There is & there are- Guess the Place

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: General
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 26th Mar 2021

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There is & there are- Guess the Place

Choose one of the places in the left-hand column of the next page and give hints about 
things in that place until your partner guesses where you are going. 

Ask about any places you don’t understand, working together to talk about things in that 
place each time.

Choose one place. Take turns making statements about what is there until someone says 
something that isn’t usually there or someone has no more ideas, then do the same with 
other places. 

p. 1

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2021

Places to guess
 balcony
 bank
 bathroom
 beach
 bedroom
 bookshop
 café/ coffee shop
 cinema
 classroom
 clothes shop
 concert hall
 convenience store
 department store
 dining room
 electronics shop
 furniture shop
 garden
 gym/ sports centre
 house/ home
 hot springs resort
 hotel
 kitchen
 laundrette
 library
 living room
 music shop
 next room
 office
 park
 pet shop
 post office
 restaurant
 school
 school locker
 school cafeteria
 ski resort
 sports shop
 stadium
 street
 supermarket
 swimming pool
 toilet
 toy shop/ toy store
 zoo

In the place that

I’m going to 

there is

there are

a

an

one

two

three

some

many

armchair

ATM

bath

bed

car

chair

closet/

cupboard
computer

cooker

cup

curtain

cushion

desk

dictionary

fork

fridge

hat

letter

map

menu

mic(rophone)

microwave

mirror

newspaper

notebook

pencil

shower

snack

sofa

stereo

swimsuit

table

teacher

television

towel

toy

tree

washing

machine

whiteboard

(-s)

p. 2

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2021

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