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Miscellaneous speaking worksheets

A selection of speaking worksheets and lesson plans from Macmillan resources.

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  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Look back

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • What have you been up to?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions using cards as cues.

  • Habits

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write about habits and routines and to find people in the class with the same habits and routines.

  • Mix and match

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by matching verbs with other words and expressions.

  • Spot the similarities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find similarities between two different pictures by asking and answering questions. To write brief descriptions of the pictures.

  • Travel

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put words in the correct order to form questions. To ask and answer questions about travelling.

  • Getting to know your classmates

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions in the present simple.

  • I'm different now

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to talk about yourself as a child and to compare the way things were with the way things are now.

  • I'm different now

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about yourself as a child and to compare the way things were with the way things are now.

  • Your secret is out!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write imaginary information about people by completing unfinished sentences.

  • Your secret is out!

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write imaginary information about people by completing unfinished sentences.

  • Friendly advice

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice giving advice using should and the first conditional.

  • Fact or superstition?

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the first conditional.

  • Who were they?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to answer questions in a quiz about famous people from history and fiction.

  • A holiday to remember

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to describe a holiday using pictures and to collect information and fill in a chart about other students' holidays.

  • Who's who?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to exchange information about two families.

  • What does that represent?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering personal information questions.

  • Who am I talking about?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing people.

  • Battleships

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find hidden words or sentences by naming numbered squares on a grid.

  • Names and numbers

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write names and numbers and to guess what your partner's names and numbers mean.

  • Yes/no game

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write information about people and to ask and answer questions in order to guess who the people are.

  • What have you been up to?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions using cards as prompts.

  • Look back

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • Dream destinations

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find the person who has the other half of your picture by describing your own picture. To write a description of a place.

  • I was going to, but…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to invent sentences using picture cards as cues.

  • Landscapes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write a description of a picture. To listen to the description of a picture and draw it.

  • Where can I buy some bread?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and say where places are.

  • Can you make a cake?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about abilities.

  • Daily routine

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to predict a partner's daily routine and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • Travel

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put word in the correct order to form questions. To ask and answer questions about traveling.

  • Family tree

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review vocabulary associated with families.

  • Perfect love

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about personal appearance and preferences.

  • Twenty questions

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice and review questions and answers using the present simple.

  • One of those days

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, making complaints, apologizing and making requests.

  • How long?...

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out how long people have been doing things by asking and answering questions.

  • Around the world in ten minutes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about things you've done and things you haven't done yet by playing a board game.

  • Have you ever?...

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present perfect and past simple.

  • It's all wrong

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice giving reasons why things are wrong.

  • Job priorities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read about and discuss things that are important for people when looking for a job.

  • A vacation to remember

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to describe a vacation using pictures and to collect information and fill in a chart about other students' vacations.

  • Who's who?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to exchange information about two families.

  • Coffeepot

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review using the present simple and and present progressive tenses.

  • You're washing a giraffe!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the present progressive by miming and asking and answering questions.

  • Find three people who…

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering about habits, hobbies and routines

  • I live in Buckingham Palace

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by matching verbs with other words and expressions.

  • My week

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to use verbs and other words and expressions to make sentences about what the students do at different times on different days of the week.

  • It's an order!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write instructions and to play a game of dominoes by matching instructions with opposite instructions.

  • Dream destinations

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find the person who has the other half of your picture by describing your own picture. To write a description of a place.

  • I was going to, but…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to invent sentences using picture cards as prompts.

  • Landscapes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write a description of a picture. To listen to the description of a picture and draw it.

  • Encounters of a spooky kind

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to dictate part of a story and to write down what your partner dictates to you.

  • Health survey

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to do a health survey.

  • Spot the differences

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find ten differences between two pictures by asking and answering questions.

  • How was your vacation?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about a vacation.

  • What am I doing?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to mime an activity for the rest of the class to guess.

  • What shall we do?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking for and making suggestions.

  • Spot the difference

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions with is there/are there, there is/there are.

