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Title
The Bodyguard
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Intermediate +
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Do bodyguards have a glamorous lifestyle? Is it like the Kevin Costner movie - or altogether quite different?

This worksheet has an interview with a bodyguard. After a pre-reading vocabulary quiz, your students need to match the questions to the answers.

There are follow-up exercises, and role-plays. Your students can work in pairs, choosing to interview the bodyguard of someone famous.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level classes.

 


 

Title
Reserving a Hotel Room
Target Structure
Theme Lesson - Travel English
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet has the basic phrases your students will need to make a reservation at a hotel.

There is a conversation, a comprehension exercise plus lots of role-play practice. There are also some discussion questions you can use to extend the topic further.

This worksheet is for elementary-level students, but will also work well in a lower-intermedate class.

This worksheet has been updated with a British-English version.

 


 

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
Peter Lockwood
Target Structure
Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
This information gap exercise is an easy way to improve your students' accuracy with Present Simple question forms.

The students each have half the information on Peter's day. They need to form questions correctly to find the missing information.

** This worksheet has been updated with a question-writing section for students who need additional practice of the target language. **

For elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Buying a House
Target Structure
Theme Lesson
Level
Intermediate+
Time
60 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at some common language associated with buying a house and arranging a mortgage.

The language and rules for mortgages and house purchases vary a great deal from country to country. The vocabulary and phrases in this worksheet can easily be supplemented with additional lexis.

In addition to learning common expressions associated with this topic, your students will also have the opportunity to talk about the rules and customs in their home countries though an extensive set of discussion questions.



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