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Verb To Be Worksheet

This Verb To Be worksheet is a valuable for teaching BE (auxiliary verb) in English, and is excellent for developing your students’ Writing skills. Auxiliary verbs are known as helping verbs. They are accompanied with a main verb to show a verb’s tenses (past, present and future tense), as well as to express moods, voices and or to form a positive or negative question.  Below are examples of auxiliary verbs. Does Ana write all his own articles? The managers haven’t written all the reports yet. Elsa is writing a letter to a client at the moment. Can you speak English? Do you want tea? Three of the most common auxiliary verbs are be, do and have. This worksheet focuses on the helping verb ‘be’. How Verb To be Worksheet is done: It...

Active Vs Passive Grammar Guides Worksheet

active versus passive voice

Personal Pronouns Worksheet

An excellent personal pronouns worksheet

Negative Sentences Worksheet – Likes/Dislikes

This Negative Sentences Worksheet is a useful material that focuses on the topic of Hobbies. It’s great for consolidating Negatives (negation, saying No) in English, and is excellent for improving your groups’ Reading and Writing skills. How Negative Sentences Worksheet done: In Part A, by looking at Sky’s facial expression, students will fill in the blank if Sky ‘likes’ or ‘doesn’t like’. In Part B, students will fill in the blank if they like or not like the activity listed. Recommended for: The present downloadable teaching material is intended for elementary school students and kindergartners and nursery school students at Elementary (A1) level. Preview the worksheet Download the Worksheet In word format: Editable if you want to add to it...

Active Passive Worksheet

This Active Passive Worksheet is designed to enhance your student’s listening, reading and speaking skills by teaching and practicing the Passive voice and Active voice in English. How Active Passive Worksheet is done: Divide students into groups then cut out the cards. Place the cut out cards face down in pile on the table. Ask the students to choose a card and change it from active to passive. They get to earn points for correct answers. The team who’ll get the most points win. Recommended for: Intended for business/professional students, high school students and adults at Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1) and Proficient (C2) level. Preview the Worksheet Download the Worksheet In Word format: Editable if you want to add to it. In PDF format

5 Senses Tastes Worksheet

This 5 Senses Tastes Worksheet is a useful material for teaching students about food and tastes. It’s perfect for developing your students’ Speaking and Reading skills. The 5 Senses are taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing. This worksheet focuses on the sense of taste which are salty, bitter, sweet, sour, spicy and umami or delicious in English. How the 5 Senses Tastes Worksheet is done: Cut the pictures of the food in letter A. Match the food with its taste/flavor by pasting the cut-out food picture in Chart B. Recommended for: This worksheet is meant for high school students, elementary school students and kindergartners and nursery school students at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. Preview the Worksheet: Download the Worksheet In Word f...

Countable Uncountable Worksheet – Pictionary

A beginner worksheet for countable and uncountable

Present Simple Tense Worksheet – Alfred’s Daily Routine

This Present Simple Tense worksheet is a reading material with exercises. It teaches Present Simple Tense in English, and is perfect for developing your students’ Spelling, Reading and Writing skills as well as vocabulary enhancement. How Present Simple Tense Worksheet is done: Students shall read the texts carefully first then answer the comprehension exercises. The first exercise is true or false, the second one is matching type. Recommended for: Created for high school students and elementary school students at Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. Preview the Worksheet Download the Worksheet In word format: Editable if you want to add to it. In PDF format

Body Parts Crossword Worksheet

Reading, spelling, speaking and writing worksheet for beginners

Animal Riddles Worksheet

Beginner level animal riddles worksheet

Use these Songs To Study English

This Teacher’s resource pack contains 16 songs to study (and – I hope – to speak) English. I used them during my lessons, made some corrections and finally decided to share. They are a wonderful yet fun way to learn. The structure of the pack is: Teacher’s notes for a song followed by a students’ page (worksheet). Unlike Songs To Study English 1, you can use more games and other activities with songs. That’s why Appendix was added. I hope you will like this pack. I would be really grateful if you cold correct mistakes and typos if you see them. And if you have another way of using songs, or ideas comment below or sign up and upload as another lesson.