Verbs - Simple



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Future Perfect Simple – Free ESL Resources!

In English, we use the future perfect simple to describe an event in the future that will be completed by a specified time (I will have finished work by the time you call). We have two lessons loaded ready for you to teach the future perfect simple to your ESL students loaded under the Verbs[...]

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Past Perfect Simple – Free ESL Resources!

In English, we use the past perfect simple to describe an event in the past that occurred before another event in the past. Although the use of the past perfect simple  may seem advanced, it is actually a relatively common form of expression required in everyday speech. We recommend tackling the past perfect simple once[...]

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Free Present Simple Activity Sheets

Dear Teachers! As many of you know, over the last couple months we've been working hard to release lesson content designed for private teachers to run their own tutorials. We received such great feedback after releasing our set of Present Perfect Simple Activity Sheets a week ago, that we've decided to release our next set of[...]

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Free Present Perfect Simple Activity Sheets

Dear Teachers! As many of you know, over the last couple months we've been working hard to release lesson content designed for private teachers to run their own tutorials. Today, we are excited to let you know that we have decided to pair activity sheets with each of our lessons, and we are starting by releasing[...]

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Expressing Habits and Repeated Actions (past)

It can be difficult to find good resources covering the concept of used to and would to express habits and repeated actions in the past. We have released a two part lesson plan series designed for you to teach your ESL students the distinction and correct uses of used to and would to express past habits[...]

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Future Tense Lesson Plans: 7-Part Series

There are a variety of constructions to express the future tense in the English language. These constructions are a key step in achieving natural speech. We recommend tackling the future tense constructions with your students, after they become familiar with the positive, negative and question forms of the present simple and the past simple, and[...]

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Past Simple Lesson Plans (Free)

The past simple tense is a key foundation concept for your beginner ESL students. We recommend introducing the tense after your student becomes familiar with the positive, negative and question form of the present simple. Once your student can form basic sentences and questions using the present simple, it's time tackle the past simple. We[...]

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Have and Have Got Lesson Plan Content

Learning have and have got is a key step for all ESL learners. We've released a lesson content series designed for your private tutorials! You can find the lessons here. If you need a free account for Off2Class you can set one up here. Have and Have got are essential to express ownership, possession and relationships. These[...]

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Lesson Plan Series: Present Simple

Present Simple lesson plans: five plans for you to run your private EFL lessons. As EFL teachers, we know the importance of students mastering the present simple. If our students do not master the tense, bad habits can persist for years. These habits also have implications when learning other tenses. It is not uncommon to[...]

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Lesson Plan Series: Present Perfect Simple

New lesson plan series: Present Perfect Simple. This week we've been busy preparing a new set of lesson plans centered around one of the most interesting tenses to learn and teach in the English language, the Present Perfect Simple (e.g. I have played). Those that have signed up for our private beta can now access[...]