Present Simple Guess the country

1. Read the sentences below and try to guess the country.

People eat dinner very late in the evening.

They sometimes have a sleep after lunch.

People often eat ham.

Football is the most popular sport.

The whole family go to bars to watch the football, including young children.

Some famous artists come from this country.

Bars close at 5 o’clock in the morning.

People don’t work very hard.

They sometimes dance and play guitars.

I/ we think the country is __________________________________

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The country is: Spain.

Read the sentences above out one by one to another person/ group, changing the order if you wish. Let them guess which country after each sentence. Try to make it as difficult as possible for them to guess.

Now write another list of sentences about another country of your choice and read them to the other students and see how long it takes them to guess.

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2. Read the sentences below and try to guess the country.

Food is very important to these people.

They sometimes eat four course meals.

These people drink lots of coffee.

They drive very badly.

People spend a lot of money on clothes.

They use their arms a lot when they speak.

There are lots of small motorbikes in this country.

The gangsters in this country are famous.

I/ we think the country is __________________________________

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The country is: Italy.

Read the sentences above out one by one to another person/ group, changing the order if you wish. Let them guess which country after each sentence. Try to make it as difficult as possible for them to guess.

Now write another list of sentences about another country of your choice and read them to the other students and see how long it takes them to guess.

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