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List of Worksheets: English Language

Worksheet3.082 Words / ~11 pages Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel - CAUmoor Zeitformen Lösungen Arbeitsblatt 6 Fill in the correct tense 1. My brother was living (live) in New York up until last year. 2. Did you just call (call) me a liar? 3. Have you finished (finish) reading the newspaper yet? 4. When I came to this big city, I didnt know (know) anyone. 5. I was (be) in love with Susan, but she left me for another man. 6. Really? You moved to a new apartment? How long have you been living (live) there? 7. Tom played (play) football for two years when he was at school. 8. John has lived in Spain for the past 3 years (and he still lives there). 9. I was at the club yesterday, but I did not see (see) you. 10. I havent been (be) this upset in many years! 11. I slept (sleep) for five hours last night. 12. I have been (be) in love six times in my life. 13. Every time I see that movie, it makes (make) me cry. 14. I was taking (take) a shower when…[show more]
Worksheet494 Words / ~1 page Rahel-Varnhagen-Kolleg Hagen Worksheet, Past tense, Present Perfect, Blackout, Interview 2012 Worksheet: Past Tense versus Present Perfect 1. Blackout – Fill in past tense or present perfect. Last Monday the overloaded generators of our city has broken (1. break) down. Since then we had (2. have) a complete blackout. The first day the children ate (3. eat) practically nothing but ice‑cre­am, because the deep‑ freezer in our supermarket stopped (4. stop) working, of course, and they gave (5. give) free ice-cream to everybody. At home, no refrigerator! Since then we have eaten (6. eat) nothing but bread with soft butter and half‑me­lted cheese. No electric cooker! I have not (7. not have) a single cup of coffee or tea in three days. No elevator! I seldom walked (8. seldom walk) up and down so many stairs in my life. No vacuum cleaner! My husband…[show more]
Worksheet1.921 Words / ~6 pages University of Derby Clap hands, here comes Charlie Pre-reading Activities Charles Henderson One of the main characters in the story is Charlie Henderson. He is going to see a pantomime – a form of theatre traditionally seen at Christmas time – with his family. From the following extracts you will get an idea of what the relationship between him, his son Alec and his wife are. Mrs Henderson’s son, Alec, said Peter Pan wasn’t a pantomime. At least not what his mother understood by the word. Of course, there was a fairy-tale element to the story, dealing as it did with Never-Never land and lost boys, but there was more to it than that, ‘It’s written on several levels,’ he informed her. ‘I’ve been a lost boy all my life,’ muttered Charles Henderson, but nobody heard him. ‘And I doubt,’ said Alec, ‘if our Moira’s kiddies will make head nor tail of it.* It’s full of…[show more]
Worksheet1.190 Words / ~2 pages Universidad Católica del Ecuador Quito My best dream ever It all started on Sao Paulo. I was walking around with my camera and taking pictures of some gardens where people go and do picnics and have some fun together with family or friends. I was walking around some plants then I fell over and hurt a little bit my leg and hand. I remember there was a family 10 members (counting parents), then a woman around 50 years old from that family saw me on the grass. I was kinda bleeding and she came to help me the hotel in which she was staying in with her family was just in front form where I was, so she took me to her suite with all her family. When I was there the most of children were boys and two girls so I was amongst two girls and six boys. They all wanted to know my name, where I came from and everything about me. One of them tell me I was the most beautiful girl he saw and I fell how my cheeks started blushing…[show more]
Worksheet1.049 Words / ~ pages NLRHS, North Little Rock, AR Grade 9 Personal Narratives Personal narratives are stories you tell about true events that happened in your own life. Your personal narrative should not begin with your birth. The event you describe should be one that you can relate to your reader through your own memories. These stories usually recall and reflect on a significant event that shaped your character, your personality, or your future. When you write a personal narrative, the focus is on that key event. This narrative should not just be a “laundry list” of events that occurred. Be careful not to fall into the trap of relating a timeline of events. You are not just explaining what happened, but you are telling the story of the event. You set up the story with an exposition, introducing the characters, the setting, background, and the conflict. You continue with the complications­…[show more]
