This activity provides short listening practice based around a monologue regarding queuing etiquette in the UK. The monologue provides observations of queuing. 

Author: 
Derek Spafford

 In this lesson, students will listen to a monologue about a persons reflection of queuing etiquette in the UK. They will match adjectives to synonyms and antonyms and complete a listening comprehension activity. There are also suggestions for developing the theme of queuing to practise specific areas of grammar.

Aims:

• To practise listening skills
• To improve students’ vocabulary – synonyms and antonyms of adjectives

Age group:

Adults

Level:

CEF level A2-B1

Time:

30 minutes plus time for developing the theme

Materials:

The lesson plan, transcript and student worksheets can be downloaded in PDF format below

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