Discover, Practice and Review 10 Phrasal Verbs
Is Easter a big deal in the country you are teaching? Here in Poland, I’ve learned that even non-believers are huge Easter lovers as the Catholic traditions have seeped into the very fabric of their family and holiday calendars.
That’s why I prepared many Easter activities for my ESL lessons.
This matching exercise splits the phrasal verb in half along with the sentence. Students try to put the sentence halves back together, and thus, the phrasal verbs reveal themselves. On the second page, students note the phrasal verb by writing it next to its definition. If you want to go further, students use the new phrasal verbs they’ve discovered to make questions. They can then pair up and ask each other their questions.