FILTER: COLUMBUS - grade 2        hard   medium  easy 

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Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

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Past Tense Verbs

Who ate the cake? Bill ate the cake.

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Past Tense Verbs

General verbs practice

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Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

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Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

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What did you do yesterday?

What did you do yesterday?
I ate sushi.

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Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

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Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

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Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

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WH questions

When is Andy’s birthday?
Where do you live?
Why are you happy?
How is the weather today?

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WH questions

When is Andy’s birthday?
Where do you live?
Why are you happy?
How is the weather today?

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I think

I think it’s expensive.

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What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

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What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

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What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

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When ___, I ____.

When it rained, I got wet.

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I’m going to…

I’m going to visit Andy.

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I’m going to…

I’m going to shop at Family Mart.

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How was the weather…?

How was the weather in Spain yesterday?

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How was the weather…?

How was the weather in Japan yesterday?

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There is / are

There is a snake.
There are 2 balls.

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There is / There are

There is a monkey.
There are 3 soccer balls.

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He looks…

He looks hot/tall/happy.

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They look happy.

They look happy.

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He/She looks happy.

He looks angry.

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It/He/She looks like

It looks like Italy.
It looks like a pencil.
He looks like Andy.

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It/He/She looks like

It looks like Italy.
It looks like a pencil.
He looks like Andy.

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Is there / Are there ?

Is there a dog in the bedroom?
Are there SOME balls in the lounge?
Are there MANY cakes in the kitchen?

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Is there / Are there ?

Is there a dog in your house?
Are there many AKB posters in your bedroom?

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Is there / Are there ?

Are there many balls in the hall?
Is there a dog in the bedroom?

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Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

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Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

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Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

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Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

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Directions

Go straight. Turn right at the first corner. The coffee shop is on your right.

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I like/enjoy _ing _.

I enjoy watching this movie.
I like eating McDonald’s ice cream.

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I like/enjoy _ing _.

I enjoy watching movies on Monday.
I like eating McDonald’s ice cream on Wednesday.

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I like -ing

I like studying English on Monday.

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-ing is fun.

Studying English is fun.

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I (don’t) enjoy ~ing?

I don’t enjoy using a computer.

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Do you like studying English?

Do you like studying English?

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I want to

In summer I want to visit the beach.

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I want to

I want to be a baseball player. Because I want to hit a home run on T.V.

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I want to

I want to play Uno tomorrow.

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Want vs Need

I want to play soccer with you on Monday afternoon.
Sorry. I need to study English.

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Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

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Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

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Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

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Will you / Can I

Will you open the window?
Can I borrow your pencil?

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Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

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Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

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Will

I will eat an apple tomorrow.

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Can you _?

Can you do kendo?

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Can you _?

Can you play tennis?

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Can you _?

Can you speak Chinese?

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Can you _?

Can you swim?

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Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

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I’m happy to _.

I’m happy to hear that.

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I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey.

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I’m happy to _.

I’m happy to hear that.

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I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey!

presentation

I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey.

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_ was happy to _.

Andy was happy to meet Atsuko.

presentation

_ was happy to _.

Bob was excited to play video games.

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____ to reason

I go to school to study English.

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Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

Will it be sunny tomorrow?
Yes, it will. You should wear sun screen.

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Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

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Must / Mustn’t

You must turn left.

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Comparatives er

The mouse is smaller than the dog.

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Comparatives er

Sho is taller than Kana

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as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

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as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

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as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

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Could you

Could you show me another one?

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Could you

Could you read hint 5 please?

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most

English is interesting.
English is more interesting than French.
English is the most interesting.

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more most er est – Review

Batman is more powerful than Andy.

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more most er est – Review

Batman is more powerful than Andy.

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Comparatives – more – than

Bob is more powerful than Jim.

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Comparatives – more – than

Bob is more powerful than Jim.

 

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Comparatives – more – than

Bob id more powerful than Jim

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I want to … because …

I want to visit The Tower of London because I learned about it in history class.

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I want to … because …

I want to visit the UK because it’s beautiful.

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Please give me __ because __

Please give me a racket because I play tennis every day.

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Please give me __ because __

Please give me a big pizza because I want to eat it an be happy.

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_ too _ to _.

I’m too sad to smile.

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_ too _ to _.

I’m too sad to smile.

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If

If it rains, I will get wet.

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If

If it rains, I get wet.

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If __, what will you do?

If you are cold, what will you do?

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Passive – was

The window was broken by Andy.

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Passive – was

The window was broken by Andy.

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Passive practice

The window was broken by Conan.

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Passive practice

The watermelon was eaten by Doraemon.

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_ is eaten in _.

Sushi is eaten in Japan.

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Problem, question, answer, advice.

I have a headache.
Did you take any medicine?
No. But I’ll be OK…
You should go home and go to bed.