Likes Dislikes ESL Activities Worksheets Games
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Students begin by creating four 'Do you like…? When the students have finished, they take it in turns to ask their partner the questions about likes and dislikes on their worksheet. Their partner replies using one of eight phrases from the worksheet to express their degree of feeling. The student then writes their partner's answer in sentence form in the space provided using the third-person singular, e.
This continues until all the questions have been asked and answered. When everyone has finished, students pair up with someone who has the same A or B worksheet as them.
The students tell each other the name of the person they interviewed. The two students then take it in turns to ask and answer questions about the people using the third-person singular. Finally, students report back to the class on their original partner's likes and dislikes. The students are divided into groups of three or four and each group is given a copy of the game board, a dice and counters.
ESL Conversation Questions - Likes and Dislikes (I-TESL-J)
Students take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter along the board. When a student lands on a square, they have to talk about the topic on the square for 30 seconds without stopping.
If a student can't think of anything to say or stops talking before the 30 seconds are up, they go back to their previous square. The first student to reach the finish wins the game. Students begin by completing 12 statements on the worksheet with their preferences. When the students have finished, they walk around the class and ask each other 'What do you think of?
If not, the student writes the classmate's name and opinion in the 'Different answer' column. The first student to fill both columns with names is the winner. Afterwards, the students write a short report about their findings, e. Students then read their reports to the class and feedback is given. Match My Answer ESL Favourites Game - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 30 minutes In this entertaining teaching activity, students play a game where they ask and answer questions about favourite things and score points for matching favourites.
The students begin by answering questions on the worksheet about their favourite things and writing their answers in the column marked 'You'. Student A then asks the questions on their worksheet to Student B, e. Each time Student B's gives a matching answer, Student A scores a point. When Student A has asked all their questions, the two students swap roles.
After that, each student joins up with a new partner Student A and B. Students then repeat the activity with their new partner. The student with the highest score at the end of the game wins. Afterwards, there is a class feedback session to find out which two students are the most compatible and share the most favourite things.
The students begin by drawing a picture of their favourite person in a box on the worksheet.
Talking about likes and dislikes in English
This could be someone they know personally or someone famous. When the students have finished drawing, they complete sentences about the person, including information about the person's name, age, job, appearance and their reasons for liking them.
Afterwards, students take it in turns to show their picture and tell the class about their favourite person by reading their sentences aloud. In groups of 8 to 10, students complete two slips of paper.
On the first slip, students write their favourite word and on the second slip they write a sentence about something they love, really like, dislike or hate.
The slips of paper are then collected in by a group leader. Each student is then given a copy of the worksheet and the students write the names of their group members in the 'Name' column on the sheet. The favourite words and sentences are then read out by the group leader and the group members write them down next to the name of the student who they think wrote each one.
The students then go around their group asking a 'Did you write that your favourite word was? Students reply 'Yes, I did' or 'No, I didn't' accordingly.
Students reply 'Yes, it was' or 'No, it wasn't'. For each 'yes' response, students score one point. The student with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Finally, each student reveals their favourite word and sentence to the group. Broken Sentences ESL Likes and Dislikes Activity - Reading and Matching - Pre-intermediate - 25 minutes In this enjoyable activity, students match sentence halves together to practice expressions for likes and dislikes. The students are divided into pairs. Each pair is given a set of cards containing sentence halves, which they shuffle and spread out face up on the table.
The students' task is to join the halves together to make 20 sentences about likes and dislikes. When a minute time limit has been reached, the sentences are elicited from the students. Pairs score one point for each correct sentence.
The pair with the highest score at the end is the winner. Afterwards, the expressions are reviewed with the class. Cupid's Dating Agency ESL Likes and Dislikes Activity - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - Pre-intermediate - 40 minutes In this captivating likes and dislikes activity, students create dating profiles and then match people together, according to their preferences. Half the pairs are given a set of six male cards and the other half is given a set of six female cards.
The students look at the pictures on the cards and fill in each profile with information about that person's likes and dislikes. When the students have finished, each pair joins up with another pair that has an opposite set of cards, so one pair should have male cards and the other should have female cards. The students are told that they run a dating agency called Cupid's and that their task is to match the clients on the cards together for a date, according to their preferences.
