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Different Verbs – Gap Fill

Stop / Try / Remember – Gap Fill

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Multiple Choice

Different Verbs – Multiple Choice

Stop / Try / Remember – Multiple Choice

Different Verbs – Multiple Choice

 

Quick Links – Students

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Quick Links – Teachers

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** Multiplayer game – minimum 6 players

Students – positives

can, should, have to

Students – negatives

shouldn’t, don’t have to, not allowed to

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Students – Questions

Shall, should, can, could, have to

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Students – Supposed to, allowed to, had to

Teachers – positives

Teachers – negatives

Teachers – questions

Teachers – Supposed to, allowed to, had to

Classroom Materials

Places in Saint Petersburg (57 cards) – Advice for tourists. Could/Should/Must they visit each place? What should they do there?

On the road (40 cards) – should, shouldn’t, have to, not allowed to, can (also supposed to, not supposed to, ought to)

At school (32 cards) – have to, don’t have to, allowed to, not allowed to, supposed to, not supposed to – past tense for adults!

At school (20 cards) – have to, don’t have to only

Guess the job (58 cards) – printable – Ask “Do they have to…” questions to guess the job.

Shall, Can, Could (56 cards) – What is the best question for each situation?

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Handout

Students – Level 1

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Students – Level 2

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Teachers – Level 1

Teachers – Level 2

Speaking Tasks

Comparatives and Superlatives

– Practice grading adjectives – How tidy are you?

– Practice comparatives – Who is tidier – you or your brother?

– Practice superlatives – Who is the tidiest person in your family?

Comparing people – Simple vocabulary

Comparing people – Intermediate vocabulary

Comparing with your classmates

Do the task in pairs to practice comparatives – My hair is longer than yours.

Do the task in groups of 3 or more to practice superlatives – My hair is the longest.

Personal Records

36 mini-dialogues to practice superlatives and present perfect.

Classroom Materials

For the two tasks below you need to make a numbered list of six real people you know well, including yourself!

Good at… (111 cards) – How good? Who’s better? Who’s the best?

Describing people (111 cards) – How ____? Who’s ____-er? Who the ___-est? – vocabularyQuizlet Live

For the next one you need a list of 6 places.

Describing places (111 cards) – How ____? Which is ____-er? Which is the ___-est? – vocabularyQuizlet Live

Personal Records (32 cards) – What is the _____ place you’ve ever been? etc

Handout – 2 on a page

Handout