Be - Simple Present | she is, she is not, they are, they are not | ESL Video

Be - Simple Present | she is, she is not, they are, they are not

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: short listening comprehension quiz
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1. Is Mimi from Taiwan?
2. Is Mimi 17 years old?
3. Is Mimi a student?
4. Is Mimi at home now?
5. Is Domingo married?
6. Are Domingo and Maria from Guatamala?
7. Is Domingo 40 years old?
8. Is Domingo at work now?
9. Are the children at school now?
10. Are Nathan and Natalie brother and sister?
11. Is Nathan 14 years old?
12. Is Natalie in 10th grade?
13. Are Nathan and Natalie at school now?
This is Mimi. She is from Taiwan. She is 17 years old. Mimi is a student at San Marcos High School. She's at school now.

This is Domingo and his family. They are from Mexico. Domingo is 37 years old. His wife, Maria, is 34 years old. They have two children. Miguel is eleven years old and Andres is eight. Domingo is at work now. The children are at school.

This is Nathan and Natalie. They are brother and sister. Nathen is 14 and Natalie and 16. Nathen is in 9th grade and Natalie is in tenth grade. They are not at school. They are at home.
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Wordbank
She's       grade       are at       She is       at home       This is       is at       They are       are not       They have       His wife


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1.) Where are you from?
2.) How old are you?
3.) Are you a student?
4.) Are you at home now?
5.) Are you married?

Exploring Family Life: An ESL Video Quiz

Dive into the lives of Mimi, Domingo, Maria, Miguel, Andres, Nathan, and Natalie in this ESL video quiz. Learn about family relationships, daily routines, and basic vocabulary related to family members.

This video focuses on the Present Simple tense and introduces vocabulary related to family members, occupations, and daily activities. It's a great resource for ESL learners looking to practice listening comprehension and expand their vocabulary.

This video is ideal for ESL students at a beginning/low-intermediate level who want to improve their understanding of family-related vocabulary and grammar. It can be used in the classroom for group activities, discussions, or as a warm-up exercise.
Category

People

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

Family life

Family relationships

Discussion Questions

1.) Where are you from?
2.) How old are you?
3.) Are you a student?
4.) Are you at home now?
5.) Are you married?

Vocabulary

student

children

brother

sister

grade

at home

at school

work

wife

husband