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Adjectives Flashcards, Opposites flashcards, game cards, handouts, adjectives worksheets and printables

Adjectives Flashcards, Opposites flashcards, game cards, handouts, adjectives worksheets and printables
set 1: preview these cards strong, weak. tall, short, slow, fast, heavy, light, pretty, ugly, boring, fun, big, small large flash cards, small game cards, bingo cards, a handout same cards with b/w backings: small game cards, bingo cards Adjectives PowerPoint flashcards multilingual handouts: For worksheets and a printable game to match these cards, check out these worksheets in the flashcard worksheet section Tools for Educators is a website developed by MES with worksheet generators to make vocabulary and language building teaching materials, using the images from these flashcards. word serach generator crossword maker board gamespicture dictionary bingo boards 123 Listening is a website developed by MES with Dream English. listening worksheet makers listening test audio MES Games is an online ESL games site for students. ESL games Opposites flashcards set 2: preview these cards full, empty, high, low, wet, dry, close, far, long, short, new, old, easy, hard, dark, light, clean, dirty Related:  WorksheetsEnglish

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All Things Topics - Home English Worksheets Halloween – Conversation.se – Dialoger på engelska Dialog 1 Person 1: – I’m having a Halloween party on Friday. Would you like to come? Person 2: – Yeah, sounds like fun. Person 1: – It starts at 6pm and there will be food and drinks. Person 2: – Is it a costume party? Person 1: – Yes, and the person wearing the best costume will win a prize. Person 2: – Cool, I need to ask my parents, but I think I can come. Person 1: – Can you text me tonight, if you can make it? Person 2: – Yes, I’ll text you later. Dialog 2 Person 1: – Are you going to Ella’s Halloween party tomorrow? Person 2: – Yes, I am. Person 1: – Yeah. Person 2: – Either as a zombie cheerleader or as a witch. Person 1: – My mom’s making my costume. Person 2: – I heard that whoever has the best costume will win an awesome prize. Person 1: – I know, I heard that too. Person 2: – It’s gonna to be a lot of fun. Person 1: – Yeah, I can’t wait. Person 2: – Me neither, see you tomorrow. Person 1: – See you tomorrow! Dialog 3 Dad: – Nellie, are you ready to carve the pumpkin? Dad: – Let me see!

Street directions in English vocabulary exercise Introduction: Anybody who has travelled to another country or city has got lost. Sometimes maps don't help, so you have to ask somebody for directions. If you're in a country where they don't speak your language, this can be difficult. At other times, you will have to give directions to people visiting your country. In many cases, people just follow the direction the person was pointing to, and hope they will find the place they are looking for. In this online exercise, we will look at the essential vocabulary used to both ask for and to give directions in English. Exercise: Receiving directions A visitor to the city of York in the North of England asks a person in the street for directions to the Silk Cottage restaurant. Using both the directions and the map, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Visitor:'Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the Silk Cottage restaurant please?' York Resident:'Eh, the Silk Cottage restaurant. ". ". Leeds Resident: Practice

Verb to be ( am / is / are ), Present Simple, positive sentences and contractions Created by: Nikita Kovalyov Updated: May 2004 [ To be - Positive Sentences & Contractions ] [ To be - negative forms and contractions ] [ The verb to be - yes / no questions ] [ The verb to be - Information questions ] Chose the correct form of the verb to be - am/is/are. Click on the words in the correct order to make positive sentences with the verb to be. Present Continuous Tense when to use; how to form; ing forms of the verbs; English action and state verbs; the difference between the Present Continuous and the Present Simple tenses; test.

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