If money is what you plan to talk about in an upcoming class, you have come to the right place. There are now 50 available worksheets that deal with this topic so there is a wide variety for you to choose from. This money worksheet uses the format of a magazine questionnaire to talk about money and spending habits. This gives students some feedback based on their answers and practices the second conditional too. The teacher’s notes are really detailed and will make using this in your classroom a piece of cake. If your students are focusing on a different aspect of this topic consider using another worksheet instead or save this one for a more appropriate time.
Money is often taught as an extension of numbers. Beginners learn just basic ordinal and cardinal numbers while pre-intermediate students get to start talking about money and decimals. On the other end of the spectrum, advanced and Business English students should also have some practice talking about money and numbers too. These learners report having difficulty reading and saying percentages, very large numbers such as 301,560,128, and currencies. Saying “There are dollars five million.” is a common error; the correct sentence is “There are five million dollars.” For every level be sure to include some appropriate numbers and money practice exercises in your classes.