English teaching exercises: giving directions 


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giving directions exercises > Asking and giving directions
 

Asking and giving directions

 


by Edite Tentere

Date: 02 - Apr - 2009
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14

Description:
Online exercise with practical activities ( true/false, prepositions, instructions, listening )


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Edite Tentere
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inmadom
Spain

          posted by inmadom 0
Thank you very much! Just what I needed!


Nuria08
Spain

Itīs a great activity! thanks!          posted by Nuria08 0


ptrces
Spain

Thanks!!!          posted by ptrces 0


vahidgerrard
Iran

Mentioning a Mistake          posted by vahidgerrard 0
Dear Edite Tentere,

Greets! As I was practicing your exercise with my students in the classroom, I came across a mistake and that was Task 2, Item No. 2. The address doesnīt lead to the intended place. It actually leads to Neverland!! :) Am I right? If yes, please correct it as soon as possible, since itīs a very good exercise and I still want to take use of that in my classrooms.

My suggestion: "Take the first street on the left. Take the next street on the left, too. Go down the street and turn right at the corner. Go straight on. Take the first street on the right. Go straight on. Itīs in front of you on the other side of the road."

Vahid Movahhedian,
EFL Teacher