Countable uncountable going to travel mimes

Worksheet 1- Going to travel mimes
Choose one of the actions below and very slowly mime the lead up to the action only. So that the future tense sentence is correct, do not start doing the thing written below but only the time before it, e.g. you can mime squeezing a bottle on sun cream into your hands and taking your clothes off your shoulders but stop before the sun cream actually touches your shoulders.You are going to put some sun cream onto your shoulders

You are going to have a nap

You are going to eat some peanuts

You are going to put some suitcases onto the check in counter scales to be weighed

You are going to put some luggage into the overhead locker

You are going to pack your clothes into a suitcase

You are going to put on some sunglasses

You are going to order some lunch

You are going to put on some headphones

You are going to show your passport and ticket to the check in clerk

You are going to eat an in flight meal

You are going to put your possessions through the X-ray machine

The plane is going to land

You are going to put a padlock on your rucksack

You are going to take some luggage off the carousel

You are going to float on the sea on an airbed

You are going to put on an oxygen mask

You are going to drink a cup of tea.

You are going to drink some alcohol.

You are going to give the bell boy a tip.

You are going to change some money into Australian Dollars.

You are going to phone home on a public phone.

You are going to give a gift to your host family.

You are going to have a shower.

Countable uncountable going to travel mimes
Worksheet 2- Countable/ uncountable travel vocabulary

Without looking back at Worksheet 1, put the correct form of each noun into the gap by adding “a”, “some” and/ or “s”.

You are going to put _______________ (sun cream) onto your shoulders

You are going to have ___________________ (nap)

You are going to eat ______________________ (peanut)

You are going to put ____________________ (suitcase) onto the check in counter scales to be weighed

You are going to put _______________________ (baggage) into the overhead locker

You are going to pack your clothes into _______________________ (suitcase)

You are going to put on ______________________ (sunglass)

You are going to order _________________________ (lunch)

You are going to put on ____________________________(headphone)

You are going to eat ________________________ ( in flight meal)

You are going to put your ______________________ (possession) through the X-ray machine

You are going to put ____________________ (padlock) on your rucksack

You are going to take _____________________________ (luggage) off the carousel

You are going to float on the sea on ___________________________ (airbed)

You are going to put on ___________________________ (oxygen mask)

You are going to drink ____________________________ (cup tea).

You are going to drink __________________________________ (alcohol).

You are going to give the bell boy ________________________________(tip).

You are going to change ___________________________ (money) into ________________________ (Australian Dollar).

You are going to phone home on ____________________________ (public phone).

You are going to give _________________________ (gift) to your host family.

You are going to have _______________________________ (shower).

Check your answers with Worksheet 1. Sometimes more than one answer is grammatically correct- check with your teacher if you also think your sentence could be okay.

Which words in brackets above are countable, and which words are uncountable?

Which countable nouns above are almost always used in the plural (with “s”)?

What are the rules about combining countable and uncountable nouns and “a”, “some” and “s”?

Your teacher will give you a picture with many objects. With your partner, as quickly as you can circle as many things as you can in the category that your teacher tells you (“countable things”, “uncountable things”, “things that there are some of in this picture”, or “things that you can use ‘a’ with in this picture)

Choose one place in the world where you would like to go on holiday and write it secretly in your notebook. Tell your partner what things you are going to take with you one line at a time and see if they can guess where you are going to go.

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