourist Information
Target Structure
Indirect Questions / Statements
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes   

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Description
This worksheet is a great way to practice asking polite indirect questions.

The theme is a conversation at a tourist office. The worksheet practices phrases such as:

'Could you tell me ...'
'Do you know if ...'

There is lots of role-play practice to really get your students confident with the target structure.

For lower-intermediate students. There's both an American version, and a British-English worksheet available.


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