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Tell Ask Game

Welcome to Tell Ask speaking game!

There are 20 cards. 10 Ask cards and 10 Tell cards.
Try to answer them all giving as many details as possible.

The goal of the game is to practise speaking and get to know each other better.
Shall we start breaking some ice?

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Grammar Maze 1

Grammar Maze

Read a sentence. Decide if it is correct or incorrect grammatically. If you choose the right answer, you will see the next item.

Are shops in your country open on Sundays?
What are you thinking about?
Are you checking your emails everyday?
Are you drinking a lot of tea or coffee?
Are there many public holidays in your country?
Are you listening to music when you drive a car?
What do you usually do to relax?
Are you liking football?
Do you read a book a the moment?
I very like travelling.
What time do people start and finish work in your country?

Idioms with colours – B2

Ready! Steady! GO! 

The chemical company is being forced to go ______ . It cannot continue to use so many products that are harmful to the environment.
We don't have any money left and it looks like we are going to be in the ______ for the next few months.
I'm afraid the redundancies will hit the office staff hard. We need to reduce the number of ______ collar workers.
Unemployment is increasing because the jobs of many ______ collar workers can now be done by machines.
It's not at all clear which department is responsible for this sector. It's a bit of a ______ area.
This report can act as a ______print for future action.
Sales have been really strong for washing machines and other ______ goods.
I'm afraid John is too inexperienced for that job. He's still a bit ______ .
This is a really reliable company with very little risk of losing your money - what we call a ______ chip investment.
If you ask me, there are far too many paper pushers around here. We need to cut down on the amount of ______ tape.
I still don't believe it. I'll only really accept it is true when I see it down in black and ______ .
I'd like to get the project going as soon as possible but we have to wait for the ______ light from Head Office.
I wasn't expecting anything to happen but then , out of the ______ , I got an invitation to an interview.
It's impossible for me to get a bank loan or a credit card. I must be on a credit ______ list.
I was late again this morning. My boss gave me a really ______ look when I arrived.
He tends to view the world through ______-coloured spectacles. He is very optimistic.
Poor Susan! She looks as _______ as a ghost. I really hope she gets better soon.
Why do you keep painting such a _______ picture? Try to be more optimistic.
When Pauline received the invitation to the White House her husband was _________ with envy.
The grass is always _______ on the other side of the fence.
Don't ask me to choose between the devil and the deep ______ sea. I'd hate to do any of these things.

Present Continuous – A2 – Test

Ready! Steady! GO! 

The pronoun for "John and June" is 'they'.
When you create a question put the verb 'to be' before the subject.
Put 'not' after the main verb when you make a negative.
The short form of 'I am' is 'I'm'.
When the subject is plural, use the verb 'is'.
Add '-ing' to a verb when you build a present continuous sentence.
When the subject is 'he/she/it' use the verb 'are'.
Use Present Continuous for near future actions and plans.
Use Present Continuous for longer actions in progress.
Use Present Continuous to describe an action happening now.