Number one for English language teachers

Fruit: Some and any

Type: General lesson plan

A pairwork memory game for teenagers and adults, designed to practise using some and any in affirmatives, questions and negatives.

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Readers' comments (4)

  • Hi George,
    Thank you for your advice!
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hi Maria,

    I don't work in a school but I do own a computer and several programmes on it can open PDFs; each programme has an option to send certain pages to the printer - I simply have to indicate them in the print dialogue before I press the 'Print' button. I cannot afford such waste as multiple printouts of teacher's notes. I'm only guessing here but I think what you are trying to do in your school is print a file without opening it in a reader; in this case you may not see a full-scale print dialogue. Adobe Reader is a free programme (Adobe Acrobat is too expensive, even with the educational institutions discount) and it allows to select what pages you wish to print. You can download it from the Adobe website.


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  • Hi mariesol,

    Thank you for your comment - we're really glad you like the resources.

    We don't currently have any plans to separate the teacher's notes and student worksheets for our resources. We used to provide separate pdfs, however, we received feedback from teachers saying that they would prefer to have both parts in one pdf as some pages were difficult to navigate and they felt it was harder to find what they were looking for. It is possible to separate pdf pages using Adobe Acrobat, and you may find this helpful.

    I have added your comment to our feedback database.

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hi I really ;like using onstopenglish resources but at our college we have to send all our materials electronically to be printed in a central printing area. This means that it is difficult to send the PDFs as the tutor information and the student materials are on the same PDF. We don't have any way of specifying which pages we want to print so have to send all the pages and end up with lots of copies of the teacher materials. Is t here any way you could separate the teacher materials and the learner materials onto two PDfs? Thanks, Maria

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