English ESL jokes worksheets — Most downloaded (45 Results)

GrammarAdjectivesAdjectives to describe feelings / mood / toneAdjectives to describe personality and characterAdjectives with –ed or -ingAdjectives: Gradable / Non-gradable adjectivesAdjectives: Incomparable adjectivesAdjectives: OppositesAdjectives: Order of adjectivesAdverbsAdverbs of degreeAdverbs of frequencyAdverbs of mannerAdverbs of placeAdverbs of timeAdverbs: IntensifiersAdverbs: Order of adverbsApostrophe SArticlesArticles: definite articles (the)Articles: indefinite articles (a/an)Articles: zero articleAuxiliary verbsBackshift in time (e.g. WILL/WOULD)BE (auxiliary verb)BE + infinitive structures (e.g. he was to become famous)BE ABLE TOBE: WAS or WERECANCAN or BE ABLE TOCAN or COULDCausativeClauses of contrast (e.g. although, while)Clauses of purpose (e.g. in order to, so that, so as to)Clauses of reason (e.g. because, because of, due to, as, since)Clauses of result (e.g. so)Cleft sentences (e.g. It’s Joey we’re looking for)Commands (imperatives)Comparison (comparative and superlative)Comparison: Comparative adjectives and structuresComparison: Superlative adjectives and structuresComparisons: AS or THANConditional 0 (zero)Conditional 1 (first conditional)Conditional 2 (second conditional) — wouldConditional 3 (third conditional)ConditionalsConditionals — I wish / If onlyConditionals — Mixed conditionalsConditionals: Conditional phrases (e.g. unless, provided that, as long as)Conjunctions (aka connectives, e.g. and, but, or, so, then)Consonants and vowelsContractions (shortened forms, e.g. don’t, aren’t, etc.)CoordinationCountable and uncountable nounsDeterminers (words that can come before nouns)Discourse markersDO or DOESEllipsis (omission of words)ExclamationsFEW or A FEW, LITTLE or A LITTLEFigures of speech, metaphors, metonymsFormal and informal English (politeness or colloquial language)Future continuous tense: (will be V+ing)Future perfect continuous (progressive) tenseFuture perfect simple and continuous (progressive) tenseFuture perfect simple tenseFuture phrases (e.g. be about to, bound to, likely to, due to, set to + INF)Future simple tense expressed with WILLFuture simple vs future continuousFuture tensesGenitive S vs OF (expressing possession)GerundsGerunds and InfinitivesGerunds: Perfect gerundGerunds: Progressive gerundHAD BETTERHAD BETTER vs WOULD RATHERHAVE GOT or HAS GOTHomonyms (two words with the same pronunciation — homophones and homographs)Infinitive structuresInfinitive: Bare infinitiveInfinitive: Perfect infinitiveInfinitive: Progressive infinitiveInfinitive: Split infinitiveInversion (inverted word order)Irregular verbsIt as preparatory subject (e.g. it’s raining, it’s nice of you to)Linking verbs (aka copulas, e.g. I am a student)MAY or MIGHTModalsMUCH or MANYMUST or HAVE TO (obligation)MUST or MUSTN’TNegatives (negation, saying No)NounsNouns: Collective nouns (team, class, family, committee)Nouns: Compound nounsNouns: Proper nouns (names of people, cities, companies)Numbers: Cardinal numbersNumbers: Ordinal numbersOpposites (antonyms)OUGHT TOOxymorons (phrases with words of contradictory meaning, e.g. living dead)ParticiplesParticiples: Past participle (e.g. HAVING DONE)Participles: Present participle (e.g. DOING)Parts of Speech (aka word classes, e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs)Passive voice or active voicePast continuous (progressive) tensePast perfect continuous (progressive) tensePast perfect simple tensePast perfect simple vs continuous tensePast simple tensePast simple vs continuous tensePast tense: USED TOPersonal pronounsPhonetics (pronunciation, IPA, phonetic symbols)Phrasal verbsPlural nouns: irregular pluralsPlural nouns: regular plurals with S endingPrefixes (e.g. A, UN, IM, DIS, MIS, EN, etc. )PrepositionsPrepositions of movementPrepositions of placePrepositions of timePrepositions vs adverbs (e.g. before me, saw him before.)Prepositions: Double prepositions (e.g. out of)Prepositions: Participle prepositions (e.g. pending, concerning)Prepositions: Phrase prepositions (e.g. by means of)Present continuous (progressive) tensePresent perfect continuous (progressive) tensePresent perfect or past simple tensePresent perfect simple tensePresent perfect tense: FOR or SINCEPresent perfect tensesPresent simple tensePresent simple tense: S for third person singular verbsPresent simple vs continuous (progressive) tensePronouns: EACH OTHER, ONE ANOTHER (reciprocal pronouns)Pronouns: ONE / ONES (e.g. the big one)Pronouns: Possessive pronouns (e.g. my, mine)Pronouns: Reflexive pronouns (e.g. myself, yourself))Pronouns: SOMEBODY, ANYBODY, EVERYBODY, NO ONE, NOTHING, etc.Pronouns: THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE (demonstratives)Pronouns: YOU and THEY to talk about people in generalPunctuationPunctuation: CommasPunctuation: correcting run-on sentencesQuantifiers (e.g. some, many, much, any, few, little)Question tagsQuestion wordsQuestions (interrogative)Questions and short answersQuestions: Object questionsQuestions: Subject questionsQuestions: Subject vs object questionsQuestions: WH questions (open-ended questions)Questions: Yes or No questionsRelative clausesRelative Clauses: DefiningRelative Clauses: Non-definingRelative clauses: Relative adverbsRelative clauses: WHAT or WHICHReported Speech (Indirect speech)Reported speech: reported questions (indirect questions)Reported speech: Reporting verbsSHOULD, SHOULDN’TSO — NEITHER / NOR (meaning «too»)SO or SUCH + adjectivesSOME or ANYSubject and verb agreementSubjunctive moodSubordinate (dependent) clausesSuffixes (e.g. S, ED, ING, N’T)There is / there are / there was / there were / there will be, etc.Too and enough Verb patternsVerb phraseVerb tensesVerbs: Action verbsVerbs: Dynamic verbsVerbs: State verbs (aka stative verbs)Verbs: State verbs vs dynamic verbsVerbs: Transitive or intransitive verbs (words that can or cannot stand with objects)Word classesWord formationWord order

