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American and British English Noun Snap worksheet

 

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American and British English Noun Snap American and British English Noun Snap

This game can only be played with even numbers. If you have a group of odd numbers then you should join in the game to make up the numbers. Print out the cards and laminate. For a game of two players just give them a pack of 1 colour (blue or red) each. Groups of four shouldn’t be a problem. Players put their cards in front of them face down. Players take it in turns to place a card in the middle, word side up – without looking at it first. When the card lands in the centre of the table, all the players should say the word. If a card lands on top of a card that has the same meaning somebody must say “snap!” to win that round. After saying snap, the winner must say a sentence for both words correctly. The winner then takes all the cards in the centre and places them next to their pile. The winner of the game is the last person left with all the cards.

 Level:elementary
Age: +7
 Downloads:44

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Comments:


Krümel
Germany

Just great! Thanks a lot for sharing! ;)         posted by Krümel


EstherLee76
Peru

This is great. Thanks!         posted by EstherLee76
I´m going to add "queue" and "keen on". My students have trouble with those two!


EwelinaEwelina
Japan

         posted by EwelinaEwelina
Great! Thank you!!!


ElenaYZam
Russian Federation

         posted by ElenaYZam
Thanks a lot) Great idea!


ElenaYZam
Russian Federation

         posted by ElenaYZam
Thanks a lot) Great idea!


sarasantos
Portugal

         posted by sarasantos
Thanks a million for sharing such a creative idea! Have a lovely week! :D


ueslteacher
Ukraine

Thank you!         posted by ueslteacher


mo_solbes
Brazil

         posted by mo_solbes
Great Activity! Thanks :)


spinney
United Kingdom

I have them with pictures         posted by spinney
If any of you would like these with pictures, just PM me your email and I´ll pass them on.


yjlangbroek
Netherlands

         posted by yjlangbroek
Thank you so much. This is great.:-)


Maria Linz
Brazil

         posted by Maria Linz
Thanks a lot for sharing. Nice job!
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