Describe the scene
I enjoy this lesson. We look at an image that has lots of things going on and I ask the student to Describe the Scene. If they have a low level of English, they might simply say, “Woman shop…
Writing can sometimes get complicated and confusing especially when you have no clear organization. You need structure in writing, whether in a college essay, article, or business email. It should...
THE OLD MAN STORY - (-ED) PAST
Students order the story according to the pictures. Then they underline all the regular verbs used in the Past Simple tense. Finally, the verbs are sorted out depending on the three different -ed pronunciations. - ESL worksheets
Have you ever ...?
It´s an exercise to practise ´Have you ever ...?´. Students have to complete the questions with the correct past participle form of the verbs in brackets. B&W version and KEY included. Hope you can use it with your ss. Hugs mada :) - ESL worksheets
BBC Learning English - Course: lower intermediate / Unit 11 / Session 1 / Activity 1
An intereactive way to study the present perfect. ESL / ESOL pre-intermediate level. Good for in class or as an alternative type of homework.
Conditional sentences - type 1
An exercise to practise conditional sentences - type 1 with pre-intermediate students. They have to complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Greyscale version and KEY included. Hope you can use it with your ss. Have a nice week! Hugs mada :) - ESL worksheets
Blank template for cootie catcher
This is a PowerPoint file that you can edit with your own fortunes, and even put your own pictures on. How about a photo of each member of your family or friends, cartoons of animals or the four s…
Finally, A Comic That Explains How To Use "Whom" In A Sentence Correctly!
English grammar can be extremely tricky to grasp and use correctly, especially if English isn't your first language.
WHO IS WHO
Students pay attention to the picture and then they fill in the gaps in the sentences below with the names of the people. Finally students write more questions about they are watching in order to complete the description of the picture. - ESL worksheets