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thanx but.. posted by
That is a nice worksheet but I want to say that the man with Turkish flag isn t look like a Turk, not at all. I don t want the world s children to learn wrong things about my country. Turkey left wearing the man s hat 100 years ago.. We are modern people , I mean. The picture doesnt reflect us. I am sorry for the criticise I know it is just a sheet and aim is o teach children, but I wanted to make clear, I hope u wont be resent ;)
Great Idea--but I noticed a grammar error on Page 2 posted by
Hi there! Just a suggestion if you ever upload it again--at the top of page 2 it should say "which one you are" not "which one are you". Otherwise, great idea. Whatever helps students forget they´re learning is always helpful.
Thank you all!! posted by
It´s great to see you liked the game!!!! çiğdemmmm: I am form Argentina, and really, the man with my flag isn´t very representative either!!! It´s just a game!! I think the best way to learn a language is using it!! And learn when to use each verb! That´s how I create this worksheet!!! Thank you all!! Alejandra
grammar mistake posted by
nice work, but you should change just the order of the sentence since it isn´t a question..."which one you are" not which one are you...just to make this paper better! XOXO
Congrats! posted by
I used to play the REAL game when I taught primary school children. Now, thanks to you, I can play it with my adult students online. Perfect! (PD: De dónde sacás estas figuritas? CLAP-CLAP-CLAP!)