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Talking About Outdoor
Activities in English
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Hello everyone! My name is ________. Im from ________.
I currently live in ________. I am a ________. I enjoy
studying ________. I joined Open English ________ ago.
I (like / dont like) outdoor activities.
Survival English
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Beginner: Warm-up
Name an outdoor activity that you like to do.
I like __________________.
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kayaking
camping
fishing
skiing
sailing
biking
hunting
exciting
dangerous
fun
Beginner: Vocabulary
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Beginner: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
camping fishing biking skiing hunting
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Fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words
Beginner: Vocabulary Practice
You paddle a _______ on a lake or a river.
We have ________ when the whole family goes biking.
When something might hurt you, it is ____________.
You go ___________ on a sailboat.
Our fourth race had an _________ finish.
fun
exciting
kayak
sailing
dangerous
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Beginner: Discussion
I prefer to go ...
A. skiing.
B. sailing.
C. camping.
I fishing.
A. like
B. do not like
C. have never gone
I outdoor activities that are dangerous.
A. love doing
B. hate doing
C. have never done
Complete the following sentences according to your opinion
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1. Do you think you will catch anything ?
2. Do you feel really cold?
3. Is my tire flat?
4. Is that gun yours?
5. How much did you pay for this tent?
Beginner Question & Picture Matching
E. A. B. D. C.
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1. Will you _________ so that I can cook some food?
paddle reel in ride start a fire steer
Picture Fill-in-the-Blank
2. His dad taught him how to __________ a fish.
3. When I was young, I __________ my bicycle every day.
4. They ________ the canoe for two hours before they reached the shore.
5. Will you __________ the boat for a moment, please?
Choose the correct verb and conjugate as needed
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Create a sentence by using a subject, a verb and a complement
Beginner: Creating Sentences
I
You
We
He
She
They
Lisa
go
be
take
bring
a trip
excited
skiing
a sleeping bag
in danger
a fishing rod
sailing lessons
camping
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Read the sentence with the correct answer
1. I (refuse / refuses) to go hunting because I thinks its cruel.
2. He (has / had) a lot of fun on the camping trip.
3. They (are / is) going on a fishing trip tomorrow.
4. Its raining, so she (doesnt / dont) want to go biking.
5. (Arent / Isnt) this exciting?
Beginner: Choose One
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__ Yes, they were.
__ Its about a year old.
__ Yes! This is amazing!
__ Its a kayak.
__ No. I decided not to give it one.
1. What kind of boat is that?
2. Were your skis expensive?
3. Does your boat have a name?
4. How old is this bicycle?
5. Are you having fun?
Match each question to the correct answer
Beginner: Match the Answer
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Beginner: Lets Talk!
Kate: This is awesome! We are in Aspen!
Gwen: Yes, it feels like a dream. It is so beautiful.
Kate: Are you ready to go skiing for the first time?
Gwen: Yes, Im ready. Im really excited and a little scared.
Kate: Dont worry! Were going to have a lot of fun.
Gwen: Is it all right if we eat lunch now and go skiing later?
Kate: Sure, no problem. Im actually kind of hungry myself.
Gwen: Great! Lets go!
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Beginner: Lets Talk! Follow-Up
Where are Kate and Gwen?
A. They are in Miami.
B. They are in Aspen.
C. They are in New York City.
How does Gwen feel about going skiing for the first time?
A. She feels confident.
B. She feels sad.
C. She feels excited and scared.
What are Gwen and Kate going to do right this minute?
A. They are going to eat lunch.
B. They are going to take a nap.
C. They are going to the pool.
Answer the following questions about the previous passage
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1. I _________ some fish yesterday.
Whats Missing?
go of catch a real
caught the really goes to
2. Do you want to _________ skiing?
3. I love ________ great outdoors!
4. She was ________ excited when I told her where were going.
5. He is not afraid ________ danger.
Complete each sentence with a word from the list
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1. She ____ to go fishing in
the morning.
a. is wanting
b. wants
c. want
_____ she want to go fishing?
_____ cant you find?
_____ they leave?
Beginner: Q & A Formation
Complete the question using the underlined words as hints,
then choose the correct option to complete the sentence
2. I cant ____ my bicycle.
a. find
b. am finding
c. finds
3. They ____ yesterday.
a. leave
b. are leaving
c. left
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Beginner: Categories
Activities
on the
water
Activities on
the land
Match each word to its corresponding category
kayaking camping fishing skiing sailing biking hunting
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Beginner: Minimal Pairs
bike
camp
fish
sail
danger
hike
damp
dish
bail
ranger
Listen to the difference between each pair of
words and practice pronouncing each pair
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Were sitting in a tent.
This boat is nice.
Were fishing.
Were sailing.
Theres snow on the ground.
Match each sentence to its appropriate picture
Beginner: Who Said It?
