Borrow vs. Lend: Polite Requests Worksheet
Borrow vs. Lend: Polite Requests Worksheet

Borrow vs. Lend
Polite Requests Worksheet

Borrow vs. Lend: Polite Requests Worksheet
This is a lesson about using polite requests in everyday situations.
It starts with the teacher walking aroud the class and asking students to lend her their belongings such as pens, pencils, backpacks...etc.
Then, the students place their favourite objects into a bin and pick out randomly. They ask to borrow each other's belongings. This gets really entertaining when students agree to lend such dear belongings as car keys, jewelery, etc. This activity is followed by role play using the modals can/could and may in polite requests

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