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Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Advanced
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Food Idioms
If food idioms are your cup of tea, use this refreshing handout that features twenty-two idioms in twenty-two questions that students discuss.
Type:
An individual writing task
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Focus:
Indirect Questions
Students not getting the basics of indirect questions? Struggling to be more polite when they know they should? This handout features both writing and speaking practice across the full range of different indirect question forms.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Business
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
Brands
For a fun introduction to brands or just a general lead-in, this handout is excellent. Students have to identify a number of companies in specific markets from a huge number of brand logos.
Type:
A split crossword activity
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Compound Nouns
This is a great communicative activity on compound nouns. Students have to describe half of the compound by giving examples of what the word usually collocates with. An excellent accuracy task which may involve a lot of bleeping.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Phrases with 'Say', 'Tell', 'Ask'
If your book or schedule demands you do reported speech it makes perfect sense to accompany it with this clarification handout that features speaking using phrases with 'say', 'tell' and 'ask'. Of special interest is the difference between 'tell someone' and 'say something'. We don't want to keep hearing that sluggish mistake.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Confusing Verbs
Some verbs in English are just plain confusing. Take for example 'bring' and 'take', or 'lie' and 'lay', or even 'make' and 'do'. No longer need these be a grey area in your students' English. Sort out sixteen pairs of confusing verbs with this great speaking activity.
Type:
A crossword activity
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
Appearance Adjectives
A manageable but significant twenty-four descriptive words feature in this crossword activity, designed to assess to what extent students have acquired or can acquire appearance-related adjectives such as 'attractive', 'slim', 'scruffy' etc.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Present Perfect Simple with Already, Just, Yet
If the present perfect simple is the lock then these three words are the key. This explanation-based worksheet gives students excellent real context speaking practice of the present perfect simple with already, just and yet.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
IELTS
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
Word Families
Knowledge of word families can really boost a person's vocabulary range. This individual writing worksheet challenges students to complete families of words involving the noun, adjective, opposite adjective, verb and adverb. A great piece of work for keyword transformation practice.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
Business
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Competition Idioms
A businessy worksheet featuring sixteen well-known and well-used idioms related to economic competition, students aim to discuss business issues surrounding the issue of competition idiomatically.
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