314 FREE Everyday/Social English Worksheets
BusyTeacher Home » » Everyday/Social English

FREE Everyday/Social English Worksheets

In this section you will find 314 worksheets related to everyday, social English. One such worksheet has a very specific theme. It was created to help students interact with employees at the post office. There are several different activities including organizing a dialogue and filling in blanks. Students who complete this activity will be able to easily mail postcards home from English speaking countries. This is a good example of how English can be used in real life situations and will help students see the practical uses of learning English. There are many other worksheets available so if you are not interested in talking about the post office right now, think about using a different activity for your class.
Everyday English is a really important but often overlooked ESL topic. Since everyday casual conversation English is what students will most likely have the opportunity to use outside of class, try to make it the focus of some of your lessons or incorporate it into your lesson plans. Even just five to ten minutes a day will give students the chance to interact with you and other students in normal ways rather than repeating lists of vocabulary words and specific sentence structures. Being able to communicate in English during casual conversations is the goal of many students so make it a priority to help them attain that level of fluency.

Filter by Level
NEW
  • Complete Beginner (77)
  • Elementary (157)
  • Pre-Intermediate (137)
  • Intermediate (121)
  • Upper-Intermediate Advanced (75)
  • Exam Level (22)
  • Suitable for All Levels (19)
Clear filters
Filter
Dramatically improve the way you teach:

Make A Word Search:

Create awesome-looking custom word searches in seconds!

Make A Word Scramble:

Instantly create custom word/sentence scrambles for your class!

Make A Double Puzzle:

Generate double puzzles your students will love - hours of fun!

ESL Articles
View our latest knowledgebase articles that will help you become a better English teacher. Learn from professional teachers and put a bit of your own creativity into it!
  1. Ways to Make Spelling Exciting
  2. Heading on Virtual Field Trips
  3. Learn Popular Christmas and Holiday Expressions
  4. Ways to Make Classic Literature Exciting
  5. Ways to Use Slideshows in the Classroom
Rate this Category
5 out of 5, rated by 2 teachers
Sort by: Most Recent | Most Viewed | Rating
Phrasal Verbs, Negatives, Questions, Tag Questions, Have/Has (5 of 24)

Phrasal Verbs, Negatives, Questions, Tag Questions, Have/Has (5 of 24)

Michael Patrick
Lesson 5 in this 24 part series of English as a second language course designed for native Spanish speakers. Phrasal verbs are more important than you may realize. Do you know how many different ...
1 Views 2,727 Pre-IntInt
Christmas Trivia Video & Worksheet

Christmas Trivia Video & Worksheet

Jeff Genet
This super fun worksheet is linked with a YouTube video that contains Christmas/winter/holiday themed questions. A great warm up and way to get your students into the holiday season, build and rev ...
2 Views 9,078 All
American Culture

American Culture

Jeff Genet
•, Everyday/Social English, ,
This is an extremely powerful and fun way to teach cultural awareness. This fun lesson is linked to a video which talks about common generalization that people have about Americans. Improve listen ...
1 Views 3,475 All
Making Fall Plans

Making Fall Plans

Jeff Genet
•, Everyday/Social English, ,
An incredibly fun lesson to build vocabulary and expressions to talk about the fall. There is an animated video that is linked to this lesson plan made especially for ESL/EFL learners. A powerful ...
1 Views 2,954 All
What is Halloween?

What is Halloween?

Jeff Genet
•, Everyday/Social English, ,
This fabulously fun Halloween lesson is based off an animated video of a natural conversation. One of the characters in the series is from India and doesn't know much about it. A very powerful res ...
1 Views 14,533 All
Put BusyTeacher in your inbox

Sign up for the BusyTeacher Weekly and be the first to get direct links to our latest teaching articles, worksheets and lesson plans. Goes out to 323,134 subscribers every Tuesday.
See last week's issue.

Feelings and Emotions Vocabulary with Emojis

Feelings and Emotions Vocabulary with Emojis

BusyTeacher Contributor
A worksheet containing two ice-breaking activities on feelings and emotions, especially for teenagers. In the first one, students draw how they feel today and complete the blank. In the second one ...
1 Views 9,045 Beg
Old Church Choir - Christian Song (Beginner Level)

Old Church Choir - Christian Song (Beginner Level)

Elizabeth Lopez
•, , Everyday/Social English,
It might be helpful for esl students focused on bible integration. It's a nice form to include simple and new words in the vocabulary of our begginers level students. Also, music is really helpful ...
1 Views 3,319 Elem
Let's Start a Conversation Student Speaking Activity

Let's Start a Conversation Student Speaking Activity

Taz
•, Everyday/Social English
It could work as a warmer or even as a whole lesson - it's up to you and your students' needs. Have students sit in a circle and distribute cards with different topics ( food - jobs - free time ac ...
1 Views 9,965 Pre-IntIntAdv
In Fashion Puzzle

In Fashion Puzzle

Sandra Elizabeth Valencia
•, Everyday/Social English
By using puzzles you can introduce or reinforce vocabulary about different topics. This sheet presents adjectives for describing clothing in a fun way. Also, through this type of activity you ca ...
1 Views 4,696 ElemPre-Int
Hero by Enrique Iglesias (Simple Verbs Practice)

