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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: 1257

 
ASKING AND ANSWERING QUESTIONS WITH DO / DOES / DON´T / DOESN´T
Thank you :-)
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 921

 
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: 701

 
"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: 677

 
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: 649

 
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

 
 
 

          
  •   Write have or has :

I

You

He

She

It

We

They

 
 
1.- My parents a beautiful house in the city.

2.- I a fantastic apartment in Toronto.

3.- My father  a new job.

4.- My brother a lot of friends.

5.- They an English test tomorrow.

6.- This woman   seven children.

7.- We  a lot of money.

8.- They an ugly monster.

9.- My cousin  a new girlfriend.

10.- The pupil  an old pencil box.

11.- You  a different name.

12.- My teacher  glasses.

              

  •   Choose the correct answer:                                                                       

She _____ long hair.

a. is

 

c. has

 

 


 

He ______ sad.

a. is

 

c. has

 

He ______ angry.

a. is

c. has

 

He __ a  puzzle.

a. is

 

c. has

 


The dog __ a  bone.

a. is

 

c. has

The baby ___ hungry.

a. is

c. has


The boy __ a  kite.

a. is

 

c. has

The cat  _____ white.

a. is

c. has

Tom _____ books.

a. is

 

c. has

 

The man _____ fat.

a. is

c. has


 

  • Look at the picture and complete the sentences:  have or has / is or are                                                                

 
  1. Meet Ben and Penny. They  brother and sister.
  2. Ben  eleven  and Penny  eight years old.
  3. She  long hair and her brother   short hair.
  4.  They   going to school now. They   very happy.
  5. Penny  a new bicycle. She   a small toy mouse .
  6. Ben  a book and a pencil in his hand. He also  a ball.
  7. They  school bags today.
  8. Ben and Penny   good friends. They do all together.
 


 

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