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Title
Experience Worksheet
Target Structure
Present Perfect and Past Simple
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
If your students need some speaking practice, this 'Find Someone Who'-style activity is bound to work well.

It's simple, but very effective. Students need to find one person for each experience. Then, they need to ask follow up questions using the Past Simple.

It's ideal for groups, and there's also a blank template that you can use for your own questions.

 


 

Title
Have you ever been to the USA?
Target Structure
Present Perfect - Experiences
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for getting lower-level students to build their conversation and fluency skills.

The worksheet looks at 'Have you ever', followed by Past Simple 'Wh-' questions.

There is a conversation, grammar practice and a substitution speaking exercise.

For additional speaking practice, you can use our 'Experiences Worksheet'.

 


 

Title
One of the Best (Cards)
Target Structure
Superlative Adjectives & Present Perfect with 'Ever'
Level
Pre-intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Great conversation cards - easy to use, and your students will really get talking about some of their more memorable experiences. The structure is superlative plus present perfect.

It only takes thirty seconds to prepare ... an ideal quick filler for an overworked ESL teacher!

 


 

Title
How long have you worked there?
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple with For / Since
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
The present perfect can be tough for students. However, this business handout will help them master the use of the tense for unfinished past, using 'for' and 'since'.

There is an opening gap-fill conversation followed by exercises practicing the target language. Your students will also have the opportunity to conduct a class survey, asking their classmates about their work history.

This worksheet is primarily for lower-intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
How long have you lived here?
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Are your students stumped by the Present Perfect? This worksheet looks at one of the more common uses, and will help them master the language with ease!

This handout looks at the difference between finished and unfinished states - in particular 'work' and 'live'.

There's a conversation, practice exercises and discussion questions at the end. It's an ideal way to build your students' accuracy and confidence with the target language.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level classes.


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