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We’re always looking for new ways to talk to new people other than asking “What do you do for a living?” because we’re so much more than what we do during the hours of 9-to-5. If we dig just a little deeper, we can find out incredibly interesting things about the people around us and connect in a way we would never have before. Introducing: Human Bingo! Human Bingo is a great icebreaker and way to get past the standard questions we ask each other. The next time you’re going to a gather

Icebreakers for Teens - 11 Icebreakers for Teens

When used correctly, icebreakers help participants relax and learn more about each other while having some fun! These icebreakers for teens will help

This entertaining miming game can be used to help teach or review the present perfect continuous tense.

Enjoyable ESL EFL games, activities and worksheets to help students learn and practice the present perfect continuous tense.

PAST CONTINUOUS

Here you have 4 tasks. Writing past continuous, affirmative and negative sentences and questions. Past continuous (progressive) tense, Reading, Writing, Pre-intermediate.

This board game activity will get our students to use the progressive tense. This is not to present a grammar point, but to have students practice it. Make sure they are familiar with the present continuous tense before they play this game. Also, make sure they are familiar with action verbs. You can also use this game to work with commands in English. - ESL worksheets

This board game activity will get our students to use the progressive tense. This is not to present a grammar point, but to have students practice it. Make sure they are familiar with the present continuous tense before they play this game.