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One game that many teachers play in English class is "Find someone who...". In this game the students go around the room and find classmates who can answer "yes" to a list of questions. This game is useful in two ways:
Thank you to all of the English learners and teachers who participated in Game #9. Here are all of the tongue twisters we wrote from A-Z!
Tongue twisters are sentences that use many words with the same sound. A common tongue twister is "She sells seashells by the seashore." Say it quickly a few times in a row. The "s" sound is difficult for some learners.
Halloween is coming. It is on October 31st. Do you celebrate Halloween in your country?
In this game we are going to take each other on adventures. Please participate in two ways:
This weekend I was driving out of a shopping mall when something terrible happened. A seagull walked in front of my car and stopped. The bird was dragging its broken wing and couldn't fly. I couldn't drive around it because of my position in the intersection. Cars piled up behind me as I wondered what to do.
Father's Day is just around the corner, so let's play a new game called Famous Fathers.
You know how to play tag, don't you?
Whenever we learn something new we tend to think too hard. Here's a game that asks you NOT to think. All you have to do is write what comes "off the top of your head".
1. pickup truck
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In this game I will start by asking a yes/no question about your country. The first person to read it will answer the question in the comment section. The trick to this game is that you CANNOT use the words "yes" OR "no" in your answer. After answering the question, write a yes/no question (not a "wh" question) using "in your country" for the next person. (In your answer don't forget to tell us what your country is.)… Continue