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Surf's up!
English for the Beach
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Hello everyone! My name is ________. Im from ________.
I currently live in ________. I am a/an ________. I enjoy
studying ________. I joined Open English ________ ago.
I (would like / wouldnt like) to live at the beach.
Survival English
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Beginner: Warm-up
What are some things that people do at the beach?
People _______________ at the beach.
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coconut
towel
umbrella
sand
ocean
waves
beer
suntan
sunny
sandcastle
Beginner: Vocabulary
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Beginner: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
coconut towels wave umbrella sandcastle
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Fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words
Beginner: Vocabulary Practice
Some people like to drink ___________ on the beach.
The beach in Clearwater, Florida, has white _______.
There are five major _________ in the world.
Many people go to the beach to get a __________.
The weather is usually ____________ at the beach.
sand
suntan
beer
sunny
oceans
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Beginner: Discussion
I the beach.
A. love
B. hate
C. dont mind
I live the beach.
A. far from
B. close to
The last time I was at the beach was
A. this year.
B. last year.
C. more than two years ago.
D. Ive never been to the beach.
Complete the following sentences according to your opinion
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1. Will you put some lotion on my back, please?
2. Do you want a drink?
3. Do you feel like swimming?
4. Am I burnt?
5. How did she learn to surf?
Beginner Question & Picture Matching
C. D. A. B. E.
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1. The kids love to __________ each other with water.
wear nap put on splash build
Picture Fill-in-the-Blank
2. He __________ two sandcastles today.
3. I always __________ sunglasses when Im at the beach.
4. She told me to __________ sunscreen, so I dont get burned.
5. My boyfriend __________ all day under an umbrella.
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
Randy
go
bring
be
play
relaxed
a towel
to the beach
sweaty
volleyball
with friends
in the sand
sunglasses
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Read the sentence with the correct answer
1. We (leaves / will leave) for the beach tomorrow morning.
2. My daughter (find / found) lots of seashells on the beach.
3. He (go / went) to the beach last August.
4. She (forgot / was forgetting) to wear sunscreen, so she got burnt.
5. I (dont / doesnt) get in the water because Im afraid of jellyfish.
Beginner: Choose One
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__ Yes, Id love one.
__ We are going to the hotel to
get our sunglasses.
__ When I was six years old.
__ Benny built it.
__ No, its Timothys.
1. Where are you going?
2. Who built that sandcastle?
3. Do you want a beer?
4. Is this your towel?
5. When did you learn to swim?
Match each question to the correct answer
Beginner: Match the Answer
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Beginner: Lets Talk!
Nina: Hey, Liza! What are you doing at the beach?
Liza: Hi, Nina! I came to have some drinks and get a suntan.
Nina: Cool. Im here to play volleyball with some friends.
Liza: Really? I love volleyball!
Nina: Great! Why dont you join us?
Liza: Id love to. When are you going to play?
Nina: Well start in ten minutes. Meet me by the green umbrella.
Liza: Sure thing. Ill be there in a few minutes.
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Beginner: Lets Talk! Follow-up
Why did Liza go to the beach?
A. She went to the beach to have some drinks and get a suntan.
B. She went to the beach to celebrate her sisters birthday.
C. She went to the beach to go swimming.
When are Nina and Liza going to start playing volleyball?
A. Theyre going to start playing in an hour.
B. Theyre going to start playing in five minutes.
C. Theyre going to start playing in ten minutes.
Where are Nina and Liza going to meet?
A. Theyre going to meet at a restaurant.
B. Theyre going to meet by the green umbrella.
C. Theyre going to meet at Lizas house.
Answer the following questions about the previous passage
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1. Where _________ you find that coconut?
Whats Missing?
borrow brought did harder is wanting
hard want was bringing do wants
2. Can I _________ your sunglasses?
3. I ________ an extra towel for you.
4. Its ________ to get the sand out of your clothes after you visit the beach.
5. She ________ to take a long walk on the beach.
Complete each sentence with a word from the list
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1. We ____ the beach because it
started raining.
a. leave
b. left
c. was leaving
_____ you leave the beach?
_____ he go every weekend?
_____ you want to get while
youre at the beach?
Beginner: Q & A Formation
Complete the question using the underlined words as hints,
then choose the correct option to complete the sentence
2. He ____ to the beach every
weekend.
a. is going
b. go
c. goes
3. I ____ a tan while Im at
the beach.
a. will get
b. was getting
c. got
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Beginner: Categories
Things
people do
at the
beach
Things you
see at the
beach
Match each word to its corresponding category
beer towels walk people swim ocean get a suntan waves
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Beginner: Pronunciation Pairs
sand
wave
beer
sunny
tan
send
weave
bear
honey
tin
Listen to the difference between each pair of
words and practice pronouncing each pair
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Im swimming in the ocean.