A. B. C.
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Sports Vocabulary (#0033)
Sports- Present Tense Verbs (#0035)
Sports- Quiz (#0036)
Descriptive Adjectives (#0049)
Conjugating "to be" (#0065)
Adjectives and Prepositions (#0051)
Beginner: Related Lessons
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Intermediate Lesson Content
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Intermediate: Warm-up
Name some popular outdoor activities
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rollerblading
surfing
join
travel
meet
perform
hiking
racing
scuba diving
climbing
Intermediate: Vocabulary
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Intermediate: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
surfing racing hiking scuba diving rollerblading
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Intermediate: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: Its important to wear a helmet while rollerblading.
rollerblading
surfing
join
travel
meet
perform
hiking
racing
scuba diving
climbing
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Intermediate: Synonyms & Antonyms
Antonym Synonym
hard
frightening
exhilarating
muscular
risky
freeing
Word
exciting
dangerous
difficult
scary
liberating
strong
safe
restraining
weak
easy
boring
relaxing
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Intermediate: General Discussion
Name three outdoor activities you would like to do someday.
Explain why you want to do them.
Name an outdoor activity you would never consider doing,
and explain why you feel this way.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk
Elizabeth: Hey, Andrew. Where were you earlier? Ive been trying
to reach you.
Andrew: Hi, Elizabeth. Really? Im sorry. I havent turned my
cell phone on today. Whats going on?
Elizabeth: Well, I was calling to ask you if youd like to come with
me to the beach. Today is a great day for surfing.
Andrew: Yeah! Thats an excellent idea! I would love to go
surfing with you.
Elizabeth: Fantastic! When can we go? Do you need to do
anything before we leave?
Andrew: Let me think about it for a second. No, I dont think I
have anything I need to do. Im ready when you are.
Elizabeth: Awesome! Grab your suit and board, and well hit the
road. Ill wait for you in the car.
Andrew: Okay. That sounds good. Just give me a few minutes,
and Ill be ready to roll.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk! Follow-up
Why wasnt Elizabeth able to reach Andrew earlier?
When Elizabeth asked Andrew to go surfing with her, what was
his reaction? Do you think he was excited about it or not? Explain.
The text uses the phrases hit the road and ready to roll.
What do you think these mean?
Have you ever gone surfing? If so, what was it like? If
not, would you be interested in trying it or not? Explain.
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__ He wants to be a race car driver.
__ Yes, I bought them yesterday.
__ Yes, I have three of them.
__ No, Im scared of the ocean.
__ He went hiking.
1. Do you have a surfboard?
2. Where did Jake go?
3. What does Brody want to be
when he grows up?
4. Are those rollerblades new?
5. Do you want to go scuba
diving with me?
Match each question to the correct answer
Intermediate: Q & A
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_ Alice went to the store and bought what she needed.
_ Alice decided to ask her uncle to teach her.
_ Alice and her uncle went fishing every Sunday.
_ Alices uncle agreed and told her what she needed to buy.
_ Alice wanted to learn how to fish.
Put the sentences in the correct order to form a short story
Intermediate: Story Sequence
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Intermediate: Expressions & Phrases
Match the idiom to its meaning
1) Are you thinking about starting
your own business? Remember
to look before you leap.
2) I learned so much from my trip
to Egypt. Its true that travel
broadens the mind.
3) My favorite restaurant is off the
beaten path, but I love the food.
4) I dont want to see you again.
Take a hike!
5) Hes never taught children
before, but hes jumped in
with both feet.
a) to become completely involved
with something quickly,
especially something new
b) unknown or unpopular
with many people
c) a nasty way of telling
someone to leave
d) Think carefully about doing
something before you do it.
e) When you travel, you learn
things about the people and
places you see.
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1. You had been brave if you want to be a race car driver..
2. Donna is wanting to become a professional water skier.
Choose the correct answer
3. You have to been fit if you want to climb Mount Everest.
A. have being
B. have to be
C. will be
A. wanting
B. will have been wanting
C. wants
A. are having to be
B. have had to be
C. have to be
Intermediate: Error Correction
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Intermediate: Lets Talk Pictures!
What are your thoughts about this picture?
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Means of Transportation Vocabulary (#0081)
Traveling in Future Tense (#0083)
Future Progressive Forms and Use (#0114)
Past Progressive and Travel (#0117)
What do you do? (#0325)
Pronunciation: The short /a/ (#0258)
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Advanced Lesson Content
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Advanced: Warm-up
Name some feelings people experience while
doing their favorite outdoor activities
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Advanced: Someone Once Said
Traverse: One of two ways
to stop while skiing. Tree:
The other method.
