We continue our obsession with these pub quiz-style activities with these final offerings, this time designed to facilitate the use of the comparative.
The comparative can be a rather dry grammar topic so once you have gone through the rules, why not inject a little fun into the class with these quizzes?
The two activities below are designed for pre intermediate and upper intermediate + classes. If your class is intermediate level, have a look at both quizzes and you may find that one could be used with your class.
Notes on the target language (e.g. “I think a dolphin can swim faster than 20 mph”) are included on the worksheet.
Download worksheets here: Pre Intermediate Comparative Activity and Upper Intermediate Comparative Activity.
You Bet! is a British game show in which celebrities bet on the ability of members of the public to win challenges, which they usually plan and rehearse many times, within a limited amount of time.
This particular challenge features the Scottish tradition of tossing the caber. This video can add a little excitement to classes of all ages.
Level and Language Focus
The language of the clip is not too complicated so it is recommendable for either intermediate or upper intermediate levels.
You can use the video to teach first conditionals or the future tense for predicting as the students must predict how well the men will do in the challenge. The worksheet below features first conditional activities.
You can view the video on YouTube.