Intermediate - worksheets
Past Perfect Worksheet
This worksheet concentrates on the chronology of events to help English learners understand the use of the past perfect in English.
Modals of Permission and Obligation
Law and Order. Students complete sentences using modals so that they are correct for their respective countries.
"Can" and "Be Able To" Worksheet
Fill in the spaces in this exercise to help students differentiate between "can", "could" and "be able to".
"Can" and "Be Able To" Re-Ordering
Students re-order words to make correct sentences with 'can' and 'be able to'.
Could You - Could I
Worksheet which gives practice of these expressions to make polite requests.
"Must" and "Have To" Differences
The difference between "must" and "have to" used in affirmative sentences is a fine one indeed. If you really want to get involved with such delicate differences, this worksheet will help you help your students.
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Students have to choose the correct modal verb to complete a sentence describing a sign..
Modals of Deduction Worksheet
Focus here is on present modals of deduction like "he must be" and "he can't be".
Work, To Work, Working
Focus in this worksheet is on the use of the infinitive or gerund in different verb patterns.
I Love Shopping
Gap fill that focuses student attention on verb patterns.
Verb Pattern Error Correction Worksheet
Students read through sentences using various verb patterns and find the errors.
Infinitive or Gerund Error Correction Worksheet
Error correction worksheet practicing use of infinitive or gerund verb forms.
Used To or Past Simple Worksheet
Students use either 'used to' or the Past Simple to complete each sentence.
"Used To" or "Would"?
This worksheet tackles a confusing difference in English when talking about past habits and routines - the difference between "used to" and "would".
What We Used To Do.
What did we used to do before the television was invented? Students put the activities together and discuss further possibilities.
Used To Re-Ordering
Students re-order words to make correct sentences with "used to".
Preposition Gap Fill
A whole array of prepositional phrases in this worksheet: good at, instead of, rather than, as much as, etc.