Here’s something that you can use to brainstorm or review the plural forms of nouns.
The students think of nouns in the plural and write them in the corresponding circle based on how that noun forms the plural. They can start working individually, then compare their findings in pairs. During the class check stage, the students will also discuss the rules that applies to each category.
Download color and black-and-white version here: Noun Plural.
Here’s a two-page handout that can help you practise or drill the irregular verbs. If you work with groups of students you can turn this into a competition to see who fills in the gaps the fastest. Or you can use the handout for one-to-one English sessions as a test or review.
Download here in pdf format: Irregular Verbs.
Here’s a board game that you can use to review collocations with ‘take’. Useful for group work in the classroom or one-to-one English sessions. Can be used for both speaking and writing activities.
Download here in .pdf: Phrases with TAKE
This is a blog for all those who study English and English teaching. I will be posting useful links and articles about the EFL world together with handouts of my own making: ). As a matter of fact, here’s one to help us start a conversation.
This is a handout with conversation cards that you can print, cut out and use to start or end a lesson. Download it for free here in .pdf format: Conversation Cards, or here.
Stay tuned for more and… happy learning!:)