Travel English Worksheets (Continued)

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Title
How do I get to the Hotel Grande?
Target Structure
Directions
Level
Elementary +
Time
30 + minutes
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Description
This new worksheet has five different exercises to help your students with basic directions.

There's a conversation, followed by a gap-fill exercise, map reading and direction explanation.

Your students will have lots of opportunities to improve their fluency in giving directions in English.

 


 

Title
Have you ever been to the USA?
Target Structure
Present Perfect - Experiences
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for getting lower-level students to build their conversation and fluency skills.

The worksheet looks at 'Have you ever', followed by Past Simple 'Wh-' questions.

There is a conversation, grammar practice and a substitution speaking exercise.

For additional speaking practice, you can use our 'Experiences Worksheet'.

 


 

Title
What should I do in New York?
Target Structure
Advice (should etc.)
Level
Lower-intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for practising different ways of giving advice. There's a conversation, grammar practice and discussion. Target structures include: 'Should', 'It's a good idea to', 'How about' and more.

It's ideal for lower-intermediate students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

This worksheet has a conversation about New York. We also have a similar version for London.

 


 

Title
What should I do in London?
Target Structure
Advice (should etc.)
Level
Lower-intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for practising different ways of giving advice. There's a conversation, grammar practice and discussion. Target structures include: 'Should', 'It's a good idea to', 'How about' and more.

Ideal for lower-intermediate students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

 


 

Title
Ordering at a Restaurant
Target Structure
Theme Lesson - Restaurant English
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Can your students order meals in English? This worksheet will help your students become fluent in restaurant situations.

After the lead-in, there is a conversation for your students to practice. This is followed by a substitution exercise so that your students can order different kinds of starters / main courses/ desserts.

The lesson continues with further speaking practice - this time without looking at the worksheet - followed by some simple discussion questions on restaurants and eating out.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level classes.



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