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191 FREE Can/Could Worksheets
About Our Can/Could Worksheets
This section is for worksheets using can and could; there are now 191 can/could worksheets
included in this section. Lets take a look at a couple of the available worksheets. This worksheet is pretty basic and just gives students practice answering basic Can you ~? questions
so it might be a good warm up or first practice activity. The second worksheet is a group activity that combines can and animal vocabulary into a fun guessing game
that would be great as a review once students feel comfortable using the different target structures on their own. If those are not quite what you are searching for, look through the rest of this page to find something that your students will enjoy. For more modal verb worksheets choose the main modal verb section; there is a lot of variety there and has great modal review worksheets too. Besides worksheets, there are links to teaching articles on this page and while they are not directly related to modal verbs, the tips can be applied to lessons about any topic.
This is a worksheet for practicing and reviewing can and can't. It contains gap-filling and question activities. It is designed for elementary levels. Hope it helps!
This is a complete worksheet for grade 7 midterm test. It covers several topics such as simple present tense, present continuous tense, and simple past tense, preposition of time (in, on, at ...
This is the first time to upload my file here. This is a PPT for modal verbs review quiz game. Each row in the second page means the level of the question and you get different points for correct ...
This power-point presentation provides brief and simple explanations of each modal verb (can-could-may-might-must) and some exercises related to them. The aim is to clarify the use of each modal v ...
This is a song that I used to introduce the modal verbs "must", "should" and "could". Students are asked to first complete sentences with the words they listen to (only modals) and then they are a ...
This worksheet contains brief explanations of each modal verb (can- have to- must- should) and some graphic examples that illustrate each of them. There are lots of exercises to practice. You can ...
The target language for this worksheet is must, must not, have to, don't have to and can. The way I used it was to first have students guess what the school rules were in my old school (in the US ...
This worksheet focuses on the revision of the following grammar points: can/can't, like+ing, dislike+ing, degrees of ability, imperative, free-time activities, why/b ...
Here is a worksheet using the lyrics of David Guetta and Usher's song Without You. It was originally designed for Brazilian students of English, that's why the vocabulary list provides a translati ...
This PowerPoint is useful when you want to teach your students how to express their abilities with can or can't. It contains the basic rules of this modal verb and also includes some fill in the g ...
This is a set of questions for use with the game Hex. It's like playing tic-tac-toe: you number all the squares, and when a team chooses that square, it must answer the question corresponding to t ...
This worksheet will be good to use for practising grammar requests 'could you?' This song worksheet has pre-listening, while-listening and after-listening activities. After working with the worksh ...
Diagnistic written test - this test is a way to see what the students remember after summer holidays. It starts with a text with a true/ false exercise and some questions about it. Other contents: ...
Quiz about the use of can-can't-could-couldn't for elementary school students. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the modal auxiliaries. You can use it in class to practice or as a quiz. ...
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