Preparing- Some and Any Roleplays

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Quantifiers
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 7th Sep 2021

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Preparing- Some and Any Roleplays
Imagine that you have to prepare for one of the situations below with your partner. Ask 
each other what is already available, replying with a mix of positive and negative answers. 
When the answer is negative, try to think of other options. When the second option is also 
not possible, try to think of a third option or change plan. 
-

cooking

-

a party

-

a buffet lunch

-

camping

-

hiking/ trekking

-

mountain climbing

-

a foreign trip

-

lockdown

-

a survival weekend

-

a desert trip

-

moving out of the family home into your own flat

-

swimming to a desert island from your sinking boat or plane

Do the same, but flipping a coin each time that your partner asks you if something is 
available to decide if the answer is positive (heads) or negative (tails). Then do the same, 
but flipping a coin to decide if the next question or statement will be with 
“some” (heads) or
“any” (tails). 

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Preparing for things some and any roleplays
Imagine that you have to prepare for one of the situations below with your partner. Ask 
each other what is already available, replying with a mix of positive and negative answers. 
When the answer is negative, try to think of other options. When the second option is also 
not possible, try to think of a third option or change plan. 
-

cooking

-

a party

-

a buffet lunch

-

camping

-

hiking/ trekking

-

mountain climbing

-

a foreign trip

-

lockdown

-

a survival weekend

-

a desert trip

-

moving out of the family home into your own flat

-

swimming to a desert island from your sinking boat or plane

Do the same, but flipping a coin each time that your partner asks you if something is 
available to decide if the answer is positive (heads) or negative (tails). Then do the same, 
but flipping a coin to decide if the next question or statement will be with 
“some” (heads) or
“any” (tails).

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