InTense Board Game (1 of 3)
I sell this game in Japan. It´s one of the best games for getting students to use verbs in the creation of natural and unique sentences.
How to play the game (in pairs):
You will need a die and counter for each team or pair.
Players, within teams, take turns to throw the die and move forward by the number shown. All teams are in play together. If you land on a purple square pick up a card from that pile and make a sentence using the present continuous. If you land on an orange square pick up a card from that pile and make a sentence using the past regular tense. If you land on a green square pick up a card from that pile and make a sentence using the past irregular tense. If you land on a ´fishing´ square, then you throw the die and move back the number shown and pick up the appropriate card. If you land on a three colour square, then pick up all three cards and make sentences. If you pick up a negative card then make a negative sentence.
If you pick up a question card then use a question and answer format with your partner or with another pair as appropriate. If you land on a ´dice´ square, then throw again. If your team reaches the finish, then continue playing using the last placed counter. More inside and more to come.
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