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Spring Flowers – English Vocabulary Worksheet

Spring Flowers – Worksheet Wednesday

I love spring! The warmer temperatures, the increasingly longer days, as well as experiencing the awakening nature on long dog walks.

I also love flowers! 🙂 So this week’s worksheet is all about spring flowers.

This worksheet is suitable for German speaking learners of English who want to expand their English vocabulary.

Ich liebe Frühling! Die wärmeren Temperaturen, die länger werdenden Tage, sowie auf langen Hundespaziergängen die erwachende Natur zu erleben.
Blumen mag ich auch! 🙂 Drum geht’s in diesem Arbeitsblatt um Frühlingsblumen.
Das Arbeitsblatt ist geeignet für deutschsprachige Englischlernende, die gerne ihr englisches Vokabular erweitern möchten.

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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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Winter Vocabulary EFL Crossword

Winter Vocabulary EFL Crossword

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishTechnically, it’s winter. But here in Baden-Wuerttemberg, it still feels more like autumn. No snow, far and wide. Instead, we’ve got lots of wet weather.

But because I quite like winter, I decided to dedicate the first worksheet of the year to winter 😉 In the hope that maybe it’ll snow soon 😀

This worksheet is suitable for beginner students and above.
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UK Cities Kriss Kross

UK Cities Kriss Kross

Worksheet Wednesday on Discover EnglishThis week’s worksheet is a kriss kross or wordfit puzzle 🙂
To solve it, you have to fit the 30 UK cities into the grid.

Have you been to any of these cities? Do you know how to pronounce their names? Which city do you like best? What is special about it? Are there interesting landmarks / places of interest? Would you go there again?
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