Past Continuous Tense a Fun Board Game

yukijiang 2011-08-10 02:45:36

This is a great activity for students to practise past continuous tense in a fun way. Students will get cards with names, places and weapons. They will go ask everyone else what they have by using a dialog. Similar to the cluedo games. I changed it slightly. The structure, the dialog, and the role play cards are completely on my own. ************************************************************* This is the link to the role play cards ********************************************** Example dialog If the person has a name, he should say the name on the card instead of their own names. If not, they can say what their name is. Names
A: What is your name?*
B: My name is Tim (the seven names). *
A: So, Tim, What were you doing yesterday afternoon from 3 pm to 5 pm?*
B: I was taking a walk yesterday afternoon. *
A: Where were you yesterday afternoon from 3 pm to 5 pm?*
B: I was in the park yesterday afternoon. *
A: Who were you with yesterday afternoon from 3 pm to 5 pm?*
B: I was by myself*
A: How long were you at the park?*
B: I was there at the park for 1 hour and a half. *
A: When did you leave the park?*
B: I left the park at 5:30 pm.*
A: What did you carry?* B: I carried a bag with me. *
A: What was in your bag?*
B: There was a basketball in my bag. *
A: Okay, thank you for talking with me. *
B: You are welcome. *

The above downloadable worksheet was created for high school, elementary school and adults at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is aimed at revising Past simple vs continuous tense in English, and is useful for honing your students' Listening and Speaking skills.
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Upload date: 2011-08-10 02:45:36

Author: yukijiang

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yukijiang is from/lives in China and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2011-06-20 09:01:57. yukijiang last logged in on 2013-08-06 08:39:29, and has shared 5 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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