THERE IS - THERE ARE

Edad: 8-15
Level: Primary
Idioma: English (en)
ID: 1224654
03/08/2021
Country code: CL
Country: Chile
Asignatura: English as a Second Language (ESL) (1061958)
Tema principal: There is - there are (2013179)
From worksheet author:

Read and complete the sentences

Otros contenidos:
furniture, prepositions of place, objects
Worksheet description:
Objective:
The "There is - There are" worksheet aims to help students develop a strong understanding of how to use these phrases in English sentences correctly. By the end of this activity, students should be able to differentiate between singular and plural forms and apply the appropriate verb based on the subject of the sentence.

Content Overview:
This worksheet focuses on vocabulary related to items found in a bedroom, such as wardrobe, window, car, door, teddy, basket, blanket, curtain, books, bed, shelf, lamp, pillow, blocks, robots, bedside table, balls, and carpet. The main emphasis is on using "There is" for singular nouns and "There are" for plural nouns in sentence construction.

Language and Educational Level Context:
Designed for students learning English as a Second Language (ESL), this worksheet is suitable for beginner to intermediate levels. It is tailored to support students in grasping the basic concept of subject-verb agreement with the phrases "There is" and "There are." The vocabulary used is simple and familiar to aid comprehension.

Subject Relevance:
Aligned with the ESL curriculum, this worksheet integrates grammar rules within a contextualized setting to enhance language proficiency. By practicing the use of "There is" and "There are" with everyday items found in a bedroom, students can apply their knowledge in real-life situations, improving their communication skills in English.

Instructions:
The instructions for this worksheet prompt students to listen to the vocabulary words associated with bedroom items and then choose between "There is" and "There are" to complete sentences about these objects. For instance, students are required to decide whether to use "There is" for singular nouns like "one window" or "There are" for plural nouns like "ten books on the shelf." By engaging with both forms of the phrases in different sentence structures, students can practice and reinforce their understanding effectively.

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THERE IS - THERE ARE

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