Someone Like You

Age: Older Teens & Adults

Although “SOMEONE LIKE YOU” is good to practice the simple past, we can practice Relative Clauses as well. First, based of a list of biographical information, students in pairs talk about the author. Then, they listen to the song and guess what it is about. After that, they read the lyrics again and use relative clauses to describe the song or the author. Finally, they say what they think about Adele´s music and the kind of music they personally like.

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