Countable and Uncountable- Your Week

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Nouns
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 11th Mar 2014

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This Week- Countable and Uncountable
Countable and Uncountable Nouns/ Present Perfect Simple

Try to find things you have done more of than your partner in the last seven days by giving
information about yourself and/ or asking your partner questions. 

Suggested topics

Alcohol/ Drinking

Breaks

Commuting/ Travel/ Hours on trains

(Cups of) tea/ (Cups of) coffee

Eating out/ Fast food/ Junk food

Emails/ Emailing

Exercise/ Walking

Food/ Meals

Housework

Listening to music/ Listening to the radio

Meeting people from overseas

(Business) meetings

Reading

Shopping/ Purchases

Sleep

Smoking/ Cigarettes

Snacks

Spending money

Spending time with your family

Studying

Studying English/ Homework

Surfing the web

Teleconferences/ Videoconferences

Telephoning

Using English

Watching TV/ Watching DVDs/ Watching movies

Work/ Hours at work/ Jobs/ Projects

Useful language
A huge amount/ number              A lot              
Quite a lot                          Not much                    
Little/ Few                          Very little/ Very few
Hardly any                         No…/ None

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

Without looking at the last page, put “s” after any of the nouns below which can take it. 

Alcohol/ Drinking

Break

Commuting/ Travel/ Hour on train

(Cup of) tea/ (Cup of) coffee

Eating out/ Fast food/ Junk food

Email/ Emailing

Exercise/ Walking

Food/ Meal

Housework

Listening to music/ Listening to the radio

Meeting people (from overseas)

(Business) meeting

Reading

Shopping/ Purchase

Sleep

Smoking/ Cigarette

Snack

Spending money

Spending time with your family

Studying

Studying English/ Homework

Surfing the web

Teleconference/ Videoconference

Telephoning

Using English

Watching TV/ Watching DVD/ Watching movie

Work/ Hour at work/ Job/ Project

Check your answers with the last page. Other answers might be possible. 

What would these things mean?
I have done some exercises.
I have drunk many teas. 
I have watched many TVs.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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