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Language Drills!

Increase your students’ speaking fluency with our Language Drills!

Can your students use the Present Simple fluently? Do they make mistakes with past tense verbs? Have they learnt how to form questions using do, does and did?

These are all typical problems for language students. So, what can you do about them?

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You could give your students worksheets to practise forming the tenses. Or set up a free speaking activity based around a language point. But they’ll probably still make the same mistakes, and it won’t help them form the tense orally, accurately and quickly.

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So, what’s the answer? Well, one solution is to do some language drilling in class.

Language drills are great for increasing your students’ speaking fluency. And with just 5 minutes per class, you’ll make the lesson more dynamic and really help with your students’ speaking accuracy.

Language drills give your students practise forming sentences, negatives or questions in a variety of tenses. They’re directed by you, the teacher, so you can correct any mistakes immediately.

The idea is that students first practise with you in class. Then they’ll be ready to use the language in real-life situations. And the faster they get the more automatic it’ll become for them. And soon they’ll be able to form sentences, negatives and questions without even thinking!

 

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Language Drills!

Increase your students’ speaking fluency with our Language Drills!

Can your students use the Present Simple fluently? Do they make mistakes with past tense verbs? Have they learnt how to form questions using do, does and did?

These are all typical problems for language students. So, what can you do about them?

Man explaning somehting to female colleage

You could give your students worksheets to practise forming the tenses. Or set up a free speaking activity based around a language point. But they’ll probably still make the same mistakes, and it won’t help them form the tense orally, accurately and quickly.

Man thinking while writing

So, what’s the answer? Well, one solution is to do some language drilling in class.

Language drills are great for increasing your students’ speaking fluency. And with just 5 minutes per class, you’ll make the lesson more dynamic and really help with your students’ speaking accuracy.

Language drills give your students practise forming sentences, negatives or questions in a variety of tenses. They’re directed by you, the teacher, so you can correct any mistakes immediately.

The idea is that students first practise with you in class. Then they’ll be ready to use the language in real-life situations. And the faster they get the more automatic it’ll become for them. And soon they’ll be able to form sentences, negatives and questions without even thinking!

 

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INDEX

Use the intermediate level drills with higher level students to make sure they’ve mastered all tenses!

Intermediate level drills (A2-B1)

• Can
• Modal verbs
• Possessive forms
• Have got
• The present simple
• Present simple negatives
• Present simple questions
• How often
• The present continuous
• The present simple & continuous
• Do you know how to…?
• There is / there are
• There are / there were + number
• The past simple
• Do versus did
• Born
• Was / were
• Regular past simple verbs
• Irregular past simple verbs
• Irregular past simple questions
• Past simple question formation
The past continuous
• Past participles
• The present perfect
• The present perfect + never
• The present perfect + still
• The present perfect + up to now
• The present perfect & the past simple
• The present perfect versus the present perfect continuous
• Futures with will

• Futures with going to
• Futures with the present continuous
• Comparatives
• Superlatives
• Prepositions of time
• Prepositions of movement
• Prepositions of place
• Question tags
• Indirect questions
• Reported commands
• Zero conditionals
• The first conditional
• The second conditional
• To last
• To take (with time)
• Reflexive pronouns
• Question formation
• Would / wouldn’t
• Much / many
• Miscellaneous drills: dates, spelling, numbers, etc.

Higher level drills (B2-C1)

• Present tenses
• Past tenses
• Perfect tenses
• Future tenses
• Reported speech
• Conditional tenses (zero, first, second)
• Modal verbs
• The third conditional
• The passive
• Comparatives & superlatives
• Verbs + prepositions
• Phrasal verbs
• Question formation (lots here!)
• Miscellaneous drills: dates, spelling, numbers, etc.

 

 

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