Find someone who?

This is a typical Monday morning warmer, where the students have to wander around talking to their fellow students asking questions to find out who, for example has a pet, likes Chinese food, hates computers etc. It is also very useful however, for targetting specific grammar points, eg the present perfect :

Find someone who

has ridden a camel.

has never been abroad.

has got drunk.

Or phrasal verbs :

has turned up late at a wedding.

has never washed up.

has fallen out with their parents recently.

The list is limitless!

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Category Grammar

Angus Savory 18-08-2011

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