English teaching exercises: present simple 


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Present simple forms

 

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Present simple forms
by Braulio Gonzalez

Date: 28 - Apr - 2010
Level: elementary
Age: +10

Description:
This will be the content of my first class, however I can not print this out for "my" students or make them work online. Wish me luck!!! for ESL 8th graders( 13-14 y.o.)


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Braulio Gonzalez
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manuelanunes3
Portugal

Thanks for sharing :)          posted by manuelanunes3 0
There is a mistake in one of the answers: He does not "not" to school...
Suggestion: you have separated the auxiliary verb from the negative "not" in all exercises except the last ones where you expect the students to write the contracted form of the negative. It would be better if you separated all of them.


Carla Horne
United States

          posted by Carla Horne 0
Hi,

I agree with manuelanunes3, but I do like your layout and your background because it is very easy to read. Just fix the one problem area, and youŽll have a great exercise.