Theme Lessons (Continued)


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Title
Offering Tea or Coffee
Target Structure
Social English
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
One of the most common social situations that students need to be able to deal with in English is offering (or being offered) tea or coffee.

This worksheet will help your students become confident! The lesson begins with students putting a conversation in the correct order. There are substitution exercises and lots of role play practice.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Apologizing
Target Structure
Natural English Expressions
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Apologizing is difficult at the best of times - and even more so in a foreign language!

This worksheet looks at a number of common expressions, including:

* in the heat of the moment
* go too far
* be way out of line
* don't give it another thought

...and more.

There's a conversation, followed by practice exercises and role-play.

This worksheet is written for upper intermediate to advanced learners.

 


 

Title
Conversation Builder: Clothes and Fashion
Target Structure
Conversation / Fluency Builder
Level
Intermediate
Time
minutes
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Description
How important are clothes and fashion in general? Do we need to wear business clothes to work?

This worksheet has a range of questions on the topic of clothes and fashion. Find out where your students like to buy their clothes - and which stores they would never go to!

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
Idioms about Music
Target Structure
Idioms with a musical theme
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at some common expressions connected to music.

Your students will learn about:

* play it by ear
* as fit as a fiddle
* blow your own trumpet
* music to my ears
* change your tune

As well as a guess-the-meaning exercise, there are additional exercises to help your students memorise the language.

The lesson rounds off with discussion questions which use the idioms.

 


 

Title
Spending the Inheritance
Target Structure
Money / Investing
Level
Upper Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
What would your students do if they inherited some money?

This worksheet can be used in both general classes and business English lessons. It looks at some basic investing expressions, with vocabulary including:

invest in
interest / inflation rates
in real terms
turbulent stock market
play it safe

There's a conversation, vocabulary building exercises and discussion.

It's great for upper-intermediate level students.



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