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Study Habits

EAP Study-Related Phrasal Verbs Worksheet - Reading and Vocabulary Exercises: Binary Choice, Gap-fill - Speaking Activity and Game: Asking and Answering Questions - Pair Work - Intermediate (B1) - 40 minutes

In this academic phrasal verbs worksheet, students practice the study-related phrasal verbs: hand in, go over, look up, write down, catch up, drop out, put off, give up, join in, and sign up. First, students read a text about study habits that shows the phrasal verbs in context. Students then write the phrasal verbs from the text next to their definitions. Next, students underline the correct phrasal verb in each sentence. After that, students match halves to form sentences that contain the study-related phrasal verbs. Students then move on to complete sentences with the phrasal verbs. In pairs, students then ask and answer conversation questions about study habits. Finally, students play a guessing game in pairs to practice the study-related phrasal verbs. Students take turns reading a sentence to their partner, replacing the study-related phrasal verb in bold with the word 'Coffeepot.' Their partner then has one chance to guess the missing phrasal verb. For each correct guess, students award their partner one point. The student with the most points at the end of the game wins.
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EAP Phrasal Verbs Activity - Vocabulary and Speaking: Gap-fill, Asking and Answering Questions from Prompts, Controlled and Freer Practice - Group and Pair Work - Upper-intermediate (B2) - 30 minutes

In this useful academic phrasal verbs speaking activity, students complete, ask and answer conversation questions with study-related phrasal verbs. First, in two groups, students complete conversation questions with academic phrasal verbs from a box, changing the verb form as needed. Next, students pair up with someone from the other group and take turns asking the conversation questions to their partner, who responds accordingly. For the first question in each set, students include the corresponding phrasal verb in their response. Afterwards, students share what they found out about their partner with the class.
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