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Illness and Injury | EFL Worksheet

Illness and Injury | EFL Worksheet

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This worksheet is an essential tool for teaching your beginners common phrases for various ailments. From toothache to headaches this will help increase your students' abilities to effectively communicate. With this worksheet, there is no need to feel as sick as a dog when it comes to lesson planning. 

The distinctive illustrations make this a simple yet very effective tool and the perfect additional ESOL resource for any TEFL teacher’s toolkit.  

This classroom worksheet is a great accompaniment to our Illness and Injury Virtual Flashcards.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.

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