Students are always interested in the language used to describe relationships and romance. These topics are particularly popular when Valentine’s Day comes around. As a teacher too, you realize you have to choose from a huge range of relationship and romance related expressions and vocabulary.
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring the vocabulary and common expressions used to talk about love and romance. Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures. This can be followed up by a speaking activity in which students have to explain what is happening in each of the pictures. I guess this would be a pretty good exercise for Valentine’s Day.
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Parts of speech for relationships is a worksheet and sorting activity to help deepen students’ knowledge of the vocabulary of love, romance and relationships.
This is an ESL speaking and vocabulary lesson for talking about love and romance. First, students match the pictures with the vocabulary and expressions in the middle of the page. Then they can discuss their ideas using the questions at the bottom of the page.
This is an ESL speaking and writing lesson for talking about friendship. First, students choose five survey questions about friendship from the examples on the worksheet. Alternatively, they can think of their own questions. When they have written five questions on, they can walk around the class asking classmates their questions and noting down their answers on the worksheet. Finally, they can discuss the most common and unusual ideas about friendship in the class This is a fun communicative exercise that allows students to mix freely.