Hero by Enrique Iglesias (Simple Verbs Practice)

Fatima
•, Everyday/Social English
Here is a worksheet suitable for almost all levels of English. It is so practical for beginner & intermediate levels to learn about 20 simple main verbs, yet fun & entertaining for higher ...
1 Views 5,997 ElemPre-IntIntAdv
Phubbing or Phone Addiction (Article and Activities)

Phubbing or Phone Addiction (Article and Activities)

chocolate addict
•, Everyday/Social English, ,
You will find activities linked to phubbing (phone + snubbing), which is the practise of snubbing someone, using your phone.   It starts with questions to get the students to speak, then a ...
1 Views 6,877 IntAdv
Likes and Dislikes Conversation Activity

Likes and Dislikes Conversation Activity

Maria Botina
In this activity, students pair up. Each student receives a list of different items and asks his/her partner "Do you like (insert item from list)?" If the partner says "yes," the student colors in ...
7 Views 19,850 BegElem
Common Phrases and Colors with some Spanish Translations

Common Phrases and Colors with some Spanish Translations

Michael Patrick
•, , , Everyday/Social English
These exercises were designed with native Spanish speakers in mind covering some basic common phrases. It also covers some basic sentence writing using colors. Everything should be said out loud ...
5 Views 6,778 Pre-IntInt
Sewing Terminology

Sewing Terminology

• » Everyday/Social English
If you have students who are interested in sewing, give them a chance to practice some sewing-specific words with this sewing terminology worksheet. Sewing is an important life skill and knowing k ...
1 Views 4,910 Adv
Interview a Friend Writing Template

Interview a Friend Writing Template

•Everyday/Social English,
Use this friend interview worksheet to help students build basic writing and speaking skills. This worksheet contains simple questions for students to ask a friend, such as "What is your name?" an ...
3 Views 9,145 BegElemPre-Int
Real-Life Reading: Store Hours

Real-Life Reading: Store Hours

•Everyday/Social English,
This worksheet helps build everyday reading skills by having students read a sign showing the hours for a store. Students must answer question based on the sign, such as "What time does the store ...
7 Views 15,873 ElemInt
Flashcards of Daily Activities

Flashcards of Daily Activities

LenaK
•Everyday/Social English,
This worksheet contains 20 colorful flashcards of daily routines and activities: get up, wash face, have breakfast, go to school, etc. It will help ESL students master the phrases in English. Pare ...
12 Views 57,800 BegElemPre-Int
Flashcards of Shapes

Flashcards of Shapes

Elena V
•, Everyday/Social English, ,
Here you'll find 16 flash cards of shapes in English. These flash cards include classical shapes and rare ones. They're ideal for helping toddlers and preschoolers learn shapes. The worksheet ...
7 Views 20,801 BegElem
WH Questions: Who? What?

WH Questions: Who? What?

•, Everyday/Social English
Who did that? What did you say? Many questions begin with the words "who" and "what." Read each question and choose the correct answer. Once you have answered all of the questions, try coming up w ...
4 Views 14,525 Int
In the Community

In the Community

Helen Close
A map with shops,schools, etc. marked on. You can teach about the shops, school, services or directions. A list is provided with activities held at each venue. This is made up of Australian Englis ...
5 Views 14,888 BegElemPre-Int
Movie Worksheet:London Central Episode 1

Movie Worksheet:London Central Episode 1

Anastasia
This is a worksheet for the first episode of the TV series London Central. It contains watching, writing and speaking exercises about the first acquaintance and some simple phrases for meeting new ...
5 Views 12,112 BegElemPre-Int
Classroom Instructions

Classroom Instructions

Seyma Ari
•, Everyday/Social English
It includes some simple classroom instructions like sit down, listen, clean the board etc. I pinned this sheet to my class' bulletin board so that children can learn it by just looking at it durin ...
3 Views 9,695 BegElem
Functional Language for Speaking

Functional Language for Speaking

Tasoula KATSIAMI
This is a powerpoint presentation which can be used during a roleplay and communicative activities based on a specific objective. It contains useful expressions and phrases for daily conversation ...
11 Views 37,157 ElemPre-Int
Small Talk vs. Meaningful Conversation

Small Talk vs. Meaningful Conversation

Candice Soldatelli
This speaking activity is based on an article from The Elephant Journal entitled "Small Talk: I can't do it anymore" by Morgan L. Callison. We ask ss to say what they understand by "small talk" an ...
9 Views 14,827 IntAdv
Movie Worksheet:TED- Why Social Media Likes Say More Than You Might Think

Movie Worksheet:TED- Why Social Media Likes Say More Than You Might Think

Chantal Kroese
ESL teachers can use this lesson to practise listening, reading and speaking. Intermediate level. The lesson plan is based on a ten minute TED talk: tthe curly fry conundrum: why social media 'lik ...
5 Views 17,455 Int

Got a great worksheet on Everyday/Social English? Tell us about it and become a BusyTeacher contributor!

Submit a Worksheet