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    Games to activate "just", "already" and "yet"

    I would be happy to let me know your nice ideas regarding this matter. How do you usually activate them. I have lots of books concerning grammar games and I also surfed the net but mostly I've found some dull fill-in-the-gaps type of exercise or close-test. I'm looking for a challenging and exciting worksheet for the students to practice these structures and also have fun.
    Thanks a billion.
    PS. The learners are in upper-intermediate level and they're adults.
    Last edited by moonlike; 25-Apr-2012 at 19:41. Reason: Adding the learners' level and age

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