22nd June 2020
An exercise for lower-intermediates. Help to use basic verbs, and to build long sentences.
We can see five people:
Andrew, Fiona, Helen, Mark and Tina
We see what they eat (dinner), their job (occupation), what they do in their free time (hobby) and what that do on Saturday and Sunday (the weekend).
For example, Andrew likes to drink beer, Tina like to do karate
What do they do ?
Name // dinner // occupation // hobby // weekend
|Andrew||steak and chips|
|brewer||football & beer||sports & cinema DOESN’T like shopping|
|visits family & shopping DOESN’T like sports|
|marketing||yoga & keep fit|
|exercises & cinema DOESN’T like loud clubs|
|Mark||fish and chips|
|civil servant||cars and bikes|
|fixing cars & drinking beer DOESN’T like loud clubs|
|shopping and meeting friends DOESN’T like beer or sport.|
Use so does with positives, neither does with negatives.
Mark eats chips and so does Andrew.
Helen doesn’t drink beer neither does Tina.
Tina likes shopping …
Mark doesn’t like loud clubs …
Who likes beer ? Who eats Italian food (pizza, pasta, spaghetti) ?