To or For? Di-transitive Verb Charts, Speaking Prompts, Practice Questions PDF

Talkin' Town English
Grade Levels
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool, Staff
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  1. Build a strong foundation of the English language with grammar charts designed specifically for ESL/EFL/ELL classrooms and teachers. INCLUDES:9 parts of speech posters 14 verb tense charts Auxiliary Verb Charts: Be, Have, DoIN/ON/AT Prepositions PostersConditionals 0, 1, 2, 3, MixedGerund / Infiniti
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This product is an answer to one of the most frequently asked questions my ESL students have: When to use to and when to use for? There are no solid rules, so I've broken the topic down into a collection of the most common verbs used with to, for, or neither! If your students are using these incorrectly, (I asked to my friend, I called to my mom, etc.) then this lesson is just what you've been looking for.

Students are provided photos of situations for activated conversation practice. It also includes a worksheet of 25 gap-fill questions that students can use to practice or review these forms.


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Total Pages
6 pages
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1 hour
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