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ESL worksheet - Must and mustn't

ESL worksheet - Must and mustn't

The verb 'must' is a modal verb (a 'helping' verb). We use 'must' to show that something has to be done. The opposite of must is mustn't. We use 'mustn't' to show that something should not be done. Students read each sentence and fill in the blank with 'must' or 'mustn't'. This resource is an intermediate ESL exercise.

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ESL worksheet - Using possessive nouns

ESL worksheet - Using possessive nouns

We usually add an apostrophe (') and an (s) to singular nouns to show possession. Most plural nouns are made possessive by adding an apostrophe (') onto the word. If the word ends in 's', add an apostrophe after the 's'. If the plural noun does not end in an 's' (children), add an apostrophe and an 's'. Students read the sentence and write the correct form of the word in each bracket. There are 8 sentences using singular and plural possessive nouns.

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ESL worksheet - Write the possessive noun

ESL worksheet - Write the possessive noun

We usually add an apostrophe (') and an (s) to singular nouns to show possession. Students write the correct form of the word in each bracket. There are 10 sentences with possessive nouns.

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ESL worksheet - Possessive nouns

ESL worksheet - Possessive nouns

We usually add an apostrophe (') and an (s) to singular nouns to show possession. This is the dog's bone. This sentence tells us that the bone belongs to the dog. These are Lily's shoes. This sentence tells us that the shoes belong to Lily. Students circle the correct answer for each sentence. There are 10 sentences with possessive nouns.

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ESL worksheet - Choosing has or have

ESL worksheet - Choosing has or have

The verbs 'has' and 'have' are two different forms of the present tense of the verb 'to have.' We use have with the pronouns I, you, we, and they. We use has with he, she, and it. This is a great resource to help improve students' reading and understanding of when to use 'has' and 'have' in a sentence. There are 10 different sentences using 'has' and 'have'. Students circle 'has' or 'have' for each sentence.

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ESL worksheet - Using has and have

ESL worksheet - Using has and have

The verbs 'has' and 'have' are two different forms of the present tense of the verb 'to have.' We use have with the pronouns I, you, we, and they. We use has with he, she, and it. This is a great resource to help improve students' reading and understanding of when to use 'has' and 'have' in a sentence. There are 10 different sentences using 'has' and 'have'.

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ESL worksheet - Using personal pronouns (we and they)

ESL worksheet - Using personal pronouns (we and they)

'We' and 'they' are personal pronouns. We use 'we' and 'they' to refer to groups of people. This is a great resource for children to practise reading sentences and writing the correct personal pronoun where needed. There are 10 different sentences using the pronouns 'we' and 'they'.

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ESL worksheet - Possessive adjectives (our and their)

ESL worksheet - Possessive adjectives (our and their)

Possessive adjectives are adjectives that indicate ownership. We use 'our' and 'their' when we want to show that something belongs to many people. Students complete the sentences with 'our' or 'their'.

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ESL worksheet - Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, and her)

ESL worksheet - Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, and her)

We use possessive adjectives to show that something belongs to someone. This handy ESL worksheet focuses on the possessive adjectives: my, your, his, and her. Students are asked to complete the sentences by writing the correct word.

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ESL worksheet - Adjectives before nouns

ESL worksheet - Adjectives before nouns

We use adjectives to help us describe someone or something. Adjectives tell us more about the person or thing. Students use the words in the box to help them fill in the blanks to complete the sentences. They can use each word only once. This handy worksheet is great for any grammar lesson and will help children practise using adjectives in their writing.

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ESL worksheet - Articles 'a' and 'an'

ESL worksheet - Articles 'a' and 'an'

We use 'a' when the noun or adjective that comes next begins with a consonant sound e.g. a ball, a cup, a glass. We use 'an' when the noun or adjective that comes next begins with a vowel sound e.g. an umbrella, an owl, an apple. This handy worksheet is great for any grammar lesson and will help children to understand when to use a or an by using consonants and vowels.

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ESL worksheet - This/that/these/those

ESL worksheet - This/that/these/those

Use this handy ESL worksheet to help teach the concept of demonstrative pronouns to your learners. We use 'this' and 'these' when we speak of things that are near to us. We use 'that' and 'those' when we speak of things that are far from us. Students use this/that/these/those to fill in the blanks and complete the sentences.

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ESL worksheet - Using is, am, and are

ESL worksheet - Using is, am, and are

Is, am and are are simple present forms of the verb -to be. Students use the words in the box (is, am, are) to help them fill in the blanks. This handy ESL printable will help students practise am, is and are. Perfect for any English language lesson.

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ESL worksheet - Pronouns (I, you, he, and she)

ESL worksheet - Pronouns (I, you, he, and she)

This printable worksheet covers pronouns. Pronouns are words like I, you, he, and she. This handy resource is perfect for ESL learners to study and understand pronouns. Students use the words in the box (I, you, he, she) to fill in the blanks.

