FCE (First Certificate in English) Use of English Part One- Multiple Choice Cloze Vocabulary
A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
This lesson plan focuses on the differences between similar words in FCE Use of English Part One. Students practice creating questions and answering multiple-choice questions to test their understanding.
Lesson Plan Content:
Differences between typical Use of English Part One words
Cambridge First and Advanced multiple choice cloze
Write a question where only one of the four options below is the correct answer. You can change the words grammatically if you like.
- enjoy/ fancy/ like/ prefer
- bring/ get/ have/ take
- allow/ force/ let/ make
- order/ request/ say/ tell
- say/ speak/ talk/ tell
- could/ ought/ should/ had better
- carry/ hold/ put on/ wear
- achieve/ manage/ result/ succeed
- fit/ look/ match/ suit
- be used to/ get used to/ use to/ used to
- glance/ look/ see/ watch
- go out with/ hang out with/ meet up with/ play with
- charge/ cost/ pay/ spend
- win/ gain/ beat/ succeed
- appointment/ date/ meeting/ promise
- belief/ idea/ opinion/ view
- advice/ command/ request/ suggestion
- Prepositions/ Adverbs
- at/ in/ on/ to
- away/ out/ to/ up
- ago/ by/ until/ within
- across/ along/ by/ through
- each other/ them/ themselves/ they
- actually/ currently/ moment/ nowadays
- everybody/ anybody/ all people/ no-one
- all/ every/ each/ any
- a/ any/ one / some
- despite/ in spite/ although/ however
- almost/ almost always/ almost all/ almost everyone
Try to answer another group’s questions. If you think two answers are possible and choose both, you get two points and they lose one point if you are correct but you lose one point if you are wrong. You can also challenge another group if you think none of the answers are correct.
All the words above are different in some way. Ask about any which seem the same.
What are the differences (in meaning, grammar, etc) between words on each line below?
let someone do something/ make someone do something
ask someone to do/ tell someone to do
three days before/ three days ago
in three days/ three days after
most/ most of
despite/ in spite
even if/ even though
Take any one of the words above and make a question with three different other options which are not written above. Any of the four options can be the correct answer.
Test each other with your new tasks.