This activity is to revise the question forms that we learnt in units 1,2,3 and 4.
Text adapted from Healtychildren.org
This week we’ll be dealing with health, so this means that I’ll be posting some ‘extra stuff’ on this particular topic. Today I’m posting an open cloze on painkillers and the possible side effects. Remember that there may be other possible answers, but doing an activity online means that the program will only accept the answer that I introduced as the solution.
Here’s a quick activity for advanced learners to help you learn, brush up and think about some expressions and ways in which we can talk about the future.
Among some of the problems students come across when learning English, are those verbs that have more than one verb pattern with a change of meaning and ‘stop’ happens to be one of them. Here you’ll find a short presentation on ways to use ‘stop’. Afterwards, you can practise with the two different activities, one is for lower levels while the second activity is for students that are higher up on their knowledge of English. I hope you find the activity useful.
Below you will find the link to the lesson.Click here for lesson
Below you’ll find a quiz for A2/B1 levelsClick for the quiz
Below you’ll find a quiz for B2 levels