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Fruits - A Printable Worksheet

Fruits - A Printable Worksheet

Vocabulary Follows : Quince – Pineapple – Mango – Peach – Strawberry – Kiwi – Melon – Fig – Banana – Pear – Watermelon – Orange – Apricot – Blackberry – Grape – Cherry – Tangerine – Plum – Coconut – Blueberry – Pomegranate – Raspberry – Apple
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Breakfast - A Printable Worksheet

Breakfast - A Printable Worksheet

Vocabulary Follows : Jam – Olive – Tomato – Cereal – Honey – Bean – Fruit Juice – Egg – Omelet – Croissant – Sausage – Cheese – Coffee – Sandwich – Toast – Butter – Milk – Bread – Muffin – Salami – Pancake – Cucumber – Tea – Donut – Hot Chocolate
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Vegetables - A Printable Worksheet

Vegetables - A Printable Worksheet

Vocabulary Follows : Cabbage – Eggplant – Cucumber – Lemon – Asparagus – Mushroom – Avocado – Corn – Domato – Ginger – Onion – Garlic – Carrot – Potato – Celery – Spinach – Chili Pepper – Broccoli – Cauliflower – Beans – Bell Pepper – Pea – Turnip – Leek - Pumpkin
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Extreme Sports - A printable Worksheet

Extreme Sports - A printable Worksheet

Vocabulary Follows : Motor Racing – Bungee Jumping – Surfing – Scuba Diving – Hang Gliding – Ice Skating – Skiing – Horse Riding – Cycling – Football – Parachuting – Golf - Basketball – Weightlifting – Swimming – Skateboarding – Rollerblading – Rafting – Volleyball – Ice Hockey – Fencing – Karate – Rock Climbing – Zorbing – Wind Surfing – Skydiving – Running – Archery – Baseball – Gymnastics – Shooting – Snowboarding – Water Skiing – Canoeing – Tennis
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IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource

IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource

IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource https://www.ieltspodcast.com/ielts-vocabulary/lexical-resource/ IELTS Vocabulary means using a more academic style and word choice (Lexical Resource) when writing your essay. Using Topic Specific Vocabulary, collocations and words from the Academic Word List will help considerably. This lesson focuses on what to learn, the importance of context, and how to learn / memorise these new terms so you can improve your writing. Topic Specific Vocabulary The best vocabulary to score in IELTS is Topic Specific Vocabulary – a vocabulary that focuses on one topic. In this article we will give you plenty of detailed explanations, tips, examples and resources for practice on this subject. Topic Specific Vocabulary also contains lots of collocations, so you can expect a thorough explanation on what they are and how to use them. What is a collocation? A collocation is a group of words that has an above average possibility of being found together. Using collocations in your writing and speaking helps to make your language sound more natural and fluent. This in turn makes your skills higher and gets you better scoring in essays. What is the best way to learn Topic Specific Collocations? The best way is to learn Topic Specific Collocations is to look for them being used in context, in their natural environment. Each topic below contains a list of collocations, a sample band 9 essay in a gap fill exercise.
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Facebook Addicts

Facebook Addicts

This lesson is based on an article that discusses addictions to social media. It is designed to mimic the Cambridge extended Language paper for Reading (papers 1 & 2: Core and Extended) and the Writing (paper 3). It uses one source text (as opposed to two for the reading and 1 for the writing paper). Initial activities are meant to help pupils access and understand the meaning of the text, whilst enhancing their vocabulary, whereas the later activities are replicas of the questions they would be asked in the Reading and then Writing exam. It could equally be used as the basis for a PSHE discussion regarding sensible use of social media.
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'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language

'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point picture presentation lesson bundle, looks at how to use ‘going to’. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement, negative statement and question is constructed. There are substitution tables to help elicit new sentence ideas and verbs and proposed class speaking activities with tips on pronunciation. Hope these are useful and your students enjoy them. Thank you for considering my resources. MissMollyMop
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‘Going to’ to ask simple yes no questionsA2 level English as a Second Language pp picture presentat

‘Going to’ to ask simple yes no questionsA2 level English as a Second Language pp picture presentat

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to ask simple yes no questions. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ question and statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new questions and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ New Year Resolutions ‘going to’ Negative ‘Not going to’ ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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‘Going to’ to express the future in negative statements A2 level English

‘Going to’ to express the future in negative statements A2 level English

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express the future in negative statements. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ New Year Resolutions ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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'Going to' Auxiliary Verb with New Year Resolutions A2 presentation and activity

'Going to' Auxiliary Verb with New Year Resolutions A2 presentation and activity

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express New Year Resolutions. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ Negative ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation

'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express what you have decided to do in the future. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar pp presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ Negative ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ New Year’s resolutions MissMollyMop
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