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Practice English Tenses - David Writes a Psalm

Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

Learn English through Bible study! Practice using English tenses and conditionals with this free printable worksheet – including full answers!

a) Read the present simple sentence, then complete the gaps to change it into 17 other tenses / forms.
b) Choose the correct time word or phrase below, where necessary.

This worksheet is free and in the public domain, so please feel free to share it widely!

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Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm

Answers:

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Practice English Tenses – David Writes a Psalm – Answers

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Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah from Genesis 6:13-22

Learn English and study the Bible with this free printable worksheet which focuses on using articles: a, an, the, and zero article!

This worksheet is free and in the public domain, so please feel free to share it widely!

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Practice Articles in English with the story of Noah

Answers:

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Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?

Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?

Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?

Confused about when to use a gerund (ing noun) or to + infinitive? Learn the following groups of verbs to be able to speak and write English with more confidence!

These verbs are followed by a gerund:

Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?


These verbs are followed by to + infinitive:

Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?



Grammar Facts! Verb + Gerund or Infinitive?


Download the FREE Big Grammar Book Intermediate Book 1 for some worksheets to practice using gerunds and infinitives (see pages 58-62).


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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

a) Read the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25-37.

b) Use your knowledge of reported speech to complete the account of ‘Malachi’, the man who was helped by the Good Samaritan.

Remember, in reported speech:

reported speech

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan – Answers
Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Learn English through Bible study and brush up your knowledge of conditionals with this FREE printable worksheet that focuses on the promises of God.

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Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

a) Read the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22:1-18.

b) Write each active sentence in passive voice (BE in the given tense + past participle).

In passive voice, the order of the subject and object is reversed, e.g.

Note: some of the sentences below cannot be changed, because the main verb is intransitive,
which means that there is no direct object following it.

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

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Practice English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Practice English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Practise English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Read the account of Jesus walking on the water from Matthew 14:22-33. Choose the best preposition, or if you think that none of the options are correct, write your own preposition in the gap.

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Practise English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Answers:

  1. into
  2. Answer not given. Correct answer: of
  3. up
  4. to
  5. Answer not given. Correct answer: in
  6. Answer not given. Correct answer: by
  7. of
  8. on
  9. Answer not given. Correct answer: out
  10. to
  11. Answer not given. Correct answer: down
  12. to
  13. Answer not given. Correct answer: out
  14. of
  15. Answer not given. Correct answer: into

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More doesn’t always mean better. Smarter is better. One sentence may be as useful for teaching purposes as a wall of text with lots of words. My today’s post is a collection of one-sentence games (see Word Games if you’d like to try some games with words). These are games that require next to no time to prepare […]

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