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travels downloadable worksheets:
Summer is almost here and our students will travel to other countries, and some useful vocabulary and speaking practice may be really useful. In the worksheet you can find a words-definitions matching exercise, them a speaking task about hotel staff, a task with facilities available at hotels, a gapfill dialogue and a ´skeleton´ dialogue, where onl...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1572

Types of travel and tourism
This is a four-page ws covering vocabulary of different types of tourism and travel, ways of travelling, verbs to describe your trip and travel idioms. The ws contains also a lot of exercises and keys are provided as well. I hope you´ll find it useful. If you find any mistakes, please let me know :)
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 1149

Airport vocabulary
Vocabulary sheet with words related to places and people at the airport.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Downloads: 1148

This worksheet includes a complete grammar-guide on confusing words related to travelling such as trip, journey, cruise etc. with explanations and examples in a chart format + 2 exercises to practise this topic. With keys. For intermediate and advanced levels.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 947

Postcards, part I.
This is the 1st part of worksheet I´ve created. The main purpose is to practise, beside some grammar and vocabulary skills (such as past tense), reading skills and understanding to text information. You can use it as conversational topic, or just to enhance your casual lesson. Have a fun!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 813

Travelling by plane
labeling pictures ,filling in the blanks, ordering preparation steps before travelling and completing mini dialogues that can take place at the airport.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 745

Travelling & tourism
You can find here vocabulary connected with tourism and travelling but at the same time it practises speaking because there are some questions for discussion and role-play activities.
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 708

Airport: How to book and board a flight (2 PAGES)
Your students can use this worksheet to practice booking a flight, using the example dialogue provided and then using the other dialogues to go through check-in and passport control. There is also a reading exercise on page 2 where the students read a conversation between a travel agent and a customer and then fill out the flight reservation form...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 688



Connect the words with their definition.

Ban ()

Brochure ()

curry ()

duty ()

excursion ()

fake ()

foreigners ()

significantly  ()

to advise of  ()

to compare ()

to queue ()

to ruin ()

to startle ()

to sunbathe()

trader ()


a.    a person who buys and sells

b.   advertisement magazine

c.    an Indian spice

d.   foreign people

e.    not real

f.     noticeably, much

g.   responsibility

h.   to forbid, especially officially

i.     to look at the differences between
 two or more things

j.     to sit or lie in the sun in order to
make your skin darker

k.    to spoil or destroy someone

l.     to stand in line

m.  to surprise

n.   to warn about

o.   trip





















choose the correct option.


1. This paintings are _____ they are not real.


2. In Yosemite National Park cars are _____ in order to avoid congestion and overcrowding.


3. I love to ________ you know, to sit in the sun in order to make your skin darker


4. My school is planning a/an _______ to Arenal Volcano, I want to go. I know it is a short trip, though.


5. Tourism is very important for Costa Rica`s economy, so that you can see lots of ____________ from different countries








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