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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

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

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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State Capitals 41 - 50

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Target Language: South Dakota Pierre Tennessee Nashville Texas Austin Utah Salt Lake City Vermont Montpelier Virginia Richmond Washington Olympia West Virginia Charleston Wisconsin Madison Wyoming ...

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18 March 2012

Jodiwil Author Country Flag United States of America

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State Capitals 31 - 40

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Target Language: New Mexico Santa Fe New York Albany North Carolina Raleigh North Dakota Bismarck Ohio Columbus Oklahoma City Oklahoma Oregon Salem Pennsylvania Harrisburg Rhode Island Providence ...

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18 March 2012

Jodiwil Author Country Flag United States of America

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State Capitals 21 - 30

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Target Language: Massachusetts Boston Michigan Lansing Minnesota St. Paul Mississippi Jackson Missouri Jefferson City Montana Helena Nebraska Lincoln Nevada Carson City New Hampshire Concord New ...

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18 March 2012

Jodiwil Author Country Flag United States of America

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State Capitals 11 - 20

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Target Language: Hawaii Honolulu Idaho Boise Illinois Springfield Indiana Indianapolis Iowa Des Moines Kansas Topeka Kentucky Frankfort Louisiana Baton Rouge Maine Augusta Maryland Annapolis

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18 March 2012

Jodiwil Author Country Flag United States of America

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State Capitals 1 - 10

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Target Language: Alabama Montgomery Alaska Juneau Arizona Phoenix Arkansas Little Rock California Sacramento Colorado Denver Connecticut Hartford Delaware Dover Florida Tallahassee Georgia Atlanta...

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18 March 2012

Jodiwil Author Country Flag United States of America

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Adjective Opposites

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Target Language: Delicious Yucky Expensive Cheap Black White Antique New Tall Short Woollen Cotton Luxury Ordinary Outdoor Indoor Wise Silly Pretty Ugly Older Younger Fat Thin

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14 January 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

match the adjectives with their opposites
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Math Vocabulary Test #1

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Target Language: Addends The numbers added in an addition problem that are combined to form a sum. Addition An operation that combines two or more numbers to find a total number. Commutative Property ...

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13 January 2012

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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

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

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

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

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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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

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

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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Jobs

Target Language: a fire fighter sells meat a baker takes care of patients a dentist fixes teeth a teacher bakes bread a bus driver fights fire a singer drives a bus a football player sings songs a ...

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28 September 2010

violeta Author Country Flag Macedonia

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Past Participle

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Target Language: sing sung catch caught choose chosen do done drive driven find found give given hide hidden know known leave left make made meet met

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27 September 2010

nomad Author Country Flag Japan

Some irregular verbs - matching cards of infinitive and past participle.

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