Like + Gerund Dice Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: Gambling
Grammar Topic: Gerunds and Infinitives
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 23rd Apr 2015

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Like plus –ing (Gerund) Personalised Speaking Dice Game

Throw the dice and try to make a true statement using the words next to that number 
below. 

1

You like…

2

You don’t like…

3

Your… likes…

4

Your… doesn’t like …

5

Your… and… like…

6

Your…and… don’t like…

Continue playing the same game, but with just “+ing” words ending the sentences. 

Look on the next page if you need help to play that game or when your teacher tells you 
to.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

Suggested words to use

People

Actions

Your youngest brother/ sister
Your middle brother/ sister
Your oldest brother/ sister
Your best friend
Your teacher
Your mother
Your father
Your mother’s father
Your mother’s mother
Your father’s father
Your father’s mother
Your aunt
Your uncle
Your cousin

Camping
Canoeing/ Kayaking
Cooking
Cycling
Dancing
Doing athletics
Doing gymnastics
Doing homework
Doing karate
Drawing
Fishing
Gardening
Hiking
Ice skating
Jogging/ Running
Mountain climbing
Painting
Playing badminton
Playing baseball
Playing basketball
Playing catch
Playing golf
Playing soccer
Playing softball
Playing tennis
Playing the piano
Playing volleyball
Rock climbing
Roller skating/ Rollerblading
Singing/ Doing karaoke
Skateboarding
Skiing
Snorkelling
Snowboarding
Studying English
Studying history
Studying maths
Surfing the internet
Swimming
Trampolining
Unicycling
Writing letters

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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