Elementary - worksheets 4
Some / Any
Some or Any?
Basic some/any worksheet with some focus on 'some' used in offers or requests. At the end of the exercise, there is something to focus students' attention on why 'some' is sometimes used in questions.
Some/Any in a Restaurant
Students read through a dialogue in a restaurant and choose between "some" and "any" for each space.
Some, Any, Zero Article Worksheet
Gap fill worksheet. Students use 'some', 'any' or zero article to complete sentences.
Comparatives / Superlatives
Comparative and Superlative Exercise
Students choose the best form to fill the spaces.
Comparative Structures Worksheet
Students choose between "as", "than" or "more" to complete comparative sentences.
Time Expressions Gap Fill
A worksheet on time expressions and time prepositions.
Prepositions Of Time Gap Fill Worksheet
Worksheet that focuses on prepositions of time.
Spelling Multiple Choice Test 1
Elementary level multiple choice spelling exercise.
'Like', 'Would like', 'To be like'
Worksheet on these regularly confused items.
Mixed Up Hotel Dialogue
Customer/Receptionist dialogue in a hotel that needs to be re-ordered. Can be used as a basis for a role play.
Time Expressions Exercise
Students pick the correct time expression to complete each sentence.
Question Words Worksheet
Helps students choose the correct question words when forming interrogative sentences. After completion, the completed questions can be used for a student to student interview.
Adjective or Adverb?
This worksheet gives practice of choosing either the adverb or the adjective form of a word.
"Have" and "Be" Gap Fill Worksheet
Fill the gaps in the sentences with the correct present form of either the verb 'have' or the verb 'to be'.