A1 Visiting a Relative EmailShare this 0 (0)<strong>Movers Text Types</strong>Welcome to our A1 Visiting a Relative Email for Movers set at an Elementary Level. This is an informal email to a friend describing what they are doing this weekend.The vocabulary comes from the word list used in the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers test. We have exercises here to practice for this test.A1 Visiting a Relative Email for MoversMore activities on this topic:A1 Visiting a Relative EmailIt is important once you have a basic level of English that you can combine your knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to understand and produce pieces of text.A1 Text Types for MoversHere we provide you with types of text that you are expected to read and write at this level of English.A1 Borrowing a Tennis Racket EmailA1 Invitation to a Barbecue EmailA1 Maria’s EmailA1 Missing Bag EmailA1 Party Invitation EmailA1 School Holidays EmailA1 Subject Choices EmailA1 The day I won a competition Short StoryA1 The Football Match EmailA1 Visiting a Relative EmailRemember that the more words you use and understand, the better your day-to-day vocabulary will become.A1 Word SearchesFor this reason, word searches provide an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.A1 Animals Word SearchA1 Clothes Word SearchA1 Describing ThingsA1 Family Extra ExercisesA1 Fast Food Word SearchA1 Food and Drink Extra ExercisesA1 Food and Drink Word SearchA1 HealthA1 House and HomeA1 Names Word SearchA1 Numbers Word SearchA1 Ordinal Numbers Word SearchA1 Our World Word SearchA1 Places Word SearchA1 Prepositions Word SearchA1 Regular AdjectivesA1 Regular Verbs Set 1 Word SearchA1 Regular Verbs Set 2 Word SearchA1 Regular Verbs Set 3 Word SearchA1 SchoolA1 Shops Word SearchA1 Sports and LeisureA1 Talking about PeopleA1 TimeA1 Toys Word SearchA1 TransportA1 WorkWord puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically, particularly in the case of crossword puzzles.A1 Crossword PuzzlesThis means that these crossword puzzles give you a way to think about how to spell and link words correctly to complete the task.A1 Clothes CrosswordA1 TimeA1 Describing ThingsSo, doing puzzles like the ones we have on this site will be useful for you as you try to remember new words in a different language.A1 Hangman PuzzleOur hangman puzzles are especially helpful with vocabulary retention for many different topics.A1 English for Art Word PuzzleA1 Food and Drink Word PuzzleA1 HealthAlso, playing word puzzles will help you to improve your concentration and increase your short memory.A1 Memory CardsWhy not try these memory card games to help you build up your vocabulary to dizzy heights.A1 Animal Match-up Set 1A1 Places Match-upA1 Clothes Extra ExercisesAnother great way to improve short memory is to link phrases or whole sentences with images that are associated with these words.A1 Flash CardsThese flash card exercises will help you to remember many new words in English.Especially helpful are exercises that are focussed on a theme or topic as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident to read, write, speak and listen successfully.A1 Vocabulary ExercisesThese exercises providing word retention focussing on the English that you need to use to communicate successfully in your world.A1 TransportA1 Shopping Extra ExercisesA1 WorkLearning English requires not just a good vocabulary, but a basic foundation of English grammar to communicate well.A1 Grammar ExercisesSo why not try our grammar exercises, these give you the practice to be confident in communicating in English at this level.A1 Offers and suggestionsA1 AdverbsA1 Possessive ‘s and s’As well as providing practice at this level, we have lots of example of text types at different levels of English.Text Type Links:Beginner | Elementary | Pre-Intermediate | Intermediate | Upper Intermediate How useful were these activities? Click on a trophy to rate them! Submit Rating Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0 No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.