What’s in your neighbor’s house? Prepositions of place activity
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This activity is simple. Display the image or pass a copy of the activity to each pair. Pairs take turns making assumptions about each other’s homes using the images and the prepositions of place. Where is the sofa? Where is the coffee table? For every correct assumption, that player earns a point. Play to a time limit, a number of assumptions or a point value.
You have a lamp in the corner of your living room.
Yes, I do!
There is a rug underneath the chair in your office.
No, there isn’t.
Use this prepositions of place activity as a review or practice activity with any house and home section of your textbook.