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Games for english class

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PAST SIMPLE - Speaking cards - English ESL Worksheets for distance learning and physical classrooms

Let's do English ESL discussion starters, speaking cards. A set of cards to practice wh-questions in the Past Simple Tense for your students. They work in pairs…

A collection of free adjective worksheets to teach adjectives to kids and beginner English language learners. Download and use in class today.

A collection of free adjective worksheets to teach adjectives to kids and beginner English language learners. Download and use in class today.

Here's a fun game to help your students practice or revise the usage of "have/has got" structure. Students draw the ships on their boards and then they start 'shooting' trying to guess where the partner's ships are.

Here's a fun game to help your students practice or revise the usage of "have/has got" structure. Students draw the ships on their boards and then they start 'shooting' trying to guess where the partner's ships are.

Love this! Board Game - Correct or Not? (Elementary - Pre-intermediate)

With this board game students will practise recognizing common mistakes. Please review necessary grammar points after the game (main focus is on subject-verb agreement, articles, plurals, there is/are, comparison etc.). An enjoyable way to test basic grammar. Usage Note regarding the ´family´ questions: In American usage, a collective noun takes a singular verb when it refers to the collection considered as a whole, as in: The family was united on this question. The enemy is suing for…

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.