Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Roleplays


Level: Intermediate
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 10th Apr 2017

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Countable and Uncountable Nouns- Roleplays

Countable and uncountable discuss and agree
You are going to do one of the things below together. Try to agree on what you need and 
how much or how many of each thing. 

Setting up a new office

Buying supplies for a buffet lunch for a very mixed group of nationalities

Buying supplies for an office Xmas party

Going on holiday to a country with both hot and cold places

Going on a one week business trip to at least four different countries, with a range of
different climates

Countable and uncountable negotiations
Phone a supplier to buy things you need for one of the situations above. They will offer 
you (further) discounts if you order more, so you don’t necessarily need to order the same 
amount as you decided (if you discussed it before). 

Countable and uncountable exchanges
Choose one of the situations below and think of things that you (preferably really) have 
and don’t want and would be willing to swap (= exchange for other things). Try to agree on
swaps with your partner, including how much or how many of each thing each time.

In your workplace

In your kitchen

In your bathroom and toilet

In the rest of your house

In your bag and pockets (now)

On your computer

Countable and uncountable progress check meetings
Hold a progress check meeting with your boss. They will ask you about finishing things 
you need to do, including how much or how many of each thing you have already done 
(decorating, reports, research, experiments, etc). Give a different answer each time 
(meaning you can’t claim to have finished everything!)

Written by Alex Case for © 2017

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