Students discover rules for when to use "for" vs. "since" in present perfect sentences.  Great for Adult ESL!

Students discover rules for when to use "for" vs. "since" in present perfect sentences. Great for Adult ESL!

Students discover rules for using "already" and "yet" in present perfect sentences.  Great for adult ESL!

Already / Yet in Present Perfect: Linguistic Investigation

Students discover rules for using "already" and "yet" in present perfect sentences. Great for adult ESL!

Positive Personality Adjectives List:   List of 100 common personality adjectives that describe people positively

A basic guide to some of the main differences in vocabulary usage in British English and American English. Vocabulary for ESL learners and teachers.

35 Present Perfect Simple & Continuous games  An array of fun classroom games to help your students understand the difference between present perfect continuous and present perfect simple.  1. Silly Perfect Mimes  Give students a list of Present Perfect Simple and Continuous sentences which are silly or could be interpreted in a silly way, e.g. “He has been walking 20 dogs today” (which could mean all 20 at the same time), “He has been cooking Chinese, Italian and English food” (ditto), and…

An array of fun classroom games to help your students understand the difference between present perfect continuous and present perfect simple.

Have you ever ... present perfect - B1 ✿ English Language / Learning English / Easy English / English speaking skills / English vocabulary / Language Learning ✿  Repin for later!

Have you ever . present perfect - Good for practising that we use the perfect aspect of the verb (fly, flew, flown; steal, stole, stolen) when askin questions

35 Present Perfect Simple & Continuous games  An array of fun classroom games to help your students understand the difference between present perfect continuous and present perfect simple.  1. Silly Perfect Mimes  Give students a list of Present Perfect Simple and Continuous sentences which are silly or could be interpreted in a silly way, e.g. “He has been walking 20 dogs today” (which could mean all 20 at the same time), “He has been cooking Chinese, Italian and English food” (ditto), and…

An array of fun classroom games to help your students understand the difference between present perfect continuous and present perfect simple.

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This is a worksheet for teaching or revising the differences between the present perfect and past simple tense. There's a brief explanation and example sentences at the top of the page

English Grammar for ESL

Learning English - Grammar, Vocabulary, Exercises, Tests, Games and Exams - Teaching and Learning English

Present Perfect Continuous/Progressive practice for secondary to adult students.  Great for ESL!

Present Perfect vs. Present Perfect Progressive: Grammar Guide with Worksheets

Present Perfect Continuous/Progressive practice for secondary to adult students. Great for ESL!

French Tutorials Index: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Pronunciation with MP3s and Exercises - Lots of resources to explore.  Nice pronunciation resources.

French Exercises Index: Interactive Exercises to Accompany French Tutorials.at the very bottom are links to listening exercises for pronunciation

BUILDING SENTENCES (Present Simple,Present Continuous,Past Simple,Past Continuous,Present Perfect)

BUILDING SENTENCES (Present Simple,Present Continuous,Past Simple,Past Continuous,Present Perfect)

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