Memory Game - Animals

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Memory Game - Clothes

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Memory Game - House

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Memory Game - Nature

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Memory Game - Supermarket

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Memory Game - Town

Memory games are known to improve memory and concentration skills in an enjoyable way. With Regipio Memory Games your students are able to learn and retain English vocabulary whilst having fun.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Outdoor Game - Discover the Town

This outdoor game is excellent for kids aged 6-10 years-old. They move from field to field performing the tasks written on the fields.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Outdoor Game - Guess the Present Tense

This outdoor game is excellent for kids aged 6-10 years-old. They move from field to field performing the tasks written on the fields.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Outdoor Game - Jump and Talk

This outdoor game is excellent for kids aged 6-10 years-old. They move from field to field performing the tasks written on the fields.

Levels:
Beginner (A1)

Present Simple or Present Continuous?

Have worked or worked? Which tense to use? Which is better to express what you really mean?

Publication Date:
2016
Levels:
Beginner (A1)
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