TEFL worksheets and activities - Present perfect - travel - have you ever?

- Present perfect - travel - have you ever?

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Aim To practise the present perfect tense in the context of travel, with have you ever...? questions
Activity Students ask and answer questions to complete a "find someone who" questionnaire
Organisation Individual and whole class
Preparation Make enough copies of the questionnaire for the number of students in your class
What do I do? 1 Hand out questionnaires.
2 Students read through the questionnaire and think about the questions they need to ask.
3 Students mingle, and complete the questionnaire by writing students' names in the box if they answer “yes”.
4 The objective is to find at least one “yes” for each question.

To develop fluency, encourage students to expand on their answers, rather than just giving you a "yes" or "no".

Who | Names?

(see) the Pyramids
(lose) their passport
(lose) a plane ticket
(sleep) in a tent
(ride) a camel.
(have) food poisoning
(miss) a flight
(visit) the Statue of Liberty
(swim) in a lake

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