Live in / like / play / have

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Do you live in the park?
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.


Each of the cards has a symbol which represents one if the verbs. You can use them for any grammar point. The one above is only an example. I used them for karuta.

Create 2 sets for each group. One set is spread over the table and one is piled up in the center. One student makes a sentence with one of the piled cards and the other students scramble to touch the correct card first. Of course the student touching has to give the correct response otherwise they need to put their card back in the pile.

The winning student should take the ONE card from the pile and leave the matching card on the table. Otherwise the game can get rather violent in the end.

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School textbooks
     Columbus (Grade 1, p47) - "I live in Ichibancho."
vocab:   any,  cute,  have,  how,  kind,  many,  monkey,  of,  of,  pet,  they,  they're,  want,  what    (details)

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