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ESL English Lesson: What do you collect?
David Robinson

What do you collect? It’s an interesting question that no doubt has many interesting answers… You might collect matchboxes or different hats. Some people like to collect dolls or beermats. Frankly the list is endless. Most people these days probably have a dusty collection of CDs and DVDs as the digital age takes over. Many people might still have a pile of old records or cassettes sitting in their attic.

Some folk collect bus tickets; others ornamental ducks or hippopotamuses. Stamp collecting used to be a popular pastime, as was picture postcard collecting. Boys used to collect old coins or Lego. Girls used to collect dolls. Today youngsters like to collect friends on Facebook, as well as apps on mobiles.

Speaking/Roleplay: In pairs - Student A likes to collect unusual things. Student B lives across the world. You like to collect a variety of things. Start a conversation about what each of you collects. 5 mins. Gap fill: Reading; Gap fill: Grammar, etc.

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