Football Vocabulary EURO 2016 – EFL Crossword

Football Vocabulary EURO 2016 – EFL Crossword

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishThe EURO 2016 is already in full swing, so how about learning some football vocabulary?
I’ve included all participating nations as well as some game related vocabulary.
To solve the crossword, you must translate the German clues to English.

For example: Fussball = football

This worksheet is suitable for German speaking pre-intermediate students and above.

Die EM 2016 ist schon in vollem Gang, wie wäre es also mit ein paar englischen Fussball Vokabeln?
Es gilt alle alle teilnehmenden Nationen, sowie spielspezifisches Vokabular auf Englisch zu übersetzen.

Zum Beispiel: Fussball = football

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In the City (Tourism) – EFL Crossword

In the City (Tourism) German / English Vocabulary Crossword

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishIt’s worksheet Wednesday again, yay 😀
This week’s EFL crossword is all about vocabulary you might need when visiting a city as a tourist.
To solve the crossword, you must translate the German clues to English.

For example: Markt = market

This worksheet is suitable for German speaking pre-intermediate students and above.
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Irregular Verbs – EFL Crossword

Irregular Verbs Crossword for EFL Students

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishThis week’s EFL crossword is all about irregular verbs.
I’ve included 25 of the most common irregular verbs in English.
To solve the crossword, find the correct verb form as indicated in the brackets.

For example: give (past simple) = gave

This worksheet is suitable for pre-intermediate students and above.
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Occupations EFL Crossword

Occupations German-English Crossword for EFL Students

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover English“What do you do (for a living)?” “I’m an English teacher.”
In this week’s EFL crossword you have to translate the German job descriptions to English.
Fort example Soldat = soldier.

This worksheet is suitable for pre-intermediate students and above whose L1 is German.
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Can You Think of…Animals (Vocabulary Building Worksheet)

Can You Think of…Animals (Free EFL Vocabulary Building Worksheet)

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishThis week’s worksheet is slightly different from the others I’ve published so far.
You have to answer ten questions about animals. But for each question, there is more than one possible answer.

So for example, the first question “Can you think of…one black animal?” could be answered with either raven, crow, horse (for example Black Beauty) etc.
Tip: the more animals you are looking for, the more specific you have to be to answer the question.

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