Sunday, 17 December 2017

Subject and Object Pronouns - ESL EFL Worksheets, Activities and Games

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Blank Out 

ESL EFL Reading, Listening, Matching and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes

In this entertaining teaching activity, students play a card game where they race to complete sentences with subject or object pronouns. The students are divided into groups of three. One student is the 'reader' and is given a set of sentence cards. The reader shuffles the cards and places them face down in a pile on the desk. The other two students are 'players' and are given a set of pronoun cards each. The players shuffle their pronoun cards and spread them out face up in front of them. The reader turns over the top card from the pile and reads the sentence aloud to the players using the word 'blank' for the missing pronoun. The players listen and then race to grab the correct pronoun card to complete the sentence. The first player to grab the correct pronoun card from their set and give it to the reader, saying the pronoun at the same time wins and keeps the two cards. The correct answer is shown for the reader on the sentence card. If neither player 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 more sentence cards left. The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins. Afterwards, students repeat the game with a different student reading the sentence cards.

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Object Pronouns

ESL EFL Reading, Writing and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes

In this productive worksheet activity, students complete sentences with object pronouns. Each student is given a copy of the worksheet. Each sentence on the worksheet is missing an object pronoun. The students' task is to replace the word BLANK in each sentence with an object pronoun from the box and write the answer in the pronoun column.  When the students have finished, the answers are checked with the class by having students read out the sentences. Afterwards, the students are divided into pairs (A and B). The students then test their partner on the object pronouns. Student A turns over their worksheet, so they can't see the sentences and answers. Student B reads out a sentence from the worksheet. Student A then reads the sentence back to Student B, adding in the correct object pronoun. After 10 sentences, the students swap roles. Students score one point for each sentence they get right. The student with the most points wins.

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Love or Hate 

ESL EFL Reading, Listening and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes

In this insightful worksheet activity, students give opinions of people, places and things using subject and object pronouns. Each student is given a copy of the worksheet. Students think of people, places and things they love and hate and write an answer under each heading on the worksheet. After that, the students are divided into pairs. Students take it in turns to ask their partner's opinion of the people, places and things under the headings using the question 'What do you think of...?' For example, 'What do you think of Will Smith?' Their partner replies by giving their opinion using subject and object pronouns, e.g. 'I like him. He's really good'. Students are encouraged to give their own opinion in return and ask for explanations where possible. When everyone has finished, students give feedback to the class on the things they love and hate.

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Subject Object Pelmanism

ESL EFL Reading and Matching Activity - Elementary - 20 Minutes

In this enjoyable teaching activity, students play a pelmanism card game where they match and replace underlined words in sentences with subject or object pronouns. Each pair of students is given a set of sentence cards and a set of pronoun cards, which they shuffle and spread out face down on the table in two sets. Students then take it in turns to turn over one sentence card and one pronoun card. If the pronoun matches with the underlined word or words in the sentence, the student reads the sentence aloud, replacing the word or words with the subject or object pronoun on the card. The student then keeps the two cards and has another turn. If the cards don't match, the student turns them back over, keeping them in the same place. The game continues until all the cards have been matched. The student with the most pairs of cards at the end of the game wins.

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Subject Object Pronoun Practice

ESL EFL Reading, Writing and Listening Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes

In this fun worksheet activity, students complete and write sentences with subject and object pronouns. Each student is given a copy of the worksheet. Students complete sentences on the worksheet by changing words in brackets into subject pronouns. When the students have finished, the answers are checked with the class. Students then move on to complete another set of sentences by changing words in brackets into object pronouns. After the answers have been checked, students write sentences about five classmates using subject and object pronouns. They do this without writing the students' names in the sentences. Students then take it in turns to read their sentences to the class. The other students listen and try to guess who the sentences are about.

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Subject Object Snap

ESL EFL Reading and Matching Activity - Elementary - 20 Minutes

In this amusing activity, students play games of snap by matching 'Do you like...?' questions with answers that contain subject and object pronouns.  The class is divided into pairs. A set of question cards are given to one student and a set of answer cards are given to the other. The students shuffle their cards and place them face down in a pile in front of them. Both students turn over a card from their pile at the same time. If the question and answer match, the first student to say 'Snap' scores a point. Students then pick up their own cards, shuffle the pack and play again. Students do not pick up their partner's cards. If the question and answer don't match, the students continue turning over cards until a matching pair comes up and someone says 'Snap'. If a student says 'Snap' when the answer doesn't match the question, the other student scores a point and the game continues. The first student to get ten points wins the game.

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Subject vs. Object Pronouns

ESL EFL Reading and Writing Activity - Elementary - 35 Minutes

This engaging worksheet activity can be used to introduce or teach subject and object pronouns. Each student is given a copy of the two worksheets. Students begin by identifying subject and object pronouns in sentences. There are three identifying exercises. After each exercise, the answers are checked with the class. Afterwards, students rewrite sentences by replacing the underlined words in the sentences with subject or object pronouns. Students then complete a gap-fill exercise where they complete sentences by choosing pronouns. Students also indicate which type of pronoun is used by writing the word 'subject' or 'object' next to each sentence. This leads on to freer practice where students write six sentences of their own using subject and object pronouns.

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Subject Pronouns

ESL EFL Reading and Writing Activity - Elementary - 20 Minutes

Here is a useful worksheet activity to help students practice the subject pronouns: He, She, It, We, They. Each student is given a copy of the worksheet. Working alone, students change nouns on the worksheet into the subject pronouns: He, She, It, We or They. Afterwards, the correct answers are checked with the class. The students then rewrite sentences, changing the subject nouns into subject pronouns. When the students have finished, the answers are checked with the class by having each student read out a sentence.

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Appropriate Answers

ESL EFL Reading, Writing, Listening and Writing Activity - Pre-intermediate - 30 minutes

In this compelling worksheet activity, students answer questions by finding the correct response on a worksheet and completing it with the appropriate subject or object pronoun. The students are divided into pairs (A and B) and each student is given a corresponding worksheet. Student A begins by asking their questions first. Student B listens to each question and tries to find the correct response on their worksheet. When Student B finds the correct response, they complete the answer with the appropriate subject or object pronoun and read it to Student A. If Student A agrees the answer is correct, they write the response in the space next to the question. If Student A thinks an answer is wrong, they ask Student B to try again. When all the questions have been answered, the students swap roles. When everyone has finished, the correct answers are checked with the class by having students read out their responses.

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