There is & There are with Prepositions- Make Me Say Yes Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Prepositions
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 17th Jun 2015

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There is/ There are with Prepositions- Make Me Say Yes Game
Ask an “Are there any… your…?” or “Is there a… (your…)?” question. If the answer is 
“Yes, there…” you will get a point, but if the answer is “No, there…” you won’t. 

Continue with the same questions about the places below. 

behind your house

between your house and your neighbour’s house

between your house and your school

in a box in your house

in front of your school

in the living room

in your bag

in your bathroom

in your bedroom

in your bedroom closet

in your classroom

in your freezer

in your fridge (= refrigerator)

in your garage

in your garden

in your kitchen

in your kitchen cupboards

in your local library

in your local park

in your pocket

in your school’s gym

in your wallet

near your house

near your station

next to your bed

next to your cooker

next to your house

on your balcony

on your bed 

on your bedroom floor

on your desk

under your bathroom sink

under your bed

under your desk

under your kitchen sink

Do the same, but this time continuing to ask about one place above until you get a “No, 
there…” answer. 

Do the same, but this time only getting one point if you get “Yes” answers to both an “Is/ 
are there…?” question and a “Do you like…?” question on the same topic, e.g. “Are there 
any balls in your garage?” “Yes, there are” “Do you like soccer?” “Yes, I do”. No points if 
one of the answers is “
No”.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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