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Likes and dislikes

Likes and dislikes
Write the verbs in blue in the corresponding gaps: Get - Tidy - Do - Brush - Make - Go - Go - Have - Meet - Eat 1. She doesn't like her room everyday 2. Do you like to bed at eleven o'clock? 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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15 games for the language of likes and dislikes 1. Likes and dislikes mimes Students mime whole sentences about likes and dislikes, e.g. miming “I hate tea” by showing picking up a cup from a saucer, sipping, and looking disgusted and maybe spitting it out. The game can be personalized by students only being given a single word or picture clue and miming their […]

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English Adjectives for Describing Physical Appearance - Vocabulary for Talking About How People Look attractive - a person who is very good looking. (men and women). Attractive is a word you might use to describe someone who is very nice to look at, but who is not stunningly beautiful or strikingly handsome. Tefl Spin: TEFL Games and Activities: Likes and Dislikes This is a simple game that you can use to practice yes/no questions and answers in the third person singular for the language function “talking about likes and dislikes.” Of course, you can easily modify the game to suit other grammar points and language functions. Like all successful game that I have used when teaching ESL, this one adheres to three simple principles: 1. The rules of the game are simple and easy to explain to students ( I have seen many a game or activity die a quick death because it was too complicated and the language necessary to explain the rules were beyond the language skills of the students.), 2. It results in students practicing the grammar point and language function in question, and 3.

Irregular Verb Page Englishpage.com's Irregular Verb Dictionary for English learners contains over 370 irregular verbs used in modern English. To view our Extended Irregular Verb Dictionary, which contains over 470 verbs including rare and antiquated forms, Click Here. Alternate forms are separated by /. The first form listed is the most commonly used. [More info]Forms which are primarily used in British English are in italics.

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