  • Trivia quiz

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions with the present simple.

  • What's wrong?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write affirmative and negative sentences with there is/there are + a, an, some, any.

  • Comparisons

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to make comparisons using cards.

  • Extra!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask questions to obtain information in order to complete newspaper articles.

  • Success story

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to interview a partner about his or her fictitious life and to complete a magazine article based on the information obtained.

  • Children and money

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice verb complementation and to encourage a class discussion on money.

  • Money talks

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review and extend money vocabulary.

  • Why do they do it?

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice ways of giving reasons.

  • Getting ready to go

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about travel plans.

  • Find the mistake

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to identify and correct grammatical mistakes in sentences.

  • I think my partner…

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice sharing opinions using the present simple.

  • Party people!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and anwering questions with there is/there are.

  • What's on TV?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet using the present simple to talk about TV shows. Asking for and giving times.

  • Everything we know

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by giving personal information about one another.

  • Different lives

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to describe a typical day using pictures.

  • True or false?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write true and false sentences about likes and dislikes and to guess a partner's true and false sentences.

  • Encounters of a spooky kind

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to dictate part of a story and to write down what your partner dictates to you.

  • Alphabet game

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a word game by following instructions and doing forfeits when the rules are broken.

  • Life changes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to guess what has happened to change people's lives by listening to sentences about their past life and how they are coping with the new situation.

  • School days

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Poor Fabio

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to predict a story from pictures and to match lines of a story to pictures.

  • A vacation

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to guess details about a partner's last vacation and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • What shall we do?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking for and making suggestions.

  • Find out

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • A holiday

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to guess details about a partner's last holiday and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • What are their names?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out people's names by describing them.

  • Guess who?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about daily routine, likes, dislikes and abilities.

  • Job interview

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about qualifications and abilities.

  • I'm the President of the United States!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the present simple with adverbs of frequency.

  • Predict your future

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about the future and to write a group poster.

  • On safari

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by obeying rules and obligations.

  • Style trial

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about your style of dress.

  • He looks nice - he must be a teacher!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about the characteristics usually associated with people in certain jobs and to guess what people do for a living.

  • Predict your future

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about the future and to write a group poster.

  • Just a minute

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to describe people and things using relative pronouns.

  • Tastes in entertainment

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to discuss personal tastes in entertainment.

  • Invitation dominoes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of dominoes matching places and time expressions with the correct preposition. To make invitations.

  • Food, glorious food!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • Find the mistake

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to identify and correct grammatical mistakes in sentences.

  • Age matters

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to categorize vocabulary and to discuss personal associations with different age groups.

  • Food, glorious food!

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • Invitation dominoes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of dominoes matching places and time expressions with the correct preposition. To make invitations.

  • More about you

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions and to practice sharing opinions.

  • A group story

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice telling a story using the past simple and past progressive tenses.

  • Class habits

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out whether statements about other students' habits are right and to correct them if they are wrong.

  • A dream house

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to look at a picture of a house for a short time and to memorize as many details as possible.

  • On holiday

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to predict which activities a partner likes or doesn't like doing on holiday and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • How many people can…?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out what people in the class can do by asking and answering questions.

  • Alphabet game

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a word game by following instructions and doing forfeits when the rules are broken.

  • Life changes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to guess what has happened to change people's lives by listening to sentences about their past life and how they are coping with the new situation.

  • School days

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • What's your verdict?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read court cases and say whether you think people are guilty or not guilty. To guess the court's verdict.

  • Don't say it!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a team game by making up definitions and guessing words.

  • Anything's possible

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to complete some sentences as if you were your partner.

  • What's your verdict?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read court cases and say whether you think people are guilty or not guilty. To guess the court's verdict.

  • Useful objects crossword

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • Find out

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • What are their names?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out people's names by describing them.

  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • I'd like an ice cream, please

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking what people would like and making polite requests.

  • What am I going to do?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to mime the actions leading up to something you are going to do. To guess what other members of the class are going to do by watching their mime.

  • When did you last…?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Are you jealous?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing feelings and sharing opinions.

