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History of Thanksgiving Day

Target Language: Which countries celebrate Thanksgiving Day? Primarily US and Canada. What is the purpose of Thanksgiving Day? Give thanks for the harvest and year. When is Thanksgiving Day celebrated...

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22 November 2014

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10 Questions about Thanksgiving Day in the US.
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Thanksgiving Wordsearch

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Instructions: Find 12 words related to Thanksgiving Day in the grid below.

Target Language: Thanksgiving Fourth Thursday November Harvest Plymouth Massachusetts Pilgrims Proclamation ...

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22 November 2014

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Relates particularly to the Thanksgiving Day holiday in the United States.
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That vs. Which vs. Who

Target Language: 1. Cars that are hybrids use less gasoline than cars that aren't. 2. People who exercise regularly are less likely to become obese. 3. Roses, which are often brightly colored, are ...

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30 December 2013

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An intermediate to advanced worksheet reviewing the correct usage of "that", "which" and "who".
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Abilities Interview Activity

Target Language: play piano _________ play baseball _________ play guitar _________ speak French _________ eat raw fish _________ play soccer _________ play tennis _________ play drums ...

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7 August 2012

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This activity has 3 parts: Interview game, bingo game (using the names of students from the interview game), and a written exercise. The target langauge is "Can you play / do .....", with the answers, "Yes I can" or "No I can't".
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6 August 2012

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This is Part 2 of an icebreaker activity. Students use the results of their interview in Part 1 to populate this Bingo grid with their classmates' names. Part 1 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/question-answer-worksheet/form19.php?load=16741
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Icebreaker Interview Game (1)

Target Language: Been overseas this year. Plays tennis. Been to the beach this year. Was born overseas. Has ridden on a bus this month. Is a vegetarian. Is not on Facebook. Speaks a second ...

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6 August 2012

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This is a great icebreaker for new ESL classes. Students must move around the room interviewing their classmates in English. Once complete, they will have the names of 18 classmates on their sheet and they will have found out a little about them. This is Part 1. Part 2 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/bingo/form8.php?load=16748
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Irregular Plurals of Nouns

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Target Language: man men woman women child children foot feet tooth teeth mouse mice sheep sheep deer deer goose geese person people life lives shelf shelves family families potato potatoes tomato ...

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30 July 2012

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Given the singular form of some common nouns, students must produce the plural form in the spaces provided. Various types of irregular noun are included.
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US States

Target Language: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland...

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19 July 2012

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Set of 50 flashcards of US State names.
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US States Spelling Test

Target Language: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland...

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19 July 2012

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Students choose correct spelling from 4 alternative choices and write it in the answer blank provided.
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Australian State Capitals

Target Language: Australian Capital Territory Canberra New South Wales Sydney Victoria Melbourne Queensland Brisbane Western Australia Perth South Australia Adelaide Tasmania Hobart ...

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19 July 2012

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Draw-a-line matching worksheet for Australian State Capitals.
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The Human Body: Organs

Target Language: Pumps blood around your body. Stores and breaks down food you have eaten. Adds oxygen to and removes carbon dioxide from your blood. Stores urine. Enables you to think and control ...

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11 July 2012

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Multiple-choice quiz testing knowlege of the functions of major organs in the human body.
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World War II in Europe: Comprehension

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Target Language: When did World War II take place? 1939 - 1945 What European countries made up the Allies and the Axis powers? Allies: Britain, France, Poland, Yugoslavia, Greece, Norway, Netherlands,...

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21 June 2012

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Comprehension written exercise on World War II, focusing on the European Theatre of war.
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Family Ties - Japanese Vocabulary

Target Language: mother おかあさん father おとおさん grandmother おばあさん grandfather おじいさん older sister おねえさん older brother おにいさん younger ...

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21 June 2012

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Simple translation exercise. Please use HTML output (rather than PDF) for the Japanese characters to display correctly on the answer sheet.
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Latin Legal Terms

Target Language: actus reus the guilty act that may lead to criminal liability mens rea the guilty mind that may lead to criminal liability lex loci the law of the place where the matter occured de ...

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21 May 2012

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A matching exercise to reinforce the meaning of some common Latin terms used in the study of law. (This activity is aimed at law students.)
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English Homophones

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Target Language: I need a new pair of socks. Sam and Kal are painting their house. The doctor asked me if I was in pain. Our school principal is Mr. Skinner. There are four seasons in the year. The ...

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18 April 2012

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These English homophones have the same pronounciation but different spellings and different meanings. Do your students' know which one to use in context?
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Phrasal Verbs

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Target Language: run into buckle up look up leave out look down on act up do without eat out get over make up pick out hang around take in open up put off

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17 April 2012

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Phrasal verbs (also known as compound verbs or multi-word verbs) are verbs plus prepositions or adverbs that can be treated as a complete semantic unit. They often have meanings that are different to the base verb they feature. An example is "put on", as in, "He put on a new shirt." This worksheet features 15 phrasal verbs that are separated from their accompanying prepositions. Students must join the verbs to the correct preposition by drawing lines to match the pairs.
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Pythagorean Triples

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Target Language: 3 4 5 5 12 13 7 24 25 8 15 17 9 40 41 11 60 61 12 35 37 13 84 85 16 63 65 20 21 29 28 45 53 33 56 65 36 77 85 39 80 89 48 55 73

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17 April 2012

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Pythagorean Theorem: Right-angled triangles have sides of length satisfying this formula: A squared plus B square equals C squared. A Pythagorean triple is a set of three integers A, B and C that satisfy the formula.
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English Conjunctions: Because vs. So

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Target Language: It started to rain so we stopped playing tennis. I didn't eat breakfast so I was hungry by 11am. He didn't have a nickel left so I offered to buy him lunch. My meeting ran over so I ...

