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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • As different as chalk and cheese

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

    A British English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • As different as chalk and cheese

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

    An American English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • 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.

  • A romantic meeting

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

    An American English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Over the bridge…

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

    An American English worksheet to write a description of an imaginary place to live. To complete a partner's description of an imaginary place to live.

  • 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.

  • Bingo: Time

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

    A British English worksheet to play a game of bingo and to recognize the times of the day.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Something strange happened on the way to…

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

    An American English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Where's the English Language Institute?

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

    An American English worksheet to follow directions and to fill in details on a map.

  • Horoscope consequences

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

    An American English worksheet to create an imaginary horoscope by writing predictions.

  • Where's the Park School of English?

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

    A British English worksheet to follow directions and to fill in details on a map.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Descriptions

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

    A British English worksheet to write a description of a place or a person using given words and expressions.

  • 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.

  • Something strange happened on the way to…

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

    A British English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • Descriptions

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

    An American English worksheet to write a description of a place or person using given words and expressions.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Getting to know you

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

    To practice asking and answering personal information questions.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Whose life is it?

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

    An American English worksheet to fill in a questionnaire anonymously. To read questionnaires completed by other members of the class and to guess who wrote them.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • A romantic meeting

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

    A British English worksheet to create a story by inventing answers to questions and writing them down.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Whose life is it?

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

    A British English worksheet to fill in a questionnaire anonymously. To read questionnaires completed by other members of the class and to guess who wrote them.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Horoscope consequences

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

    A British English worksheet to create an imaginary horoscope by writing predictions.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Do you do it yourself?

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

    An American English worksheet to practice causatives.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • A day in my town

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

    An American English worksheet to plan a day in the place where you live and write a letter explaining the plan to a foreign friend who is coming to visit you for a day.

  • 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.

  • A day in my town

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

    A British English worksheet to plan a day in the place where you live and write a letter explaining the plan to a foreign friend who is coming to visit you for a day.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • If only I'd taken more chances

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

    An American English worksheet to imagine that you are 87 years old, and to talk about past regrets.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • A + B = C

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

    A British English worksheet to write the words under the pictures.

  • Mistakes at the airport

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

    A British English worksheet: In each of the signs, there is a spelling mistake (an extra letter). For each one, correct the mistake and put the extra letter in the small square.

  • Elvis's greatest hits

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

    A British English worksheet: In this puzzle there are ten Elvis songs. The title of each song is two words. Assemble these seven titles and write them with the correct pictures.

  • Longer, shorter, longer …

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

    A British English worksheet to write the words in the grid. Each word is one letter shorter or longer than the last.

  • Find the middles

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

    A British English worksheet: In each group in the grid, all three words need the same two (or three) letters in the middle. Decide what the letters are and write them in.

  • Heavy syllables

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

    A British English worksheet to read the words aloud, then write them in the correct gaps depending on their stress pattern.

  • Special sentences

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

    A British English worksheet to discover why each of the nine sentences is special.

  • Words into numbers

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

    A British English worksheet: In this puzzle, the clues are the areas of countries. Read the words and put the numbers into the grid.

  • Close the shutters

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

    A British English worksheet to replace the shutters on the eight windows so that you can read four proverbs and the first lines of four songs.

  • Folded twice

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

    A British English worksheet to discover what is written on the folded pieces of paper by putting the correct front and back views together.

  • If only I'd taken more chances

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

    A British English worksheet to imagine that you are 87 years old, and to talk about past regrets.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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  • Hi there,

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  • You have some really good worksheets in the skills section but it would be so much easier to access them (and less frustrating) if you could GROUP THEM according to level say what grammar is being practised. This applies to all the worksheet sections. I must admit that half the time I give up as it takes so long to open them all.

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