Are your students struggling when having to choose between was and were
? These activities will definitely help them use was and were properly.
As you know, I am an ESL teacher. I often have students that arrive in class and that desperately need help on specific topics - that is why I decided to create a huge folder where they will find activities that will help them revise by themselves.
In this resource, you will get
• 2 worksheets with activities on all the possessive adjectives
• 24 clothespin cards
Answer key included for all activities.
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