ESL / EFL RESOURCESActivity TypeReading and writing activityLanguage FocusPhrasal verbsIdiomsAimTo write answers to questions containing phrasal verbs and idioms that match with another student's one copy of the worksheet for each minutesIntroductionHere is an enjoyable game to help students practice the meaning of various phrasal verbs and the class into two teams. Have each team nominate someone from their group to be the first player. The two players come to the front of the class and sit facing their a worksheet to each student, including the two players at the front of the class. Ask everyone to read and answer the first question on their worksheet. Tell the students not to talk to each other or show anyone what they have everyone has finished writing, read out the first question, 'something that might take time to get over'.The two players at the front then read out or show their answers followed by the team score one point for each answer that matches their player's answer. The players then swap with someone from their process is repeated until the worksheet is team with the most points at the end of the game small classes, students can play individually. Each student scores a point for every answer that matches the student at the front's answer. The student with the most points at the end of the game 'S NOTESCopy 2017 Permission granted to reproduce for classroom / EFL RESOURCESWrite ) ...something that might take time to get ) ...something you have to do when you look after a ) ...something that you put on when you get up in the ) ...something that's as easy as falling off a ) ...something you do once in a blue ) ...a type of food you should keep off if you're on a ) ...something that drives you up the ) ...a situation in which you shout, "Look out!"9) ...something that you turn off before you leave the ) ...something that you put up when it's ) ...a situation in which you get butterflies in your ) ...a good way to break the ) ...an occasion that you dress up ) ...something that's not your cup of ) ...the name of a famous person you look up ) ...a reason to call off a ) ...a classmate who spends money like it's going out of ) ...an item of clothing that you do VERBSCopy 2017 Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
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EL EFL RERE Activity Type Reading and writing activity Language Focus Phrasal verbs Idioms Aim To write answers to questions containing phrasal verbs and idioms
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