It is Christmas time, so I would like to pesent a new card game with questions about Santa Claus this time. The question depends on the card that is drawn. You can play real cards or virtual cards. https://deck.of.cards
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It is my pleasure to present the new version of the listening game, and in particular the understanding of the word heard. I have noticed that there are words that make it difficult to distinguish them from other similar ones. This exercise is aimed precisely at listening to the word and choosing it from four similar ones. You can carry out this exercise by asking students to arrange a sentence with the word you hear.Self-correction allows the student to train on their own.
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I am presenting another game that is created for those who have problems with the verb MAKE or DO . The task is to match the appropriate word to the verb make or do. You can make it difficult by setting the time to do it and building sentences with the phrase appearing.
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I am presenting a new game that we can use when we want to talk about our preferences.
I could not fine a good set with more or less popular expressions to describe our tastes so I decided to create one by myself. It is important to show our students that there are more phrases than I like and I hate. Using a variety of vocabulary to talk about your preferences can be highly appreciated in exams as well as in daily conversation.
The task is to use the phrase appearing on the first cube and the theme appearing on the second cube, e.g. I am keen on and the theme music we can create a sentence I am keen on listening to rap music every day. Of course we emphasize the need to use gerund and infinitive in building a correct sentence.
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I present you my next game, in which we practice giving reasons explaining the situations that can occur in present or past. The essence of this task is to identify the correlation between cause and effect and express it in Present Perfect or Past Perfect. It seems to me that this type of exercise allows you to consolidate one of the important applications of these two tenses. The students' task is to come up with an accurate reason for the situation that appears on the yellow bar. At the same time, the students develop their creativity and the ability to pass from Present Perfect to Past Perfect efficiently.
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