Describing places games/ worksheets

PDFs and teaching ideas for names of places, adjectives for describing places, etc. If you find anything useful here and want more, please support TEFLtastic.

Updated 26 February 2019

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English for architects page

Giving directions page

IELTS Writing Part One page (for describing maps tasks)

Lists of language for describing places

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List of describing places opposites (near the end of this article)

The answer key to brainstorming useful language for describing places FCE version

Photocopiable describing places classroom activities

Travel plans bluffing game (describing places and future tenses) – NEW

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Places and directions design a town (fun game with lots of useful names of places vocab)

Describing places Adjective word order

Comparing places comparative adjectives practice

Desires in different places (“want to” and names of different places)

Brainstorming useful language for describing places FCE version

Similarities and differences between words for describing places

Compare and contrast the places (difficult country and city names and comparing contrasting)

FCE Speaking Parts One and Four on places

Describing places The language of trends (with trends language presented in context)

Trends affecting cities

Places discussion questions and vocabulary brainstorming

Household vocabulary roleplays

Describing your city similarities and differences

Describing places vocabulary and speaking

Renovating a hotel

Prohibitions guess the place

IELTS Speaking Part One on accommodation

IELTS Speaking Part One on hometown

IELTS Speaking Part Two on people, places, actions, things and times and useful vocabulary for those tasks

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2 Responses to Describing places games/ worksheets

  1. Felicity says:

    What a fantastic site! Thank you Alex. Really beautiful cherry blossom as well. I will share on Facebook. I’m quite new to tefl although I’ve been an English teacher for many years so this is invaluable.

  2. alexcase says:

    Thanks Felicity, and yes please do spread the word.

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