  • What are they doing?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using the present progressive.

  • Animal instinct

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to pretend you are an animal and to give personal information as if you were that animal. To guess what animals other people are pretending to be.

  • Can you do it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out about people's abilities by asking and answering questions.

  • Movie review

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write movie reviews of imaginary movies by looking at pictures which could be movie posters.

  • Animal instinct

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to pretend you are an animal and to give personal information as if you were that animal. To guess what animals other people are pretending to be.

  • Can you do it?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out about people's ability by asking and answering questions.

  • Film review

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write film reviews of imaginary films by looking at picture which could be film posters.

  • Cultural tic tac toe

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present passive.

  • Age matters

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to categorize vocabulary and to discuss personal associations with different age groups.

  • Fashion conscious or fashion victim?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to interview a partner about fashion and clothes using a questionnaire.

  • Star qualities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to fill in a chart by asking and answering questions about appearance and character. To use this information to match people to their star signs.

  • Fashion conscious or fashion victim?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to interview a partner about fashion and clothes using a questionnaire.

  • Star qualities

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to fill in a chart by asking and answering questions about appearance and character. To use this information to match people to their star signs.

  • Can you do me a favor?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using can and could.

  • Which one are you going to buy?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice comparing different items.

  • Who is stronger?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to compare abilities and physical attributes.

  • Directions

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask for and give directions to different places on a map.

  • Draw the sentence

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to draw and guess what people are doing.

  • Food and drink dominoes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of dominoes by matching quantity and container words with food and drink.

  • Anything's possible

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete some sentences as if you were your partner.

  • Don't say it

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a team game by making up definitions and guessing words.

  • Useful objects crossword

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • What do we have in common?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write personal details and to find people in the class with the same information.

  • Family matters

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • I know you don't I? 2

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to predict personal information about a partner and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • Spot the differences 3

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find ten differences between two pictures by asking and answering questions.

  • Business cards

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to introduce people to each other, giving personal information.

  • Stress dominoes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of dominoes by matching names of countries with their stress patterns.

  • Friends

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about friends.

  • Find out

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • One thing leads to another

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put the stages of a relationship in order according to different criteria.

  • Spotlight on you

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write a question for each student in the class. To ask and answer questions.

  • What are you doing next week?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to make plans for the following week and arrange times and places to meet other members of the class.

  • Mathematical dominoes

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To review numbers 1 - 20 and the alphabet.

  • The name game

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice using the alphabet.

  • Find your place

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice asking and answering information questions in the present simple.

  • Guggenheim

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To review and activate vocabulary from Skyline 1.

  • Tell me about yourself

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice asking for and giving personal information.

  • The story of Bob Dylan

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice information questions in the past simple.

  • Getting to know you

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice asking and answering personal information questions.

  • Then and now

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To ask and speak about habits and states in the past.

  • Memory test

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to look at a picture for a short time and to memorize as many details as possible.

  • Visiting cards

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to introduce people to one another, giving personal information.

  • Where is it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and say where things are.

  • Find out

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Likes and dislikes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to facilitate speaking to as many partners as possible, agreeing and disagreeing with likes and dislikes.

  • Spot the similarities

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find similarities between two different pictures by asking and answering questions. To write brief descriptions of the pictures.

  • Who are you?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete an information sheet with personal details by asking and answering questions.

  • Class list

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete a chart by asking about jobs and names.

  • People and places quiz

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To play a game of noughts and crosses by answering questions correctly.

  • Wrong numbers

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask for and correct telephone numbers.

  • People and places quiz

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To play a game of noughts and crosses by answering questions correctly.

  • What have we got in common?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To write personal details and to find people in the class with the same information.

  • Family matters

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • I know you don't I? 1b

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to predict personal information about a partner and to find out how many predictions were right.

  • Spot the differences 2b

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find ten differences between two pictures by asking and answering questions.

  • Lifestyle profiles

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write a character profile for a person and match it to a picture of a person.