Im drinking a beer.
Im holding yellow flowers.
Im sitting in a chair.
Were walking on the beach.
Match each sentence to its appropriate picture
Beginner: Who Said It?
A. B. C.
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Weather and Geography- Vocabulary (#0045)
Discussing the Weather (#0047)
Descriptive Adjectives (#0049)
Asking Questions: When & Where (#0094)
Sports Vocabulary (#0033)
Food & Groceries- Present Tense Verbs (#0039)
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Intermediate Lesson Content
Intermediate Lesson Content
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Intermediate: Warm-up
What are some words that remind you of the beach?
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palm tree
sea shells
swimsuit
sunset
volleyball
surf
sunblock
sunglasses
seafood
lifeguard
Intermediate: Vocabulary
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Intermediate: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
sunset sea shells palm trees sunglasses seafood
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Intermediate: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: Sometimes you can find sea shells on the beach.
sea shells
palm tree
swimsuit
sunset
volleyball
surf
sunblock
sunglasses
seafood
lifeguard
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Intermediate: Synonyms & Antonyms
Antonym Synonym
fun
calming
beautiful
bright
hot
damp
Word
sunny
humid
enjoyable
relaxing
gorgeous
scorching
dry
stressful
cloudy
freezing
boring
ugly
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Intermediate: General Discussion
What do you like most about the beach? Why?
Describe the last time that you were at the
beach. What did you do? Who were you with?
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Intermediate: Lets Talk
Oscar: Im so tired of being here in the mountains. Pam, if you could
be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
Pam: Thats a no-brainer: Id be at the beach! I am actually
thinking about moving to Myrtle Beach next year.
Oscar: Really? I love Myrtle Beach, but I cant imagine
living there. Why do you love the beach so much?
Pam: I love the beach because its full of life and activity. There are
always lots of people to meet and plenty of fun things to do.
Oscar: Yes, I like the beach too. I especially like the way it smells. I
wish I could bottle the salty air and keep it at home with me.
Pam: Yes, me too! I think its the perfect place to live. If I move
there, you can come stay with me anytime youd like.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk! Follow-up
If Pam could be anywhere in the world right now, where would she be?
Why does Pam love the beach so much?
What does Oscar especially like about the beach?
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__ No, he woke up about
10 minutes ago.
__ Im not sure. Let me ask him.
__ Im going in June.
__ Im going for a swim.
__ Im going to ask for the lobster.
1. When are you
going to the beach?
2. What are you going to order?
3. Is Paul still napping
on the beach?
4. Does he have an extra beach
towel that I can borrow?
5. Where are you going?
Match each question to the correct answer
Intermediate: Q & A
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_ Marsha called the resort and made a hotel reservation.
_ Marsha went to the beach and loved it.
_ Marsha wanted to go to the beach.
_ Marsha found a nice resort in Hawaii.
_ Marsha started researching beach resorts online.
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) Surfs up! Grab your boards!
2) Dan donated $300, but thats
just a drop in the ocean. Our
goal is $50,000!
3) Beach bums are usually
tan and physically fit.
4) It doesnt matter that Lynn
broke up with you. There are
plenty of fish in the sea!
5) I feel like hitting the
beach this weekend.
a) a very small amount of
something in comparison
to the amount that is needed
b) going to the beach
c) There are lots of potential
mates in the world.
d) people who hang out
at the beach a lot
e) The waves are at their
best height for surfing.
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1. Linda loving the way that the sand feels between her toes.
2. Donovan and his wife has sipping cocktails on the beach.
Choose the correct answer
3. I cant believe that I forget bring my sunglasses to the beach!
A. love
B. has love
C. loves
A. sips
B. are sipping
C. sipping
A. forgot to
B. forgotten to
C. forgetting to
Intermediate: Error Correction
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Intermediate: Lets Talk Pictures!
What are your thoughts about this picture?
Why do you think people do this at the beach?
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Location prepositions: At, In, On (#0203)
Movement propositions (#0205)
Location Prepositions (#0219)
Time Prepositions and Phrases (#0221)
Pronunciation: The /b/ (#0269)
Pronunciation: The /t/ (#0271)
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Advanced Lesson Content
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Advanced: Warm-up
What are some things that you normally take with you to the beach?
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Advanced: Someone Once Said
Ocean: A body of water
occupying about two-
thirds of a world made for
man who has no gills.
