Simple Present for Daily Routines - The Daily Routine of the Queen

EnglishThroughVideos 2017-02-15 06:15:17

This worksheet is designed to be used with a YouTube video. It helps learners practise the use of the Simple Present tense to describe daily routines. Play the video using this link:

It is a gap-fill activity. The video shows lots of pictures which show the Queen's daily routine. The pictures have sentences describing them with a word missing. There are three words to choose from written below the sentences. Learners must choose the correct form of the verb, using the Simple Present tense and with or without the third person singular "s" ending.

It can be done as a speaking activity or as a writing task using this worksheet. The answer key is provided.

Disclaimer: The video is simply a fun way to practise the use of the grammar structure. The information in the video is not a factual account of the Queen's daily routine. Also, it includes pictures of the Queen herself as well as actors impersonating her. I hope your students enjoy it!

The above downloadable printable is recommended for at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is a useful material for teaching Adverbs, Adverbs of time, Present simple tense and Present simple tense: S for third person singular verbs in English, and can be used for enhancing your groups' Reading, Speaking and Writing skills. It is focused on the vocabulary topic of Actions, Celebrities (stars, famous people), Daily routines, Hobbies and United Kingdom.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by EnglishThroughVideos under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2017-02-15 06:15:17

Author: EnglishThroughVideos

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