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60

min

Is it yours?

Level: Elementary (A1-A2)

Type of English: General English

Tags: everyday objects possession pronouns adjectives Vocabulary and grammar

Publication date: 02/01/2021

Students identify personal items that they carry with them every day and then listen to a classroom dialogue about lost items. The language point is possessive adjectives and pronouns. Students activate this language in a structured writing activity. There is also an optional extension vocabulary activity relating to different types of bags.

by Stephanie Hirschman

is_it_yours_be.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Teacher: Thanks for a great lesson, guys. Let’s tidy up before we go. Mario, is this your mobile?
Mario: Yes, that’s my mobile. Thanks.
Teacher: And this notebook. Elena, is it yours?
Elena: Yes, it’s mine. Thanks.
Mario: I think these are Elena’s glasses.
Teacher: Yes, they’re hers. And these are her headphones too.
Elena: Mario, are these your keys?
Mario: No. Only the teacher has keys for the classroom. They’re his.
Teacher: What about this wallet? Is it yours?
Elena and Mario : No, it’s yours!
Teacher: Silly me….
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Winarti

12 February 2022

i hope i can get it freely

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60

min

Is it yours?

Level: Elementary (A1-A2)

Type of English: General English

Tags: everyday objects possession pronouns adjectives Vocabulary and grammar

Publication date: 02/01/2021

Students identify personal items that they carry with them every day and then listen to a classroom dialogue about lost items. The language point is possessive adjectives and pronouns. Students activate this language in a structured writing activity. There is also an optional extension vocabulary activity relating to different types of bags.

by Stephanie Hirschman

is_it_yours_ame.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Teacher: Thanks for a great lesson, guys. Let’s tidy up before we go. Mario, is this your cell phone?
Mario: Yes, that’s my phone. Thanks.
Teacher: And this notebook. Elena, is it yours?
Elena: Yes, it’s mine. Thanks.
Mario: I think these are Elena’s glasses.
Teacher: Yes, they’re hers. And these are her headphones too.
Elena: Mario, are these your keys?
Mario: No. Only the teacher has keys for the classroom. They’re hers.
Teacher: What about this wallet? Is it yours?
Elena and Mario: No, it’s yours!
Teacher: Silly me….
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Average overall rating: Excellent (4.4)

1 comment

Winarti

12 February 2022

i hope i can get it freely

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