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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: 2309

Speaking activity -Revision board game - 6th form
It´s a speaking activity.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Downloads: 2069

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: 1360

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: 1248

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: 1230

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: 1118



Fill in the gaps with one of the following words/expressions in the right form. You may use them more than once. Don't forget to add the pronouns when necessary
Break down      call by      cut sb off      hang up       put someone through       hand (sb) over to sb     
hang on (infml)           engaged        call back       get through       pick (sb-sth) up         hold on
        1- A: Good morning, this is Mrs Jones. Could I please speak to Mr Simons?
            B: , I'll .
            A: Thanks.
 2- A: Hi Jim, it's Mary. Your son wants to tell you something. , I'll    to him.
            B: Dad? HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!
3-  A: Yesterday I had a terrible day! My car while I was driving  in the highway!
             B: Oh no! so what did you do?
 A: Well, I tried to call my garage about 4 times but I always got the  signal. So I ended up calling 911 so that they could  the emergency rescue service, but when they did, I got . Soooo, I had to  and explain everything again.
            B: But did you finally  to a mechanic?
A: Yeah, thanks God! The tow truck finally came, but Jim had to come and  because I had to leave my car in the garage.
4- A: Lex Motors, how can we help you?
     B: Hi, this is ms. Jackson. I'm calling to know if my car's already been fixed. It's a 2007 red Mustang.
           A: , I'll ask the mechanic.
           B: Thanks.
A: Ms Jackson? Your car's been fixed, so you can come whenever you want and  .
           B: Thanks, is it ok if I  this evening?
           A: Yes, of course.
           B: Ok, thank you, have a nice day!
           A: Thanks, you too.
       5-  A: Hi, it's Mike again. Sorry but I got . So, What time did you say?
 B: The dinner is at eight but I was thinking we could meet before and have  some drinks, what do you think?
           A: Perfect! Do you wanna meet me at the pub? Or I can  if you prefer. 
B: No, don't worry I've got some things to do, so I'll see you at the pub at  6.30?
           A: Great! so I'll see you there!
           B: Bye, see you later!

Pic Man on the phone by Joaquín Santamaría Morales



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