Vocabulary Worksheets (Continued)

 


 

Title
Football (Soccer) Wordsearch
Target Structure
World Cup /??Football Vocabulary
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Do you have students crazy about football (soccer)? If so, this wordsearch is a good way of filling twenty minutes.

There are seventeen words and phrases hidden in the wordsearch. It's not too difficult, and can be used in the classroom, or set as homework.

 


 

Title
Phrasal Verbs: Memories
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Pre-Intermediate +
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is a great way of building knowledge of some of the most common phrasal verbs.

It deals with: 'come across', 'put off', 'put on' and 'take up'.

There is a conversation, practice exercises, and a discussion section, which allows students to personalise the language.

 


 

Title
A Christmas Crossword
Target Structure
Christmas Vocabulary
Level
Elementary and above
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Fill twenty minutes of your lesson with this Christmas crossword!

We have kept the crossword simple, and it's a good way to finish your last lesson before Christmas.

This crossword will be good for students of all levels.

 


 

Title
Strong Adjectives
Target Structure
Vocabulary (Adjectives)
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
This crossword is a great way to build intermediate students' vocabulary. It teaches some stronger (polite) adjectives which are common in everyday conversation.

Vocabulary taught includes: hilarious, tragic, dire, boiling, freezing and so on.

 


 

Title
Business Phrasal Verbs (1)
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs (Business)
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Phrasal verb worksheet for business English. However, it's not too technical for general English lessons. There's lots of practice of important phrasal verbs used in business.

Expressions studied include:

go under (bankruptcy)
wind up a company
take over a rival company
take on new staff
get by (manage)
put off doing something
step down as CEO

This worksheet is for upper-intermediate and above, although you can adjust it for lower levels by pre-teaching more vocabulary.


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