Verbs with Two Objects- Roleplay Discussion

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Verbs and Tenses
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 23rd Feb 2015

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Verbs with Two Objects- Roleplay Discussion
Work in groups of three or four people. You are members of a family who have to move 
from a large old house to a much smaller new apartment
 and so need to get rid of 
some things that won’t fit into or be suitable for the new flat. Together decide what you will 
do with the things below and anything else that you might think might come up in that 
discussion.
Suggested things to talk about

15 kilos of frozen meat

nearly rotten fruit and vegetables

some huge old furniture

some old curtains

stuff belonging to your son, who moved out ten years ago

carpets

a kennel (and no dog)

the old toys of your grown-up children

some old-fashioned audio equipment

300 records

25 jars of baby food

(your own ideas)

When you run out of ideas or when your teacher tells you to, look at the list of verbs under 
the fold to help you. 

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Suggested verbs
ask/ tell
bring (to our new house)
charge
feed
give (for free)
leave (for the new people moving in)
lend
offer
pay
save
sell
send
show (and hope…)

Grammar presentation

Without looking above, brainstorm verbs that can be followed by more than one object.

Compare with the list above. Many more answers are possible, so please ask your 
teacher if you have written different verbs. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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