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Grammar Review for Beginners - 3-page review, 14 different exercises, fully editable, with keys included
Contents: subjective pronous, verb to be (present), possessives, articles, demonstratives, there is / there are, some / any, present continuous, short and complete answers, interrogative pronouns. 3 pages with grammar guide + examples and 14 different exercises to practice all the topics. All the keys included on the 4th page. Fully editable to fit...
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1801

English Test(9th form End of Term 2 Test)(3 parts)Reading Comprehension: THE INTERNET/Grammar+Voc abulary/Writing(+Key )
A reading passage about the internet with some related questions.Some grammar and vocabulary exercises related to the internet and tourism. A writing task about the advantages and the disadvantages of the mobile phone.
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-14
Downloads: 1571

Placement Test for Upper Elementary/Lower Intermediate Students (A2 Level) - Grammar
It´s good to be back!;) I´ve been inspired by Catherine Walter and Michael Swan´s tests and created my own. 2 PAGES + KEY INCLUDED. A multiple choice exercise with the basic grammar points students should know when they start 7th grade (3rd year learning English). Wish you all a nice school year. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, mena:)))
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 1138

More Practice on Paraphrasing for Upper Intermediate Students
Another useful worksheet to revise important structures used in FCE or similar tests. ( wish, so,such, many,much, as, passive, causative, present perfect, whether) Hope you like it! KEY INCLUDED!!!
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1098

Hi there! I´ve prepared this ws for my elementary/pre-inter mediate students. Sometimes students think they know dates, numbers, etc and I realized that it was difficult for them to say years for example. This ws includes grammar points to notice and also includes some cultural hints (the origin of the names of the days of the week and months so yo...
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
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Simple past, Polite Requests, Personal Pronouns
by Adryenn

Level: elementary
Age: +12

Students fill in gaps with the past form of verbs, write in the missing words of a dialogue, they write requests (Could you....,please?)and replace names with personal pronouns to avoid repeating words in sentences. Eg.: Mary is 10. Mary is my friend. --> Mary is 10. She is my friend. (The exercises are based on Project 3. unit 1.)


Simple Past -- Polite Requests -- Using Pronouns

Fill in the gaps with the right word. Choose from the list below and write the past form.
My parents  married in 1988.
I  born on 31st January, 1990.
I  up in a small town. We  in a big house and we  three dogs.
I  school when I  5 years old.
We  to California when I was 16 years old.
move        be(2x)          start            live              grow            have              get
Read the dialogue and write in the missing words
Denis: Hello Tracy. Did you get my e-mail  the bungee jump?                                       
Tracy: Yes, I did. I  it a  of days ago. What  you jump ?
Denis: A bridge. It was  a river.                                                                              
Tracy: Oh, mega! Was it ? Did you enjoy ?
Denis: Yes, I did. It  brilliant.                                                                        
Tracy: Were scared? 
Denis: Well, I was a  scared before I jumped for the  time.
Tracy: The first time??? How  times did you  it?
Denis: Three.
Tracy: Wow!
good       off         you      many     about      it          bit      was        do       couple        did       over        got          first
Read the  situations and write polite requests. Choose expressions from the list below.
Example: It's cold in the room. COULD YOU close the window, PLEASE?
a) It's hot in the room.
b) Someone is speaking too fast.
c) You want to go into town to do the shopping, but you have missed the bus.
d) You didn't hear the teacher's question.
e) You can't relax, because the music, coming from your brother's room, is too loud.
give me a lift;    repeat it;    close the window;     open the window;   turn the radio down;   speak more slowly;  switch on the TV;  give me a bus
Replace the repeated names with pronouns.
EXAMPLE: Mary lives in Hungary. Mary is 12 years old.
                                                         She   is 12 years old.
a) David is a football player. David had a match yesterday.
b) Tom and Jerry don't like each other. Tom and Jerry are not friends.
c) The dog didn't eat the potato. The dog ate the meat.
d) My mum did the shopping on Friday. My mum usually does the shopping on Friday.
e) Molly and I are in class 7.  Molly and I go to Greenhill High School.



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