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past simple exercises > Coca Cola Commercial Super Bowl 2010
 

Coca Cola Commercial Super Bowl 2010

 

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Coca Cola Commercial Super Bowl 2010
by Carolina Ayub

Date: 01 - Mar - 2010
Level: elementary
Age: +12

Description:
The commercial was first shown during Super Bowl XLIV. Super Bowl commercials are a big hit in the USA. A sleeping man rises and goes on a sleepwalking safari across the African savanna. Students will watch the commercial and then put sentences in the correct order. They will also have to complete with the correct form of the verb in the simple past.


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Carolina Ayub
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chrissmolder
Australia

          posted by chrissmolder 0
This is great! Thanks :)


a isabel
Portugal

          posted by a isabel 0
I believe pupils will love this! Great!


ayalga
Spain

It is funny and students will like it!          posted by ayalga 0


Victoria-Ladybug
Israel

Thanks for sharing! useful !          posted by Victoria-Ladybug 0


mena22
Portugal

Thank you so much for sharing. Hugs, mena:))          posted by mena22 0


Kushtu
Ukraine

          posted by Kushtu 0
Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!


ncech
Italy

Great job! Thank you so much!          posted by ncech 20130318