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I´ve collected these games for several years from very different sources including my own head. They all proved useful for me and I´ll be very pleased to read that these games made your hard life easier)
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Downloads: 2315

Speaking activity -Revision board game - 6th form
It´s a speaking activity.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Downloads: 2081

First part of a set of three worksheets on daily routines. This is the pictionary. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice evening/day.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 1363

Taboo cards1
Cut out these cards and let your students play taboo. Split your class in two groups, the first student of group A has to describe the word on the card - he/she is neither allowed to talk any word in her mother tongue nor to say one of the words below the pictures. If a group guesses the word in about 30 seconds, they´ll get a point. Play it in tur...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Downloads: 1258

It´s a good worksheet to revise adjectives, there are 42! I hope you like it and find it useful!
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1246

Worksheet to practise vocabulary related to technology. There are matching and fill in the blanks exercises. There is also a last exercise in which students have to answer questions about how they use a computer or a mobile phone. I hope you like it and find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 1232

Name as Many Things as you Can in a Minute Vocabulary Game (Part 2 of 4)
This is Part 2 of 4 of a card game called ´Name as many things as you can in a minute´. The children pick a card and the teacher starts the timer for one minute, keep a score of how many items each child gets and work out the winner at the end of the game by the one with the most points or items.
Level: intermediate
Age: 3-17
Downloads: 1202

First worksheet of a set of three on health problems. In the first exercise students have to match the words related to illnesses with the right picture. In the second exercise they have to fill in the blanks with the correct word from the list above. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice evening/day!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1120

       DO AND MAKE              

  a good job       it yourself

  a course          a suggestion

  a subject        the dusting

  the bed           well / badly

  sense             wonders

  a noise           up your mind 

  the honours     an appointment

  a favour           your duty

  an offer           a phone call

  a journey         a cake

  a fortune         fun of someone

  an effort        a sum

  the ironing           the shopping
  the washing up     studies 
  money                 a room
  a scene               a speech
  sure/certain          progress
  plans                  the most of
  a promise             a complaint
 a compliment          war / love
  harm                    light of
  a guess                a decision
  friends                    amends
some  more exercises
1.-I hate  the housework every day.

2.-She had to repeat the composition because she had a  lot of spelling mistakes.

3.-Be serious ,Why are you always. fun of everything?

4.-They were so much noise that someone phoned the police

5.-I always the ironing and

she  the washing up

6.-The bestman has to  a speech

7.-Could you me a favour

8.-I was the shopping when I met Rosemary

9.-I have  an appointment with the dentist

10.-She always a delicious cake for her birthday

11.-The children always   their homework before watching tv

12.-My company a lot of money last year.

13.-She. a great effort and improved a lot

14.-I can´t exercise everyday but at least I walk an hour a day

15.-If you wear this hat everybody will fun of you

16.-she an excellent suggestion bur nobody answered

17.-She is Laws at Oxford University

18.-This a difficult decision to. but I thing it was necessary

19.-she  a fortune by selling dolls

20.-I´ll  sure he has understood



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