Prepositions and determiners pairwork guessing game (TEFLtastic classics Part Six)

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Prepositions and a/ an/ the/ some/ any etc made fun – I kid you not! Even better, you can present a whole bunch of useful phrases while practising those tricky grammar points, and all without any need for a presentation stage. Here are some of the many uses I have put it to:

Determiners pairwork guessing game

Email determiners pairwork

IELTS Speaking and Writing determiners pairwork

Presentations language determiners pairwork (also one of the few ways I’ve found of bringing pairwork into a presentations class)

Emailing and telephoning determiners pairwork

BULATS Writing determiners pairwork

Prepositions pairwork guessing game

Prepositions of time pairwork guessing game (including business skills review)

FCE emails and letters prepositions pairwork

BULATS Speaking prepositions pairwork

Email prepositions pairwork

Presentations prepositions pairwork

Meetings and negotiations prepositions pairwork

Market Leader Pre-Intermediate prepositions pairwork

IELTS Writing prepositions pairwork

Complaints prepositions pairwork guessing game

Prepositions and determiners pairwork guessing game

Telephoning prepositions and determiners pairwork (in this e-book) – NEW

Inviting, recommending and socialising prepositions and determiners pairwork (in this e-book)

Business communication prepositions and determiners pairwork

Academic discussions prepositions and determiners pairwork

Phrases for FCE Speaking Part Two prepositions, determiners, brainstorming and key words

IELTS Speaking prepositions and determiners pairwork guessing game

Academic English prepositions and determiners pairwork

Reports prepositions/ determiners pairwork

Meetings and negotiations determiners and prepositions game (an early version without being split into sections and Student A/ Student B)

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