Indefinite Article Worksheets
For practice activities and lesson ideas on indefinite articles, look no further. Here at Busy Teacher, there are a variety of worksheets available that cover this topic; most of these are designed for beginner classes because this is usually covered early on in ESL courses. There are currently
102 indefinite article worksheets
available in this section. You can use them as practice exercises for your students or as inspiration for your own worksheets. All worksheets are free and easy to download.
This is a simple fill-in-the-blank practice activity for complete beginners
. You can choose whether to use the black and white or color version. For another example look at
which has a great activity for older students. Students listen to a song by Lily Allen and complete the worksheet. Honestly students will probably have to rely more on their understanding of articles than on their listening skills because the song is very fast paced. If there is time, you could even show students the related video. These two worksheets might not be your cup of tea but there are even more options that you might want to consider.
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GRAMMAR TIP:What Is Indefinite Article?
An indefinite article indicates that its noun is not a particular one (or ones) identifiable to the listener. It may be something that the speaker is mentioning for the first time, or its precise identity may be irrelevant or hypothetical, or the speaker may be making a general statement about any such thing. English uses a/an, from the Old English forms of the number 'one', as its indefinite article. The form an is used before words that begin with a vowel sound (even if spelled with an initial consonant, as in an hour), and a before words that begin with a consonant sound (even if spelled with a vowel, as in a European). Example: She had a house so large that an elephant would get lost without a map.
As I have noticed that more and more of my French students neglect agreement in the plural and singular in English, I have created this worksheet to try and remedy it. Its topic is work and compan ...
A, an, some & any with Jamie Oliver's 1 cup pancake with answer key. 1. Task 1: Ss watch the video & fill in the blanks. 2. Task 2: Fill in the blanks with a, an, some, any. 3. Task 3: ...
Beg Elem Pre-Int Int
This worksheet deals with the verb to be, numbers, articles and some classroom objects. It is a simple review. It is designed for elementary students or beginners. You can add more exercises and u ...
This a simple worksheet where students are able to, prior to reviewing or learning the rule, apply what they've learned about these tricky articles. Students read and circle the correct alter ...
This revision worksheet provides students with practice and revision of the English articles (a/an/the). The teacher can print out the document as many times as he or she likes and present it in c ...
This printout is aimed at sorting out the usage of a/an article. It would be great if the teacher helped with pronunciation of the words (for example "hour"). The printout gives students the feeli ...
This worksheet will help you review the numbers, objects, articles and verb to be. It was designed for elementary students. You can use this worksheet after you've taught personal information (nam ...
I made this worksheet for the beginning of the year so that my French student becomes familiar with school items. The classroom picture is projected. I ask -how many items do you know? Can you pro ...
This worksheet contains a short explanation when to use the indefinite article a & an as well as a lot of/lots of. The explanations is followed by exercises to practice the use of the articles ...
Worksheet for primary school. This is a worksheet about the parts of the house. Item I: reading. Item II: complete the graphic organizer according to the reading. Item III: match the names with ...
Students get a table with words in three different colums. They must find the word in the centre that is suitable as an ending for the first as well as the beginning for the second word, in other ...
This worksheet is designed for the beginner levels which contains 3 parts. In part A, students are asked to use the correct forms of 'to be verb' in present tense. In part B, students are required ...
This is a simple worksheet for practicing the articles a or an. It contains the biographies of three famous actors in which the language learners are asked to complete the sentences with a/ an. It ...
This worksheet is appropriate for reviewing and practicing articles "a", "an", "the" and "zero"articles. It contains a lot of questions to test students previous knowledge. It is suitable for elem ...
This is a worksheet about the articles a or an. It contains a gap-filling activity. It is appropriate for both young learners and adults. You may use it at the activation part of your teaching. Th ...
A small test on vocabulary and grammar for juniors . Vocabulary about numbers 1-20, family, school items, colours. Grammar about plurals,verb to be, possesive adjs. This/That, a/an. Eas ...
An Enlish test for elementary students. Topics in the test: classroom vocabulary, using the definitive and indefinitive article, changing singular nouns into plural. Basic English with possibility ...
This is a very simple worksheet for revising quantifiers at elementary level. There are 3 different activities in which students are asked to complete the sentences with some or any, fill in ...
This is an Avril Lavigne song to practice the use of some, any and no. It can be used to practice this grammar with listening exercises. The student should fill the gaps with the appropriate word ...
Write a or an: a worksheet to consolidate the use of a and an with some images which will help students to complete the lines below the pictures and useful vocabulary: airplane, cup, backpack, pen ...
This board game aims at revising furniture vocabulary (bed, bath, lamp, chair, armchair, sofa, table, bookcase, vase) and colours (white, black, red, green, blue, purple, brown, pink, yellow). Exp ...
This worksheet was created to assess students at a beginner's level. I have used it with my elementary level students, mainly adults, as well as with 6th and 7th graders. It covers topics like cou ...
This presentation was used to help my Korean students understand when to use definite and indefinite articles. I enumerated 4 rules that hopefully clear this issue up. This presentation discusses ...
Elem Pre-Int Int Adv
It's a worksheet to work with beginners. There are things like, a/an, and how to introduce yourself. I used it with my students before the test and it worked very well. They were having some diffi ...
This PowerPoint shows how to describe people and their jobs. The grammar focuses on present simple and indefinite articles a and an. It is appropriate for elementary language learners, specially a ...
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