  • Men and women are from different planets

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read statements and discuss them.

  • Things to do, places to visit

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about plans.

  • Do you have it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out what people in the class have by asking and answering questions.

  • Photo album

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about family relationships.

  • When and what?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about daily routines.

  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Half-minute topics

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • Are you in tune?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to see how well the students know each other by predicting a partner's answers to questions about their musical taste.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to complete unfinished sentences. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • But what are they doing now?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to facilitate speaking to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about jobs and leisure activities.

  • Talk about routines

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by asking and answering questions about routines.

  • Find your partners

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about names, cities and countries.

  • Geography race

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about countries, capitals and locations.

  • Swapping information

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using the present simple of to be, third person singular.

  • City trivia

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present simple by asking and answering questions about countries, capitals and landmarks.

  • Group predictions

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to share opinions and ideas about urban life.

  • Memories and plans

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about personal memories and plans.

  • Someone like me

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice adjectives with -ed and -ing endings by completing a questionnaire.

  • Word-build dominoes

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to increase awareness of affixes with cognate root words.

  • Habits

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write about habits and routines and to find people in the class with the same habits and routines.

  • Have you got it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out what people in the class have got by asking and answering questions.

  • Spot the similarities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find similarities between two different pictures by asking and answering questions. To write brief descriptions of the pictures.

  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Half-minute topics

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • Are you in tune?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to see how well the students know each other by predicting a partner's answers to questions about their musical taste.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete unfinished sentences. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • But what are they doing now?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to facilitate speaking to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about jobs and leisure activities.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write sentences describing routine activities. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • Who were they?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to answer questions in a quiz about famous people from history and fiction.

  • We aren't British

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write sentences about things the students have in common and then to play a matching game.

  • Favourites

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write about favourite things and to find people in the class with the same favourite things.

  • They're neighbours

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write sentences about pictures and then to play a matching game.

  • Secret identities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write the names of famous people using numbers in place of letters of the alphabet. To work out names according to a code by doing a running dictation.

  • What's this?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to memorize where objects are and say what they are.

  • Lifestyle profiles

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write a character profile for a person and match it to a picture of a person.

  • Men and women are from different planets

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read statements and discuss them.

  • Things to do, places to visit

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about plans.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write sentences describing routine activities. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to complete unfinished sentences. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete unfinished sentences. To pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • Mix and match

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by matching verbs with other words and expressions.

  • Where can I buy some bread?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and say where places are.

  • Can you make a cake?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about abilities.

  • Spot the differences

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find ten differences between two pictures by asking and answering questions.

  • What am I doing?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to mime an activity for the rest of the class to guess.

  • One of those days

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, making complaints, apologising and making requests.

  • How long?...

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out how long people have been doing things by asking and answering questions.

  • Round the world in ten minutes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to talk about things you've done and things you haven't done yet by playing a board game.

  • Getting ready to go

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about travel plans.

  • Job priorities

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read about and discuss things that are important for people when looking for a job.

  • Health survey

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to do a health survey practising countable and uncountable nouns and food and drink vocabulary.

  • Comparisons

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to make comparisons using cards.

  • Stop press

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask questions to obtain information in order to complete newspaper articles.

  • Success story

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to interview a partner about their fictitious life and to complete a magazine article based on the information obtained.

  • On safari

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by obeying rules and obligations.

  • Style trial

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about your style of dress.

  • He looks nice - he must be a teacher!

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to talk about the characteristics usually associated with people in certain jobs and to guess what people do for a living.

  • When we were ten

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • What is it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet in which students listen to descriptions of inventions and guess what they are. For each correct answer, students collect a letter of the alphabet and then try to make the longest word.

  • I'd like some ice cream, please

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking what people would like and making polite requests.

  • What am I going to do?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to mime the actions leading up to something you are going to do. To guess what other members of the class are going to do by watching their mime.

  • When did you last…?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Hexagon race

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game by answering language questions correctly.

  • Battlefield or bed of roses?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to categorize vocabulary and discuss attitudes towards being in love.

