Sign up  |  Log in
 

Which One Is More?

Which One Is More?

Students make comparative sentences using two nouns and an adjective. A speaking activity using comparatives.

Level:  Elementary

Grammar:  Comparatives

Time:  30 minutes

Preparation

  • Make one copy of the Key for the teacher.

Procedure

1

Divide the class into two teams, and ask the students to line up in front of the board.

2

Say two nouns and an adjective from the Key. The two students at the front of the line compete against each other to make a comparative sentence.


For example:  Mercedes, Toyota, expensive

Mercedes is more expensive than Toyota.

3

The first person to raise his or her hand can try to make the sentence. If the sentence is correct, his or her team can get a point. If the sentence is incorrect, his or her team will get a negative point, and the other team can try. Afterwards, both students go to the back of the line, and the next two students compete.

4

Continue until all the words have been used.

5

The team with the most points is the winner.

Printable Worksheets

$alt
Key
Download

 

More Activities You May Like...

Business Idioms 9: Communication
Business Idioms 9: Communication
Matching Opposites
Matching Opposites
ESL Listening Course With Textbook
ESL Listening Course With Textbook

Tell us what you think about Which One Is More?:

Log in to leave a comment.

Becki

Hi fellow EFL Sensei!

I'm Becki, the Co-Founder and the one who put up all these great speaking activities. We’re here to provide enjoyable lessons for teachers like you! Learn more