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Go: JHS GrammarLet's/Use Match


SUBMITTED BY: Raymond Corrigan



GRAMMAR: Imperative

EXAMPLE: Let's play a game. Use this computer.

DATE ADDED: Dec 03, 2009


    Small Classes (1-15 Students)ÒLarge Classes (16-39 Students)Ó


15-30 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students match the activities on their cards with objects on other students' cards using the "Let's" and "Use" words to make sentences. 





  1. After Handing out the worksheet cards and reviewing the vocabulary with the class, have the students stand up, find a partner and play Janken.
  2. The winner says "Let`s ______(activity)." The loser finds a matching object on their own card and says "Use this _____(Object)." Then, the loser signs the winner's 'activity' and the winner signs the loser's 'object'. If there is no match the loser says "Sorry."
  3. The students find a new partner and repeat until they have all of their boxes signed.



  • Instead of signing activities and objects the students make a mark for each match they find.



  • Make sure the students understand that many matches are possible. For example, if a winner says "Let's play." the loser can say: Use this computer, ball, piano, etc.
  • The cards are simply images. They can be modified in MS Paint or some other art program.

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