In this grammar worksheet, students choose whether or not each sentence requires an article. The worksheet includes 10 sentences and answers.
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Definite and Indefinite Articles and the Zero Article
What is the difference between the, a, and an?Designed for upper-intermediate English language pupils, this two-page packet could be used with less-advanced learners as well. Common rules are outlined and learners study when to use...
6th - Higher Ed ESL & ELD
Nelson Mandela's Birthday
Students complete a variety of vocabulary-related activities with a focus on a news article about Nelson Mandela's 89th birthday. They read the article, define key vocabulary terms, identify the famous people mentioned in the text,...
9th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
The Learning Network: Fill-In Super Bowl Ads
A possible high-interest activity for the ESL classroom, this online resource has learners complete a fill in the blank exercise about advertisements during the Super Bowl. Coupled with a related article entitled "Before the Toss, Super...
7th - 12th English Language Arts
Famous People - A Quiz on Definite and Indefinite Articles
This online, interactive worksheet helps English language learners practice identifying the correct article among four options. Feedback is immediate by clicking on the answer button following each questions. It includes 15 questions...
7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts