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Title
Talking About Where You Live
Target Structure
Conversational Expressions
Level
Elementary +
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
It's one of the most basic conversations your elementary-level students need to be confident with. However, it can be fraught with difficulty!

Your students will become confident with questions including:
  • Where do you live?
  • How long have you lived there?
  • Do you like [London]?
  • What's there to do in [London]?
  • ...and more
This worksheet has a gap-fill conversation, follow-up exercises and role-play cards.

 


 

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
Spot the Errors
Target Structure
Mixed Grammar
Level
Elementary or Pre-Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Do your students make the same endless mistakes with the most basic structures? Have your revenge! This error-correction worksheet deals with Present Simple, Past Simple, Preposition and that 'interested / interesting' error which seems impossible to fix.

Ideal for Elementary and Intermediate students who you've been teaching for some time...


 


 

Title
Your Free Time
Target Structure
Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Elementary students need lots of practice of the Present Simple!

This worksheet looks at a simple conversation about hobbies, and gives your class the opportunity personalize the language by asking and answering questions using the Present Simple.

There is an opening speculation exercise, followed by a gap-fill conversation. Your students will then look at some common hobby collocations.

The lesson rounds off with multiple conversations, as your students ask their classmates questions about hobbies, using the Present Simple.

This lesson will help your elementary students become much more confident with their question and answering skills.

 


 

Title
Do You and Are You questions
Target Structure
Present Simple and 'Be'
Level
Elementary
Time
15 minutes
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Description
It's important that students are able to discern between 'do you' and 'are you' type questions. However, some find this quite a challenge.

This worksheet looks at the difference, and provides extra practice for anyone finding it a struggle.

For elementary-level students.


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