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punctuation downloadable worksheets:
PUNCTUATION RULES
PUNCTUATION RULES.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 578

 
PUNCTUATION
Clear explanations of the usage of punctuations&exercis es on the 2.page.HUGS!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 494

 
Working with the Dictionary (5) - focus on Punctuation
Knowing how to work with the dictionary is an important tool to develop students´ autonomy. Inspired by Longman´s Active Study Dictionary Worksheets, I created one more worksheet with 4 simple exercises: matching the punctuation marks with their names; identifying the punctuation mark according to its use; punctuating sentences; punctuating a para...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 458

 
CAPITAL LETTERS
Simple rules for writing the capital letters plus a task and the key. The file was too big to include the B&W version, so I´m uploading that one, too. Hope you like it! Have a nice day!
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 432

 
Punctuation Worksheet 1
Worksheet in which students are asked to punctuate sentences. Easy to use. Answer Key is provided. Hope you find it helpful. :)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 418

 
PRESENT PERFECT PRACTICE (B&W + KEY)
It´s a matching exercise to practise Present Perfect (regular & irregular verbs). First the students complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. Then they have to match the sentences to the pictures. B&W version and KEY included. Hope U find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 418

 
Apostrophes: how to use apostrophes to show possession
** On the preview some text looks to be hidden, once downloaded it´s all there! I double checked :-) Having messed up recently with my own misunderstanding of the correct way to use an apostrophe to show possession. I thought I had better brush up. :-) This covers the basics for an elementary to intermediate level. Of course there are exception...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-11
Downloads: 390

 
Punctuation, "THE APOSTROPHE" and "POSSESSION"
Punctuation. EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND Worksheet of the APOSTROPHE. Simple but in detail. CONTRACTIONS; POSSESSIONS; PLURALS of Alphabet Letters. NUMEROUS examples and easy exercises - Family, and Opposites - in SIX PAGES of black-and-white script. POSSESSION is FULLY EXPLAINED. Students LOVE it!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Downloads: 377

 
 

Sentences

Directions: Choose the correct punctuation at the end of the sentence.

1. I want to go home
 
2. Is that your dog
 
3. My cat is white and brown
 
4. Are we going to the park today
 
5. What time is lunch
 

Directions: Read each sentence. Tell whether it is a telling sentence or asking sentence.

1. Our class has three pets
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
2. May I feed the frog
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
3. Josie wants to feed the fish
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
4. How many worms will the frog eat
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
5. The fish will eat four pellets
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
6. I like feeding our pets
telling sentence
asking sentence
 
 

Directions: Find the question words in the word search. Click on each letter to choose it. Check the words when you find them.

 
who            why            are
what           how            may
when          can             
where         is
 

 

 

       

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