The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified
In this blog post I have created an infographic to simplify the Present Perfect tense, my objective is to make this tense less intimidating for students. Students arrive with a built in aversion to the Present Perfect tense and generally speaking they find it illogical and confusing. I have experimented with a number of different ways of teaching the Present Perfect tense: I've tried combining it with the Present Perfect Continuous, contrasting it with the Past Simple and teaching just one…
Have you ever ...?
It´s an exercise to practise ´Have you ever ...?´. Students have to complete the questions with the correct past participle form of the verbs in brackets. B&W version and KEY included. Hope you can use it with your ss. Hugs mada :) - ESL worksheets
All About Me
The new year has gotten off to a great start. We started the school year off by learning everything we could about one another. The first thing we did was to trace all the children’s bodies onto butcher paper and rolled them up and sent them home for the family to create a life size poster all about their child. When they started coming back we where amazed at how the families took time with their children to create a life like representation of their child. Each child had a turn to explain…
Board Game - A Terrible Day (Simple Past)
With this board game students will practise the simple past. Please review necessary grammar points before the game to make it a success (pronunciation can be tricky, esp. -ed). An enjoyable way to test and practise grammar. - ESL worksheets
Board Game - What would you do if...?
With this board game students will practise the second conditional. Please review necessary grammar before the game to make it a success. Encourage longer answers and stimulate discussion to improve fluency. (You might need to alter some of the Â´adultÂ´ questions if youÂ´re working with young teens). Enjoy. - ESL worksheets
THIS IS MY TOWN
An integrated skills activity about towns and cities and how to describe a place. Students read the text and label the places on the map. Then they match the places and the things with pronouns 1-8 underlined in the text and complete some sentences about the text using the prepositions of place given. Finally they Write about the centre of their town or village. Key provided. - ESL worksheets
since, for, yet, already, just, ever, never, still, recently, lately - signal words in present perfect - with grammar & key & B&W
This ws helps the ss learn the signal words in present perfect and how to use them. Hope you like it. The pics are from fumira.jp. Hugs, Zsuzsapszi - ESL worksheets
FOR OR SINCE - BEEN OR GONE
Practice on these two difficult grarmmar points when students are learning the Present Perfect tense. They complete the gaps for for or since in a large array of example and then they decide if they should use been or gone. Key provided - ESL worksheets
What Make Me Smile- preschool handprint smiley face activity
What makes my 4 year old smile activityWe have been busy doing smiley face themed crafts & activities! My son (photo above) made handprint smiley faces by painting just his palm area yellow and making a print. He made thumbprint eyes and then drew on a mouth with marker. I wrote the 'What Makes Me' and he write 'Smile.' I asked him what made him laugh, smile, or laugh and he answered with everything from America's Funniest Home Videos to eating with Grandma to going outside. This will be…
Past Simple and Present Perfect
In this article we are going to speak about some grammar tenses in English – Past Simple and Present Perfect. Here I have a table for you, so you can see how and when we can use these two gra…
Present Continuous Use (or Present Progressive Use)
Present continuous use - Clear explanations about when to use the present continuous (or present progressive) tense in English, with lots of exercises.
Four exercises on the topic: underline the correct tag, match the correct tag, write the correct tag, be careful with the tags to the following sentences. Keys are included. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets