A free printable worksheet is based on a story about a family day out and designed for teaching and learning irregular verbs in an ESOL/ESL/EFL classroom through matching, proofreading and writing.
This ESL / EFL worksheet helps develop and improve reading and writing skills by offering learners of English to practice using ten commonly used irregular verbs in sets of sentences.
This particular set of cut up cards offers two forms (Infinitive and Past Participle) of thirty most commonly used irregular verbs. The cut up cards are designed to support any ESL / EFL activity based around learning and practicing using irregular verbs. The cards can be used as a full set or by chosen groups to pre-teach or reinforce target irregular verbs needed for a listening, speaking, reading or writing task in the beginning of a lesson or check the material in the end of a lesson.
This worksheet is designed for beginner learners who work on basic writing skills. The exercises offered by the handout allow for teaching and learning using capital letters for punctuating sentences as well as for proper names, such as names of people, countries and cities. The resource can be used to support ESL / EFL lessons based around personal details and / or writing a simple letter
A new addition to the collection of resources supporting teaching and learning of irregular verbs in an ESOL / ESL / EFL classroom. Working on the three activities offered by this worksheet, the students will practice identifying the target verbs in a text, matching the Present and Past Simple forms of 20 widely used irregular verbs and using appropriate verb forms in a written text.
ESL/EFL resource for teaching and learning irregular verbs whilst reading and writing about going in for sport at a basic level: give your students more practice and plenty of time to grow confident and apply their language skills both orally and in written with more accuracy.
Memorising the Past Simple verb forms of a number of commonly used irregular verbs and getting confident in using them in spoken and written language is one of the most difficult tasks for an ESOL / ESL / EFL learner. The more practice you offer your students, the better.