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Max Vocab

Shopping
Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Shopping. A Pre-Intermediate Vocabulary Worksheet.
Pre-Intermediate
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Going To The Movies
A Max Vocabulary Worksheet
Upper-Intermediate
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Effecting a Change - The Max Effect
"Affect" and "effect" are often confused. This Max Vocabulary Worksheet explains the differences very effectively.
Advanced
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Imply Vs Infer
Danielle from New Zealand asked us for some clarification on these two easily confused words. A Max Vocabulary Worksheet for Advanced students.
Advanced
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Education - Max Vocabulary Worksheet
An upper-intermediate vocabulary worksheet looking at types of education and schooling, people in education, exam and study words and education terms.
Upper-Intermediate
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Weather Words
The word 'weather' means how much sunshine, rain etc there is or how hot or cold it is. To find out about the weather, ask, "What's the weather like?". A vocabulary worksheet for lower level students.
Elementary
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A Max Vocab Worksheet - Sport
This worksheet looks at words to talk about different people involved in sport, where they do it and what they use.
Intermediate
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An Educational Max Vocabulary Worksheet
An elementary-level worksheet on schooling words.
Elementary
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Family Words
Talking about families, relations and how we refer to them.
Pre-Intermediate
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An Intermediate Vocabulary Worksheet - Weddings
A look at some words to describe some people at a wedding.
Intermediate
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - The Environment
An Upper Intermediate Max Vocabulary Worksheet looking at words connected with the environment.
Upper-Intermediate
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Opposites
We use adjectives to tell us what something is like: tell us more about somebody or something. Use the pictures to complete the crossword puzzles.
Elementary
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Food Words
Match the various meats, fruits and vegetables and then complete the pair crossword puzzles.
Pre-Intermediate
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Holiday words
Going on a summer holiday!
Elementary
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Time and Dates
Here are some ways we 'tell the time' (say what the time is).
Elementary
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Planes & Flying - Vocabulary Worksheet
A flying worksheet from Max Vocab. There are vocabulary matching exercises and pair crossword puzzles which recycle vocabulary from the Instant lesson "Bag Lady Holds Up Plane".
Elementary
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Have/have got, do, take & make - Max Worksheet
A vocabulary worksheet with exercises so learners can practice these sometimes confusable verbs.
Elementary
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Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Occupations
Work and jobs: match the pictures and the jobs, complete the sentences and do a pair crossword puzzle.
Elementary
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Max Vocab Worksheet: The United Nations
Here are a couple of exercises on words related to the United Nations and the Security Council. This worksheet goes well with the Upper Intermediate lesson "The Security Council".
Upper-Intermediate
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A Vocabulary Worksheet - Global Warming
A crossword puzzle and cloze exercise about the environment and global warming.
Intermediate
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A Vocabulary Worksheet - Going Gift Shopping
A word search puzzle and vocabulary exercise associated with shopping and giving.
Intermediate
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- Prefixes - Max Vocabulary Worksheet
"Australian Children's Band Wiggles Its Way to Asia" - an article in which we look at the use of prefixes. There are also matching exercises and pair crossword puzzles to complete.
Intermediate
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"do, play or go" - Sport
What sports do you play? Let's go swimming! Have you done your exercise? Let Max help your students with these exercises.
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
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A B C
Max takes a look at the history of A, B and C!
Intermediate
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The Humble Potato
Max tells us about the history of the words to do with potatoes.
Intermediate
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Work
Mr Vocab tells us about the history of words to do with 'work'.
Intermediate
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Cutlery
Max takes us through the knife, fork and spoon words of history!
Intermediate
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Angry!
Max tells us about words to do with anger!
Intermediate
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Days, Weeks, Months and Years
Max looks at the history of words to do with the calendar.
Intermediate
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If The Shoe Fits
Max takes a look at words to do with footwear.
Intermediate
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Chef's Helpers
Max takes a look at words for cooking utensils - words like 'pfanna', 'spatha' and 'hlaedel'!
Intermediate
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Fabric
Max takes us through words to do with fabric.
Intermediate
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Home Sweet Home
Max takes a look at words to do with houses and homes.
Intermediate
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School
Max takes us on a journey through the history of words associated with places of learning.
Intermediate
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Body Language
Max takes a look at body language.
Intermediate
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Animal Chatter
Max talks about the words we use to describe the noises animals make.
Intermediate
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Knitwise
Max talks about the history of such warming words as cardigan, jersey, sweater, jumper, pullover and balaclava.
Intermediate
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Meet You At The Mall
Max tells us the history of the word "Mall" in "Shopping Mall".
Intermediate
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Who Wears the Trousers
Max tells us the history of the words used to describe different kinds of trousers.
Intermediate
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Float Like a Butterfly...
Is 'butterfly', that symbol of lightness and delicacy, an example of a reversal? Once upon a time, was the word in fact 'flutter-by'. Find out what Max has to say!
Intermediate
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Nuts
Ever wanted to find out more about 'nuts' and 'nut cases'? Max presents us with the perfect opportunity.
Intermediate
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Skip-Skipper-Skipping
These three words look and sound as if they are related to each other, but you may be surprised to know that they came into English from three different languages, and have no connection at all. They are, in fact, a good example of how English borrows words from other languages.
Intermediate
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Chocolate
The name seems to fit the commodity - the word "chocolate" sounds firm, brittle, with the "crack" of breaking chocolate before melting into the "l" sound. Mmmmm. Ever wanted to know where chocolate comes from, what it contains or about words connected with chocolate? Mr. M. Vocab. can help.
Intermediate
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