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Activities based on a Peppa Pig episode, for young learners aged about 6. Practising "can" in questions and short answers. After watching, a teacher may check the answers and elicit "Yes, he/she c ...
This is a vacation/holiday activity information sheet about Turkey. It includes sightseeing of three Turkish cities, food & drink, and festival and special events in Turkey. It can be used for ...
This is a vacation/holiday activity information sheet about Indonesia. It includes sightseeing of three Indonesian cities, food & drink, and festival and special events in Indonesia. It can be ...
This is a vacation/holiday activity information sheet about India. It includes sightseeing of three Indian cities, food & drink, and festival and special events in India. It can be used for an ...
This worksheet has the purpose to practice and review the uses of the modals “can” and “would like to” to give suggestions, it can be uses with mainly elementary students, ...
This worksheet has the intention to practice simple questions and answers to the modals “can” and “would like to”, in simple and very easy questions. Here the aim is to dev ...
I work in a military college in Oman, and all my students are boys. They are football-crazy, so I used the FIFA rules to make a worksheet to help them review modal verbs to express obligation. I h ...
This is a simple and easy worksheet for teaching modal verbs (can and must) at elementary level. There is an easy activity in which students are asked to complete thirty two different senten ...
It is a perfect activity if you want your students to practice can and can't for abilities. Students will absolutely have fun with it. It contains pictures. You just need a dice and a marker for y ...
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