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Photo Real ESL Flashcards

If you're a Genki English Member we have some new photo flashcards.
They work great for adding extra vocab into the existing themes, and older kids sometimes prefer them to the cartoon style cards.
Let me know if you like the cards and I might be able to make some more!

Food & Drinks

Here are some extra food and drinks to go with "Do you like...?" and "I'd like some.... please".
The files are saved as one big (9 MB) "pdf" file so you can either print them out as A4, B5 or any size you like.
You'll need your Members' Password to download the files.

Hint: as with the Genki English ABC food cards, everything is presented in the plural where suitable, so that students can simply plug them into the key sentences ( "I like ..." etc.) without having to worry about adding an "s" or anything like that.
bananasgarlicpeppersapplesorangesstar fruitcabbagemushroomsasparagustomatoeszucchinisugar canepeanutseggscherrieswater melonsaltcornbreadsandwicheslobstersushibiscuitscheesesoupjamhoneuwineorange juicemilkice creamteabeer





House & Home

To go with the "Where is Baby Monkey?" theme.Saved as one big (6 MB) "pdf" file so you can either print them out as A4, B5 or any size you like. You'll need your Members' Password to download the files.


light bulbswitchfrying panwatchdeskscissorscandleknifehangerbucketpanglasscupcombtoasterchopsticksforkspoonknifeplatebowlpenkeysladderbookcasebroombathumbrellalampsofachairmagnetwashing machinekitchenironkettlecellphonephone




Sports & Hobbies

Extra words for use with "What sports do you play?" or "What do you do in your freetime?" themes. Saved as one big (6 MB) "pdf" file so you can either print them out as A4, B5 or any size you like.

You'll need your Members' Password to download the files.

Hint: practice how to explain the difference between "I play tennis", "I parachute", "I like playing soccer" or "I like fishing" etc. before the lesson. Usually "I play.." is only used with ball games, but the last thing you want to do is to confuse the kids with a too complicated explanation!

soccerdartskarategolfbasketballsurfingfishingtable tennisbowlingpool billiardshorse ridingbaseballjudovolleyballskateboardingyogaskiingfrisbeebadmintonballetfencingweight liftingarcheryice skatingkite flyingwind surfingplaying cardscurlingparachutingdominoesballooningskipping jope rope


Please let me know what you think using the feedback form below!

NEW: Jobs & Occupations

Use these cards with the What do you want to be? or What do you do? lessons or to help teach "because"


Readers' Comments

YEAH. GREAT NICE. GIVES A BETTER IDEA OF THE THINGS INVOLVED AND CAN BE USED FOR ADULTS TOO.

 Helga


Readers' Comments

I love the new photocards, they are clear and striking. Would it be possible to do versions without the words to use when revising, testing vocabulary?

Clare


Readers' Comments

Hi Richard, the pictures are great! Photos are a good idea.
The blue font is a little difficult to read, the kids at the back of the class might have something to say about that... Sometimes when I do the 'slow reveal' for 'what's this?' games/review, I'll sometimes just show the writing to see if anyone in the class can read it! Always trying to be genki...

Joelle


Readers' Comments

Thanks again. These cards are going to be really usefull.

Dale


Readers' Comments

Really brilliant! Fantastic! Love'em! Keep them coming. Great quality, colorful and look new... not a bunch of old shots from who-knows-when. These will be extremely useful and I think the older kids will like them. Keep up the good work!

David




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