The pairs then take it in turns to read out each profile to the other pair. The students discuss the profiles and match the people together, according to their likes and dislikes. Students should try to pair up all the men and women if possible and think of reasons for their choices. Afterwards, each group tells the class about their most promising dates and feedback is given.
ESL Likes and Dislikes Activity - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - Pre-intermediate - 30 minutes In this imaginative teaching activity, students find out about a partner's likes and dislikes. What is the best way to keep your spouse happy in the marriage? What kind of boy or girl do you like?
What kind of clothes do you wear on a date? What kind of man do you want as a husband? What kind of person do you want to get married to? What kind of woman do you want as a wife? What makes a happy marriage? What do you think are some things that contribute to a successful marriage? What qualities are important to you in a boyfriend or girlfriend? What qualities in a partner are important to you? What was the most boring date you've ever been on?
What was the most interesting date you've ever been on? What would you consider "the perfect date" for you? What would you do if your soon to be mother-in-law seems to hate you? What would your parents think if you don't get married? When did your parents get married? Where do you want to go for your honeymoon?
Where did you go for your honeymoon? Where do you want to go on your honeymoon? Where is a good pace to go on a date in this town? Where would you like to go on a date?
Which is more important for you, your job or your marriage? Why do people break up with their partners? Will you continue working after you get married? Would you date someone you really liked if your parents did not like him or her? Would you ever marry someone who has been divorced twice? Would you introduce your date to your family? Would you live with your parents after you get married? Would you marry someone from another country? Would you marry someone ten years older than you?
How about ten years younger than you?
Expressing Likes and Dislikes in English
Would you marry someone that your parents didn't like? Would you marry someone who couldn't speak the same language as you speak? Would you mind if your boyfriend or girlfriend went out to party without you? Would you prefer to go out with a quiet or a talkative person?
At what age do you think that dating should begin? Do you think there is any age when a person is too old to date? Do you know a happily married couple? Can you name a famous happily married couple? What do you think is the most important ingredient in a good marriage? How long is the marriage ceremony in your country? Who designed the marriage covenant? What do you think about dating a friend's ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend?
Does your first love still hold a special place in your heart? Do you believe that he or she will always have a special place in your heart? What qualities do you look in your partner? Do you think its possible to wait for the man or woman you love while he or she is in jail?
What is your definition of love? Would you wait on a person you were dating for a long time if they joined the army? How about if they went to prison? What is the best season to get married? Do you know anybody who has two families at the same time and supports them both? How many families can you have in your country? Are there any superstitions on making someone fall in love with you?
Have you heard of any successful "love potions? Do you know of any superstitions connected with weddings? Would it be important for you to have a "white wedding dress'? Can you control your partner by playing games? Why do you think the bride's maids wear white.
When should you introduce your boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents? When you begin dating After you have been together for a while Only when the relationship is serious? Do you like to have boy friend or girl friend in your school or in your classes?
Do you think it is right to continue seeing a person if he has not introduced you to his family yet? In your opinion is marriage for life? Do you think when people get married it is really until death? How long does it take for dating to become a relationship? Is it important to be punctual in your first date? Would you dress up for a first date?
What clothes would you wear? What kind of place do you think is the ideal for a first date? Why do you think so?
What are your country's norms or laws on displays of public affection? Do you think it is okay for couples to kiss in public? How would you feel if your boyfriend liked to keep company with a female friend when you're not there?
How would you feel if your girlfriend liked to keep company with a male friend when you're not there? If you could go back to your past love, and change what went wrong, who would it be? Who do you love? If you had to choose to live with someone who truly loves you but you don't love him back or to live alone for a rest of your life loving someone that doesn't love you what would you choose?
What would you change, if you are given only one chance to do it?English Conversation 4 - Expressing Likes and Dislikes
Whose heart did you break most? Have you ever met someone you love a lot but never expressed it? If your parents forced you to get married with a person who you don't love, what would you do in this situation? Do you believe that having a permanent love between two person who are living in two different countries is possible? Do you want your husband to know how you looked as a child? Do you believe in love at first sight or love after the first night?
International Marriage Would you marry someone of another nationality? Are your parents of the same nationality? What are some advantages of an international marriage? What are some disadvantages? Do you want to have an international marriage? Do you know anyone who married someone from a different country? If yes, what is their experience like?
Do you think it is more difficult to marry someone from a different country?