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English Grammar – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Verbs in English can be two different types: transitive and intransitive. Let’s look at what the differences between them are: Transitive verbs can be recognized by two main characteristics. They:  are ACTION verbs (express an activity: e.g. eat, read, wash) take a DIRECT OBJECT (sth that receives the action of the […]

A1 English Lesson Plans

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Hobbies Lesson Plan For ESL Teachers (A1)

English Lesson Plan On Hobbies - Love/ Hate/ Like Lesson Goals: In this lesson the students will learn how to talk about things they like/ love or hate. At the end they should be able to talk about their hobbies as well. Target English Grammar: … More

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Adverbs Of Frequency Lesson Plan – Daily Routine (A1)

Teaching adverbs of frequency and daily routine - A1 ESL Lesson Plan *The following lesson plan is suitable for ESL teachers working with students of A1 (beginner) English level. The Answer Sheet for the lesson is available for download … More

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How Much / How Many ESL Lesson Plan (A1)

How much/ how many esl lesson plan - Countable and Uncountable Nouns - Food This is a free online esl lesson plan for English teachers working with students of A1 (beginner) level. You can download the Answer Sheet for this lesson plan … More

A2 English Lesson Plans

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ESL Lesson Plan – Past Simple Tense and Action Verbs (A2)

Lesson Goals: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to form and use past simple tense, be familiar with the formation and word order in negative sentences and questions. Target Grammar: Past Simple Target Vocabulary: Action Verbs * The … More

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Free ESL Lesson Plan – Can vs Could (A2)

Free ESL Lesson Plan - Can/ Could - Birthdays and Presents Lesson Goals: The following lesson is suitable for students of A2 level of English. This lesson will teach them the difference between and the usage of CAN and COULD. Also, the students will … More

Going To + Infinitive English Lesson Plan

Going to + Infinitive English Lesson Plan (A2)

Going to + Inf. English Lesson Plan - Planning My Weekend (A2) Lesson Goals: At the end of this English lesson, the students should be able to use “be going to” in order to make plans and predictions. Target Grammar: be going to+infinitive … More

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Free English Lesson Plan For ESL Teachers - Future Continuous

English Lesson Plan – Future Continuous (B2)

Free ESL lesson plan – Future Continuous The following English lesson plan focuses on Future Continuous and is suitable for B2 (intermediate – advanced) English learners. Answer Sheet is available below. Presentation 1. Listen to the text and draw an airport map. Next week I will be going to Helsinki for work, and will be […]

English Grammar

transitive and intransitive verbs - esl grammar

English Grammar – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Verbs in English can be two different types: transitive and intransitive. Let’s look at what the differences between them are: Transitive verbs can be recognized by two main characteristics. They:  are ACTION verbs (express an activity: e.g. eat, read, wash) take a DIRECT OBJECT (sth that receives the action of the […]

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ESL Grammar – Definite, Indefinite, and No Article In English

Definite, Indefinite, and No Article In English Grammar Explanation and Practice What are articles? There are 3 articles in the English language. Two indefinite – A, AN, and one definite – THE. Sometimes no article is used, referred to as 0 article. The indefinite article: ‘a/an’ 1. When we talk about something for the first […]

Teach English Grammar - Compound Adjectives - Formation, Usage and Grammar Practice

Teach English Grammar – Compound Adjectives

Teach English Grammar – Compound Adjectives – Formation, Usage, Grammar Practice See also Formation Of Adjectives here What is a Compound Adjective? Compound adjectives are adjectives comprised by two or more different words to describe a noun in terms of age, depth, weight, price, size etc. Usually compound adjectives are hyphenated. A common mistake would […]