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Am, Are or Is? (3)

Am, Are or Is? (3)

Students choose am, are or is to complete each sentence and then write 3 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Am, Are or Is? (2)

Am, Are or Is? (2)

Students choose am, are or is to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Am, Are or Is?

Am, Are or Is?

Students choose am, are or is to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Discussion Topic - Pets and Animals

Discussion Topic - Pets and Animals

Discussion activities often begin with questions. This discussion topic includes 20 questions about pets and animals. To prepare your students for the discussion topic, some research can be done before the discussion begins. Students can work in pairs or in small groups.

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Discussion Topic - Weather

Discussion Topic - Weather

Discussion activities often begin with questions. This discussion topic includes 20 questions about weather. To prepare your students for the discussion topic, some research can be done before the discussion begins. Students can work in pairs or in small groups.

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Discussion Topic - Insects

Discussion Topic - Insects

Discussion activities often begin with questions. This discussion topic includes 20 questions about insects. To prepare your students for the discussion topic, some research can be done before the discussion begins. Students can work in pairs or in small groups.

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Discussion Topic - Planet Earth

Discussion Topic - Planet Earth

Discussion activities often begin with questions. This discussion topic includes 20 questions about our planet. To prepare your students for the discussion topic, some research can be done before the discussion begins. Students can work in pairs or in small groups.

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Verbs and Prepositions (2)

Verbs and Prepositions (2)

Some verbs are usually followed by prepositions before the object of the verb. Students read the sentences and circle the correct word to complete each sentence.

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Verbs and Prepositions

Verbs and Prepositions

Some verbs are usually followed by prepositions before the object of the verb. Students read the sentences and circle the correct word to complete each sentence.

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Intermediate Test 2

Intermediate Test 2

Circle the correct word in brackets to complete each sentence.

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Intermediate Test 1

Intermediate Test 1

Circle the correct word in brackets to complete each sentence.

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Beginner Test 2

Beginner Test 2

Circle the correct word in brackets to complete each sentence.

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Beginner Test 1

Beginner Test 1

Students circle the correct word in brackets to complete each sentence.

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Since or For?

Since or For?

Students choose since or for to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Word Morphs (4)

Word Morphs (4)

Word morphs are created by adding, deleting, replacing, or rearranging letters.

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Word Morphs (3)

Word Morphs (3)

Word morphs are created by adding, deleting, replacing, or rearranging letters.

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Word Morphs (2)

Word Morphs (2)

Word morphs are created by adding, deleting, replacing, or rearranging letters.

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Family Vocabulary (2)

Family Vocabulary (2)

Students choose the correct member of the family that is being described.

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While or During?

While or During?

Students choose while or during to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Can or Must?

Can or Must?

Students choose can or must to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Questions with 'How'

Questions with 'How'

Students choose the correct word to complete each question.

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Few or Little?

Few or Little?

Students choose few or little to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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All or Every?

All or Every?

Students choose all or every to complete each sentence and then write 2 sentences of their own. This resource will help to improve a child's English skills.

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Pair Of Quiz

Pair Of Quiz

There are 12 questions to answer in this Pair Of Quiz.

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Animal Quiz

Animal Quiz

How well do you know your animals? Test your knowledge with this fun animal quiz!

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Parts of the Body Vocabulary

Parts of the Body Vocabulary

Students write the letters on the lines to match the columns correctly.

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Classroom Vocabulary

Classroom Vocabulary

Students write the letters on the lines to match the columns correctly.

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Family Vocabulary

Family Vocabulary

Students write the letters on the lines to match the columns correctly. This resource will help improve a child's vocabulary.

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Summer Vocabulary

Summer Vocabulary

Students write the letters on the lines to match the columns correctly. This resource will help improve a child's vocabulary.

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Word Morphs

Word Morphs

Word morphs are created by adding, deleting, replacing, or rearranging letters.

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Cloze Activity - Opposites Verbs (2)

Cloze Activity - Opposites Verbs (2)

Students read the sentences and write the opposite of the underlined word. They can use the word bank to help them.

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Cloze Activity - Opposites Verbs

Cloze Activity - Opposites Verbs

Students read the sentences and write the opposite of the underlined word. They can use the word bank to help them.

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Cloze Activity - Opposites (2)

Cloze Activity - Opposites (2)

Opposites help children in learning how to describe different things. This worksheet is a cloze activity all about opposites and can be used in any English language lesson. Students choose the correct word from the word bank to complete the opposites. There are 12 opposites.

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Cloze Activity - Opposites

Cloze Activity - Opposites

Opposites help children in learning how to describe different things. This worksheet is a cloze activity all about opposites and can be used in any English language lesson. Students choose the correct word from the word bank to complete the opposites.

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