Author Unknown
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Advanced: Vocabulary
adventurous
destination
sky diving
bungee jumping
hot-air ballooning
hang gliding
triathlon
snorkeling
exploration
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Advanced: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
snorkeling hang
gliding
bungee
jumping
hot-air
ballooning
triathlon
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Advanced: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: Many people enjoy being adventurous.
adventurous
destination
sky diving
bungee jumping
hot-air ballooning
hang gliding
triathlon
snorkeling
exploration
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Advanced: Synonyms & Antonyms
Antonym Synonym
exciting
ready
achievement
nervous
elated
dangerous
Word
success
thrilling
risky
ecstatic
anxious
primed
relaxed
unprepared
safe
depressed
dull
failure
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Read each sentence and replace the word with a synonym or antonym
1. I dont know about you, but I think Elaine is a fantastic rock climber.
A
2. Mike was scared the first time he went bungee jumping.
3. Mark believes that hang-gliding is a very dangerous sport.
S
A
Advanced: Sentence Rewording
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Advanced: General Discussion
Imagine that you were given $5,000 to do any outdoor activity you
want. What activity would you choose? Why?
In your opinion, whats the most dangerous outdoor recreational
activity in the world? Why?
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Advanced: Lets Talk
Lillian: Darling, lately Ive been thinking a lot about our upcoming
vacation. Where do you want to go for vacation? Im open to anything.
Alan: There are a lot of places Id like to go. Why dont we go skiing in
Aspen? Id really love to do that. Plus, I want to try snowboarding.
Lillian: That sounds like fun. Ive never been skiing or snowboarding.
Id really like to try it as well.
Alan: Ive been skiing many times. Im actually pretty good at it. Ill
teach you how to ski when we get there.
Lillian: Great! Im so excited! Is it hard to do? Will it hurt if I fall down
in the snow?
Alan: Well, its not very easy, but with some practice youll get the
hang of it. It does hurt sometimes when you fall down, but its part of
learning. Youll be okay on the slopes. Dont worry!
Lillian: What if I run into something like a tree? Ive heard that people
have been killed while they were skiing. That really scares me.
Alan: Im going to take you on the bunny slopes. You wont run into
anything there. Id never take you anywhere with trees while youre
still learning.
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Advanced: Lets Talk! Follow-up
Do you think that it would be difficult to learn how to ski or use a
snowboard? Explain your answer.
Imagine that someone offers to take you skiing or snowboarding for
vacation. Would you go or not? Explain.
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Correct the mistake
1. Tara went to the store for buying a new pair of rollerblades.
2. Im to scared to go skydiving.
3. Sherry dreaming of traveling the world.
4. I would love to hike more often, but it wore me out!
5. Terrance go scuba diving once a month.
Advanced: Error Correction
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Advanced: Reading Comprehension
Skydiving, also known as parachuting, is the action of exiting an
aircraft and returning to earth with the aid of a parachute. It may or may
not involve a certain amount of free fall.
A typical jump involves exiting an aircraft anywhere from 1,000 to
4,000 meters of altitude. If jumping from a low altitude, the parachute is
deployed immediately. However, at higher altitudes, the skydiver may
free fall for a short period of time before activating the parachute. Many
people believe that skydiving is extremely dangerous. However, only 1
out of every 100,000 jumps results in death.
Many people make their first jump with an experienced and trained
instructor. This type of skydive may be in the form of a tandem skydive.
During a tandem jump, the instructor is responsible for emergency
procedures in the unlikely event that they would be needed.
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Advanced: Reading Discussion
What is the main idea of this passage?
According to the text, 1 out of every 100,000 dives ends in death. In
your opinion, does this statistic indicate that skydiving is dangerous
or not? Explain.
Why do you think people risk their lives to do extreme sports? What
do you believe they are seeking to gain from the experience?
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Advanced: Expressions & Phrases
Match the idiom to its meaning
1) School starts tomorrow, and
then its off to the races.
2) Im new at this job, but in
a few days Ill find my feet.
3) She was a fine teacher and a good
person. She ran the good race.
4) Take your time and do a good job.
Slow and steady wins the race.
5) I like to work by myself and make
my own decisions. He travels the
fastest who travels alone.
a) to become more comfortable
in whatever you are doing
b) It is easier to achieve your goals if
you do not have a spouse, children,
or other connections to consider.
c) If you work slowly but constantly,
you will succeed better than if you
work fast for a short while and do
not continue.
d) an activity or the excitement
is just beginning
e) to do the best that one could; to live
life as well and as fully as possible
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Advanced: Question Formation
1. Blaire travels in her spare time.
2. Shes been taking ballet
lessons since she was eight.
3. Id love to go hiking
with you this weekend.
4. Robert has been to sixteen
different countries.
5. Jenny is practicing her
dance routine for the recital.
Form a question based on the response
Ex: How much money would you like to deposit?
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Traveling in Future Tense (#0083)
Future Progressive Forms and Use (#0114)
Past Progressive and Travel (#0117)
Travel Vocabulary (#0187)
Higher Education (#0377)
Events and Nightlife (#0376)
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