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nouns downloadable worksheets:
Prefixes and suffixes - grammar guide, gap-filling, game cards & keys - 4 pages (fully editable)
Contents: page 1- table with examples and explanation + gap-filling; page 2 and 3- game cards; page 4- teacher´s keys and game directions. The pictures were grouped but you can ungroup and change them. You can edit the words or add more cards by copying and pasting. Thanks for downloading. Have a nice day!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 1099

 
Basic Compound Nouns for Upper Elementary and Intermediate Stds.
I´ve selected very common compound nouns. Short explanation + 4 different exercises with an increasing level of difficulty (KEY included): matching, gap filling (just the second noun first and then both of them)and, finally, matching the situation to a compound noun. The graphics are from Thistlegirldesigns.c om. Wish you all a GREAT week. Carnival...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 821

 
Word-Formation Prefixes and Suffixes
A guide with suffixes and prefixes to help students learn new words. Hope it´s useful.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 639

 
WORD FORMATION 2-NEGATIVE PREFIXES (b&w+key included)
There are sample adjective to show prefixes "dis-un-il-im-ir-in" . There are4 different exercises to practice. 1) Sts add the correct prefix to the adjectives given on the chart. 2) They choose the correct prefixes. 3) They fill in the blanks with the correct adjectives below after adding the correct prefix. 4) They complete the dialogue with prefi...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 623

 
NOUNS (PLURAL) Part 2 (key included)
This is the second part. I prepared it for my ss to revise the rules and irregular nouns. The ws consists of 3 pages. Page 1 - crossword, pade 2 - keys and rules for the board game, page 3 - gap filling exersise and a small board game. Part 1 (rules and 8 exersises)you can find here: http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=355857#thetop.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 622

 
Basic Compound Nouns for Upper Elementary and Intermediate Stds. (2)
I´ve selected very common compound nouns different from the first worksheet on the topic: http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=362412#thetop. Short explanation + 4 different exercises with an increasing level of difficulty (KEY included): matching, gap filling (just the second noun first and then both of them)and, finally, matching the s...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 612

 
WORD FORMATION: NOUNS FROM VERBS / NOUNS FROM ADJECTIVES
(REUPLOADED: New layout and more pictures). 40 sentences to practise word formation. This time: NOUNS FROM ADJECTIVES, NOUNS FROM VERBS. Hope you find it useful. Answer key included. Have a nice week!!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 557

 
Compound Nouns(+ Key)
Students have to read the rules then match the words together to make correct compound nouns after that they have to match each compound with a picture.In task B , pupils have to find the answers for each question about how do we call? Then they have to match each picture with a compound noun
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-14
Downloads: 527

 
 

Noun Clauses Activities…

Exercise 1: Change the questions to a noun clause.

1.     What time is it?

I would like to know ____________________________________________________.

2.    Why don’t they like go dancing?

__________________________________________________ is a mystery.

3.    Who left open the door of the car?

He doesn’t saw ________________________________________________________.

4.    Who is the lady in the black dress?

I wonder to know ______________________________________________________. 

5.    Whose car is this?

Does he know _______________________________________________________?

6.    What time did the flight arrive?

She would like to know _______________________________________________.

7.    How much cost the T-shirt?

Tom didn’t ask ______________________________________________________.

8.    Which one is the capital of India?

_______________________________ was the question that the teacher made.

9.    When is mother’s day?

Melissa doesn’t remember ____________________________________________.

10.  Why she couldn’t take the bus on time?

Her mother can understand ___________________________________________.

 

 

 

 

Answer Key…

Exercise 1: Change the questions to a noun clause.

1.     What time is it?

I would like to know what time it is.

2.    Why don’t they like go dancing?

Why they don’t like go dancing is a mystery.

3.    Who left open the door of the car?

He doesn’t saw who the door of the car let open.

4.    Who is the lady in the black dress?

I wonder to know who the lady in the black dress is.

5.    Whose car is this?

Does he know whose car this is?

6.    What time did the flight arrive?

She would like to know what time the flight arrived.

7.    How much cost the T-shirt?

Tom didn’t ask how much the T-shirt cost.

8.    Which one is the capital of India?

Which one the capital of India is, was the question that the teacher made.

9.    When is mother’s day?

Melissa doesn’t remember when mother’s day is.

10.  Why she couldn’t take the bus on time?

Her mother can understand why she couldn’t the bus on time take.

 

 

 

 

 

Adjective Clauses…

Exercise two: choose the correct adjective clause.

 

1.     After a month, we finally got to New Zeeland, where my dad .

         
          2.    My friend Claudia, car is light blue, is nineteen years old.
 
          3.    My mom would like to sky in Alaska in is cold must part of the year.
 
          4.    She has two cats names are kitty, and Chococat.
    
          5.    Vladimir thanked the men he saw at the party yesterday.
 
         6.    I have a house is in a new condo.
 
          7.    My brother, lives in Mexico, is coming for Christmas.
 
          8.    Three kids were  hurting a dog was crying.
 
          9.    There are many kind of roses, are expensive than sunflowers, that I like.
 
          10.  The hotel at the family reunion is taking place is gorgeous.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

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