101 exercises and grammar worksheets for English teachers

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English teachers – this download pack contains PDF-format English exercises, plus grammar, reading and listening worksheets. Perfect as handouts for your classes or online lessons, all the material is original and specially prepared by Stuart Cook for Speakspeak.com.

There are 101 PDF sheets in total, each with a teacher's key. 


UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (B2+) EXERCISES AND WORKSHEETS INCLUDE:
- Grammar exercise: Unless, in case, in case of, despite, even though, even if
- Grammar exercise: Despite, in spite of, although, even though
- Vocabulary exercise: Hyphenated compound words
- Grammar exercise: Ten Reporting verbs / reported speech
- Vocabulary exercise: pronunciation of nouns vs. verbs voiced unvoiced consonants /f/, /s/, /θ/, /v/, /z/, /ð/
- Vocabulary exercise: Phrasal verbs with “up”
- Vocabulary exercise: Abstract nouns
- Worksheet + exercise: Subject-verb inversion after adverbs, adverbial phrases
- Worksheet + exercise: How to add emphasis 1
- Vocabulary exercise: Words used in news headlines
- Vocab worksheet: Adjectives describing physical appearance, character
- Worksheet: Listening “Spend, Spend, Spend”: from BBC Witness
- Worksheet: Listening “Swimming The Bering Strait”: from BBC Witness
- Grammar worksheet + exercise: Prefixes and suffixes
- Grammar​ ​worksheet​ ​+​ ​exercise ​last,​ ​the​ ​last,​ ​the​ ​latest
- Worksheet + exercise: Pronunciation of long vowel ɔː vs. diphthong eə
- Worksheet + exercise: homophones
- Reading worksheet + exercise: How Wolf Packs Work
- Reading worksheet + exercise: A wolf’s migration across Europe
- Vocab worksheet + exercise: Giving opinions, disagreeing
- Vocabulary exercise: 7 idiomatic phrasal verbs
- Worksheet, 2 exercises: Correlative conjunctions: neither/nor, either/or, both/and
- Vocabulary worksheet + exercise: pending, aside, permitting, outstanding
- Vocabulary worksheet + exercise: invaluable, priceless, worthless
- Vocabulary worksheet + exercise: Work and employment
- Vocabulary sheet, exercise: Sounds our voices make
- Worksheet and exercise: How to add emphasis 2
- Speaking activity: Making decisions
- Exercise: Present perfect simple vs. continuous (3 exercises)
- Vocabulary sheet + exercise: Phrasal verbs: drop off, let down, point out, come up with, clear up
- Worksheet + exercise: Making deductions using modal verbs (must, might, could, may)
- Exercise: word-building
- Worksheet + exercise: Binomial pairs (x2)

INTERMEDIATE (A2 – B1 LEVEL) EXERCISES AND WORKSHEETS INCLUDE:
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Past perfect vs. past simple
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Past simple vs. present perfect (x3)
- Intermediate grammar exercise: First vs. second conditional, ex. 1
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Past perfect
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Would rather, would prefer, prefer
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Used to, be used to, get used to
- Grammar worksheet + exercise: Since, for, from
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Since, for, from
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Comparatives
- Grammar worksheet + exercise: Comparatives, superlatives
- Worksheet + exercise: An introduction to similes
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Similes
- Intermediate vocabulary exercise: Size and dimension
- Intermediate worksheet + exercise: Unless, if
- Worksheet + exercise: Repeating comparatives to emphasise change
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Stative vs. non-stative verbs
- Intermediate grammar exercise: Past simple questions
- Worksheet + exercise: Using besides, beside
- Worksheet + exercise: Gerund or to + infinitive
- Intermediate grammar exercise: verb + infinitive or verb + gerund?
- Intermediate vocabulary exercise: Time metaphors
- Worksheet and exercise Correlative conjunctions: neither/nor, either/or, both/and
- Intermediate exercise: Using apostrophes
- Grammar worksheet + exercise: Would rather, would prefer, prefer
- Grammar worksheet + exercise: Used to, be used to, get used to
- Intermediate vocabulary exercise: Compound nouns
- Intermediate grammar sheet: Using adverbs with moderate and strong adjectives
- Intermediate vocabulary sheet + exercise: Recognise, realise, notice, find out
- Intermediate worksheet + exercises: The six senses
- Pre-intermediate grammar exercise: verb + infinitive or verb + gerund? 
- Speaking practice/roleplay: forming first conditional questions what . . if?
- Pre-intermediate exercise When vs, if pre-intermediate w/key
- Pre-intermediate / Intermediate exercise By vs. until

ELEMENTARY EXERCISES:
- Comparatives
- Question words ex. 1
- Question words ex. 2
- Word order ex. 1
- Word order ex. 2
- Present simple questions, ex. 1
- Present simple questions, negatives (x 2)
- Some vs. any
- Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
- Adjectives vs. adverbs
- Present Simple with ‘always’, ‘never’, ‘often’

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