Phrases and more; This section contains work sheets about various things thing including important english phrases and day to day situations.
Some important words and phrases used at the doctor’s are listed here including some translation exercises for pupils.
Memory; This work sheet contains a memory game which should help pupils learn some new vocabulary about electricity.
This work sheet gives an overview of some important words and phrases used while staying at a hotel by offering translation exercises.
This work sheet gives an overview of some important words and phrases used at the airport by offering translation exercises.
Pupils get to know some important words and phrases used while at the bank by completing translation exercises.
This work sheet contains some exercises based on being at the beach. Pupils must first find the correct translation for certain objects and then translate some basic sentences.
This work sheet gives an overview of some important words and phrases used while on the phone by offering translation exercises.
Children will learn about the basics of conversation by looking at important words and phrases and completing translation exercises.
Here are some pictures of English words which are also used in other languages. Pupils should write down the words onto the lines.
10 of the most famous sayings are listed here. Pupils can try to translate them.
Pupils can find the odd one out from various categories.
This work sheet focuses on finding the odd one out from various sets of pictures.
This work sheet contains a few lists of words which pupils can connect with their opposites by drawing lines.
The focus here is on the use of the word "mind". As it has many meanings in the English language, pupils should keep these in mind :) at all times.
This work sheet gives an overview of some important words and phrases used when travelling by public transport by offering translation exercises.
Pupils can arrange words from various categories.
Pupils can connect two matching words depending on a certain category.
This work sheet includes a game about making and identifying various sounds and noises. (Detailed instructions inside)
Pupils will complete some basic exercises about what to say when getting to know someone.
Read about Paul and Gina. Which things belong to whom? Sort them out and write sentences. E.g. The jeans belong to Paul; It's Ginas dress;
On this work sheet pupils can complete the lines by filling in the relevant words.