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Guessing and memory game: Personal pronouns

Type: General lesson plan

An activity where students complete sentence stems to practise personal pronouns, play a guessing game in pairs and share information in groups.

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  • Im so dissappointed with this site. Paid the yearly subscription and cant find anything suitable for elementary school and junior high school classroom.

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  • I just paid for a subscription and what I wanted to do was do the 30 day free trial to see if I can use this resource or not. Can you please change this error?

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    Carole Rose

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  • I'm finding the whole Onestopenglish site fairly useless, there is so little material available and that which is available is unoriginal the type of worksheets that I have been creating myself for years. Often the learner's level guide is completely wrong. I was hoping for more innovation, instead these are ideas that have been around for more than 10 years. Unfortunately until you pay your registration fee you have no idea what you are paying for!

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  • This is a good lesson for more than one student like a lot of lessons. However I teach 1 on 1 and I don't see too many lessons geared to my teaching?

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  • Hi David,
    Many thanks for pointing this out, it has now been corrected.
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    The onestopenglish team

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  • On the landing page, this resource is tagged for levels "Pre-intermediate, Intermediate", but it turns out to be Elementary when you look at the sheet itself.

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