Indefinite Pronouns ESL Activities, Games and Worksheets

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ESL Indefinite Pronouns Activity - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 30 minutes

Here is a free indefinite pronouns speaking activity for pre-intermediate students. Give each student a copy of the worksheet. Working alone, students complete the items on the worksheet with the indefinite pronouns from the box. When the students have finished, review the answers with the class. Next, students prepare the yes/no questions they need to ask for the activity, e.g. 'Did you lose something recently?' The students then go around the class asking the questions to one another. Students need to find someone who answers 'yes' or 'no', depending on whether the item is positive or negative. When a student finds someone who answers appropriately to a question, they write down that person's name in the corresponding column next to the item. The student then asks a follow-up question and notes down the answer in the last column. When everyone has finished, the students give feedback to the rest of the class on what they found out.
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ESL Indefinite Pronouns Game - Reading, Listening, Matching and Speaking Activity - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 25 minutes

In this fun indefinite pronouns game, students race to complete sentences with indefinite pronouns. Give each group of three a set of sentence cards, which they shuffle and place face down in a pile on the table. Also, give each student a set of indefinite pronoun cards, which they shuffle and spread out face up on the table in front of them. Students then take it in turns to pick up a card from the top of the pile and read the sentence aloud to the other two students using the word 'blank' for the missing indefinite pronoun, e.g. 'I lost my mobile phone. I've looked for it BLANK'. The other two students listen and then race to grab the correct indefinite pronoun card to complete the sentence. The first student to grab the correct indefinite pronoun card from their set and give it to the reader, saying the pronoun at the same time (e.g. everywhere) wins and keeps the sentence card. The indefinite pronoun card is then placed back on the table face up. If neither student gives the right answer, the sentence card is placed at the bottom of the pile to be used again later in the game. This process continues until there are no sentence cards left. The student with the most sentences at the end of the game wins.
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ESL Indefinite Pronoun Worksheet - Reading and Writing Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 25 minutes

This indefinite pronouns exercises PDF helps students learn and practice indefinite pronouns. Give each student a copy of the two-page worksheet. Students begin by finding and circling indefinite pronouns in sentences. The students then sort the pronouns under people, places or things. Next, students complete sentences with the correct indefinite pronoun in brackets. After that, students complete sentences with suitable indefinite pronouns. Students then move on to unscramble words to make sentences containing indefinite pronouns. In the last exercise, students write sentences using two indefinite pronouns from each category.
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Interactive Version - This indefinite pronouns interactive worksheet can be used to help students learn or practice indefinite pronouns.


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ESL Indefinite Pronouns Activity - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - Intermediate (A2-B1) - 30 minutes

In this insightful indefinite pronouns activity, students complete statements with indefinite pronouns and then discuss the statements with a partner, saying whether they are true for them or not, and why. Give each student a copy of the worksheet. Working alone, the students complete statements on the worksheet with indefinite pronouns from a box. When the students have completed all the statements, check the answers as a class. Next, divide the students into pairs or small groups. The students then discuss each statement in turn and say whether the sentence is true for them or not, and why. Afterwards, the students report back to the class on the statements that were true for them and discuss any interesting findings in more detail.
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Interactive Version - In this indefinite pronouns breakout room activity, students use a variety of indefinite pronouns to complete statements. The students then discuss the statements with a partner and say if they are true for them or not.


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