  • Who asked me that?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and then to remember who asked which questions.

  • The river of life

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about your life now and in the past.

  • Stuff and things

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • True and false definitions

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game in teams, guessing correct definitions and writing false definitions for words.

  • What's happened?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Print material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about pictures.

  • Is there a bank?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about places and to practice reading a map.

  • They're getting married

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice reading and understanding a sequence of events.

  • Cooperative crossword

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice defining and describing places in the city.

  • Do you agree?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using superlatives.

  • Incomplete history

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking questions using the past simple.

  • The richest woman in the world

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to make sentences using the causatives have and get.

  • Do you do it yourself?

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice causatives.

  • Find the person with the most…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Lost and found

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find lost objects by describing them.

  • Ouch!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write complaints about health and corresponding advice. To play a game by matching advice to complaints.

  • World quiz

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of noughts and crosses by choosing the correct answers to questions about world facts.

  • Battlefield or bed of roses?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to categorize vocabulary and discuss attitudes to being in love.

  • Hexagon race

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game by answering language questions correctly.

  • Who asked me that?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions and then to remember who asked which questions.

  • The river of life

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about your life now and in the past.

  • True and false definitions

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game in teams, guessing correct definitions and writing false definitions for words.

  • What's happened?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking and answering questions about pictures.

  • Find out

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Sentences in a hat

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete unfinished sentences and to pick sentences out of a hat and find out who wrote them by asking questions.

  • Snakes and ladders

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by saying whether historical facts are true or false.

  • What are they doing?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to look at silhouettes of people doing different activities and to guess what they are doing.

  • When we were ten

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Your views on technology

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read about and discuss some comments about technology.

  • What is it?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet in which students listen to descriptions of inventions and guess what they are. For each correct answer, students collect a letter of the alphabet and then try to make the longest word.

  • Life would have been different

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to talk about things you wish you had or hadn't done.

  • Your views on technology

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read and discuss some points about technology.

  • Find the person with the most …

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out about members of the class by asking and answering questions.

  • Lost and found

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find lost objects by describing them.

  • World quiz

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of tick-tack-toe by choosing the correct answers to questions about world facts.

  • Do it yourself?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible about jobs that need doing.

  • Amazing facts

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of tick-tack-toe by choosing the correct answers to questions about natural and manufactured products around the world.

  • Challenges

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to try out challenges in teams and fill out a chart to show what members of the team can and can't do.

  • They need advice!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise giving advice.

  • Pictionary

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise vocabulary.

  • Who is it?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise answering and asking questions about physical descriptions.

  • Unreal debate

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise using the second conditional.

  • Fantasy questionnaire

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise using the second conditional.

  • 3 by 4

    Author: Maria Toth Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practise distinguishing between different vowel and consonant sounds.

  • Trying to get home

    Author: Maria Toth Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practise making suggestions.

  • Mime it!

    Author: Maria Toth Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practise using the present tense.

  • Purposeful activities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to find out information about people by asking and answering questions.

  • I've just…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many people as possible to practise using present perfect.

  • Do it yourself

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many people as possible about jobs that need doing.

  • Amazing facts

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of noughts and crosses by answering questions on natural and manufactured products.

  • Tell your group

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game to practise past simple regular verbs.

  • A sign of the time

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game to practise using the past simple.

  • Yesterday

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game to practise past simple regular verbs using questions and short answers.

  • Life would have been different

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to talk about things you wish you had or hadn't done.

  • Business terms

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practise adjective-noun collocations used in business.

  • The grass is always greener

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write sentences about things you regret about your present state.

  • Permission to lie

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game in teams, guessing correct definitions, and writing false definitions for words.

  • My kind of people

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write sentences about people, places, and times.

  • Snakes and ladders

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by putting the correct phrasal verbs in sentences.

  • Have you ever …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game by asking and answering questions about experiences.

  • Guess the place

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write down what you can and can't do in places, and to guess what the places are by reading the rules.

  • Snakes and ladders

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by putting the correct missing word in sentences.