Ambrose Bierce
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Advanced: Vocabulary
breeze
parasol
sunbathe
dinghy
buoy
canopy
slather
lighthouse
splashing
snoozing
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Advanced: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
dinghy lighthouse splashing buoy slather
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Advanced: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: I love to feel the breeze on my skin
while Im relaxing on the beach.
breeze
parasol
sunbathe
dinghy
buoy
canopy
slather
lighthouse
splashing
snoozing
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Advanced: Synonyms & Antonyms
Antonym Synonym
tropical
foreign
deteriorate
large
calm
rejuvenating
Word
erode
soothe
refreshing
balmy
exotic
vast
small
wintery
ordinary
upset
draining
strengthen
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Read each sentence and replace the word with a synonym or antonym
1. Sybil thinks the ocean has calming effects.
S
2. The suns rays are known to be hazardous.
3. Karen spent three days at the beach, but her skin is still tan.
S
A
Advanced: Sentence Rewording
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Advanced: General Discussion
Imagine youre swimming in the ocean when
you spot a shark beside you. What do you do?
In your opinion, should people drink alcohol and then
go swimming, or is that a recipe for disaster? Explain.
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Advanced: Lets Talk
Carissa: I cant believe its almost summer! This school year has
gone by so fast. I blinked, and it was over. Where are you going on
vacation this year, Brianne?
Brianne: My family and I are going to Jamaica. Im really excited
because Ive never been out of the country. Ive heard that
Jamaican beaches are breathtaking.
Carissa: Yes I, too, have heard that they are gorgeous. My
cousin went to Jamaica last year, and she said they have the most
beautiful beaches shes ever seen. If you could design your own
beach, what would it look like?
Brianne: It would have a mixture of black and white sand, and the
water would be a shimmery turquoise color. It would have big, lush
palm trees and a hot pink sky.
Carissa: Wow! That sounds really exotic. I think Id prefer sapphire
blue water and golden sand. I wish I were at the beach right now.
Brianne: Yeah, tell me about it. Thats all Ive been thinking about
for the past couple of months. I can hardly wait to go. Its going to
be so much fun!
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Advanced: Lets Talk! Follow-up
Brianne is going to spend her next vacation on a Jamaican
beach. Where are you going to go on your next vacation?
In the conversation, both girls described their ideal beach. Using
your imagination describe yours in as much detail as possible.
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Correct the mistake
1. Dont forgot to take a towel with you!
2. There is nothing more better than eating seafood at the beach.
3. Brock is build a sandcastle with his little sister.
4. Did you remember and bring your bathing suit with you?
5. Madeline likes to walk along the beach and peek up shells.
Advanced: Error Correction
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Advanced: Reading Comprehension
From rip currents to shark attacks, the beach can be a pretty scary
place. But it doesn't have to be. Our experts want to share some beach
safety tips with you to keep you safe while having fun in the sun.
Alcohol and swimming dont mix You should avoid alcohol while
swimming. Alcohol can reduce your body temperature and impair your
swimming ability and judgment.
Steer clear of sharks Each summer, we hear about at least one
horrific shark attack. But shark attacks are actually quite rare. In order
to avoid becoming a statistic you shouldnt wear shiny jewelry or swim
at dusk because a shark might confuse you with a seal or a fish.
Regularly apply sunscreen Research has shown that sun exposure
significantly increases the risk of developing skin cancer later in life.
You can substantially reduce your risk of getting burnt by regularly
using a high SPF sun block and staying under the shade of an umbrella.
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Advanced: Reading Discussion
What is the main idea of this passage?
According to the article, one can encounter some dangerous
things at the beach. What scares you most about the beach? Why?
The article lists several beach safety tips.
What other tips can you add to the list?
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Advanced: Expressions & Phrases
Match the idiom to its meaning
1) When I first moved to Chicago,
I felt like a fish out of water.
It was really difficult to adjust
and feel at home.
2) You have to set a limit and
draw a line in the sand.
3) Many great stories have been
lost in the sands of time.
4) That companys financing
is built on sand. It could
collapse at any minute.
5) When I get stressed about
school, I just want to bury
my head in the sand.
a) to declare a boundary and imply
that crossing it will cause trouble
b) to refuse to think about
an unpleasant situation
c) not firmly established
and is likely to fail
d) the accumulation of
time as represented
by the sand in an hourglass
e) to be uncomfortable
in an unfamiliar situation
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Advanced: Questions Formation
1. I usually go to the
beach once a year.
2. Joels biggest dream is to
buy a house on the beach.
3. Theyll be at the
beach for two weeks.
4. I bought my bikini in the mall.
5. The last time Jen built a
sandcastle was three years ago.
Form a question based on the response
Ex: How much money would you like to deposit?
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Movement prepositions (#0205)
Adverbs of Frequency (#0223)
Compare /sh/ vs. /ch/ (#0220)
Time prepositions (#0197)
Practice Describing Location (#0201)
Location prepositions: At, In, On (#0203)
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