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17 April 2012

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These matching sets of 3 cards form sentences using the conjunctions "because" and "so". Clause order is as follows: Result -> BECAUSE -> reason. Reason -> SO -> result.
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Alphabet Cards

Target Language: Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

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24 March 2012

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26 alphabet cards with the English letters A to Z. Cards are full page and include uppercase and lowercase letters.
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Tricky Numbers

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Target Language: 43,887 4,388.7 528,433 649 64.9 649,000 92,208 92.208 199,329 19,932 25,490 254,900 2,549 20,450 12,430 4.789

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14 March 2012

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Easily-confused numbers including decimals and tens and hundreds of thousands. Good for ESL large numbers practice. You'll need 1 unique sheet for each student.
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Quiz: Its or It's

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Target Language: The dog returned to its home. It's raining outside. I think it's great that you've written a book. It's time for me to go to school. I like your new TV. Its screen is very big. This ...

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13 February 2012

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Even native English speakers sometimes find the difference between "its" and "it's" confusing. Test your student's ability to distinguish between "its" - a possessive - and "it's" - a contraction of "it is".
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English Numbers: One to Ten

Target Language: one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

Write each number in numerals and words. (For example: 1 - one.)

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9 January 2012

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Bingo game with the English numbers one to ten in words. Also includes a writing exercise linking the written numbers with their corresponding numerals.
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Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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Target Language: Do you have a pen I can borrow? There are some elephants in that enclosure over there. This information is just what I needed. There are nine prisoners in detention today. Anna's hair...

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20 December 2011

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This fill in the blank worksheet has 15 sentences with some countable and uncountable nouns. The countable nouns can be either singular or plural. It tests students' ability to choose the correct articles (definite and indefinite) or verb tense.
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Where does Masako live?

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Target Language: Kim Masako Pierre Jonathan Colin Alexander Susan Chris Mary Jung

New York Tokyo Paris Edinburgh Melbourne

Hong Kong London Austin Nairobi Seoul

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12 December 2011

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Information Gap with the names of 10 people and their cities of residence. 5 are known and 5 are unknown to each student.

Students must practice with the target language:
"Where does ...... live?"
"He/She lives in .......".
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Tokyo Train Times

Target Language: Bullet train to Osaka Local train to Yokohama Narita Airport Express Express train to Shinjuku Bullet train to Niigata Rapid Express to Hakone Express train to Chiba Local train to ...

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12 December 2011

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Information Gap Exercise where students find out the departure times and platforms for 10 different trains leaving Tokyo Station.

Target language is: "What time is the ...... train to .....?"
"It departs at x:xx from platform x."
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Subject Verb Object

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Target Language: I ate the cake. He walked 2 kilometres. Taka sang a song. Mika drove to the shops. I will go to school tomorrow. She will play tennis on Saturday. Akiko will meet James tonight. ...

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15 November 2011

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Practice the subject-verb-object word order in positive sentences. Starts easy but becomes more difficult. Final sentences include indirect objects too.
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Types of Transport

Target Language: car Personal transport machine of choice in rich countries. coach A luxury bus. taxi Car for hire for short distances. train Land-based transport not reliant on roads. boat Used to ...

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3 November 2011

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Crossword of a handful of modes of transport in English, with clues in English.
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Months of the Year

Target Language: January February March April May June July August September October November December

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21 October 2011

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Wordsearch with months from January to December. This worksheet does not include a word box in order that students recall months from memory in order to find them.
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Prepositions of Place

Target Language: She put her lipstick ___ her bag. in The cat slept ___ the rug. on Jake sat ___ an oak tree. under Sally waited ___ the gate. at He is ___ a party today. at Perth is ___ the Swan ...

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17 July 2011

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Match 10 sentences with the appropriate prepositions of place: in, at, on, over, under.
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Present Perfect Verbs

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Target Language: saw have seen ate have eaten drank have drunk drove have driven did have done swam have swum threw have thrown wrote have written told have told made have made was have been chose ...

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7 May 2011

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Simple past and present perfect (have + past participle) verb forms for some common irregular verbs. After students have finished matching the simple past and present perfect verb forms, instruct them to write some example sentences using both the simple past and present perfect tenses. e.g. "In the last month I have seen three whales in the bay." "Yesterday I saw a great movie."
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Mass Nouns

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Target Language: Countable Uncountable

cat newspaper umbrella trip angle cup computer worksheet book ball pillow garden water sand weather travel advice furniture grass ...

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15 April 2011

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A sorting worksheet in which students sort a list of nouns into the "countable" and "uncountable" columns. You could adapt this worksheet by adding a third category for nouns that can be both countable and uncountable depending on their usage and meaning (such as 'coffee').
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Opposites Attract

Target Language: hot cold old young many few large small dark light open shut rise fall heavy light thick thin fast slow push pull soft hard

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4 January 2011

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Matching pair cutout cards for a range of basic adjectives of opposite meanings.

Examples are hot / cold, heavy / light, old / young, push / pull.
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Superlatives

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Target Language: Longest River / World Fastest Train / World Biggest City / Asia Largest Lake / North America Largest Desert / Australia Highest Mountain / World Largest Ocean / World Biggest City / ...

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7 November 2010

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Interview exercise for speaking and listening practice. Students mingle with classmates, and ask questions such as "What is the largest ocean in the world?" Target language is superlatives: largest, biggest, longest, highest.

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