Vocabulary Worksheets


We've got crosswords, wordsearches and more to help build your students' vocabulary. Remember that this is only a selection of our materials. For the full list, use our search function

 


 

Title
Coffee at Home
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary & Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
Time
60 minutes
Your Notes   

Please log in to view your notes
Description

Can your students start their day without a cup of coffee? Is it possible to make coffee at home that rivals the brew you would buy at a cafe?

This worksheet looks at (purportedly) the best way to make a proper cup of coffee.

Language studied includes:

  • a discerning palate
  • the rule of thumb
  • cost a fortune
  • an airtight container
  • ...and more

The lesson rounds off with a look at different kinds of coffee brewing methods. Can your students decide which they think is best for home?

With a reading, comprehension questions, vocabulary exercises and discussion, there are plenty of opportunities for your students to explore the topic of coffee and give their opinions.



 


 

Title
Vocabulary Building : Binomials
Target Structure
Idiomatic Language
Level
Upper-Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes   

Please log in to view your notes
Description
Not sure what binomials are? Don't worry! It's just a fancy word for two words joined by 'and / or' in a fixed expression.

Your students will study:
  • sick and tired
  • wine and dine
  • more or less
  • leaps and bounds
  • hands and knees


Following the warm-up, there is a gap fill exercises introducing the expressions. Subsequent exercises will consolidate the language with the lesson rounding off with discussion.

This worksheet is written for upper-intermediate level students and above.

 


 

Title
Appetite or Taste?
Target Structure
Natural Expressions
Level
Intermediate +
Time
40 minutes
Your Notes   

Please log in to view your notes
Description

Build your students' knowledge of some common expressions using 'taste' or 'appetite'.

Expressions studied include:

  • an acquired taste
  • lose your appetite
  • whet your appetite
  • in poor taste
  • no accounting for taste

The lesson has an opening quiz, consolidation questions, a caption matching quiz and discussion questions.

It's a great way to help your students learn some fun, natural English!



 


 

Title
Meat-free Meat
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary & Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
Time
60 minutes
Your Notes   

Please log in to view your notes
Description

Would your students enjoy a meat-free burger that's pink and juicy? Have they ever tried one?

This worksheet has vocabulary mix and match exercises, a gap-fill reading and discussion questions.

It's perfect for upper-intermediate and advanced students.



 


 

Title
What are you in the mood for?
Target Structure
General Conversation
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
Your Notes   

Please log in to view your notes
Description
Help your students sound more natural in their spoken English with this worksheet!

Your students can practice suggesting (and possibly rejecting) suggestions for where to go for lunch.

There is a lead-in discussion, vocabulary practice, a dialogue, comprehension questions, role-lay and further discussion.

This worksheet is written for intermediate level students.


Still looking? Try our instant lookup. Just enter some keywords.  Search Tips


Become a member Join us and get instant access!

We have lots of free sample worksheets.Check them out and become a member today!
We have a huge library of ESL worksheets - all with teaching notes.
Fantastic low price: just $24 for a year!


Online and Print Membership

$24 / One Year

  • Personal Use for One Teacher
  • Email Worksheets or Use in Skype™ Lessons
  • Print Worksheets to use in your classes
  • Worksheets Without Notes / Answers

School Package

Discounted Rates

  • An Account for Each Teacher
  • All Standard Membership Benefits
  • Option for Extended Membership
  • Support for your Teachers with their Accounts

Questions? Take a Tour check our FAQ or get in touch. We're always pleased to help out!