Frequency Expressions- Ranking and Speaking Card Games

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: Time
Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 10th May 2015

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Frequency Expressions- Ranking and Speaking Card Games
Instructions

Without looking below, put the cards that you are given into order from the least frequent 
at the bottom to the most frequent at the top. Put the two groups of cards (those in bold 
and those in italics) into two different columns. 

Deal cards out between you and take turns making general statements about people, 
companies, politicians etc in your country using one of your cards. If the other people 
agree that your statement is true, you can discard that card. The person with fewest cards 
at the end of the game is the winner. 

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Frequency expressions ranking and speaking card games
Instructions

Without looking below, put the cards that you are given into order from the least frequent 
at the bottom to the most frequent at the top. Put the two groups of cards (those in bold 
and those in italics) into two different columns. 

Deal cards out between you and take turns making general statements about people, 
companies, politicians etc in your country using one of your cards. If the other people 
agree that your statement is true, you can discard that card. The person with fewest cards 
at the end of the game is the winner. 

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Frequency expressions ranking and speaking card games
Instructions

Without looking below, put the cards that you are given into order from the least frequent 
at the bottom to the most frequent at the top. Put the two groups of cards (those in bold 
and those in italics) into two different columns. 

Deal cards out between you and take turns making general statements about people, 
companies, politicians etc in your country using one of your cards. If the other people 
agree that your statement is true, you can discard that card. The person with fewest cards 
at the end of the game is the winner. 

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Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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Always

Always

Always

Almost always

Almost always

Almost always

Usually/ Generally

Usually/ Generally

Usually/ Generally

Often

Often

Often

Sometimes

Sometimes

Sometimes

Rarely/ Seldom

Rarely/ Seldom

Rarely/ Seldom

Very rarely

Very rarely

Very rarely

Almost never

Almost never

Almost never

Never

Never

Never

Three times a day

Three times a day

Three times a day

Twice a day

Twice a day

Twice a day

Three times a week

Three times a week

Three times a week

Twice a week

Twice a week

Twice a week

Once a week

Once a week

Once a week

Three times a month

Three times a month

Three times a month

Once every two weeks

Once every two weeks

Once every two weeks

Once a month

Once a month

Once a month

Once every three months

Once every three months

Once every three months

Three times a year

Three times a year

Three times a year

Once every two or three

years

Once every two or three

years

Once every two or three

years

 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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