In this Tricky Words activity students revise the two confusing concepts economicand economical, by looking at some examples, doing a challenging fill in gaps exercise and a definitions practice read aloud by the teacher. They also discuss some questions that will help them integrate the difference between these two concepts for good.
It is a great activity that lasts about 30 minutes and that includes a 10-minute speaking practice.
It may be a bit too challenging for B2, unless your B2 group is really demanding. It is perfect for C levels.
In this B2 Speaking Worksheet students talk about credit cards and financial services, they talk about their experience and their preferences. Students revise grammar contents like cleft sentences, indirect style with reporting verbs and the passive. In the section of Speaking skills, they…
In this Spanish-English Mediation Worksheet students are asked to extract information from a financial service provided by Carrefour, the PASS Card. They have to help a foreigner who does not speak Spanish to understand the service. It is a cross-linguistic (Spanish-English) mediation task….