Worksheet1.052 Words / ~ pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Practicing Phrasal Verbs Examples: Run into sb: to meet sb by chance Run out of: to finish; to have no more of sth Run after: to chase Run over: to hit sb/sth with a vehicle Take over: to take control of sth Take after: to look like, to behave like Take up: to begin sth new (a hobby, sport) Take off: (of aeroplanes) to leave the ground, to depart Turn into: to change into, to become sb/sth else Turn down: to refuse an offer Turn on: to switch on Turn up: to arrive Put out: to stop a fire burning Put sb up: to provide sb with a place to stay Put on: to place clothes on one’s body, to wear Put off: to postpone, to arrange for sth to happen at a later time, date Exercise Phrasal Verbs I Fill in the gaps using the phrasal verbs in the right form. go after , go under , go in ,go down, turn off , turn down, turn out , turn up 1. The temperature ________ it’s really cold in…[show more]
Worksheet1.206 Words / ~6 pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU Ways to express the ‘Future’ in English PRESENT SIMPLE We open our new office in London next year. The train leaves in half an hour Does the meeting start at 8am tomorrow? PRESENT CONTINUOUS He is leaving tonight. He isn’t leaving tonight. Is he leaving tonight? Isn’t he leaving tonight? FUTURE SIMPLE She will come today. She will not/won’t come. Will she come today? Won’t she come today? FUTURE CONTINUOUS Don’t phone in the evening I’ll be washing my car. This time next week I’ll be sitting on a plane to . Don’t worry. I’ll tell her cos I’ll be seeing her in the office anyway. BE GOING TO do sth. She is going to apply. She isn’t going to apply. Is she going to apply? Isn’t she going to apply? It’s going to rain. It isn’t going to rain. Is it goin..…[show more]
Worksheet1.197 Words / ~ pages Saint Mac´s Saint John Read the dialogue and choose the correct words. Neil: Are you (1) ___to Dawn’s party tomorrow? Brian: Yes, of course. What time does it start? Neil: At twelve o´clock, but (2) ______ over there at 10.00 to help. Brian: OK. (3)_______me to do? Neil: Well, Joe and Andy are making some special food and Dawn (4) ___the garden. You can help her. Brian: OK. (5)____decora­tions­! Neil: Is Paul coming with you? Brian: No, he (6) ___to birthday parties. He isn´t very sociable! Neil: Oh well. Are you (7) _____ Dawn a present? Brian: Yes, a few of us (8) _____her a watch. What about you? Neil: I´ve got her a book. (9)_______ Brian: Yes, (10) ____without a book! Neil: Well, see you tomorrow then. Brian: Yeah, bye! 1 a. Come To come Coming a. Never go b. Goes never c. Never goes a. We´re going to b. We going to c. We´re going a. Giving b. Having c. Making a.…[show more]
Worksheet1.066 Words / ~ pages Käthe-Kollwitz-Schule Fachschule für Sozialpädagogik English Exam The History of Football 1. What is the name for football in . Name: ________ Datum: ________ Punkte: _ Note: __ Unterschrift: _________ USA  Ireland  Australia  2. Soccer comes from the word _______. 3. What is the official name for football as we know it today? _____________­__ 4. What happened from 1843 – 1846? _____________­__ _____________­__ 5. When was the first international football match? ______ 6. Who played in this game (name the two teams!)? _________ 7. Why do many clubs all over the world have English names? (answer in German) _____________­__ _____________­__ 8. Most of the world’s top players play in Europe. True or false? Give a reason. O Yes, because _____________ O No, because _____________­_ 9. What does football mean to the following nations? 1. South America a) football gets more popular since 2002…[show more]
Worksheet2.954 Words / ~6 pages Deutsche Schule Madrid English – Boot camp summary’s: Chapter 1: The boy named Connor is getting driven somewhere by a man and woman, he has basically been kidnapped. Connor is sitting handcuffed in the back of the car while talking to the two people in front, he does not know where they are going. (They are going to the Boot camp) Chapter 2: Connor arrives at the Boot camp. He is put in a tiny and dark room where he is not allowed to sit down. Two big men are watching him, until a guy comes telling Connor to strip. Connor is confused and refuses to take off his clothes at first, during that he learns the first rule he is not allowed to talk unless he is told to. At last Conner does what he is told too. The man who came searches him for any kind of drug or weapon, after he is told too try and get some sleep. Chapter 3: Right after Connor is woken up, he is brought to the director to talk…[show more]
Worksheet433 Words / ~1 page MSLU Moscow Connectives and conjunctions: Study the phrases below and make a note of the ones that are not quite familiar to you. Please note that these phrases are frequently used in essays and academic writing but less so in narratives and in an informal or neutral style: EXPLAINING RESULTS AND REASONS Because, and so, since, as, the reason why, consequently, therefore, as a result of this CONTRASTS, UNEXPECTED RESULTS But, although, nonetheless, nevertheless, all the same, however, though, even though, and yet, still, on the other hand MENTIONING EXCEPTIONS But not, apart from, except, with the exception of MAKING FURTHER POINTS And also, moreover, what is more, yet, besides, furthermore, not only . but also EMPHASISING Especially, in particular, above all, particularly, chiefly, primarily GIVING EXAMPLES E.g., for example, such…[show more]






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