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2Brains Think Faster Ref. 200001

Target Language: She goes to the zoo. She sees a lion. The lion roars. She sees an elephant. The elephant has a long trunk. She sees a turtle. The turtle is slow. She sees a rabbit. The rabbit has ...




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14 November 2018

talkpusher Author Country Flag Colombia

Level: Any

Skills: Listening

Target Language: Sentences Building.

Activity Goal: Check understanding of gramatical rules related to sentence structure.

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Unit 3 Vocabulary Test

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Instructions: Choose the correct word for each blank.  Each word can be used once.

Target Language: Circus animal trainers usually goad elephants into dancings and performing tricks. After ...




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12 October 2018

simonsgaards Author Country Flag United States of America

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Weather sentences to unscramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: What's the weather like today? It is going to rain today. What will the weather be like tomorrow? Tomorrow it should be ...




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26 September 2018

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Unscramble sentences: Q & A weather

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Rewrite statement into a question

Instructions: Directions:  Rewrite the statement in a question.

Target Language: Yesterday was Tuesday. What day was yesterday? Class ends at 12:00 noon, When does class end? My favorite ...




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27 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Rewriting statements into questions.

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Recount Orientation

Target Language: Time Marker Who did what/why

Last year Many years ago Yesterday Last Saturday Last year my husband and I I I my son my cousin went to Europe went to China bought a ...




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24 August 2017

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Writing an orientation for a recount

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Write the sentence.

Instructions: Change the words around and write a good sentence.

Target Language: There aren't any apples on the counter. There is some bread on the counter. There are some bananas but there ...




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3 May 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Grammar Knowledge

Target Language: determiner the first word in a noun group adjective a word used to describe a noun simple What type of sentence is one independent clause verb an independent clause can only have one ...




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16 March 2017

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

identify the names of various parts of grammar

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Your Wonderful Vocabulary Test 3

Instructions: Mark the letter which best follows the sentences below:

Target Language: a) I'm quite sure he's dishonest. b) I'm sure he's quite dishonest.     c) I never knew you ...




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22 January 2017

Sleepygnat Author Country Flag Switzerland

Select different possible interpretations according to the position of the adverb

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Gold B Vocabualry: Ch. 1 Word Family

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Instructions: The aim of this worksheet is to help you practice selecting the correct word family. All the words are from Focus on Vocabulary 2, Chapter 1. Underline the word that correctly completes ...




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23 May 2016

jdemir Author Country Flag United States of America

Collocations worksheet chapter 1

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Class 3 Unit 4 Lesson 59-60

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Target Language: What does Jane read at home? When do we drink tea ? Where do children play? What do you like? When does she go in the morning?




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12 May 2016

maricrane Author Country Flag Russian Federation

Word order in special question. Present Simple.

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Finish the Dependent Clauses

Target Language: When we arrived at the beach When we saw the house When you visit Victor Harbor When it is raining When you have a cold If you go to the beach If we rent a house If it rains tomorrow ...




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21 March 2016

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Practice using dependent clauses by finishing the sentences.

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Verb/Adjective + Noun combinations

Instructions: Match each noun in the sentences below to the appropriate adjective or verb from the box.

Target Language: 1. Rachel always tried a little too hard to suck up to the boss. 2. He ...




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10 July 2015

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Barbeque Food

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Target Language: bacon sauce butter salad wine beetroot onions fruit biscuits potato scones cheesecake cucumber eggs cake tabouleh tomatoes chops bread cheese coleslaw beer ...




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9 June 2015

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Food you can take to a barbeque with spaces to write simple sentences

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Indirect and Direct Object Editing Update 3

Instructions: In the following sentences, there are errors in the direct or the indirect object. Please identify the error and write the correction below. You may need to add prepositions such as for...




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27 May 2015

paigeappleyard Author Country Flag Canada

Updated so #7 has an error and answer key included.

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Memrise: IELTS synonyms level 4 review

Target Language: She told him a figure (number) and he said 'how much?!' He has numerous (many) acquaintances throughout the country. Please dispose of (throw away) your chewing gum carefully. We ...




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28 April 2015

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Memrise: IELTS synonyms level 1 review

Target Language: The politician was backed by his party. She's an amateur musician, not a professional. He pleaded for this life, so the robbers let him go. I can't stand eggs, it's the texture. Did ...




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28 April 2015

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Memrise: IELTS synonyms level 1.2 review

Target Language: She's so far ahead, they won't catch up with her. Clean air can enhance the quality of inner city life. You will meet many people over a lifetime. She played the symphony with great ...




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28 April 2015

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Sentences adding adjectives

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Target Language: The man bought a car. The young man bought a car. The handsome young man bought a car. The handsome young man bought a new car. The handsome young man bought a new red car. The woman ...




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5 February 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

simple activity building adjectives into independent clauses.

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Sentences about travel

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Target Language: Jack spent the summer travelling around Australia. Peter commutes from the suburbs to the city. They reached their destination in just a few hours. The roads are very busy during rush...




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24 December 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Activity for correct sentence order using travel words

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Weekly Homework #12

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Target Language: Correct these sentences. 1. billy learned us how to carve sculptures from ...




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3 November 2013

mjays Author Country Flag United States of America

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Negation

Target Language: 1.  The bank opens at 7 a.m. every day.2.  She buys stamps at the post office.3.  He likes to shop at the supermarket.4.  My mother went to the doctor last week.5....




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20 October 2012

amstnaley Author Country Flag United States of America

Negation Practice - 18 Sentences to negate, and 5 Line Final Writing Exercise

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Subject / Verb / Object

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Target Language: The girl rode her bike. The boy fished in the river. My mother baked a cake. His father drove his car. The dress was too small. The teacher walked into the classroom. The bird sang a ...




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5 May 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Independent Clause matching

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Picture Present Continuous

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Target Language: The man is running for the bus. The cat is chasing the dog. The little boy is eating an icecream. The icecream is melting. There is a traffic jam. The woman is talking on her phone. ...




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31 March 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Practice independent clauses in present continuous. I have a picture to go with this worksheet, but it is still useful practice without the picture. See also Picture Past Tense to compare the tenses.

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Picture scramble Simple Past

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Target Language: The man ran for the bus. The cat chased the dog. The little boy ate an icecream. There was a traffic jam. The woman talked on her phone. A house was for sale. A woman waited at the ...




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31 March 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Short independent clauses using past tense. I have a picture that goes with this exercise but the worksheet will still be useful just for practice without the picture.

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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

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

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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