VocabularyAbilityAccidentsActionsAddictionsAdvertising/marketingAgeAllergiesAlphabetAmerican/British EnglishAnimalsArtAustraliaAutumnBeautyBirthdaysBody art, piercing, tattoesBody partsBooks and readingBrainteasersCelebrities (stars, famous people)ChristmasCityClassroomClothes, fashionColoursComputer gamesComputers & TechnologyCountriesCrime, law and punishmentCulture, intercultural communication, cross-cultural communicationDaily routinesDatesDays of the weekDebateDescribing peopleDinosaursDreamsEasterEnvironmentExtreme sportsFablesFaceFamilyFashion & clothesFather’s dayFeelings, emotionsFoodFree time, leisure activitiesFriendsFurnitureFutureGiving DirectionsGoing out, entertainmentGoing to a restaurantGossipsGraffiti, street artGreetingsHabits (good and bad)HalloweenHealth, going to the doctorHistoryHobbiesHolidaysHomeHomonymsHuman rights, racism, discriminationHumorIdiomsIrelandJobs, workLearning languagesLikes and dislikesLondonLove, romance, datingMarriageMeans of transportMemoriesMoneyMonthsMother’s dayMovies & TV showsMusicNew Year’s EveNewspaper EnglishNumbersOlympicsOppositesParties, partying, going to partiesPastPeoplePersonality and characterPhoningPiratesPlacesPokémon GoPolitics, voting, electionsRobotsRooms in the houseSchoolScienceSeasonsShapesShoppingSmart phones, tablets and gadgetsSocializing, small talkSpaceSportsSpringSt.Patrick’s dayStorytellingSuccessSummerSynonymsTechnical EnglishTechnologyTelling the timeThanksgivingTimeTourismToysTraditions, national customsTravelUnited KingdomUnited States of America (USA)Valentine’s DayWeatherWinterWomen and men, gender rolesWords easily confused

Material Typeactivities promoting classroom dynamics (group formation)activities with music, songs & nursery rhymesadapting the coursebookboardgamesbusiness Englishclassroom management (classroom rules, discipline, teacher authority)classroom postersCLT (Communicative Language Teaching) resourcesConversation topics & dialogsCritical thinking cross-cultural communication (multiculturalism, intercultural communication)crosswordscurriculum design, grammar syllabus designDebating (argumentation)Direct Method activitieserror correction and scaffolding techniques, tips about how to correct student errorsflashcardsfun activities & gamesgamesgeneral teaching tips, ideas & techniquesgrading & testing (assessment)grammar drillsgrammar guideshomework (assigning, checking, grading, etc.)how to ask good questionshow to give instructionshow to manage student projectshow to promote creativity & imagination in studentshow to promote learner autonomyhow to promote student cooperation, cooperative learninghow to survive parent-teacher conferenceshow to teach ‘unplugged’ (without technology)how to teach giving presentationshow to teach grammarhow to teach large classeshow to teach listeninghow to teach mixed-age / mixed-ability classeshow to teach politeness (etiquette)how to teach readinghow to teach speakinghow to teach spelling & the alphabethow to teach students with special educational needs, learning difficulties, e.g. dyslexiahow to teach vocabulary (lexis, morphology)how to teach with pictureshow to teach with stories (storytelling)how to teach with the interneticebreakersICT (using technology in the classroom)improving students’ dictionary skills (using the dictionary)Information gap activitieskinesthetics, TPR (Total physical response) activitiesmnemonics, memory techniquesmotivating studentsone-on-one activitiespicture description exercisespicture dictionariespicture storiespreparing for lessonspronunciation exercises (phonics)reading comprehension exercisesrole plays, drama and improvisation activitiesSentence transformation & rephrasing exercisesstudent learning stylesTBL (Task -based learning) activitiesTeacher development materialteacher development, self-evaluation, classroom observationteststime management & timingtime saving tips for teacherstips for beginner teacherstranslation exercisestutorials about creating worksheetsusing body language (facial expressions, gestures, eye contact)video & movie activitieswarmers & coolersweb tools for teachers wordsearchesworksheet templates & layoutswriting & creative writing tasks

