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Expressions of Contrast
This is a worksheet which helps students use words such as "though", "despite" and "however".
Contrasts Matching Worksheet
Matching worksheet where students need to match the two sentence halves to make a complete sentence.
Contrasting Ideas Re-Ordering Worksheet
Re-ordering worksheet which gives practice of contrasting ideas using 'despite', 'although', etc.
Contrasting Ideas Matching Worksheet
Matching worksheet in which students fill spaces in sentences that all use expressions of contrast.
Advanced Quantifiers Error Correction Worksheet
Students decide whether these sentences containing advanced quantifier expressions and structures are correct or not.
Advanced Quantifiers Error Correction Worksheet 2
Another quantifiers error correction worksheet.
Quantifers Re-Ordering Worksheet
Re-ordering worksheet which gives practice of advanced quantifiers.
"All" Re-Ordering Worksheet
Re-ordering worksheet which gives practice of the use of 'all'.
Quantifers Gap Fill Worksheet
Student get practice of using advanced quantifiers in this gap fill worksheet.
Quantifers Multiple Choice Worksheet
Worksheet in which students need to choose the correct words to go with expressions such as 'few', 'a few', 'a lot of', etc.
The Final Snoopy Cartoon: Cloze Worksheet
A text about the final Snoopy cartoon. Students use only one word to complete each gap in the text.
Prepositions Gap Fill: John Lennon's Guitar
Students read a text about a famous guitar owned by John Lennon and fill in appropriate prepositions.
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"Needn't Have" or "Didn't Need To" Worksheet
Fine difference between these two expressions. Here is a worksheet to practice them.
Article Gap Fill: The Town of Most
Gap fill exercise based on an article about a very polluted town called Most. Each space must be filled with either a definite or indefinite article - or nothing.