Who Likes Whom

Who Likes Whom

Age: any

Level: from elementary to intermediate

Concerns: using objects, asking questions to Subjects and Objects

Procedure:

Write in the left hand column the names of boys, in the right hand column the names of girls. In the middle column write the proper verbs to be used with an object.

Boys Verbs Girls
Alfred,
Adam,
Albert,
Alan,
Alex,
Alexander,
Barney,
Bart,
Basil,
Ben,
Benedict,
Bernard,
Bill,
Brad,
Brendon,
Calvin,
Christian,
Christopher,
   
Chuck,
Clark,
Conrad,
Dalton,
Dan,
Dennis,
Erick,
Daniel,
Eugene,

etc.

likes

dislikes

loves

hates

thank

believes

trusts

respects

helps

admires

adores

Abigail,
Ada,
Adela,
Adriana,
Agatha,
Agnes,
Alexa,
Alexandrina,    
Alice,
Barbara,
Beatrice,
Bellinda,
Bella,
Derby,
Betty,
Brenda,
Camilla,
Cindy,
Claire,
Clara,
Dana,
Debi,
Della,
Dolores,
Erica,
Eugenia,
Evelina,

etc.

Choose a verb and dictate students simple sentences: 

Eugene likes Erica. 

Ask students to draw a line from Eugene to Erica. Say at least ten sentences with like. When all the lines are drawn, all the characters are matched, ask questions:

Who likes Erica?

Who(m) does Eugene like?

Emphasize on the difference between subject and object questions if necessary.

For drilling other verbs you might need new handouts or use different colors for positive and negative verbs.

Modify the activity for other grammar patterns. 

For example, first dictate who loves/remembers... whom. 

Ask students to match the pairs and ask Yes/ No questions to practise negations: 

Does Erica like Dennis? No, She does not. and so on.

Or you can ask students to match the pairs on their own and guess how many pairs match.

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