  • Think of a word

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game by finding words in given categories.

  • If I had the chance

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write about and discuss what you would do if you were in different positions of authority.

  • Describe it

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by describing and guessing words.

  • Spot the right word (progress check)

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to identify and correct lexical mistakes in sentences.

  • Ten things you should know about dreams

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to answer and discuss statements in a questionnaire about dreams.

  • The game of chance (progress check)

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of chance to help you make a decision.

  • What's the matter?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, giving advice for health complaints.

  • Would you mind …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, asking for permission, making requests and offering, using cards as cues.

  • Written and unwritten rules around the world

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to guess and discuss whether statements about countries around the world are true or false.

  • Jumbled biographies

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to use the past simple to reconstruct biographies of famous musicians.

  • Question line up

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present simple and past simple.

  • What do you know about Diana?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using the past simple.

  • Bingo!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the past participle form of regular and irregular verbs.

  • Have you ever …?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the present perfect with ever.

  • Snakes and ladders

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing experiences in the present perfect.

  • Find your way around

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review indirect questions and practice giving directions.

  • Unusual vacations

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to revise grammar structures.

  • Verb mini-crossword

    Author: Doug Case Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete a crossword with the verb that doesn't rhyme.

  • It doesn't rhyme!

    Author: Doug Case Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete a crossword with the word that doesn't rhyme.

  • Did you know …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to match two parts of a sentence.

  • Predictogram

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game by writing and reading out predictions.

  • I do it my way

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to talk about the way people do everyday activities and to guess what the activites are.

  • Crossword worksheet progress check

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • If I had the chance

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write about and discuss what you would do if you were in different positions of authority.

  • Describe it

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a boardgame by describing and guessing words.

  • Spot the right word

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to identify and correct lexical mistakes in sentences.

  • Challenges

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to try out challenges in teams and fill in a chart to show what members of the team can and can't do.

  • What's the matter?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, giving advice for health complaints.

  • Written and unwritten rules around the world

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to guess and discuss whether statements about countries around the world are true or false.

  • Brainstorm

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a team game by guessing words in different categories.

  • Permission to lie

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game in teams, guessing correct definitions, and writing false definitions for words.

  • My kind of people

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write sentences about people, places, and times.

  • Snakes and ladders

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by putting the correct phrasal verbs in sentences.

  • How's your bargaining?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to interview a partner using a questionnaire, and find out how good they are at bargaining.

  • Brainstorm

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a team game by guessing words in different categories.

  • Spend, spend, spend

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to spend your money as quickly as possible by playing a board game.

  • Tomorrow's world

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to predict information about the future.

  • Purposeful activities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find out information about people by asking and answering questions.

  • Travel dominoes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of dominoes by matching words that go together.

  • Crossword

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and to complete it.

  • Psychic link

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to dictate part of a story and to write down what your partner dictates to you.

  • Vacation choices

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to categorize vocabulary and to discuss what you look for in a vacation.

  • A dream

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write the story of a dream using pictures.

  • A good place to live

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to compare your ideal place to live with where you are living now.

  • What do you know about the world?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game of tic-tac-toe by choosing the correct answers to questions about world facts.

  • How much do you know?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review the use of the past simple.

  • Once upon a time

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing a sequence of events in the past.

  • I've lived here since 1996

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present perfect with for and since.

  • Festival mix up

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice reading and recognizing the present and past tenses.

  • Half a crossword

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice giving definitions.

  • Explain yourself

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice giving reasons using was going to.

  • How much do you know?

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the past passive.

  • Class survey

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to do a class survey by asking and answering questions and to report the results of the survey.

  • Did you know …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to match two parts of a sentence.

  • Holiday choices

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to categorise vocabulary and to discuss what you look for in a holiday.

  • Psychic link

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to dictate part of a story and to write down what your partner dictates to you.

  • How many uses can you think of?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to invent unusual uses for ordinary objects.

  • A dream

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write the story of a dream using pictures.

  • The game of chance

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of chance to help you make a decision.

