Countries and Nationalities

Here is the latest map from our Teatime English club.

Here is the JPEG.

Here is the .mm File.

Questions and Answers

Match the questions a- j with the responses 1-10.

(a) Whose is this coat?

(b) How many cats have you got?

(c) How much did your bike cost?

(d) Could you help me, please?

(e) Would you like some more to eat?

(f) Do you like carrot cake?

(g) Where are you going on holiday?

(h) Why are you going to the chemist’s

(i) Where were you last night?

(j) Who’s the new cook?


(1) Yes, of course. What can I do for you?

(2) Yes, I think it’s very nice.

(3) To buy some toothpaste.

(4) To Turkey.

(5) I stayed at home.

(6) Three.

(7) It’s mine.

(8) £100.

(9) Her name’s Julie.

(10) No, thanks, I’m full.


Pronouns and Adjectives

Complete the lines with the correct pronouns and adjectives.

Subject pronoun – Object pronoun – Possessive adjective – Possessive pronoun

I – me – my – __________

__________ – you – __________ – yours

he – him – his – __________

__________ – her – __________- hers

it – it – its – __________

we – us – __________ – ours

they – them – their – __________

Complete the sentences with the correct pronouns.

1. Joanne, our cook, is excellent. _______________ always cooks beautiful dishes for_______________.

2. Can you change that table cloth, please? _______________ is very dirty.

3. Look! This is a photo of _______________ with my family.

4. Ron and I are good waiters. _______________ customers often compliment us.

5. Sally lives near Paul and Sue. _______________ goes to work with _______________ every day in their car.

6. Her customers give _______________ a lot of tips.

7. Mary buys a newspaper every day. _______________ usually reads _______________on the bus.


Teenage Catering Goblins from Outer Space

Here are a couple of links for a pair of elementary worksheets I have cobbled together for by teenage caterers.

My father was a dragon trainer.


There’s a dragon in my garden.


Have fun.