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Mr. Bean - Ice Cream (Present Simple Gap Fill)

LauraSIN December 06, 2017

Task description & scene summary

Gap fill of present simple action verbs. Only gap fills. Student needs to know the verb that is used.
Scene summary:
Mr. Bean tries to get an ice cream but is not very successful. He is selling ice cream and trying to get one for himself. There are misunderstandings and he ends up without ice cream.
Lesson type: Grammar practice
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Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution License
First published: 2017-12-06, 13:57:27 (GMT+1)

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Video quiz questions (printable)

1) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ with his teddy.

2) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ ice cream.

3) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ the ice cream he wants to have.

4) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ the ice cream to Mr. Bean.

5) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple negative)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ money.

6) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ home to get his wallet.

7) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The queue ________________________ long.

8) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ his turn.

9) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream truck ________________________ for lunch.

10) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ the window.

11) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ inside the ice cream truck.

12) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ ice cream.

13) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: There ________________________ no ice cream.

14) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ from the ice cream vendor.

15) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ away.

16) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ to fill the tank.

17) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple negative)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ find Mr. Bean.

18) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ up.

19) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple)

Fill the gap: The ice cream vendor ________________________ Mr. Bean home.

20) Fill in the gap with the correct verb (Present Simple negative)

Fill the gap: Mr. Bean ________________________ any ice cream.

About the author

iSLCollective is a member of The Visual Arts Circle, a community of practice made up of language teaching professionals, teachers, teacher trainers, writers, editors, researchers, designers, illustrators, artists, photographers, and filmmakers, all with a shared belief that visual arts – drawing, painting, sculpture, design, crafts, photography, video, and filmmaking – should have a larger role in language education. Click here to visit the website.

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