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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: 1260

 
ASKING AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS WITH DO / DOES / DON´T / DOESN´T
Thank you :-)
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 927

 
DON´T - DOESN´T - DIDN´T - ISN´T - AREN´T
Students fill in the blanks in the sentences under the pictures using the appropiate auxiliary verb ("don´t", "doesn´t", "didn´t", "isn´t" or "aren´t"). I hope you like it and find it useful! Have a good evening/day!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 832

 
WAS-WERE-DID-WASN´T- WEREN´T-DIDN´T (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. 1º- Students have to complete some sentences with was, were or did. 2º- They complete a text with the past form of to be or did- didn’t. 3º- 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: 704

 
"DO" , "DON´T", "DOES", "DOESN´T". "DID", "DIDN´T"
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: 680

 
Causatives: have something done
Grammar guide and exercises to practice, for low advanced or high intermediate ss. Hope it´s useful. Thanks for downloading it.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 650

 
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

 
 
Fill in the blanks with /am / is/ are / have / has.

1. I a taxi driver.

2. She a new house.

3. Anna a little girl.

4. We a small farm.

5. They  my new friends.

6. Tom  short hair.

7. It cold today.

8.  He an old car.

9.  Peter and I in the park.

10. You  a red pencil box.

 
11. He riding a bike.
 
12. The children  many toys.
 
13. You two cats.
1. I in the classroom.
2.Kate long hair.
3.The giraffe a long neck.
4.The boys hungry.
5. The tomato red.
6. The door  brown.

7. I and Rita  in Paris.

8. We  a black ball.

9. Dana not a tall girl.

10.The pupil  near the window.
 
11. She  my young sister.
 
12. They  not at school today.
 
13. David and I soldiers.
1. You   not young.
2. The kids   playing now.
3. That man  a teacher.
4. I and Ben  late.
5. She got a pink bag.
6. My brother  19 years old.
7. We singing a song now
8. Tamar a pupil.
9. The girl  a puppy.
10. My father  55 years old.
 
11. Jack policeman.
 
12. She  a pretty bedroom.
 
13. He from Canada.
  
Fill in the blanks with :/am / is/ are / have / has.

Meet me!

I a monster.
My name Bimbo.
I 99 years old.
My body  purple.
I  not thin. I fat.
I got green hair.
My eyes yellow.
I two big eyes.
My teeth small and yellow.
I got 15 teeth.
My mouth big too.
Look at my hands!
I two green hands.
My fingers green too.
I two big feet.
I not scary at all.
Let's play!

 Meet my friend!

This monster my best friend.
His name Toro.
He always happy.
His body purple too.
We  both purple.
He got two big eyes.
His nose not small. It red.
He got a big mouth.
His teeth white.
He got 10 teeth.
Toro got ten fingers.
His hands very small.
He got two feet and 6 toes.
Toro a short monster.
My friend very funny,isn't he?

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