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auxiliary verbs downloadable worksheets:
ENGLISH IS EASY!- A HANDY GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY-GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS (2 pages basic language points)
2 pages of basic grammar and vocabulary points in a chart format for kids and adults!Includes: English alphabet, personal pronouns and possessive adjectives, present and past forms of to be, yes/no questions with to be, have got, yes/no questions with have got, articles a-an, cardinal and ordinal numbers 1-100, days of the week, seasons, months and...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 1257

 
ASKING AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS WITH DO / DOES / DONīT / DOESNīT
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Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 922

 
DONīT - DOESNīT - DIDNīT - ISNīT - ARENīT
Students fill in the blanks in the sentences under the pictures using the appropiate auxiliary verb ("donīt", "doesnīt", "didnīt", "isnīt" or "arenīt"). I hope you like it and find it useful! Have a good evening/day!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 832

 
WAS-WERE-DID-WASNīT- WERENīT-DIDNīT (B&W VERSION+KEY INCLUDED)
Four different exercises to practise the use of the past simple of to be in all its forms + the use of did-didn’t as the auxiliary verb of the past simple in negative statements and questions. 1š- Students have to complete some sentences with was, were or did. 2š- They complete a text with the past form of to be or did- didn’t. 3š- They choose the ...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 782

 
MY QUIZZES: DO / DOES
An elementary quiz about the use of DO/DOES.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-11
Downloads: 702

 
"DO" , "DONīT", "DOES", "DOESNīT". "DID", "DIDNīT"
Students fill in the blanks in the sentences under the pictures with the appropriate auxiliary verb( “do”, “don’t”, “does”, “doesn’t”, “did” or “didn’t”). I hope you like it and find it useful. Thanks a lot for your kind comments and have a nice evening/day!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 678

 
Causatives: have something done
Grammar guide and exercises to practice, for low advanced or high intermediate ss. Hope itīs useful. Thanks for downloading it.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 649

 
The barn (there is / are)
Read, Color, Cut & Paste the animals (in, on, next to, between, under). Grammar point: there is/ there are. Enjoy!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-9
Downloads: 643

 
 

HAVE / HAVE GOT

I. TEEN BEDROOM :  
 
                         This is Sam :                                    This is Sam's bedroom :
 
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1.Look at the letters in Sam's bedroom and choose all the correct sentences :
 
a) Sam  a lot of clothes.
 
b) Sam  a guitar and tennis racket but he  a soccer ball.
 
c) Sam  a computer and a printer on his desk.
 
d) Sam  a CD-player on his shelf but he  a MP3-player.
 
e) Sam  posters on the wall. He  frames.
 
 
 
2. WHAT ABOUT YOU ? Answer the questions :
 
 
a) - Have you got a lot of clothes in your cupboard ? -
 
 
b) - Have you got a guitar in your bedroom? -
 
 
c) - Have you got a computer and a printer on your desk ? -
 
 
 
d) - Have you got a CD-player on your shelf ? -
 
 
 
e) - Have you got posters on your wall ? -
 
 
 
3. Ask the same questions with DO :
 
 
a)  
 
b)
 
c)
 
d)
 
e)
 
 
 
 
4. VOCABULARY : Find the words in the grid and their French translation :
 
 

 

 
 
II. GRAMMAR SUMMARY :
 
 
1. SHORT FORMS : Write the short forms in the boxes :
 
a) I have got :                                               b) She has got :
 
c) They have not got :                        d) He has not got :
 
e) I do not have :                                     f) She does not have :
 
 
 
2. HAVE GOT : Write negative sentences and then ask questions :
 
a) I have got a computer.
(-)
(?)
 
b) Sam has got a MP3 - player.
(-)
(?)
 
c) They have got a new house.
(-)
(?)
 
3. HAVE : Write negative sentences and then ask questions :
 
a) I have a computer.      
(-)
(?)
 
b) Sam has a MP3-player.
(-)
(?)
 
c) They have a new house.
(-)
(?)
 

 

       

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