  • Ten things you should know about dreams

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to answer and discuss statements in a questionnaire about dreams.

  • How's your haggling?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to interview a partner using a questionnaire, and find out how good they are at haggling

  • Spend, spend, spend

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to spend your money as quickly as possible by playing a board game.

  • Tomorrow's world

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to predict information about the future.

  • Ten years from now…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to make predictions about what people will be doing ten years from now.

  • Advertising campaign

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write and present a radio advertisement and to guess what products are being advertised.

  • Facts and myths

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to guess common myths and compare them with the facts that disprove them.

  • Ten years from now

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to make predictions about what people will be doing ten years from now.

  • Unsolved mysteries

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read about unsolved mysteries, and to speculate about possible explanations.

  • Did you know …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to match two parts of a sentence.

  • Predictogram

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a game by writing and reading out predictions.

  • Class survey

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to do a class survey by asking and answering questions and to report the results of the survey.

  • Tell your group …

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • Speculation

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speculate about what may have happened to cause situations illustrated in pictures.

  • Dear Sue, what should I do?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write letters asking for and giving advice.

  • What went wrong?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, commenting on things which went wrong on vacation.

  • Find someone who…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Find someone who …

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions and to complete a chart.

  • Your last day at home

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about how you would spend your last day at home if you were going away for a year.

  • This may be your life

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions in a survey about your life in the future.

  • Meal-times

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and answer questions about eating habits.

  • What will happen if …?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by making first conditional sentences.

  • What's Jennifer going to do?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the future with going to.

  • Life's big moments

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to recycle the present simple, past simple and future with going to.

  • Questions in a hat

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the use of the modal auxiliary will to make predictions.

  • I'm sure we've met

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the present perfect.

  • Time travelers

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice differentiating between the modal auxiliaries will and might.

  • I don't believe it!

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking questions.

  • Interview with the eighth dwarf

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions in the present and past simple.

  • Design a radio advertisement

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice imperatives.

  • Find the mistake

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to identify and correct grammatical mistakes in sentences.

  • Tell your group …

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a board game by talking about given topics.

  • Speculation

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speculate about what may have happened to cause situations illustrated in pictures.

  • Dear Sue, what should I do?

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write letters asking for and giving advice.

  • What went wrong?

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to speak to as many partners as possible, commenting on things which went wrong on holiday.

  • A good place to live

    Author: Colin Benn, Paul Dummett and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to compare your ideal place to live with where you are living now.

  • Meal-times

    Author: Colin Benn, Paul Dummett and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about eating habits.

  • Strange things happen…

    Author: Colin Benn, Paul Dummett and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by saying and listening to sentences.

  • What do you know about the world?

    Author: Colin Benn, Paul Dummett and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game of noughts and crosses by choosing the correct answers to questions about world facts.

  • Advertising campaign

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write and present a radio advertisement and to guess what products are being advertised.

  • Facts and myths

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to guess common myths and compare them with the facts that disprove them.

  • Neighbours

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to dictate part of a story and to write down what your partner dictates to you.

  • Unsolved mysteries (mysteries and possible explanations)

    Author: David Riley and Simon Greenall Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read about unsolved mysteries and to speculate about possible explanations.

  • Where is it?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to ask and say where things are.

  • Likes and dislikes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to facilitate speaking to as many partners as possible, agreeing and disagreeing with likes and dislikes.

  • Talk about routines

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a board game by asking and answering questions about routines.

  • Spot the similarities

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to find similarities between two different pictures by asking and answering questions. To write brief descriptions of the pictures.

  • Who are you?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to complete an information sheet with personal details by asking and answering questions.

  • When and what?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about daily routines.

  • Friends

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to ask and answer questions about friends.

  • Memory Test

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to look at a picture for a short time and to memorize as many details as possible.

  • One thing leads to another

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put the stages of a relationship in order according to different criteria.

  • Spotlight on you

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write a question for each student in the class. To ask and answer questions.

  • What are you doing next week?

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to make plans for the following week and arrange times and places to meet other members of the class.

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