LevelAdvanced (C1)Beginner (pre-A1)Elementary (A1)Intermediate (B1)Pre-intermediate (A2)Proficient (C2)Upper-intermediate (B2)

Student Typeadultsbusiness/professionalelementary schoolhigh schoolkindergartenstudents with special educational needs, learning difficulties, e.g. dyslexia


Language ExamBULATSCambridge: Advanced (CAE)Cambridge: First (FCE)Cambridge: Key (KET)Cambridge: Preliminary (PET)Cambridge: Proficiency (CPE)Cambridge: Young Learners (YLE)CaMLA: ECCECaMLA: ECPECaMLA: EPTCaMLA: MELABCaMLA: METCaMLA: YLTEECLIELTS (General)IELTS AcademiciTEP AcademiciTEP BusinessiTEP HospitalityiTEP SLATEPTE (General)PTE AcademicSTEP EIKENTELCTOEFLTOEICZD

DialectAmerican EnglishAustralian EnglishBritish English (UK English)Canadian EnglishIrish EnglishNew Zealand EnglishScottish EnglishSouth African EnglishWelsh English

Communicative functionhow to accuse somebody of something in Englishhow to apologize, say sorry, forgive and express regret in Englishhow to arrange appointments in Englishhow to ask for information and make inquiries in Englishhow to ask for something, make requests in Englishhow to avoid saying something in Englishhow to be ceremonial in Englishhow to be vague in Englishhow to blame somebody for something in Englishhow to calm down people in Englishhow to clarify something in Englishhow to congratulate people in Englishhow to contrast and compare in Englishhow to criticize somebody in Englishhow to defend yourself from criticism in Englishhow to deny or admit something in Englishhow to describe things or people in Englishhow to draw conclusions in Englishhow to emphasize important things in Englishhow to encourage or discourage people in Englishhow to evaluate people or progress in Englishhow to explain things in Englishhow to express agreement /disagreement in Englishhow to express approval and disapproval in Englishhow to express cause and effect in Englishhow to express disappointment in Englishhow to express disgust in Englishhow to express doubt in Englishhow to express envy in Englishhow to express fear in Englishhow to express hope in Englishhow to express indifference in Englishhow to express interest in something in Englishhow to express likelihood, probability in Englishhow to express likes and dislikes in Englishhow to express love or anger in Englishhow to express preferences in Englishhow to express relief in Englishhow to express sadness in Englishhow to express sequence and chronology in Englishhow to express shock and disbelief in Englishhow to express speculations in Englishhow to express surprise in Englishhow to express sympathy and condolences in Englishhow to express threats in Englishhow to express unwillingness in Englishhow to express your needs in Englishhow to give advice in Englishhow to give commands in Englishhow to give consent in Englishhow to give opinions in Englishhow to give permission, authorization in Englishhow to give toasts in Englishhow to give warnings in Englishhow to greet people in Englishhow to haggle and bargain in Englishhow to inform somebody about some news in Englishhow to instruct people in Englishhow to interpret what was said in Englishhow to interrupt people in Englishhow to introduce people in Englishhow to introduce yourself in Englishhow to invite people in Englishhow to keep a conversation going in Englishhow to make complaints in Englishhow to make compliments in Englishhow to make generalizations in Englishhow to make good wishes in Englishhow to make guesses about something in Englishhow to make predictions in Englishhow to make promises in Englishhow to make suggestions in Englishhow to make, accept and refuse offers in Englishhow to order or make a booking in Englishhow to persuade, convince people in Englishhow to praise people and express appreciation in Englishhow to reassure somebody of something in Englishhow to refuse and object to something in Englishhow to remind people of something in Englishhow to rephrase, paraphrase what was said in Englishhow to say NO nicely in Englishhow to say thank you, express gratitude in Englishhow to scold somebody in Englishhow to start a conversation in Englishhow to summarize in Englishhow to tell a story in Englishhow to tell bad news in Englishhow to welcome people in English


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