Present Simple Job Interview Roleplay Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Grammar Topic: Present Simple
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Published: 13th Oct 2014

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Present Simple Job Interview Roleplay Game

Instructions
Choose one or more of the roleplay cards below (following what your teacher tells you). 
Someone will interview you to work in their company, to be their friend’s boyfriend or 
girlfriend, to be the politician they vote for, or to be their housemate. They will ask 
questions to find out if you are good or not for that position. You can’t lie about the things 
written on your roleplay cards, but you can try and not answer the question. Your other 
answers can be true about you, just made up, or a mix of the two. 

Cards to photocopy and cut up

You sleep 18 hours every day.

You never brush your teeth.

You have 23 cats.

You live in a tent in the park.

You drink beer at lunchtime.

You get drunk every day. 

You are allergic to air conditioning.

You take medicine which makes you very sleepy.

You snore very loudly.

You have a bath or shower once a month.

You have a bath or shower four times a day.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

You don’t wear any clothes at home.

You don’t eat animal products or vegetables.

You spend six months a year overseas on holiday. 

You never do the housework.

You take three hours to have lunch every day.

You spend eight hours a day on the Internet.

You never recycle.

You give 90% of your money to charity. 

You buy new clothes every day.

You speak seven languages.

You get up and half past four every morning.

You have lots of friends.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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