This is a great listening/speaking activity to get an elementary language class speaking and practicing the present simple tense. Students have to be able describe each person’s likes and dislikes in the pictures. Or listen to the audio and write their answers.
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Basic gerunds vocabulary and listening/speaking exercise for talking about likes and dislikes. Students write sentences about the pictures and then answer questions using gerunds. It can also be a listening activity. Students listen to the audio and match Item (A/B/C….) to the pictures.
This is an English speaking skills and fluency exercise . Students try to complete the short dialogues using the speech bubbles. Or they can listen to the audio and complete the speech bubbles with the answers that they hear.
This is an elementary ESL exercise for practicing and reviewing basic questions and answers necessary for basic socializing. Students look at the pictures and fill in appropriate questions and answers.
This is another slightly more advanced version of the above speaking activity. Students need to use their critical thinking skills to interpret the pictures and describe each person’s likes and dislikes.
This is an elementary ESL speaking exercise for talking about free time activities. Students match the vocabulary to the pictures and then interview a classmate about their favorite free time activity. Click on the image below to download the printable PDF file.
An elementary ESL exercise for brainstorming language to describe routines & daily activities in the present tense.. Students can brainstorm individually, in groups, or as a class. Students use the verbal and visual cues to fill in the worksheet.
Students match the verbs “do” or “make” with the nouns in the center of the worksheet.Then they match the collocations to the appropriate pictures. Once they have done this they use the collocations and their own ideas to write sentences at the bottom of the page
Another good icebreaker and elementary ESL exercise for getting an elementary ESL class started by brainstorming language for the things students like to do on a daily basis.