There is vs. There are: ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets

There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
There is vs. There are:  ESL Grammar Guide and Worksheets
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Is there enough practice in your textbook for your ESL students to sufficiently practice using "there is" and "there are"? Help them master the construct with this resource!

Included:

✔ 2 pages: Table of Contents / Teacher Page

✔ 1 page: Grammar Guide (with a little color)

✔ 1 page: Grammar Guide (with a little gray)

✔ 1 page: All About This Class… Students add a beginning to each sentence using There is, There isn’t, There are, There are no, or There aren’t. No answer key is included as each class is different.

✔ 1 page: In Your Neighborhood… Students add a beginning to each sentence using There is, There isn’t, There are, There are no, or There aren’t. No answer key is included as each neighborhood is different.

✔ 1 page: Talk! Have students work in pairs or in small groups to tell each other what they see in the picture using there is and there are.

✔ 1 page: Write! Have students work individually or in pairs to write sentences using there is and there are to state what they see in the picture.

✔ 1 page: Memory Challenge! Students look and then write as many sentences as they can to describe what’s in the picture, using there is and there are.

✔ 1 lined page to print on the back if desired

✔ 1 page: There is a Household Appliance Students will write sentences using there is and there are with a preposition of place to state the location of the given household appliances.

✔ 1 page: There’s a Bed in the Bedroom. Students will write positive and negative statements using there is and there are with a preposition of place to state the location of the given things.

✔ 1 page: sample answers

✔ 1 page: Is there a Window in the Bedroom?

For each picture, students will write a yes/no question that would have a positive answer and a yes/no question that would have a negative answer.

✔ 1 page: sample answers

✔ 2 pages: There, There, There For each picture, students will create a positive statement, a negative statement, a yes/no question with a positive answer, and a yes/no question with a negative answer.

✔ 1 page of sample answers

✔ 1 page: Flip Flop I Students change positive statements to negative statements and negative statements to positive statements. No noncount nouns are used.

✔ 1 page answer key

✔ 1 page: Flip Flop II Students change positive statements to negative statements and negative statements to positive statements. Singular, plural, and noncount nouns are used.

✔ 1 page answer key

✔ 1 page: Asking About an Apartment for Rent Students create questions for given answers and answers for given questions.

✔ 1 page answer key

✔ 2 pages: How Many vs. How Much (one version with helpful reminders and one without)

Students will create questions using how many and how much and then answer the questions with there are and there is.

✔ 1 page: Partial answer key. (Answers will vary.)

Added on 12/25/2017:

✔ 1 page Show Off Your Vocabulary I Students will look at pictures of a bathroom and a bedroom and create their own sentences to state what is there. (no answer key)

✔ 1 page Show Off Your Vocabulary II Students will look at pictures of a dining room and a kitchen and create their own sentences to state what is there. (no answer key)

✔ 1 page Show Off Your Vocabulary III Students will look at pictures of a laundry room and a living room and create their own sentences to state what is there. (no answer key)

This grammar guide is ideal for student self-study sessions, student discussions, and as supplementary material for any lessons involving the there is / there are construction.

This grammar guide is designed for beginning level adult ESL students.

Other Grammar Resources:

Simple Present: Grammar Guide with Worksheets

Regular Simple Past: Grammar Guide with Worksheets

Simple Past (Irregular Verbs) Grammar Guide with Worksheets

Simple Future: Grammar Guide with Worksheets

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