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Had Better Practice

Had Better Practice

This worksheet was created to help students practice the use of had better. There are six situations which should be solved by the students. You can edit the worksheet so you can use it with other ...
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Would Rather Game

Would Rather Game

This is a power point presentation used for elementary students, L2, to practice "would rather ". It can be used to practice reading and speaking skills, encouraging them to talk about things they ...
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Responding to Complaints

Responding to Complaints

This is a worksheet for intermediate students to respond and practice complaining. It should work well  if practised in a small group or even in a very large class if they are put in pai ...
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Imagined Dialogues to Practise Making Suggestions

Imagined Dialogues to Practise Making Suggestions

I wanted to create a fun context for my students with which they can practise making suggestions. I used only basic expressions (let's, why don't you/ we, shall) from their course book (Project 2 ...
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Giving Reasons and Making Suggestions

Giving Reasons and Making Suggestions

This worksheet is about conversation on telling how a person feels and giving reasons for feeling so and making suggestions on how to make the person feel better. This also includes ten items abo ...
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Travel Suggestions Based on Films

Travel Suggestions Based on Films

Do you have a lesson on travelling and films? This is your chance to link both of them and engage your students! Tell them that now they are planning their trips to one of the places from the char ...
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Activities Battleship

Activities Battleship

A good way of practicing activities and days of the week using the structure "Let's ... on ...'. First make sure that the class knows about the days of the week and review the actions so that ...
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Advice and Suggestions

Advice and Suggestions

This worksheet has a table of expressions for giving advice and making suggestions (e.g. 'Why don't you...? and 'Perhaps you should...'). There is also a pairwork activity which provides the oppor ...
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Travel Agent/Customer Gap-fill Exercise/ Role-play

Travel Agent/Customer Gap-fill Exercise/ Role-play

In this worksheet, students have to pick the appropriate word to fill the gap in this conversation between a travel agent and customer. Can also be used as a role-play activity. Target language/mi ...
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Suggestions - Going to the Drugstore (Speaking Activity)

Suggestions - Going to the Drugstore (Speaking Activity)

This worksheet contains several pictures of all kinds of medicines for you to print and cut, I usually paste them in foami or craft foam to give more resistance and strength or the material of you ...
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Asking for Help

Asking for Help

Here you can find two pages of questions for speaking activity in your class, to discuss how people ask for help and what their reactions are in everyday situations. There is a short text as an in ...
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ILR Level 1/2 Roleplays

ILR Level 1/2 Roleplays

These 8 ESL role plays are designed to challenge learners at ILR (International Language Roundtable) Level 1 or 2. The difference between these levels is the degree of resistance created by the t ...
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Practical Expressions

Practical Expressions

A good and extensive list of practical expressions, using three uses (informal, less formal and formal). Easy to put in use, as long as the majority of the expressions is for classroom use. It hel ...
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Survival Webquest for 6th Form Esl Students

Survival Webquest for 6th Form Esl Students

Help 6th formers put their survival vocabulary and critical thinking skills into practice by using this webquest. It is to be used over three 60 minute sessions and Internet access is essential. I ...
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Giving Opinions

Giving Opinions

It´s important to be able to share your opinions with other people in a polite way. This short worksheet introduces common English phrases to agree, to disagree, to give your personal opinio ...
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About Our Suggestions and Offers Worksheets
This is the suggestions and offers section of the Busy Teacher site. Welcome! There are now 24 free worksheets in this category but feel free to upload your worksheets too. Other teachers will definitely appreciate your hard work. To give you an example of the worksheets in this section check out this page. It is a study guide about giving advice for pre-intermediate students with some practice exercises. There are also teachers’ notes included which make using it in your classroom even easier. For other similar activities on this topic browse through the worksheets and simply download and print the one you like best.
You can introduce vocabulary related to giving suggestions or advice and making offers in any class. It is also great opportunity to role play and practice using some modal verbs such as should, ought to, and may. The amount of material you include will depend on the level of your learners. Obviously younger students should only be introduced to a few key phrases while advanced learners can handle a lot more variety and intricacy. This is an excellent topic to include in your lessons as students will be able to think of real life situations in which they can use this material. Rather than try to think of problems to present your students with for the role plays, have students anonymously submit problems. Hand the problems out at random for students to practice role playing with their partners. This will ensure that your class works with material relevant to them.