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A nsw ers Every day I walk to the town centre. There are always lots of 0 people there. I usually buy an ice cream, a packet of 0 sweets and a newspaper. Then I go to the beach and sit on a bench reading the newspaper. Sometimes I look up at the clouds in the sky and w7atch the seagulls flying over the sea. Practice The classic practice activity for articles has always been the humble gap-fill text (made either on a computer or with correction fluid). Students then work individually or in pairs to fill in the missing articles.
1) know7n things: things that are local and / or very familiar to most people in the context and do not need to be introduced or explained. Suddenly all the lights went out. I looked up at the ceiling. 2) unique things: ie there is only one. the back of my neck the main entrance 3) groups: nationalities, groups of people, family names. the police the Welsh the Browns 4) some geographical terms: with some mountain ranges, island groups, areas of water, regions and places with republic, kingdom, states etc in the name.
On the board write up a short sentence with a gap where the adjective(s) should be (I saw a . . cat last night). The groups should try to use one, two, three or more of their adjective cards to fill in the gap. Tell them that they will get one point for each adjective that you agree is suitable and wTell-used. But also warn them that they will get zero if the adjectives seem to be in an unlikely order! In this way, students will have to balance the hope of getting lots of points for a long sequence of adjectives with the risk of losing it all if the order is incorrect.