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Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense

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[Audio] Introducing the "what" question word, using soccerplayers. Activity Type Reading, writing, listening and speaking breakout room activity, pairwork Language Focus Present simple ' Wh' questions Third-person singular Aim To complete a text by asking and answering present simple 'Wh' questions. Preparation Send each student a corresponding A or B interactive worksheet. Level Elementary ( A1-A2) Time 30 minutes

Introducing the “w h at” question word, using soccerplayers

Activity Type Reading, writing, listening and speaking breakout room activity, pairwork Language Focus Present simple 'Wh' questions Third-person singular Aim To complete a text by asking and answering present simple 'Wh' questions. Preparation Send each student a corresponding A or B interactive worksheet. Level Elementary (A1-A2) Time 30 minutes

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[Audio] Introduction In this interactive present simple ' Wh' questions breakout room activity, students complete a text about a football player's routine on match day by asking and answering 'Wh' questions.

In this interactive present simple ' Wh ' questions breakout room activity, students complete a text about a football player's routine on match day by asking and answering ' Wh ' questions.

Introduction

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[Audio] Procedure. Divide the students into pairs ( A and B) and put them in breakout rooms. Send each student a corresponding A or B worksheet. Working alone, students complete the present simple ' Wh' questions they need to find out the missing information in the text on their worksheet. When the students have finished, check the questions

Procedure

Divide the students into pairs (A and B) and put them in breakout rooms. Send each student a corresponding A or B worksheet. Working alone, students complete the present simple ' Wh ' questions they need to find out the missing information in the text on their worksheet. When the students have finished, check the questions

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[Audio] Watch this video. The most common 'What?' questions in English

The 10 Most Common "WHAT" Questions in English

The most common ‘What?’ questions in English

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[Audio] Watch this video. 20 Common 'What?' questions: Ready to Write?

20 Common ‘What?’ questions: Ready to Write?

English Lessons: 20 QUESTIONS ABOUT YOU (present simple tense)

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[Audio] Student A: Study the Present Tense:' 'What?' Questions Student A

Study the Present Tense:’ ’What?’ Questions Student A

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[Audio] Read the text and complete the nine questions.

My name is (1) ................................ and I’m from England. I’m a (2) ............................... and I play for Manchester United in the English Premier League. In England, football matches are usually on Saturday. On Saturday, I get up at (3) ................................ and have breakfast at nine o’clock. I usually have (4) ................................ In the morning, I (5) ................................ and read the newspaper. I go to the stadium at half past eleven and have lunch at (6) ................................ with the other players. For lunch, we usually have fish and vegetables. The match starts at (7) ................................ and finishes at quarter to five. After the match, I (8) ................................ with the other players. In the evening, I usually go to a restaurant with my wife. When I get home, I (9) ............................... I go to bed at half past eleven. I’m usually very tired and sleep for a long time.

A. Complete the present simple 'Wh' questions to find out the missing information in the text. Write one word in each space. What ...................... ...................... name? What ...................... ...................... job? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... ......................? What ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... for breakfast? What ...................... ...................... ...................... in the morning? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... lunch? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... ......................? What ...................... ...................... ...................... after the match? What ...................... ...................... ...................... when he ...................... home?

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[Audio] Student B: Study the Present Tense: 'What?' Questions

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Study the Present Tense: ‘What?’ Questions Student B

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[Audio] Please read the text and complete the nine questions.

My name is David Johnson and I’m from (a) ................................ I’m a footballer and I play for (b) ................................ in the English Premier League. In England, football matches are usually on Saturday. On Saturday, I get up at half past seven and have breakfast at (c) ................................ I usually have bacon and eggs. In the morning, I watch TV with my children and (d) ................................ I go to the stadium at (e) ................................ and have lunch at quarter past twelve with the other players. For lunch, we usually have (f) ................................ The match starts at three o’clock and finishes at (g) ............................... After the match, I have a drink with the other players. In the evening, I usually (h) ................................ with my wife. When I get home, I watch a movie on TV. I go to bed at (i) ............................... I’m usually very tired and sleep for a long time.

A. Complete the present simple 'Wh' questions to find out the missing information in the text. Write one word in each space. Where ...................... ...................... from? Who ...................... ...................... play for? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... breakfast? What ...................... ...................... ...................... in the morning? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... to the stadium? What ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... for lunch? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... ......................? What ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... in the evening? What time ...................... ...................... ...................... to bed?

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[Audio] Task: Now, ask your partner the questions and complete the gaps with their answers.

B. Now, ask your partner the questions and complete the gaps with their answers.

Task

Users

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[Audio] Task: The students then ask their partner the present simple ' Wh' questions they have prepared and complete the gaps in the text with their partner's answers.

Task

The students then ask their partner the present simple ' Wh ' questions they have prepared and complete the gaps in the text with their partner's answers.

Board Room

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When the students have finished, read through the text together as a class to check the answers.

Final Class Activity

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[Audio] Student A answer sheet

Answer Key   Student A

What is his name? What is his job? What time does he get up? What does he usually have for breakfast? What does he do in the morning? What time does he have lunch? What time does the match start? What does he do after the match? What does he do when he gets home?

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[Audio] Student B: Answer sheet.

Key answers Student B

Where is he from? Who does he play for? What time does he have breakfast? What does he do in the morning? What time does he go to the stadium? What do they usually have for lunch? What time does the match finish? What does he usually do in the evening? What time does he go to bed?

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